Stratford residents are being asked to voice how accessible the Festival City is and what changes, if needed, could improve accessibility.
The City of Stratford is updating its multi-year accessibility plan (MYAP) and has opened a survey on EngageStratford to hear from the public.
The short survey asks how accessible the city is overall and if there are any barriers to City-led programs or activities, among other things.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) set five key standards for an accessibility plan: information and communication, employment, transportation, design of public spaces, and customer service.
These standards are used to identify barriers of accessibility and create an inclusive city.
Feedback from the public will help develop the upcoming MYAP. The survey is available here and will be until the end of the month.