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- Contact MnDOT Customer Relations with your questions, comments or concerns. Submit questions or comments
- Call the Information Center M-F, 8 - 4:30. 651-296-3000 or 800-657-3774 (toll-free from Greater Minnesota)
NOTE: If you have an emergency condition to report, please call 911.
MnDOT communication channels
|Accessibility||Constituents with accessibility concerns or conflicts related to ADA may submit an ADA complaint.||Title II Coordinator
ADA Complaint Form
|Civil Rights||Constituents who feel they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or income status in any and all programs, activities, or services administered by MnDOT may file a Title VI Complaint.||Jonica Carr
|Government Affairs||Constituents with conflicts where the overriding issue is political or legislative in nature may work with Government Affairs to address their issue with MnDOT; any issue brought to MnDOT via a legislator, elected official or legislative staff should, at the very least, notify Government Affairs of the contact.||Jennifer Witt
|Ombudsman||Constituents with conflicts with MnDOT may work informally with the Ombudsman. The Ombudsman is an independent, informal, and impartial function of the Commissioner’s Office. If issues remain unresolved after the respective MnDOT offices have had an opportunity to respond, the Ombudsman may able to assist upon being invited by the public or MnDOT to further explore resolution options.||Jim Skoog
Other ways to reach us
- Visit our headquarters
- Statewide media contacts
- Contact our top staff
- Minnesota government employee directories
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