Southwest Middlesex supports the spirit and goals of the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) to make the Province of Ontario accessible by 2025. The Municipality is committed to being responsive to the needs of all its residents and employees. In order to meet the needs of people with disabilities the Municipality will:
- Ensure policies, practices and procedures address dignity, independence, integration and provide for equal opportunity for people with disabilities
- Allow people with disabilities to use their own personal assistive devices to obtain, use or benefit from the services offered by the Municipality
- Strive to meet the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner at a cost no greater than that for people without disabilities
- Accommodate the accessibility needs of people with disabilities to ensure they can obtain, use or benefit from the Municipality's goods, services, programs and facilities
Survey - We want to hear from you!
The County of Middlesex and local municipalities are seeking public feedback on accessible playgrounds. If you are a parent or caregiver to a child with a disability or you yourself have a disability and encounter barriers to participation, we want to hear from you.
Please take a moment to read through the consultation document and then answer a few questions via our survey.
If you wish to make additional comments or require assistance please contact the County's Accessibility Coordinator - Jennifer Cowan, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org /Phone: 519-434-7321
- Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
- Accommodations Policy
- Customer Service Policy
- Joint Accessibility Plan with County of Middlesex municipalities
If a temporary service disruption is planned, the Municipality will give notice of the disruption. Notice will be given by posting the information in a conspicuous place as well as by posting the information on the Municipality's website (Public Notices)
Request Documents in an Alternate Format
The Municipality will provide alternate formats of information and communication that is produced or in direct control of the Municipality. This will be done upon request, in a timely manner and at a cost that is no more than the cost charged for the original format.
The Municipality will accept feedback from members of the public relating to the provision of accessible services provided. When seeking feedback from the public, the Municipality will do their best to provide accessible formats and/or communication supports to members of the public upon request. Please complete the Accessibility Feedback Form below if you wish to let us know how we are doing a good job and to let us know how we can improve to make services and programs more accessible.