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"Focus not on the differences of people with disabilities, but the talent of the individual."

The Town of Gravenhurst is working towards becoming a fully accessible Town and offering accessible services and programs by removing and preventing barriers that could hold back any member of the public from participating in community life.

The Province of Ontario developed accessibility standards for all private, voluntary and not-for-profit organizations. To review the legislation and standards: 

The Town is committed in providing you with quality service that can be accessible by all.  View our Customer Service Policy and Integrated Accessibility Standards Policy.

We are always looking to improve and welcome feedback from our community. Complete an Accessibility Feedback Form if you have ideas on how we can serve you better.

For more info, select one of the topics below:

Our website is fully accessible;

Website users unable to access info on our website can contact us during our regular business hours.

Note: The Town can't guarantee the accessibility of third-party website documents or links.

To help the Town make Ontario accessible by 2025, Council has created a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan which lays out phased projects that remove barriers, address current and future requirements of the accessible regulations (AODA).

View the 2020-2025 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan in PDF Format.

Every year the Town is required to provide a status report to show the progress of actions taken to put in place the items included in the Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

View the 2022 Annual Accessibility Status Report in PDF Format.

Town Council receives advice from the Accessibility Advisory Committee about the implementation and effectiveness of the Town's accessibility plan.

View our Town's Accessibility Advisory Committee Page for more info on the Membership, Meeting Schedule, Work Plans, Terms of Reference, etc.

Visit our Council Calendar to view meeting schedules, agendas and minutes.

For information on District Wide initiatives, visit the District of Muskoka's Accessibility page.

If you are in need of an assistive device or have a device that is no longer needed, Independent Living Services hosts an Assistive Device Exchange Program. Note: Equipment is not inspected.

For more information please visit the website or contact Independent Living Services at 705-737-3263 or by visiting their Website.

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