Clearview Township is committed to ensuring that Township business, services and facilities are managed and designed to actively assist in removing barriers for persons with disabilities.
This mandate was started through the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) which mandated private, public and non-profit organizations to provide accessible access to goods and services, buildings and facilities, structures and premises, workplaces and accommodations.
A variety of policies, procedures and guides have been developed to regulate accessibility requirements in the Township. Please refer to the related documents section of this page for more information.
Clearview Accessibility Advisory Committee
The Clearview Accessibility Advisory Committee is focused on raising community awareness of all disabilities and identifying issues that will lead to the elimination of the barriers for persons with disabilities. To accomplish this, the committee contributes to the development of Township policies, procedures and initiatives by providing their input and expertise.
To learn more about the Committee, please view the Clearview Accessibility Advisory Committee page.
Clearview Township actively aims to provide quality information through the website to everyone in the community. To assist, the Township has added the BrowseAloud accessibility service to the website. The service is accessed through clicking on the BrowseAloud button located at the top of each page under the Accessibility heading.
Clearview Township welcomes and encourages public input as it helps identify areas where changes need to be considered and ways to improve the delivery of accessible services. Feedback may be provided by telephone, in person, in writing, by email or by filling out the Accessibility Customer Feedback Form.