The Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and continues to search for ways to better accommodate all visitors. Concourses are designed with wheelchair ramps, automatic doors, passenger elevators and handicap-accessible restroom facilities.
Exterior Accessibility Map
Interior Accessibility Map
For more information on auxiliary aids or the LVCC Assistive Listening System, you may contact the Las Vegas Convention Center ADA Coordinator at 702-892-0711.
Nevada Relay Service
Voice: 1-800-326-6888 or Dial 711
TTY (text phone): 1-800-326-6888 or Dial 711
Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD)
TDDs are permanently installed at various pay phone locations throughout the LVCC. Directional signs are posted at every bank of pay phones.
Volume Control Pay Phones
Volume control pay phones are available at every bank of permanent pay phones which allows for increasing volume on the handset.
The LVCC features Braille signage throughout the facility and an open floor plan for ease of access. If you have any questions or need further information, please contact the Las Vegas Convention Center ADA Coordinator at 702-892-0711.
All parking at the LVCC is available on a first come, first served basis, including handicap-accessible parking. Parking spaces for the disabled are available for both regular vehicles and vans at the LVCC for properly identified vehicles. Out-of-state dash placards are recognized or temporary disabled parking permits may be obtained through the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Contact the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles in advance for an application at DMV Special Plates 775-684-4750 or review its Disabled Parking Laws for more information.
Segways and other self-balancing motorized transports are not permitted to operate in the exhibit areas Tuesday, January 22 – Thursday, January 24, 2013. If you are disabled and require assisted mobility to move around the Show floor, please see the Wheelchairs and Scooters section below for information on motorized scooters.
Properly harnessed and trained service animals are permitted on the premises of the LVCC. If you have any questions or need further information, please contact the Las Vegas Convention Center ADA Coordinator at 702-892-0711.
Wheelchairs and Scooters
The LVCC has wheelchairs for emergency use only. Arrangements to rent a wheelchair or a motorized scooter can be made through Scootaround Inc. This is a high demand service, and advance reservations are required. Reserved equipment can be picked up at the Convention Center or can be delivered to your hotel.