We are dedicated to making the NRPA Annual Conference a respectful, safe and inclusive experience for everyone.


The NRPA Annual Conference is ADA friendly. If you have accessibility or special modification needs, please let us know in advance. For onsite assistance, please visit the hospitality and accessibility kiosk on Lower-Level Lobby of the Phoenix Convention Center North Building.

Food Modifications

NRPA strives to create a safe and inclusive conference for all attendees. In order for us to better accommodate everyone, we include a question about food allergies, religious, and/or dietary preferences in our registration process. The answers help guide our selected food options.

Restroom Policy

You are welcome to use the restroom where you're most comfortable. All gender restrooms and single-occupancy restrooms will also be available.

Mother's Room

The mother's room provides a private place to pump or breastfeed. NRPA is pleased to share that the Phoenix Convention Center has two (2) Mamava Lactation Pods within the North and West Buildings, where NRPA will be hosting education sessions and meetings. 

  • One (1) in the West Building located in the West Atrium on street level, right across from the West Building's Information Desk
  • One (1) in the North Building 200 Level 

These Lactation Pods may be located and accessed through the Mamava App

Meditation Room

North Room 122C
The meditation room is a peaceful space to refresh and refocus. Yoga mats will be provided. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.

Quiet Room

North Room 122B
The quiet room is a calm space where all conference attendees can spend time away from the noise, lights and other stimuli around a busy convention center. Comfortable, individual seating areas will be provided. The quiet room is not available for conversations or meetings. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.

Prayer Room

North Room 122A
The prayer room is a welcoming space providing an open atmosphere for all attendees to have a place to practice and express religious and spiritual beliefs. Technology devices, such as cell phones and laptops, are not permitted.