100 John West Way, Aurora, Ontario, Canada, L4G 6J1

 

Accessibility in Aurora

The Town of Aurora is committed to improving the opportunities for persons with a disability, and as such the Town of Aurora has hired an Accessibility Advisor to help plan and implement changes to be in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

We understand that people with disabilities often face barriers in getting the information and services they require and as such, have committed to ensuring that all people of all abilities have equal access.

We will implement policies, practices and procedures focused on reducing and eliminating the barriers to access information, facilities and services for all residents of Aurora.

2014-2021 Accessibility Plan

Town of Aurora’s Accessibility Plan is now available to the public by clicking on the link below or in-person at Aurora Town hall, 2nd Floor, Accessibility Office.
 
The purpose of the Accessibility Plan is to provide a focus for the Town’s initiatives in implementing standards for the provision of services to persons with disabilities. It is also used as a tool to improve the quality of Town programs and services available to people with disabilities.
 

Accessibility

If you require content in an alternate format or communications support, please contact the Town's Accessibility Advisor at 905-727-3123 ext. 4212 or accessibility@aurora.ca
 

Arrow2014-2021 Accessibility Plan pdf

Links to more information:

Arrow Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC)
Arrow Accessibility Feedback Form

Downloads:

Arrow AODA Compliance Report (2013) pdf
Arrow 2012-2013 Accessibility PlanPDF
Arrow 2011-2012 Accessibility Plan PDF
Arrow Annual Accessibility Plan (2010) PDF
Arrow AODA Compliance Report (2010) PDF


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