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Persons with disabilities make up a significant and increasing portion of our population. About 1.8 million Ontarians have a disability, which makes up about 15.5 percent of the overall population. In the Town, that may represent approximately 10,000 residents.

On June 13, 2005 the Ontario Government introduced the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). Under the legislation, the provincial government has developed mandatory standards that aim to identify, remove and prevent barriers for people with disabilities. The purpose of the act is to make Ontario fully accessible by 2025.

Accessibility at the Town of Caledon

Our Plan
The Town of Caledon has an Accessibility Plan (pdf) covering the years 2013 to 2017. The plan outlines what we are doing - and what we plan to do - to comply with the standards in the Act. Learn more

The Accessibility Advisory Committee
The Accessibility Advisory Committee is a citizen volunteer committee that advises the Mayor and Council on matters related to the identification, removal and prevention of barriers for persons with disabilities. Learn more

Public Notices
When there are planned or unexpected service disruptions that may affect our ability to provide accessible services, we publish notices. View our public notices 



Material on this website is available in an alternate format upon request. To make a request -- or for more information -- please write to or call 905.584.2272 x. 2366.