Marshal’s Office of the Podkarpackie Region (abbreviated as the Office) undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4th April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. Accessibility statement applies to Regional Innovation Strategy.

Status in terms of compliance with the law

The website is partially compliant with of the Act of 4th April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. Inconsistencies and exclusions are listed below:


Translated with (free version)Preparation of the accessibility statement

The statement was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by a public entity.

Standard keyboard shortcuts can be used on the website:

Links that open in new browser windows have an appropriate description.

Telephone numbers in the form of links make it easier to contact using mobile devices.

Feedback and contact information

Everyone has a right to:

The request must contain:

The application should be considered immediately, within 7 days at the latest. If it is not possible to ensure access within this period or to provide access in an alternative form, it should take place no later than 2 months from the date of notification.

Complaints and appeals:

Failure to meet these deadlines and refusal to fulfill the request may be submitted to the supervisory authority by post or e-mail to the following address:

You can also submit a complaint to a Commissioner for Human Rights.

Architectural accessibility

The Marshal’s Office of the Podkarpackie Region in Rzeszów is located in the headquarters:

The buildings where the offices of the Marshal’s Office of the Podkarpackie Region in Rzeszów are located:

The main building of the Office – Aleja Łukasza Cieplińskiego 4 in Rzeszów

The building at Aleja Łukasza Cieplińskiego houses:

The location of the building in the center of Rzeszów enables access by public transport or the use of public car parks, a parking zone with dedicated spaces for people with disabilities.

The entrance of the Office by Aleja Piłsudskiego can be reached by bus lines 2, 3, 7, 14, 30, 33, 34, 36, and by Aleja Cieplińskiego by bus lines: 0, 2, 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 23, 26, 28, 30, 34, 35, 36, 38, 45, 58, 59.

The main entrance to the building is located by Aleja Łukasza Cieplińskiego, which is properly paved and has appropriate width (marked as A). Entrance B is located in the back of the building.

Entrances to the building are located at a sidewalk level, providing easy access by wheelchair, baby carriage or when carrying a travel luggage.

Doors to the Office are opening automatically.

Behind the main automatic door there is a vestibule with sufficient maneuvering space. Straight, there is a glazed door with a handle and a self-closing device, opened outwards, leading to the main hall. The door is within sight of the receptionist who can help the person entering.

In the car park from Aleja Łukasza Cieplińskiego there are designated and marked parking spaces for the disabled.

The street curbs were made as embedded, enabling entry by wheelchairs, baby carriage or with travel luggage.

  1. In the main hall, the reception is located to the left of the main entrance. For assistance, please contact the receptionist.
  2. On the left side of the reception there is a Client Service Point intended for all people, in particular those with diverse needs.
  3. The General Office is located on the left side of the main entrance, behind the reception.
  4. On the right side of the entrance there is an information board with the layout of the rooms in the Office and an infomat showing the location of important points in the hall.
  5. The corridors in the building allow people in wheelchairs to move freely. The surfaces of internal stairs and passageways are made of materials that do not pose a risk of slipping.
  6. The building has two elevators with a hands-free, visual and Braille system, adapted to transport people with mobility difficulties.
  7. Toilets suitable for people with disabilities are located on each floor of the building.
  8. A person with a disability can get to the higher level of ground floor by electric powered platforms installed by the stairs on the lower level ground floor in the hall.
  9. Access is provided for a disabled person with an assistance dog and a guide dog to the building and all its rooms.
  10. There is an induction loop in the hall by the reception.
  11. The conference room has an IR system to support hearing with headphones.
  12. There is an evacuation chair in the building.
  13. There are no Braille signs in the building (except for the elevators) and no high-contrast or large-print signage for the blind and visually impaired.
  14. There is no information about the layout of the elements in the way of handling or voice in the building.

    Additional information about the architectural and information and communication services of another location of the Office (author – Piotr Pernak, architectural and information and communication coordinator, phone: 17 747 63 24):