City of Sarnia 2017-2020 Accessibility Plan
As part of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities ACT (AODA), municipalities with 50 or more employees must create a written multi-year accessibility plan, and update them at least once every five years. An accessibility plan outlines what steps a municipality will take to prevent and remove barriers to accessibility and when it will do so.
The City of Sarnia Multi-Year Accessibility Plan is designed to complement and to be an extension of past plans and accessibility updates. It will be implemented within the provisions mandated by the AODA and the Integrated Accessibility Standard Regulation (IASR); specifically under the Customer Service, Information and Communication, Transportation, Employment, and Design of Public Spaces Standards.
This document also includes strategies that are not directed by the standards but will make the City of Sarnia more accessible to all its citizens and visitors. Furthermore, the strategies within this document will ensure that accessibility is at a high standard for all programs, services, facilities, and outdoor spaces.
This plan will be reviewed once every two years to coincide with the Sarnia Accessibility Advisory Committee (SAAC) term and will be made public via the City of Sarnia website.
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This page was reviewed or revised on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 11:00 AM