Public Input Wanted for City’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan

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The public input is being sought by the City of Kingston to update its Multi-Year Accessibility Plan aimed at enhancing accessibility for all citizens.

“The survey asks about access to City services including our information, customer service counters and transit,” said Julie Salter-Keane, community projects manager, in a city release. “We want to better understand which accessibility improvements people would most like to see in the coming years.”


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Salter-Keane asks that anyone with a disability, as well as their caregivers, advocates and other interested residents and businesses to submit the online survey found at CityofKingston.ca/GetInvolved by Friday, September 15.

The updated plan will cover 2018 to 2022 and build on the City’s first multi-year plan spanning 2013 to 2017, reaffirming the City’s commitment to accessibility. This 2018 to 2022 plan will feature guiding principles and action items to enhance Kingston’s accessibility.

The 2013-2017 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan can be reviewed at CityofKingston.ca/Accessibility.


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