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Request for Decision

City of Greater Sudbury 2017-2021 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan

Presented To: City Council
Presented: Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017
Report Date: Wednesday, Jul 26, 2017
Type: Routine Management Reports

Signed By

Report Prepared By
Danielle Wicklander
Legislative Compliance Coordinator
Digitally Signed Jul 26, 17

Division Review
Eric Labelle
City Solicitor/City Clerk
Digitally Signed Aug 1, 17

Financial Implications
Liisa Lenz
Coordinator of Budgets
Digitally Signed Aug 3, 17

Recommended by the Department
Kevin Fowke
General Manager of Corporate Services
Digitally Signed Aug 4, 17

Recommended by the C.A.O.
Ed Archer
Chief Administrative Officer
Digitally Signed Aug 3, 17


THAT the City of Greater Sudbury adopts the 2017-2021 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan as presented in the report from the General Manager of Corporate Services dated July 26, 2017;

AND that the Members of the Accessibility Advisory Panel be thanked for their contributions to the Plan.

Relationship to the Strategic Plan / Health Impact Assessment

The City of Greater Sudbury 2017-2021 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan aligns with the Quality of Life and Place Strategic Priority B (d) of the 2015-2018 City of Greater Sudbury Corporate Strategic Plan which identifies the development of an accessibility strategy and abilities centre with community hubs as a priority of Council.

Report Summary

This report outlines the City of Greater Sudbury 2017-2021 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

Financial Implications

There are no financial implications associated with this report as accessibility projects are funded from the Accessibility Reserve as and when approved by Council. There is currently an annual contribution to this reserve in the amount of $50,000. Minor accessibility upgrades are funded through departments existing operating and/or capital budgets.