This Section 504 Web site is part of HUD's effort to help ensure that its programs are accessible to everyone. As part of this effort, we seek to make information available concerning Section 504: its requirements, the rights it gives persons with disabilities, and how the law protects those rights.
For further information on the coverage for persons with disabilities and the responsibilities and roles of HUD recipients, please review the following information. Documents not currently available online may be obtained from HUD's Direct Distribution System.
- The Rehabilitation Act - Key Provisions
- Housing Discrimination Complaint Form 903
- Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards
- Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards Checklist (Section 504)
- Fair Housing Act
- Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines (56 Federal Register 9472-9515, March 6, 1991, as corrected in the Federal Register on June 24, 1991 and November 5, 1991)
- Supplemental Notice to Fair Housing Accessibility Guidelines: Questions and Answers About the Guidelines (59 Federal Register 33362-33368, June 28, 1994)
- Fair Housing Booklet, ?Equal Opportunity for All Booklet?
- HUD Notice PIH 2003-31 (HA), Accessibility Notice: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of1973
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
- Architectural Barriers Act of1968
- Section 504 Federally Assisted Programs Regulation [24 CFR Part 8]
- Section 504 Federally Conducted Programs Regulation [24 CFR Part 9]
- 24 CFR 100 et seq., HUD regulations Implementing the Fair Housing Act