Public consultation on the Action Plan for Universal Accessibility 2019-2020



Making Montréal more accessible


The Ville de Montréal recognizes that at some point in our lives, we may all experience temporary or permanent limitations with regard to our motor skills or from a visual, auditory or cognitive perspective.

When this occurs, getting around on a daily basis can be hindered by a number of obstacles. Participating socially in our society as well as our active citizenship can also be rendered difficult. In its pursuit to remove those obstacles, the city is currently working on the preliminary version of the Action Plan for Universal Accessibility 2019-2020 and would like to know what the public thinks about the objectives and actions laid out in the document.

You can share your opinion in one of the following ways: public consultation meetings and an online survey.



Making Montréal more accessible


The Ville de Montréal recognizes that at some point in our lives, we may all experience temporary or permanent limitations with regard to our motor skills or from a visual, auditory or cognitive perspective.

When this occurs, getting around on a daily basis can be hindered by a number of obstacles. Participating socially in our society as well as our active citizenship can also be rendered difficult. In its pursuit to remove those obstacles, the city is currently working on the preliminary version of the Action Plan for Universal Accessibility 2019-2020 and would like to know what the public thinks about the objectives and actions laid out in the document.

You can share your opinion in one of the following ways: public consultation meetings and an online survey.

Public Consultation Meetings

The city is organizing six public consultation meetings on its Action Plan 2019-2020 for Universal Accessibility

The meetings are open to the general public. Sessions will be held in French, with a bilingual facilitator who will ensure participation of English speakers to the meetings

We look forward to seeing you! To prepare yourself, please read the Briefing document on the consultation process as well as the preliminary version of Action Plan for Universal Accessibility 2019-2020


AFTERNOON SESSIONS

NOVEMBER 2, 2018, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. : Saint-Léonard library, 8220, boulevard Lacordaire, H1R 3G5
Shuttle available upon reservation

NOVEMBER 7, 2018, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. : Maison des sourds de Montréal, 2200, boulevard Crémazie Est, H2E 2Z8

NOVEMBER 12, 2018, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.Centre communautaire de loisirs Sainte Catherine d'Alexandrie,1700, rue Amherst, H2L 3L5

NOVEMBER 13, 2018, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. : Saint-Laurent borough hall, 777, boulevard Marcel-Laurin, H4M 2M7, Salle du Conseil
Shuttle available upon reservation


EVENING SESSIONS:

NOVEMBER 7, 2018, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. : Villeray – Saint-Michel – Parc Extension borough hall, 405, avenue Ogilvy , H3N 1M3,  Salle du Conseil
Webcast available

NOVEMBER 8, 2018, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. : Verdun borough hall, 4555, rue de Verdun, H4G 1M4, Salle du Conseil, 2nd Floor
Webcast available


Specific measures that apply to the public consultation meetings:
Please note the following:

* An orderly will be available onsite.

* Participants will be offered assistance to access the microphone.

Quebec sign language (LSQ) will be available for each meeting.

* An assisted listening service will be available.

* For any requests regarding specific needs, kindly submit a request by telephone 514 872-8442 or by e-mail: diversitesociale@ville.montreal.qc.ca 


* For ADAPTED TRANSPORT users: During your reservation, ask for the group schedule mentioning ''Consultation Universal Accessibility''. 



CUSTOMIZED CONSULTATION MEETINGS 

Bring your family, friends and neighbours together to discuss the Action Plan for Universal Accessibility 2019-2020! Whether in your home or in a community organization near you, you can lead a discussion using the Facilitation guide (to come). 


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