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®.
Live Life Limitless
The Delta Hotel has partnered with Armani Williams, the first professional driver in NASCAR openly diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Delta invites travelers on the spectrum to discover City Limitless® and fully enjoy all that Mesa has to offer. The Delta is offering the Live Life Limitless package which includes daily breakfast for two, $10 Downtown Mesa gift card, Live Life Limitless Backpack, and a few extra perks!Learn More
Mesa makes travel planning easy for families on the spectrum.
Visit Mesa is the first Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) to be certified in the nation! Visit Mesa along with assistance from the City of Mesa and the Mesa Chamber of Commerce has spearheaded the autism certification effort to lead our city to become the 1st Autism Certified City in the Country!Learn More
Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program
Visit Mesa welcomes travelers of all abilities to explore our city.Learn More
AIRA On Demand Visual Interpreter
As part of Visit Mesa’s on-going mission to ensure Mesa, Ariz. is regarded as one of the nation’s most accessible travel destinations we are launching a partnership with Aira, an on-demand visual interpretation service. The launch of the service will be made available to visitors to Mesa, as well as residents.Learn More
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.