Accessibility in Collingwood
Collingwood’s Commitment to Accessibility
The Town of Collingwood is committed to providing all people with consistent opportunity and access to all Town goods, services and facilities while ensuring that policies, procedures and practices are provided in a timely manner and address integration, independence, dignity and equal opportunity.
We all benefit from Accessibility
Our Town recognizes that accessibility is essential to build on our unique profile as a major tourist destination, a retirement community and a community that attracts businesses. Many of our businesses recognize that accessibility can strengthen their bottom line, and grow their client base. Many of our leisure activities include people with varying abilities. Our residents told us during Access Awareness week in late May, 2015, that accessibility represents freedom, equality, independence and community to them.
Visit the links below to learn how we are all building a more accessible Collingwood.
February 4, 2016 - A large section of the sidewalk in front of 98 Super Panda at 50 Hurontario Street has been temporarily blocked off due to the potential hazard of falling bricks. The sidewalk is expected to be blocked off for at least a few days until the necessary repairs can be made.
Give us your feedback
If you require an accessible format or communication support please contact the Clerks’ Department at 705-445-1030 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know how we can best meet your needs.
Community Info Line - 705-445-1030 Ext. 3300 If you or someone you know has trouble reading the Town Page with notices, events and employment listings for the Town of Collingwood, we have an accessible municipal info line to hear an audible version of the Town Page. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Municipal Info Line, please contact Christa Carter, Coordinator Clerk Services at 445-1030 ext. 3294