Yamhill Circuit Court
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Yamhill Circuit Court
535 NE 5th Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Hours: Monday through Friday (excluding legal holidays)
From 8:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Email: ADA Coordinator
Phone Number: 503.434.7496
Fax Number: 503.435.3062
Oregon Relay Service: 711
How to Request Reasonable Accommodations Under ADA
If you need an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please fill out the Request for Accommodations and Response form and submit it within four (4) judicial days in advance of your proceeding (UTCR 7.060 (1)). This can be submitted by mail, personal delivery or fax. Some accommodations take more time than others to arrange, so please provide as much details about your case and the accommodation you are seeking with your contact information. Accommodations include equipment and/or assistance that will enable the person with disabilities to have full access to activities at the court. If you require assistance in completing the form or require the form in an alternative format, please contact the ADA Coordinator.
Once we receive your request, we will review it and contact you if we need more information. We will treat your request seriously and make every effort to provide an accommodation where it is needed and necessary, however, a request may be denied if:
- The applicant is not a qualified individual with a disability under the ADA.
- The requested ADA accommodations would create an undue financial or administrative burden on the court, as defined by the ADA
- The request fundamentally alters the nature of the services provided by the court, as defined by the ADA.
Filing a Complaint
ADA Complaint: If you feel you have been discriminated on the basis of a disability, you may file an ADA complaint with the court or division. OJD ADA Complaint forms - printable Word OR fillable PDF.
Court Language Access Complaint: If you feel you were denied appropriate language access to Oregon Judicial Department Services, please fill out the Online Complaint Form
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