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If you require information in an alternate format you may contact the County of Frontenac by calling 613-548-9400, or by emailing Jannette Amini, Manager of Legislative Services/Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will work with you to understand your specific information and accessibility needs and to provide for them within a reasonable timeframe.
You may also visit the County of Frontenac in person or mail your request and concerns at its office located at 2069 Battersea Road, Glenburnie, K0H 1S0. County Administration hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The nomination process for the County of Frontenac is 2016 International Day of Persons with Disabilities Access Award is now closed.
Congratulations to Doug Lovegrove who received the 2015 County of Frontenac International Day of Persons with Disabilities Access Award. Lovegrove, of Verona in the Township of South Frontenac, was recognized for producing a booklet which covers topics of accessibility and customer service for new volunteers. And although the booklet was created for the Verona Community Association, Lovegrove offers it and his training to all volunteer organizations within the community.Read full story here...
Congratulations to Accessible Living, winner of the 2014 Access Award. Operated by Joe Ryan and Brenden Hicks, Accessible Living serves the many residents in the County of Frontenac and City of Kingston aged 55+ who want to be proactive about investing in accessibility and independence so they can remain at home for as long as possible, as individuals and within their community.
Whether due to age, illness, or injury more and more Canadians are facing mobility challenges due to built environments that are inherently inaccessible and prevent them from getting maximum joy and comfort out of their homes.
Mr. Ryan and Mr. Hicks are experts in Universal Design and Barrier Free Construction. The Accessible Living team of friendly, licensed contractors advise clients on a full range of affordable accessibility options in order to tailor and adapt homes or businesses, while maintaining beauty, safety and comfort.
Congratulations to the Verona Lions Club, winner of the inaugural 2013 County of Frontenac International Day of Persons with Disabilities Access Award.
The Verona Lions Club was nominated for its renovations to the infrastructure of the Verona Lions Club Hall including; washrooms, storage areas, a fully accessible change room, electronic door openers, concrete sidewalks and pavilion, as well doors and hallways.
The County of Frontenac is committed to: providing accessible customer service to persons with disabilities; removing barriers for people with disabilities and ensuring that no new barriers are created. The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) is provincial legislation with a purpose of developing, implementing and enforcing accessibility standards in order to achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities with respect to goods, services, facilities, accommodation, employment, buildings, structures and premises on or before January 1, 2025. In accordance with the AODA, the County of Frontenac has adopted an Accessible Customer Service Policy Statement, as well as Accessible Customer Service Procedures and Best Practices - How May I Help You?. If you have any questions, contact the Deputy Clerk's office by phone at 613-548-9400, ext 302, or by email. If you have any comments regarding customer service you have received, please complete the attached Accessible Customer Service Feedback Form.
The County of Frontenac and the Townships of North Frontenac, Central Frontenac, South Frontenac and Frontenac Islands have formed a Joint Frontenac Accessibility Advisory Committee (FAAC) with a mandate to: