Accessibility and the Town's Website

Accessibility is an important part of everything the town does and our website is no exception. We're doing as much as we can to make sure that everyone can access the information they need.

We are working toward meeting the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005, requirements as they are introduced between January 1, 2012 and 2025.

Making the website easier for all to use

Using plain language, offering documents in alternate formats, and using appropriate heading tags for content and alternative text tags for images are just some of the ways we're making our website more accessible. 

You may choose to make additional adjustments to the way information is displayed on your computer such as increasing the font size on your screen, changing background colours or having the words on your screen read to you. For more information on how you can make any website easier to use, please visit the my web my way - making the web easier to use section on the BBC website. You may also want to visit the Access Ontario website.

Translate this site into another language:

Use the Google Translate tool, found just below and to the right side of this page (and every web page except the home page), to translate information on our website into more than 50 languages.