Whitby Accessibility Community Survey

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Between March 14 and April 25, the Town is running two short surveys to seek community feedback on accessibility. The first survey, available now, is all about accessing Town programs and infrastructure. The second, launching March 28 is all about your experience getting around Town.

Whether you or a family member living with a disability, you navigate Town facilities with a stroller, live with an invisible disability, or are experiencing a temporary mobility issue (like a broken bone) we want to know - how accessible is your Whitby?

Get Involved

Complete the surveys between now and April 25 to have your say about your experience navigating the Town of Whitby.

Why It Matters

To collect data on accessibility and ensure the Town is an inclusive environment where all residents, visitors and employees have equal access to programs, services, facilities and amenities.

What’s Next

The Town will collect community feedback so it can be brought forward to Council later this year.

If you are having difficulty accessing any of this information, please get in touch with Michele Cotton by email at accessbility@whitby.ca.

Between March 14 and April 25, the Town is running two short surveys to seek community feedback on accessibility. The first survey, available now, is all about accessing Town programs and infrastructure. The second, launching March 28 is all about your experience getting around Town.

Whether you or a family member living with a disability, you navigate Town facilities with a stroller, live with an invisible disability, or are experiencing a temporary mobility issue (like a broken bone) we want to know - how accessible is your Whitby?

Get Involved

Complete the surveys between now and April 25 to have your say about your experience navigating the Town of Whitby.

Why It Matters

To collect data on accessibility and ensure the Town is an inclusive environment where all residents, visitors and employees have equal access to programs, services, facilities and amenities.

What’s Next

The Town will collect community feedback so it can be brought forward to Council later this year.

If you are having difficulty accessing any of this information, please get in touch with Michele Cotton by email at accessbility@whitby.ca.

  • The Town strives to deliver an inclusive and welcoming environment for all community members and visitors. This includes understanding the challenges and needs of the community in terms of accessibility. 

    Your feedback will help us better understand what barriers residents may face when accessing both Town programs and infrastructure so we can work to eliminate barriers and make improvements as we work to build a more welcoming, accessible and inclusive community.

    The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. It is voluntary and your answers will remain anonymous.

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  • The Town of Whitby values Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism. This includes understanding the challenges and needs of the community in terms of accessibility. 

    Your feedback will help us better understand what barriers residents may face when accessing both Town programs and infrastructure so we can work to eliminate barriers and make improvements as we work to build a more welcoming, accessible and inclusive community.

    The survey was developed in consultation with the Town's Accessibility Committee and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

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