2014 Municipal Election Accessibility Plan

The City of Port Colborne 2014 Municipal Election Accessibility Plan (the Plan) is available below.

2014 Municipal Election Accessibility Plan

The Plan outlines the City’s policies and procedures governing the provision of election information and services to persons with disabilities.

 
 

Alternative Formats

All reasonable efforts will be made to ensure that candidates and electors with disabilities are able to receive information and copies of election documents in a format that takes into account their disability. The format may be agreed upon between the requester and the City Clerk. Please contact the Clerk's Office at (905) 835-2900.

 
 

Accessible Customer Service Feedback Process

Feedback about the manner in which election services are provided to persons with disabilities may be submitted to the City Clerk through a variety of methods including:

Mail or deliver to:     
City Clerk
City of Port Colborne
66 Charlotte Street
Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 3C8

By phone:  (905) 835-2900

In person:  Municipal Offices, 66 Charlotte Street, Port Colborne

By fax: (905) 834-5746

By e-mail: cityclerk@portcolborne.ca or electioncoordinator@portcolborne.ca


The feedback process provides election staff with an opportunity to take corrective measures to prevent similar recurrences, address training needs, enhance service delivery and provide alternative methods of providing election services.

Feedback may be provided by an individual with a disability in a format that is most convenient for them such as by telephone, in person, in writing, or by e-mail.

The City of Port Colborne Accessible Customer Service Feedback Form is available below.

Accessible Customer Service Feedback Form

 
 

Municipal Election Accessibility Report

Subsection 12.1(2) of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, provides that within ninety days after voting day in a regular election, the Clerk shall submit a report to council about the identification, removal and prevention of barriers that affect electors and candidates with disabilities.

A copy of the 2010 Municipal Election Accessibility Report is available below.

Community & Corporate Services, Clerk’s Division Report No: 2011-02, Subject: Post 2010 Municipal Election Accessibility Report