At the Capital Regional District (CRD), we are committed to equal access and participation for people with disabilities. We recognize the essential knowledge and perspectives of people with lived experiences and commit to making sure those voices are part of accessibility planning.

This work includes identifying, removing, and preventing barriers across our services, programs, and infrastructure, and treating all people in ways that allow them to maintain their dignity and independence.

Regulations under the Accessible BC Act identify municipalities and regional districts as accessible organizations. As part of our commitment and in line with these regulations, the CRD has created the following resources.

Accessibility Advisory Committee

The CRD Board established an Accessibility Advisory Committee in 2023. Its role is to provide recommendations to the Governance Committee that inform the Accessibility Plan and help improve the livability, inclusivity, and accessibility for persons working and interacting with the CRD.

Accessibility Planning

A key focus for the Accessibility Advisory Committee is to review feedback from staff and the community and support development of a corporate accessibility plan. As a working document, the plan will be updated over time to help guide our efforts to identify, remove and prevent barriers and improve access. 

Your Feedback

If you have experienced barriers when accessing the CRD or any of its services, we want to hear from you. There are three ways you can share your feedback about accessibility at the CRD:

Online: Feedback form

Phone: 250.360.3069

Mail: Attn Accessibility, Human Resources
625 Fisgard Street
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V8W 1R7