York Region Accessibility Advisory Committee
The York Region Accessibility Advisory Committee (YRAAC) advises Regional Council and York Regional Police on making it easier for people with disabilities to use the Region's many programs and services.
Committee members come from different backgrounds and most members must be people with disabilities. The current Committee's term runs from 2011 to 2014 and, when the term concludes, a new committee will be formed from applications from the community.
2011 – 2014 York Region Accessibility Advisory Committee
Information about the YRAAC is a document that outlines the Committee's role and membership. A Large Print version is also available.
The YRAAC Terms of Reference lists full details of the Committee, including its mandate, reporting structure, duties, membership responsibilities and more. Choose the Large Print Terms of Reference version if you prefer.
Attend a Meeting. Meetings of the YRAAC are open to the public. They are held in the Seminar Room, York Region Administrative Centre, 17250 Yonge Street, Newmarket. For dates of upcoming meetings of the YRAAC, visit the Regional Council and Committee calendar.
If you require accommodation to participate in a meeting of the YRAAC, please contact us at AODA@york.ca.
Read the minutes of the York Region Accessibility Advisory Committee. The YRAAC reports to Regional Council through the Community and Health Services Committee. The minutes of the Community and Health Services Committee are also available.
Minutes of the York Region Accessibility Advisory Committee:
Visit Accessibility Planning to learn more about York Region's efforts to make the Region's programs and services more accessible to people with disabilities.
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