What you need to know
We are committed to removing barriers that might keep you, or someone you care about, from fully enjoying Vancouver.
This includes adding curb cuts on sidewalks, audible signals on crosswalks, improving parking options, and increasing employment opportunities.
What's happeningOur accessibility commitments
- Respecting the rights, dignity, and independence of persons with disabilities over the life course
- Fostering a safe environment where all people feel valued, included, and a sense of belonging
- Creating opportunities for persons with disabilities to be involved in decision-making and to participate fully in all aspects of city life
- Demonstrating how the knowledge and perspectives of persons with disabilities are integrated across all City processes, policies, and decision-making
- Listening to and addressing the needs of persons with disabilities in City programs, services, and physical infrastructure
December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. To mark this day, Mayor Kennedy Stewart issued a proclamation on behalf of the City of Vancouver.