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Seguin Township is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for people of all ages and abilities.  In doing so, we recognize the diverse needs of our community and strive to provide services and facilities that are accessible for everyone.  Seguin Township promotes accessibility through the development of its policies, procedures and practices that are consistent with the core principles of integration, independence, dignity and equal opportunity for persons with disabilities. 

Currently there are two accessibility legislations in Ontario. The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act, 2005 (AODA) and the Ontarians with Disability Act, 2001 (ODA). Both legislations aim to improve accessibility for Ontarians by identifying, removing and preventing barriers faced by persons with disabilities. The AODA applies to all public and private sector organizations in Ontario.

The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) also known as Ontario Regulation 191/11 which is an amendment to the AODA creates a shift from preparing annual accessibility plans to the creation of a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

For more information about the province's accessibility legislation and these standards, please visit the website links below.

Click here to visit the Province of Ontario's Accessibility Web Page

Click here to visit the Province of Ontario's information and resources at AccessON

Click here to view Seguin's Multi-Year Accessibility Plan

Customer Service Feedback

As part of its proactive approach, Seguin Township has trained all staff in providing accessible customer service and it currently meets or exceeds the requirements of the AODA Customer Service Standard (Ontario Regulation 429/07).

Seguin Township welcomes all feedback on our accessible customer service.  Contact us in person, by mail, phone or fax.