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Disability Services

Learn more about programs or services that provide accommodations, resources, and support to individuals with disabilities.

Applying for a Placard or Plate?

Disability Placard

Learn more about Disability Placards and apply online. You may also renew or replace an existing Placard.



Disability Placard

Physically Disabled License Plate

You may be eligible for a Physically Disabled License Plate. Learn more about your eligibility and how to apply.



Physically Disabled License Plate

Frequently Asked Questions

No, a Disability Placard is required in order to apply for a Physically Disabled License Plate.

You can expect your disability placard within 20 business days of submitting your application.

To ensure proper delivery, please make sure that you’ve given us your correct mailing address. Also, be sure that you’ve included any apartment numbers, suite numbers, or box numbers in your return mailing address. If you haven’t received your Disability Parking Placard after 20 business days, you’re welcome to call the Disability Parking Permit Desk at (405) 425-2693 to check on the status of your application.

A physician, physician assistant, advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP), osteopathic physician, chiropractor, podiatrist, or optometrist can sign your application.

Are You REAL ID Ready?

Beginning May 7, 2025, a REAL ID compliant Driver License or ID card, or a valid federal identification document (i.e. US Passport) will be required for you to fly within the U.S. or visit a federal facility.

Related Resources

Apply for disability placards and plates, schedule curbside ride pick-ups, view reduced fares on public transit, and book shuttles to destinations and medical facilities in your area.

Learn about financial assistance for children and adults with disabilities, including help with equipment and services, cash assistance for basic needs, tax exemptions, and discounts on vacation lodging.

Learn about services and technology available to make everyday activities easier, including assistive devices, interpreters, and in-home assistance.

Learn about additional support for caregivers, including early intervention programs, cash payment assistance for families, tax laws, and time off for caregivers.

Learn about benefits available to some veterans with disabilities, including the sales tax exemption, state benefits, and the Oklahoma Veterans Registry.

Get help finding or keeping a job, access training opportunities, and learn more about employment services.