City of Ottawa Municipal Accessibility Plan Consultations

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Provide input on the City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan

The City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan (COMAP) is a requirement under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). It is a five-year plan to identify, remove and prevent accessibility barriers across the organization by committing to specific actions and outcomes aimed at making sure people with disabilities can participate in the City's programs, services, facilities, public spaces, information and communication, and employment.

This plan must be developed and updated in consultation with the community of persons with disabilities.

We want to hear from you!

The current City of Ottawa Municipal Accessibility Plan (COMAP) will expire soon. To create the next COMAP, the City's Accessibility Office will consult with the community of persons with disabilities in several ways:

  • virtual (online) consultations

  • in-person consultations

  • an online survey

  • a community toolkit for those wishing to host a consultation without City staff present

We are seeking your input about disability-related barriers experienced when accessing the City's services, programs, public spaces, information and communication, and employment opportunities.

The information you provide will be used to update the next version of the City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan to remove barriers that impact City residents, visitors and employees with disabilities. This new plan will launch in early 2025.

Provide input on the City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan

The City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan (COMAP) is a requirement under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). It is a five-year plan to identify, remove and prevent accessibility barriers across the organization by committing to specific actions and outcomes aimed at making sure people with disabilities can participate in the City's programs, services, facilities, public spaces, information and communication, and employment.

This plan must be developed and updated in consultation with the community of persons with disabilities.

We want to hear from you!

The current City of Ottawa Municipal Accessibility Plan (COMAP) will expire soon. To create the next COMAP, the City's Accessibility Office will consult with the community of persons with disabilities in several ways:

  • virtual (online) consultations

  • in-person consultations

  • an online survey

  • a community toolkit for those wishing to host a consultation without City staff present

We are seeking your input about disability-related barriers experienced when accessing the City's services, programs, public spaces, information and communication, and employment opportunities.

The information you provide will be used to update the next version of the City of Ottawa's Municipal Accessibility Plan to remove barriers that impact City residents, visitors and employees with disabilities. This new plan will launch in early 2025.

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  • This survey consists of 15 questions and takes approximately 5 to 15 minutes to complete and your participation is voluntary. 

    If you would like to learn more about accessibility at the City of Ottawa, please visit ottawa.ca.

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