Mayor's Accessibility Advisory Committee

The Mayor’s Accessibility Advisory Committee: 

The Mayor's Accessibility Advisory Committee was formed in 1997 to deal with accessibility issues in Niagara Falls for disabled persons. The Committee's goals are to educate the public, and increase barrier free accessibility in our community for both residents and visitors.

All members on the committee, excluding City staff, are disabled. The committee has approximately 12 members and meets every other month  per month (approximately 6 times per year). The City believes that an accessible community is a healthy community.

The committee will also assist local businesses (on a request basis) with information on accessibility consulting services, audits and accessibility displays.

Mission Statement

At the City of Niagara Falls, we value accessibility, and look to provide accessible options with all our services. It is our mission to educate the public, and increase barrier-free accessibility in our community for the benefit of residents and visitors alike.

Meeting Minutes

Want to know what was discussed at a particular meeting? View our Meeting Minutes.

Accessible City Traffic Signals

Various intersections within Niagara Falls that have audible pedestrian push buttons
Intersection Street 1Intersection Street 2 Owner
Lundy's LaneDrummond RdRegion
Stanley AveDixon St/Main StRegion
Stanley AveLivingstone AveRegion
Stanley AveMurray StRegion
Stanley AveRobinson StRegion
Bender StVictoria AveNiagara Falls
Clifton HillVictoria AveNiagara Falls
Cummington Square WPortage Rd/Main StNiagara Falls
Dunn StDrummond RdNiagara Falls
Dorchester RdMorrison StNiagara Falls
Main StCulture CentreNiagara Falls
McLeod RdPinoak StNiagara Falls
Oakwood DrWalmart North EntranceNiagara Falls
Oakwood DrWalmart South EntranceNiagara Falls
River RdBus TurnaroundNPC
Victoria AveWalnut StNiagara Falls

Contact Us

Jason MacLean
905-356-7521 extension 4294

Dean Iorfida
905-356-7521 extension 4271