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Disabled Road Signs

Disabled Road SignsWhat are Disabled Road Signs?

A disabled road sign is designed to draw awareness to drivers that a person with a disability resides in the area and may not react in an expected manner within a residential neighbourhood.

What does the sign look like?

The Disabled Road Sign includes the universally recognized Disability Symbol at the top, with tabs identifying the more specific condition(s) of the individual(s) in the area.  An example of the sign is illustrated to the right of this page.

Who can apply for a Disabled Road Sign?

The Disabled Road Sign is available to individuals (child, children, and/or an adult) with autism, or who have a visual, hearing, or mobility impairment.  There are no costs associated with the sign.

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For information or assistance, please contact Legislative Services at  905.584.2272 x. 4023.