The County of Middlesex is committed to being welcoming, supportive, and accessible to people for all walks of life. As part of this, we're continually reviewing our services to ensure greater accessibility for all.

This page offers information about the county's accessibility efforts, along with resources for companies in the county to help create a more inclusive environment. We encourage you to review  Middlesex County's Multi-Year Accessibility Plan or our Annual Accessibility Status Report.

Accessible formats and communication supports are available to the public upon request.

We welcome your feedback regarding the accessibility of our county's facilities and departments. You can fill out the Online Feedback Form or mail/fax a printable version.


Middlesex County Joint Multi-Year Accessibility Plan Survey

Middlesex County and its Local Municipal Partners are seeking your feedback on your experiences with our facilities, programs and services. The feedback will be incorporated into our joint Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. Help inform the County about gaps and barriers that currently exist for people with disabilities, so we can work together to make our communities more inclusive and accessible for everyone!

To take the survey, please click here

  • The Multi-Year Accessibility Plan Survey is open until January 7, 2022.
  • Accessible formats and communication supports are available for this survey in an alternative format. Please contact the County’s Accessibility Coordinator at: 519-614-0620.


Notices of Disruption

Should there be a disruption of services the following information will be provided:

  • Type of Disruption
  • Reason for Disruption
  • Disruption Duration
  • Alternate Facilities/ Services
  • Contact Information

Disaster Preparedness for those with Special Needs

By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies.
Find out more on our Disaster Preparedness page


Committee Background

Under the Ontarians With Disabilities Act, 2001 (ODA), Accessibility Advisory Committees must be established through a formal council motion, which includes the minimum responsibilities set out in the ODA and details the mandate of the committee.

Municipalities may establish additional responsibilities for their respective accessibility advisory committee such as providing advisory services to a transit agency or another municipality. With the concurrence of the affected local municipal Councils, the County established a joint Accessibility Advisory Committee.

The Joint Accessibility Advisory Committee consists of

  • the County of Middlesex and the Municipality of Adelaide Metcalfe,
  • the Municipality of Lucan Biddulph,
  • the Municipality of Middlesex Centre,
  • the Municipality of North Middlesex,
  • the Municipality of Southwest Middlesex,
  • the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc, and
  • the Municipality of Thames Centre.

Emergency Response Plan

Accessible formats of the Emergency Response Plan are available upon request. To make a request, please contact Marci Ivanic.

Please forward any other comments or questions to:

Marci Ivanic - Legislative Services Manager/Clerk
519-434-7321 x 2250