The Town's Accessibility Plan is delivered through a Joint Plan in partnership with and under the purview of Grey County. The Town is part of the Grey County Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee.
Members of the Grey County Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee include 50% or more members of the Grey County community who have a disability, as well as non-voting staff representatives from Georgian Bluffs, Grey Highlands, Hanover, Meaford, Southgate, The Blue Mountains and West Grey.
More information about the Grey County Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee can be obtained through Grey County's Clerk's department or by visiting the Grey County website.
The Town's Multi-Year Accessibility Plan is also available for review.
The legislation governing the Town's Accessibility Plan is called the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
BrowseAloud is free software that reads web pages out loud. It can help anyone who has difficulty reading on-line, including people with mild visual impairments, low literacy, English as a second language, or learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.
You can download BrowseAloud from the BrowseAloud website.
Follow the instructions on the download page to install BrowseAloud on your computer.
The Town is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive and barrier-free recruitment and selection process. If your application requires accommodation please contact Human Resources.
Notices of Service Disruptions are provided when facilities, goods, or services are temporarily unavailable.
These notices include:
In the case of an unscheduled disruption, the notice will be posted at the physical location and on the Town's website as soon as practicably possible.
In the case of a scheduled disruption, the municipality will post the notice prior to the disruption, at the physical location and on the Town's website.
The Corporation of the Town of The Blue Mountains is committed to providing quality goods and services that are accessible to all persons. The following Town policies provide additional information.
The Town is committed to creating an accessible online environment, to making its web documents available to everyone and to ensuring that the site meets the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). However, there may be instances where not all content is in an accessible format, such as maps, engineering drawings or legacy information.
Should you need assistance in obtaining an accessible alternative for non-accessible content, please contact the Website Committee.
The Town is committed to providing information in the format that meets your needs. If you require information or documents in an alternate format, please use the form linked below and contact the Clerk's Office.