Voice of Albertans with Disabilities has strong connections to many municipalities across Alberta. We aim to provide valuable resources to municipalities no matter where they are on their accessibility journey. Check this page often for updates.
From council meetings to community engagement, make sure everyone is included and welcome by following our event guidelines:
We do our best to keep our Grant Page up to date. If you’re a municipality looking for a grant for a specific project concerning accessibility we would be more than happy to work with you to find it or issue letters of support.
If you’re a municipality offering an accessibility grant please let us know so we can share it.
Website Accessibility statement generator. Have web developers go through this checklist and it will automatically generate a statement on the accessibility of your website to post. You also will be aware of changes needed to update accessibility to your website
Download this Google Chrome Extension. When you click the extension on any website, it will generate a report that explains where the website doesn’t meet the standards of the “Website Content Accessibility Guidelines” (WCAG 2.0)
City of Edmonton – Measuring Up
The City of Edmonton’s strategic plan, The Way Ahead, is moving our city towards a bold vision for the future, including:
- Improving livability for people of all abilities and backgrounds.
- Developing facilities and infrastructure that are accessible by all.
- Improving accessibility throughout the city by enforcing municipal bylaws.
Ontario’s Municipality guidelines
Take a look at how Ontario has presented the guidelines to municipalities, and the general timelines they have to get a better sense of what will be expected in the future. Then get ahead of it!
For any questions on any of these resources, or if you’re looking for more information on anything specific please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 780-488-9088 and ask for Sam