Government Municipal Information Accessibility Plan
The purpose of the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 (ODA) was to improve opportunities for people with disabilities and to provide for their involvement in the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to their full participation in life in the province. The ODA mandated that each municipality prepare an annual accessibility plan, with the Township of Terrace Bay’s plan available for viewing.
The following documents are available for download:
- 2010 Accessibility Plan |
- Accessible Customer Service Policy |
- Accessible Customer Service Brochure |
Increasing Website Text
The text on the Terrace Bay website can be increased by either 1) holding down the Ctrl key and moving the scroll wheel to zoom in and out of the page, or by 2) clicking on “View” in the toolbar at the top of the page and selecting “Zoom,” then adjusting the text size to fit your needs. These two methods are recommended instead of using the “Increasing Text Size” function, which would affect the website layout and look less appealing to visitors.
Assistive Devices AT Township Facilities
Audio & Visual
The Library has visual and audio materials available for use; they have formed a partnership with CNIB. The resources available to users are: large print books and magazines, a computer station with a large screen and DAISY Readers for people with visual and/or physical disabilities.
For more information, please contact the Terrace Bay Public Library at (807) 825-3315, Ext: 222.
Service animals are welcome at all Township of Terrace Bay facilities, however “pets” are prohibited under By-Law No.94-04.
Power Assist Doors
Automatic door openers are installed at the Selkirk entrance as well as in the washroom facilities of the Terrace Bay Community Centre.
The Township of Terrace Bay has a “One Person, One Fare Policy.” This policy states that any person attending a municipal recreation facility, program or event, and who is accompanied by a support person, shall be charged only one fare for admission.
A wheelchair accessible viewing platform is in place at the Aguasabon Falls and Gorge.
The following resources are available online:
The Township of Terrace Bay welcomes any comments about the provision of goods or services to people with disabilities.
The Township of Terrace Bay welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Accessibility Working Group:
For more information on Terrace Bay’s Accessibilty Policies, please feel free to contact us at:
P.O. Box 40, 1 Selkirk Avenue, Terrace Bay, Ontario P0T 2W0
T: (807) 825-3315
F: (807) 825-9576