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 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

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