Travel Accessibility and Inclusion | Visit Mesa

Travel Accessibility & Inclusion

Mesa, Arizona is a destination that prioritizes accessibility and inclusion. Visit Mesa believes that all visitors should explore our city with confidence knowing they are welcomed by a community that prioritizes compassion, kindness and understanding.

The collective efforts of countless hospitality businesses and civic entities make this endeavor possible. Most recently, Mesa was named America’s First Ever Autism Certified City. This bold initiative is a proud expression of the openness that is inherent to Mesa and demonstrates the powerful impact of an entire community coming together to make all travelers feel welcome.

We look forward to welcoming you to Mesa City Limitless®.

Discover Mesa City Limitless®

Learn more about Mesa’s top destinations and plan your trip with helpful accessibility information.

Plan Your Trip

Begin planning your trip to our city with these resources for accessible travel in Mesa, Arizona.

Travel Agents

Travel for All - Travel agency specializing in accessible travel around the world
AAA Arizona - Membership based travel agency that offers service for planning of trips for those with special needs. (Must be a current AAA member for the service)

Air Transportation

TSA Passenger Support - Offering additional assistance during the security screening process
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - All accessibility offerings at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport - Travel resources for Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

Ground Transportation

Valley Metro - Information for accessible public transportation in the Mesa and Phoenix Metropolitan area including bus, light rail, and ride-share
United Access Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles and Equipment - Wheelchair van rentals with airport delivery service
Wheelers of Arizona - Rental van servicing Phoenix Sky Harbor and Mesa Gateway airports

Additional Resources

Autism Travel - Mesa, Arizona is the first Autism Certified City in the United States
City of Mesa - ADA Compliance Information
Mesa Parks and Recreation - Adaptive sports, recreation and social programming offered to youth and adults
COPA Health - A private not-for-profit organization providing educational, therapeutic, rehabilitation and social services to children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities and behavioral health challenges
IBCCES - Visit Mesa is the first Autism Certified City by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards
Arizona State Parks & Trails - Accessibility information for park facilities and trails
Travelability - News blog covering accessible travel
Arizona Freelance Interpreting Services - AFIS offers professional interpreting services by nationally certified and AZ state licensed Interpreters
brettapproved - A travel and entertainment review website for people with physical disabilities or anyone with a mobility challenge
Arizona Autism United (AZA United) - A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping as many families as possible with individualized support.
Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired - An agency providing services so that individuals with vision loss can achieve their full potential
Arizona Disabled Sports - Provides a variety of programs and activities to individuals with disabilities

Every disability has a spectrum and so it’s impossible to be accessible for everyone, but with your help we can certainly make it better in Mesa, Arizona.

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