Central Elgin is committed to accessibility by providing accessible services, programs and facilities in order to create a barrier-free community. To do this, the Municipality follows the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), including the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service and Integrated Accessibility Standards regulations found in the Act as well as the Central Elgin Accessibility Policy.

Request Format

Any document found on our website is available in a variety of accessible formats. Requests for accessible formats will be addressed in a timely manner and accessible formats.

To request information in an alternative format, please contact us.

Provide Feedback

How can Central Elgin communicate best with you? Share your comments through the form below, or by email, in person, by phone or in writing. Central Elgin is always looking for ways to improve!

Online Accessibility Feedback Form

Joint Accessibility Committee (JAAC)

Every municipality with a population of more than 10,000 people should organize an accessibility committee to identify potential barriers. This group will include a majority of persons with disabilities on it, and it will prepare and publish annual accessibility plans.

The Elgin/Central Elgin Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee was founded and established by County of Elgin and the Municipality of Central. To learn more about this committee please visit the Boards and Committees page.

Accessibility Links

Joint Accessibility Status Report available late 2022