Translation - Explanation and Caution

The County of Lanark is offering text and website translation services provided by Google Translate™, a free service currently offering over 50 languages. Our goal is to assist English as a Second Language (ESL) users with a way to understand the programs, services, and information provided by Lanark County.

Please note that NOT all text may be translated correctly or be translated at all. You agree that when a translation is complete, you assume the risk of any inaccuracies, errors, and omissions therein. You agree that the County of Lanark shall NOT be held responsible or liable for any damages or losses that may result from your reliance upon or use of Google Translate™.


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Lanark County’s Accessibility Advisory Committee seeks to improve accessibility throughout the County. The committee’s mandate is to produce an annual Accessibility Plan and to advise council on ways to improve accessibility in the County by removing existing barriers over time and by preventing new ones from being created.

Municipalities with 10,000 or more residents are required by the Ontarian's with Disabilities Act to have an Accessibility Advisory Committee. The committee is comprised of community volunteers and Council representation. A six-member staff development working group provides input into the accessibility planning process.

The Accessibility Advisory Committee reports to the Corporate Services Committee of Lanark County Council.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer member of the Accessibility Advisory Committee please complete the Volunteer Application Form.