MARMORA AND LAKE ACCESSIBILITY COMMITTEE
Marmora and Lake has an active Accessibility Advisory Committee, which embraces the goals of the “Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act”. The Accessibility Committee strives to develop, implement and enforce accessibility standards to achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities with respect to goods, services, facilities, accommodations, employment and buildings. The goal of this committee is to provide universal access for all people, including all ages and abilities, an overall functional environment, which will benefit everyone and offer equal opportunity to employment, community services and volunteer experiences.
Please take the time to evaluate the accessible customer service you have received within the Municipality of Marmora and Lake. Click here for our customer service feedback form or call the Municipal Office 613-472-2629
VIEW THE MARMORA AND LAKE ACCESSIBILITY PLAN & CUSTOMER SERVICE STANDARD
Click here to view the Marmora and Lake Accessibility Plan! This plan outlines accomplishments and future goals. It also includes the mandatory AODA customer service standard.
VIEW OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS!
2011/2012 seccured $65,000 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation towards accessibility improvements to the Marmora Curling Club!
Marmora and Lake has recently submitted the 2010 Customer Service Standard Compliance Report. To access the report click here.
Marmora and Lake encourages a Scent-Free environment. Click here for more details!
In 2009 funding was secured from the Ontario Trillium Foundation with $50000.00 contributed towards accessibility improvements to the Arena/Community Centre, Deloro Community Centre and Town Hall.
Memorial Park and the Tourist Information Centre is barrier free and meets accessibility standards. The park trail and picnic areas will accommodate wheelchairs and are well maintained. Memorial Park showcases Marmora and Lake’s commitment to increasing accessibility standards within the community.
There are various disabled parking spots located throughout the community.
The Dr Crawford Memorial Arena/Community Centre is equipped with a lift to help transport people to the second floor so they can participate in the various community events that take place at this venue.
Currently the Municipality of Marmora and Lake is striving to make all municipal buildings accessible to the public to improve customer service and to meet the requirements of the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service as specified by the province of Ontario.
Check out www.AccessON.ca to see what you can do to make your business, organization, or community more welcoming to people of all abilities.