OUR NEW LOCATION
250 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024-3208
On Monday, July 18, 2016, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined the D. C. Department on Disability Services in celebrating its relocation to One Independence Square, SW. D.C. Mayor Bowser was joined by Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Brenda Donald; Andrew Reese, Interim Director of the Department on Disability Services; and Jonathan Kayne, Chief Operating Officer for the Department of General Services in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the 100,000 square foot buildout at One Independence Square.
Located in the Independence Square office complex near FEMA, the State
Department, Federal Center Plaza and the National Mall, the new DDS office
space offers people with disabilities a bright welcoming environment where they can learn and receive the supports needed to achieve vibrant and productive lives as contributing members of their communities.
DDS will span three floors in the new building, featuring:
- An open space layout filled with natural light;
- A specially designed entrance immediately off a circular driveway, making drop-offs and pick-ups flow with ease;
- A first-floor Assistive Technology Center; and
- A comfortable waiting area and spacious, inviting meeting and training rooms.
Our new office building is easily accessible by car, bus, and metro. Near several parking garages, the closest metro station is Federal Center SW, via Orange, Blue, and Silver lines. Be sure to use the WMATA Trip Planner or your favorite navigation app to chart your visit.
For more information, call 202-730-1700