Municipal Accessibility Plans
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in conjunction with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act mandates that all Municipalities with a population of 10,000 or greater complete an Annual Municipal Accessibility Plan (MAP). This plan must illustrate how the municipality intends to increase accessibility surrounding its goods and services.
Brantford's Municipal Accessibility Plans (MAP) include three (3) main elements. The Operational Review outlines improvements made by each City department, as well as their plans for improvements in the upcoming year. The Corporate Wide Action Goals outline improvements that affect the entire Corporation. These are either planned, have been completed, or are proposed for the future. Lastly, the Capital Plan indicates a priority listing of City owned, operated or leased facilities in need of modifications that would increase accessibility. The priorities in this list are chosen based on public access, public use and current accessibility. As it may be necessary to revise the priority due to changing circumstances, this list is reviewed frequently by the Brantford Accessibility Advisory Committee.
Brantford has been completing Municipal Accessibility Plans (MAP) since 2005. Each MAP can be viewed by clicking the links below.
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