Accessible services and access to public spaces is an important step to creating a sustainable community. Providing an accessible location will help businesses to grow and diversify their client base, as well as be compliant with upcoming legislative mandates. Certain upgrades are/may be required.
In order to assist our local businesses review their current status as it pertains to accessibility, the Chamber has created an Accessibility Committee and is offering to conduct a free survey to participating businesses (members and non-members alike). This survey will provide the steps that can be taken to become compliant and approach local government bodies for financial assistance, such as grants and interest-free loans.
Financial Assistance resources available here
To access the survey click here and print.
When the survey is completed, contact James Taylor at email@example.com or 613-797-3032.
Today, our Chamber represents the diverse interests of member businesses - from farming to fashion - across a broad spectrum of pursuits operating out of charming villages, busy and burgeoning subdivisions, and a sprawling rural countryside mosaic that quietly bustles with activity just beyond the southern boundary of the Nation's Capital.