Accessibility Information

Website: Navigation

It is recommended that you use the navigation toolbars provided to move around this site. The navigation gives you access to all the sections and subsections that are available from the home page.

Website: Accessibility 

To expand accessibility, NYPA offers a text only version of this website at:

This Website is in compliance with the Accessibility of Web-based Information and Applications, published by this agency:

If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility of any part of this Website please contact us via email at

Website: External Links

We may provide links to other external web sites. These links are provided for your convenience and do not in any way constitute an endorsement of the software or companies, as noted in our disclaimer. Sometimes external page links provided are moved or removed, creating a broken link. If you think you have discovered a broken link on our Website please notify us at

Website: Documents in Other Formats

Documents can be found in our Document Library and on related web pages and sections. If you require a document in a different file format than we currently provide, you can request it from us and we will try to accommodate you. Free viewers are also available for many of the file types used. If you are having trouble viewing any of the above file types you may need to install additional software:

Adobe PDF files: Adobe Reader

NYPA Facilities: Accessibility/Reasonable Accommodation Information

The New York Power Authority is committed to ensuring that it’s public facilities are accessible to and usable by individuals of all abilities. Wheelchairs and Electric personal assistive mobility devices may be used at our public facilities. The use of a service animal by an individual with a disability is welcome wherever the general public is permitted, provided the service animal is under its handler’s control at all times and does not pose a danger to the public. For questions on the use of service animals and/or personal assistive mobility devices and to submit a reasonable accommodation request, or for general questions, suggestions or comments about accessibility at NYPA’s public facilities, please contact NYPA via email at or call (914) 681-6242. We also strongly recommend that you contact each facility in advance of your visit to understand what you can expect and how best to make your experience positive.