This web training site has been developed by the Town of Carleton Place to assist with the Accessibility Customer Service Training of employees and volunteers at specific municipal facility locations.
The portion of the training site dealing with support persons, service animals, notice of service disruption forms and the feedback process should be viewed by all employees and volunteers.
For new employees hired after December 31, 2009, accessibility training must be completed as soon as feasible and at the latest, six months after their hiring date.
Town of Carleton Place Scheduled Service Disruption Form
- The Notice of Scheduled Service Disruption Form is a form that Town Staff can use to post on a facility that has a service/maintenance issue with an accessibility feature ie: elevator, ramp and/or accessible doors. This form is for a planned disruption of service.
Town of Carleton Place Service Disruption Form
- The Notice of Service Disruption Form is a form that Town Staff can use in the event of an unplanned disruption of service, for example, an elevator out of service, a block access ramp or an accessible door that suddenly stops working.
Both cab companies in Carleton Place can accommodate passengers in wheelchairs.
Bud's Tax - 613-257-5911
County Cab - 613-253-7777
Lanark Transportation Association - 1-800-445-5777 Transportation to and from medical and other specialized services * wheelchair accessible vans are available * based on availability of drivers * both paid drivers using agency vehicles and volunteer drivers using their own vehicles
Fees may vary based on the clients destination. Fee subsidy is available to qualifying clients.
Clients should call well in advance if possible for scheduling purposes
Are you organizing a community event like a block party, wedding, bingo or fair? Do you want some quick tips on how to plan your event so guests with disabilities feel welcome? Download this booklet to show you many low-cost and no-cost things you can do to make your event more inclusive. It also includes a checklist so you can be sure that everyone can participate.
Whether you’re planning your first or 21st small community event, please refer to this guide!
Planning Accessible Events Guide
To assist the Town of Carleton Place in ensuring that the delivery of goods and services to those with disabilities is provided in an effective and timely manner, the customer is invited to provide their feedback as follows:
In writing, in person, e-mail or telephone, addressed to:
The Corporation of the Town of Carleton Place
Attention: D.H.Rogers, Clerk
175 Bridge Street
Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 2V8
The Clerk will respond either in writing, in person, by e-mail or by telephone acknowledging receipt of feedback and will set out the action to be taken in response to any complaints. A response will be provided within twenty one days. Feedback forms are available from the Clerk or at Town facilities.