PUBLIC NOTICE - Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Review

The Shire of Koorda is seeking feedback on all aspects of its Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) for 2020 -2025.

The DAIP sets out the Shire’s commitment to making our community a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy.

The aim of the DAIP is to provide a framework to improve access for all people in the community in relation to the following areas:

  • Services and events
  • Buildings and facilities
  • Information
  • Customer service
  • Complaints
  • Community engagement
  • Employment

The Draft DAIP is available to download here or a paper copy may be obtained from the Shire of Koorda Administration Office, located at 10 Haig Street, Koorda.

Written submissions about the proposed review of the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan may be made to the Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 20 KOORDA WA 6475 or email, shire@koorda.wa.gov.au, no later than 4:00pm, Friday 3rd July 2020.


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The Shire of Koorda is seeking feedback on all aspects of its Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) for 2020 -2025.

The DAIP sets out the Shire’s commitment to making our community a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy. The Shire of Koorda is committed to ensuring that people with disability, their family and carers can access Council facilities, functions and services.

By completing this questionnaire you can help us identify any issues of access and inclusion that affect yourself, your family and carers. Please complete this questionnaire by no later than 4:00pm, Friday 3rd July 2020.

Should you have any questions and would like to discuss any concern you may have about access and inclusion, please call the Shire’s Principal Environmental Health Officer, Peter Toboss during office on 9684 1219 or 0428 831 037 or email eho@koorda.wa.gov.au

Related Information

1. Are the services and events organised by the Shire accessible for you?
2. Are the Shire buildings and facilities easy to get into and out of?
3. Is information from the Shire provided in a way that enables you to access it readily?
4. Does the Shire staff give quality services that meet your expectations and needs?
5. Are complaints about the Shire easy to lodge?
6. Is public consultation by the Shire done in a format and/or place to enable your attendance?
7. Does the Shire have equal employment opportunities for people with disability?