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Accessibility

​​​​​​​​​​​​Approximately 1 in 7 people in Ontario has a disability, which equates to almost 2 million people. By 2036, these numbers are projected to increase to 1 in 5. ​​​​Anyone can have a disability, and the type of disability can range significantly such as the need for glasses or reliance on a mobility device.

Ontarians with Disabilities Act (ODA)​

Learn about the ODA and the Province of Ontario's plans for an accessible Ontario by 2025. ​
​Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)​

Learn about the accessibility standards required under the AODA. 

​Ontario Building Code​


Find out about accessible requirements in the Ontario Building Code.​ ​

Ontario Human Rights Code​


See how the Human Rights Code impacts accessibility. 
​What qualifies as a disability? ​


See a list of items that qualify as a disability as set by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). 
Accessibility Friendly Awareness Program​

This program was developed by the Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) to aid business in King to be more accessible. Visit our page to learn more. 
​Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC)​

Find out more about the ACC including what they do, current members, and upcoming meetings. 
Accessible Customer Service Feedback​

Have feedback about accessibility in King Township? We want to hear from you. ​
​​Accessibility Resources​


Find a list of accessibility plans, AODA compliance reports, AAC information, or accessible policies and procedures. 
​Accessibility and Inclusion in King 

Read more about what the Township is doing to ensure King is an accessible and incl​usive community​ and how the Township is working towards accessibility in all aspects of service. ​​ ​ ​