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Disability and Access

Salisbury Council is committed to providing equal access for all residents to participation in the community and to Council's facilities and services.

According to a 2009 Australian Bureau of Statistics report, one in five people in Australia had a reported disability. The ABS defines disability as "any limitation, restriction or impairment which has lasted or is likely to last for at least six months and restricts everyday activities".

People with disabilities may have difficulties

  • using footpaths and kerb ramps
  • accessing public buildings and parks
  • attaining an educational qualification
  • gaining employment
  • reading information
  • hearing what is said in a public meeting or at a service counter
  • feeling accepted and valued.

Salisbury Council is committed to providing equal access for all residents to participate in the community and to Council's facilities and services, through the development of policies, procedures and practices which are responsive to their specific requirements whatever their race, culture, religion, language, age or gender. 

Learn more about Council's disability and access initiatives...

Feedback

You are invited to contact the City of Salisbury on 8406 8222 or via our online form to point out difficulties caused by lack of access in Council buildings, footpaths, parks and services.

By contacting Council, you can find out more about access improvements and how to be part of making these improvements happen.

Disability inclusion and access initiatives