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Outreach & Guidance for Businesses, Appendix to Cumberland Facility and Infrastructure Accessibility Review
Key Accessibility Standards, Appendix to Cumberland Facility and Infrastructure Accessibility Review
SAFERhome Standards: A non-profit, public interest organization, encouraging a safer home environment and a better standard of living for all people through its certified building standards.
Social Planning and Research Council of BC (SPARC BC)
Community Futures Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program: A business loans program that reduces the obstacles that people with disabilities or ongoing health issues may face when looking for financing.
Rick Hansen Foundation: We develop programs and initiatives that raise awareness, change attitudes and remove barriers for people with disabilities in the built environment.
Cumberland Facility and Infrastructure Accessibility Review, December 2016.
Accessibility and Inclusion Committee
The Committee is a committee of Council tasked with making recommendations to Council on
- A strategy to encourage and support owners of existing public and commercial buildings in making accessibility improvements.
- Review of community event manual with recommendations to make events more accessible; and outreach with special event coordinators.
- Consult with emergency planning staff on accessibility.
- Explore and investigate accessible tourism, and parks and trails mapping.
- Recognize businesses and community members who are engaging in efforts to make Cumberland a more inclusive and accessible place to live and visit.
- Matters referred to it by Council.
The Committee may also make recommendation to Village staff on Village facilities, service provision, and other matters upon request. View the Committee’s complete terms of reference.
Meetings are typically held every second month on the third Tuesday at 10:30 am in Council Chambers, 2675 Dunsmuir Avenue, next to the Fire Hall.
Judy Norbury, Vice-chair
Councillor Vickey Brown