The City of Kingston and the municipal accessibility advisory committee are seeking nominations for the Celebrating Accessibility Awards.
If you know a person or organization that is making Kingston more accessible, you can nominate them on the City of Kingston website.
The awards this year feature the following categories: education, employment, recreation, customer service, built environment, volunteer, youth and other.
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Nominations must be made by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1st and the chosen recipients will be awarded at a City Hall ceremony on Thursday, November 30th.
“We want to emphasize the many different ways people, businesses and organizations are making efforts to improve accessibility across our community,” said community projects manager, Julie Salter-Keane, in a release. “The Celebrating Accessibility Awards recognize those going above and beyond legislated requirements to make really positive impacts in the lives of Kingstonians.”
The Celebrating Accessibility Awards recognize a person, group or organization that has made or is making a significant contribution towards improving access for persons with disabilities in Kingston.
Find out more information about this and other awards at CityofKingston.ca/Awards.