On November 30, join the City of Toronto and Toronto Public Library, in-person or virtually, to learn more about how accessibility in digital and built environments can shape a more accessible future for people with disabilities. Registration is required.


The City of Toronto is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive City where all individuals can use City services, programs and facilities in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.

The City has developed a Statement of Commitment to Accessibility, a Corporate Accessibility Policy, and a Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (MYAP) to meet the requirements and commitments under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). All City divisions are responsible for meeting the requirements of the AODA and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (MYAP)

The City's strategy to meet its accessibility goals and AODA requirements, 2020 – 2024.

Services for People with Disabilities

Explore City programs and supports for people with disabilities.

Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee

TAAC provides advice to City Council on the elimination of barriers faced by people with disabilities and implementation of AODA.

Meeting AODA Standards

How the City is aligning its accessibility policies and practices with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) legislation.