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Accessibility Advisory Committee


The Accessibility Advisory Committee advises and helps the Municipality develop strategies toward a barrier-free Clarington for people with disabilities. The goal is to review Municipal policies, programs and services to make sure they follow provincial accessibility standards. The Committee works to identify, prevent and remove any barriers faced by people with disabilities.

Terms of reference


  • Appointed for the same four-year term of Council. Seven to ten community members.

Frequency of meetings

First Wednesday of every month (or at the call of the Chair) at 6:30 p.m. 


Not applicable

Committee Contact

Accessibility Coordinator
905-623-3379 ext. 2131




The Province proclaimed the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001. It came into force on September 30, 2002. Under the Act, Municipalities must establish or continue to have an accessibility advisory committee. The Committee advises Council on all matters related to its accessibility plan. According to the Act, the majority of the members on the committee must be people with disabilities. Before purchasing, leasing, or constructing a building or structure Council must first ask the committee to evaluate all accessibility related issues.

As a result, the Clarington Accessibility Advisory Committee was established in March 2003, when Report CLD-11-03 was adopted.

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