The Treat Accessibly campaign advocates for an accessible trick-or-treating Halloween experience, where children of all abilities can participate without any barriers. Visit the Treat Accessibly website to learn more about what you can do to make your home more accessible to all. Residents can also download, order or print lawn signs that can be placed on residential properties from October 20 to November 1 2021. Click on the Treat Accessibly heading above to visit their website.
Statement of Commitment
The City’s mission is to be a vibrant, safe and attractive city of opportunity where efficient services make it possible for families, individuals and the business community to grow, prosper and enjoy a high quality of life.
The City values diversity and inclusiveness and the unique contribution that each resident makes to the local community.
The City recognizes that preventing new barriers, reducing and removing existing barriers and enhancing access to our goods, services and facilities is essential to providing increased opportunities that foster independence, inclusion and dignity for people of all ages and abilities.
The City of Brampton and its Accessibility Advisory Committee are committed to ensuring people of all ages and abilities enjoy the same opportunities as they live, work, play, visit and invest in our city.
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We welcome any feedback regarding the accessibility of our facilities, online content or any of our services and programs.