Accessibility is the Ability to Access, and everyone has that right.
We are committed to meeting accessibility needs for people in a timely manner so that everyone may have equal access to Town programs, goods, services, and facilities in a way that respects their dignity and independence.
Any information can be provided in an Accessible alternate format upon request. We encourage feedback from individuals and will ensure, as much as possible, that the communication process will be carried out in an accessible manner that will meet the needs of the individual.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, AODA, is provincial legislation that was enacted into law in 2005. Under the AODA, all private, public, and non-profit organizations are legally obligated to comply with Customer Service and Integrated Accessibility Standard Regulation.
For more information on the AODA and the regulations, please click here.