Accessibility Plan (Phase 1) Ready for Review

Accessibility Plan (Phase 1) Ready for Review

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City Hall

The City of Terrace Accessibility Plan (Phase 1) is ready for your review and feedback.

Our Accessibility Plan is a result of legislation that was introduced in 2021, called the Accessible British Columbia Act. This law helps to identify, remove, and prevent barriers that make it difficult for people living with disabilities in our province. This new law aims to make British Columbia more accessible for everyone.

Our Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee focused on “Information and Communications” as our first area of focus in Phase 1 of the plan. This standard looks at the barriers people face when interacting with others, signage, printed materials, or technology like websites and documents.

To provide your feedback:

  • Follow the link below to our online form.
  • Visit City Hall to pick up a printed version and comment form.
  • Email us at with your comments.
  • Provide written comments by mail or in person to City Hall at 3215 Eby St, Terrace, BC V8G 2X8
  • Call us at 250-638-4712 to discuss other options for providing feedback.

To view the plan and provide your feedback online, please visit

Information on accessibility is also available at