The Department of Revenue is committed to making our websites and online services accessible to people of all abilities. To help reach this goal, we:
- Have adopted an agency accessibility policy.
Do our best to meet the standards in the:
W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
(WCAG 2.0, Level AA, and where possible, WCAG 2.1).
- Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Washington State Office of the Chief Information Office (OCIO) Policy 188.
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
- Regularly review our progress and make improvements
If you find an accessibility issue on a Revenue website or need materials in an alternate format, please contact us. When describing a website accessibility issue, please include as much detail as possible so we can help you better.
What is web accessibility?
Web accessibility allows people with disabilities to get the same information, do the same tasks, and enjoy the same services as people without disabilities. It is essential for people with disabilities, and helpful for everyone. To learn more, visit the Web Accessibility Initiative’s Introduction to Web Accessibility.