Accessibility Statement

The State of Colorado is committed to providing equitable access to our services to all Coloradans. Our ongoing accessibility effort works towards being in line with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.2, levels A and AA criteria. These guidelines not only help make web content accessible to users with sensory, cognitive, and mobility disabilities but ultimately to all users, regardless of ability. This website is just part of a meaningful change in making all State of Colorado services inclusive and accessible. We welcome comments on how to improve this site’s accessibility for users with disabilities.

We are committed to providing access to all individuals—with or without disabilities—seeking information on our site. This site was built and is maintained to conform to WCAG 2.2 standards, as required by Colorado HB21-2110.

The Communications Plan outlines how the Agency will communicate internally and externally about the accessibility improvements. 

Communications Plan

The Project Plan is a collection of individual plans intended to address and drive aspects of the project that are critical to success. The Project Manager should develop the Project Plan in cooperation with project sponsors and team members, and review key components of the plan with the Steering Committee for understanding and agreement.

Project Plan

The Project Charter sets the course for a project by ensuring stakeholders and project team members share an understanding of the need for the project, roles, early known milestones, financial needs, and constraints.

Project Charter

Additional Resources

Access for the Visually and Hearing Impaired: Dial 711 or (800) 659-3656 to reach Relay Colorado. Relay Colorado is a free service that provides full telephone access to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, or speech-disabled.

Aira: Free for up to 30 minutes per session. The State of Colorado is excited to offer a new service for blind and low-vision Coloradans through a partnership with Aira, an app that provides live, on-demand visual interpreting through human-to-human assistance. Coloradans get free access for up to 30 minutes per session while navigating state locations and digital services, reducing barriers to services and creating a more welcoming Colorado for all. To learn more about Aira, including frequently asked questions about the service, visit the Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) Aira webpage.

Request Assistance or Report a Problem

Please let us know if you need assistance with any of our digital products or services by using the form below. This form is routed to the DMVA webmaster, who will respond to your request as soon as possible during normal business hours.  If you notice an accessibility issue, we also invite you to let us know on the form below.