The City of Woodstock is looking for feedback when it comes to accessibility in the Friendly City.
WOODSTOCK - The City of Woodstock wants to hear how they are doing when it comes to accessibility.
As part of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act the city will be holding a consultation session about the work being done in the city. The Draft 2016 Annual Status Report of the Multi-year Accessibility Plan highlights what has been done to make the city friendlier for everybody.
Deputy City Clerk Chris Gauthier says they want people to take a look at that report and provide their feedback.
"We're looking for feedback on our status update for the year 2016 and any other areas of concern in terms of transit or accessibility goals."
Copies of the report are available online or at City Hall.
The meeting will be at the City Hall Council Chambers on Wednesday, November 30th from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.