Oakland For All For more information about the Oakland For All program please call:
Oakland Business Improvement District 412.683.6243 or
Oakland Transportation Management Association 412.687.4505


Business Champions


With funding provided by the FISA Foundation (http://fisafoundation.org), the Oakland Business Improvement District (OBID) is able to offer a limited number of consultations to its member businesses. The consultation will be provided by our resident ADA expert Joan Stein, President of Stein Consulting, LLC. Joan Stein can be contact at jwstein0731@gmail.com

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Additional Property Owners Incentives

  1. ADA: Tax Incentives Packet
  2. Tax Benefits for Businesses Who Have Employees with Disabilities
  3. The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh ‘The Storefront Renovation Program

ADA 30th Anniversary Events:

Thirty years after the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 2020 marks an important milestone in the ongoing efforts to remove barriers and empower people with of all abilities. In honor of this important occasion, we are proud to be hosting several events in July 2020 to help continue our fight for the full extension of rights to the disabilities community across civic, social, and economic life. Check out all the events we have scheduled in July.

July 24 Virtual Town Hall & Discussion

This year's events include a Virtual Town Hall & Discussion on July 24 to review the state of ADA in our region along with leadership, policymakers, and stakeholders; a week-long opportunity to view the ReelAbilities Film Festival (seven short films created entirely by people living with intellectual disabilities) in partnership with Film Pittsburgh; and a Virtual Happy Hour to give community members and advocates an opportunity to make connections, share experiences, and discuss the films.

July 22-29 Film Festival: ReelAbilities

Details and event registration information can be found at the links above.

Thank you to this year's event sponsors and partners including FISA Foundation, Film Pittsburgh, and Facture.


Past events:

Oakland For All's annual programming includes a history of community events like our annual Ramp Crawl in Oakland designed to raise awareness of the ongoing need for accessibility and equity in our communities while building stronger ties with the community through the age-old tradition of a pub crawl. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we will be will not be assembling in Schenley Park this year, but are continuing the event's tradition virtually by bringing us together on July 24th and 25th for the Virtual Town Hall and Virtual Happy Hour.

Recap last year's Ramp Crawl event here.