Accessibility Plan

Accessibility Plan

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (A.O.D.A.) requires demonstrated action to reduce and remove barriers, not just planning. It will also provide a clear vision with tangible standards to measure results. This will ultimately ensure improved opportunities for persons with disabilities and to provide for their involvement in the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to their full participation in the life of the province.

To this end, the A.O.D.A. mandates that each municipality prepare an annual accessibility plan ensuring progress and obtaining mandatory standards thus moving towards an accessible Ontario.

This is a joint plan prepared by the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) of the County of Perth and Member Municipalities. The report describes the measures/achievements over the past reporting period, and the measures that each member municipality will take during the current reporting period, to identify, remove and prevent barriers to people with disabilities who use the facilities and services, including Councils, staff, contract workers, contractors and members of the community.

This plan covers all the member municipal corporations within the County of Perth.
Operated within these municipalities are recreation/culture, fire, planning and development, emergency management and public works services.

Click here to view the complete County of Perth Joint Accessibility Plan.

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Corporate Accessibility Policy & Procedures - Policy Number  01-2014 manual - Township of Perth South
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