The Town of Stouffville is committed to creating an inclusive community. We aim to remove barriers and provide equal opportunity for everyone in our community to access our programs, services and facilities.
We are always looking for ways to make our community more accessible and welcome your input. You can also contact us by email at email@example.com or phone at 905-640-1900 or 1-855-642-8696.
Stouffville Town Hall>
111 Sandford Drive,
Stouffville Ontario, L4A O8Z
We will notify you if there is a planned or unplanned disruption to Town services that might affect accessibility. We post notices in the applicable service area and on our website, as well as through other methods depending on the circumstance.
Multi-Year Accessibility Plan>
Our Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (MYAP) aligns with the goals in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) to identify, remove and prevent barriers that restrict opportunities for people with disabilities. It describes our plans to identify and remove these barriers for all Town facilities and services. The plan also outlines the progress we’ve made over the past years and sets a course for the future.
We developed the MYAP and status reports with input from staff, the Accessibility Advisory Committee and the public.
The federal and provincial governments enforce the following accessibility legislation to remove barriers to disabilities and make Ontario completely accessible by 2025.
- Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005
- Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations, 2016
- Building Code Act, 1992
- Ontario Human Rights Code, 1990
We are dedicated to ensuring that our website and its content meet the requirements set out under the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). To ensure our website and content are accessible, we check our content regularly and receive training on how to create accessible digital documents.
Accessibility awareness events>
Explore the accessibility awareness events that take place across Canada.
National AccessAbility Week
National AccessAbility Week takes place every year on the last Sunday of May and is a time to recognize and celebrate the:
- Valuable contributions of Canadians with disabilities
- Efforts of individuals, communities, and workplaces to actively remove barriers to accessibility and inclusion
Easter Seals – Red Shirt Day
Red Shirt Day (of Action for Accessibility and Inclusion) takes place on the Wednesday of National AccessAbility Week each year. On this day, people across Canada wear red to:
- Show their support for people who are living with disabilities
- Celebrate the achievements of people living with disabilities
- Pledge their commitment to help create a fully accessible and inclusive society
More programs and services>
View more accessibility programs and services offered by the following organizations: