Regina Accessibility Plan

Update – Recommendations available for review

We have taken your feedback and want to check in that we have accurately heard you. Please review the Summarized Priorities and What We Heard Summary and offer comments in the Question tool below.

The intent of the draft Accessibility Plan is to identify, remove, and prevent barriers to access in City spaces, programs, and services.

Over the past few months, there has been extensive consultation and engagement with residents including people with disabilities, older adults, and their networks of support and care. The resulting plan will provide a framework to advance accessibility in Regina. There are 60+ actions across six service delivery areas:

  1. Transportation

  1. Built Environment

  1. Communication

  1. Employment

  1. Programs, Services, and Financial

  1. Procurement

There will be an in-person consultation on Nov. 8 and a virtual consultation on Nov. 9

Update – Recommendations available for review

We have taken your feedback and want to check in that we have accurately heard you. Please review the Summarized Priorities and What We Heard Summary and offer comments in the Question tool below.

The intent of the draft Accessibility Plan is to identify, remove, and prevent barriers to access in City spaces, programs, and services.

Over the past few months, there has been extensive consultation and engagement with residents including people with disabilities, older adults, and their networks of support and care. The resulting plan will provide a framework to advance accessibility in Regina. There are 60+ actions across six service delivery areas:

  1. Transportation

  1. Built Environment

  1. Communication

  1. Employment

  1. Programs, Services, and Financial

  1. Procurement

There will be an in-person consultation on Nov. 8 and a virtual consultation on Nov. 9

While we are no longer using this forum for asking questions, you can always contact our team through the address noted on the top right of the page.

Have questions about the Accessibility Plan? Ask them here and have them answered by our team.  

  • I do not have a question but want to share a few comments. In general, you have captured the essence of what was said, at least in the consultations I was part of. In the 3 community priorities that emerged, I suggest that older adults need to be with people with disabilities that must be included in decision-making and planning. In the plan recommendations, under Built environment "Improve snow removal on streets and sidewalks, especially in areas leading to bus stops and mail boxes. "Use accessibility audits to develop City of Regina design standards" - does that include building standards?

    Age Friendly Citizen asked 8 months ago

    Thanks so much for this feedback! We will integrate it into our final version of the report. Design standards would cover all City-owned buildings and infrastructure.

  • Sidewalks are terrible all of them

    Darcy asked 8 months ago

    Thanks for this feedback, Darcy! As you'll see, this report recommends improvements to sidewalks.

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