Accessibility in the Built Environment Policy feedback sessions

Accessibility in the Built Environment Policy feedback sessions

August 06, 2015

​Toronto Community Housing is hosting community meetings across the city to get feedback on residents' accessibility needs.

Toronto Community Housing, in partnership with R-PATH, is developing a new policy to make sure the company meets the accessibility needs of residents in buildings, in community spaces and in units.

The meetings are being held to provide you with the chance to share your ideas and shape this new policy.

You can attend any of the sessions below:
  • August 24, 341 Bloor Street W. (Senator D. Croll Apartments)
  • August 27, 55 Rankin Crescent (Rankin Apartments)
  • August 31, 65 Greencrest Circuit (Cedarbrae Manor)

If you are unable to attend any of the feedback sessions, you can complete a feedback survey instead. Surveys will be available after August 21. You can complete the survey online​ or ask for a paper copy from your building superintendent.