Leeds-Grenville residents are being asked to give their thoughts on accessibility options for people with disabilities in the area.
The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is running a survey until October 3rd that residents are being invited to fill out.
“The survey is designed to gather information from the public on accessibility for persons with disabilities in Leeds and Grenville,” says United Counties Deputy Clerk and Accessibility Coordinator Andrea Bolton.
“The responses will help us add to our Multi-Year Accessibility Plan,” Bolton adds, “a draft copy of which is available on the same webpage as the survey.”
If you’re interested in filling out the survey, you can find a link to an online copy on the United Counties website.
Bolton says people who prefer an alternate method of filling it out, like a paper copy or submitting their responses over the phone, can contact the United Counties’ Accessibility Advisory Committee.
That group’s contact details can also be found on the website.