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Saanich Peninsula municipalities creating accessibility plans for the first time

Residents can provide feedback about the plans
The municipalities of North Saanich, Sidney and Central Saanich are creating their first-ever Accessible British Columbia Act plans. (Black Press Media file photo)

The municipalities of Central Saanich, Sidney and North Saanich are drafting their first-ever Accessible British Columbia Act accessibility plans. Some of the main goals of the plans will be to identify barriers to accessibility on the Saanich Peninsula and determine what the priorities are for local people with disabilities.

Residents can provide feedback through a questionnaire that has been prepared by Left Turn Right Turn, an independent accessibility consulting firm.

The results of the questionnaire will help shape the plans, which the municipalities are hoping will be accessibility roadmaps.

Left Turn Right Turn will be helping with the plans.

The questionnaire can be found at