Accessibility in the City

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The City of Duncan is a compact urban community, committed to delivering public services that are accessible and inclusive for everyone. The Duncan Accessibility Plan (DAP) represents our commitment to continuous improvement on the policies, practices and built environment that impact our citizens and employees to remove and prevent barriers to full participation with our organization.


The DAP was approved by City Council on July 17, 2023, and was developed with input from the City of Duncan's Accessibility Advisory Committee. The Committee represents a diverse group of people with knowledge and lived experience of disability issues.


We encourage you to check out the DAP, and let us know your thoughts! This page is a forum through which the City will receive feedback on accessibility and inclusiveness. If you have an idea, or have experienced a challenge navigating our City or accessing services we provide, please let us know.


Using this site:

  • Find the Duncan Accessibility Plan and a Map of locations already identified as needing accessibility improvements in the Documents tab on the right of this page.
  • Use the Map Tool below to plot other areas you have encountered that could be made more accessible.
  • Click on the Questions button below to submit comments and questions regarding accessibility and inclusiveness in the City of Duncan.

Other ways to get in touch:


  • Visit or write to us:

200 Craig Street
Duncan, BC V9L 1W3

  • Phone us:
250-746-6126

  • E-mail us:
duncan@duncan.ca


The City of Duncan is a compact urban community, committed to delivering public services that are accessible and inclusive for everyone. The Duncan Accessibility Plan (DAP) represents our commitment to continuous improvement on the policies, practices and built environment that impact our citizens and employees to remove and prevent barriers to full participation with our organization.


The DAP was approved by City Council on July 17, 2023, and was developed with input from the City of Duncan's Accessibility Advisory Committee. The Committee represents a diverse group of people with knowledge and lived experience of disability issues.


We encourage you to check out the DAP, and let us know your thoughts! This page is a forum through which the City will receive feedback on accessibility and inclusiveness. If you have an idea, or have experienced a challenge navigating our City or accessing services we provide, please let us know.


Using this site:

  • Find the Duncan Accessibility Plan and a Map of locations already identified as needing accessibility improvements in the Documents tab on the right of this page.
  • Use the Map Tool below to plot other areas you have encountered that could be made more accessible.
  • Click on the Questions button below to submit comments and questions regarding accessibility and inclusiveness in the City of Duncan.

Other ways to get in touch:


  • Visit or write to us:

200 Craig Street
Duncan, BC V9L 1W3

  • Phone us:
250-746-6126

  • E-mail us:
duncan@duncan.ca


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Duncan Accessibility Map

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Use this map to plot locations that need accessibility improvements. City staff will review input and incorporate improvements as resources permit and opportunities arise. Please use our Questions tool if you would like to receive a response to your feedback.

Before placing a marker, please refer to the map below to determine if the location of concern is within the City of Duncan's jurisdiction.

Page last updated: 25 Sep 2023, 03:30 PM