The City of Stirling has implemented the Access and Inclusion Plan 2011–2015 and ‘Your Welcome’ project to ensure that everyone living in or visiting the City can access the facilities and services we provide. Find out more about facilities for the elderly, people with disabilities and parents.
Accessibility and inclusion in the City of Stirling
The City of Stirling recognises that access is the key to independence. We are committed to ensuring that everyone living in or visiting the City can access the facilities and services we provide.
A committee comprising Council and community representatives has been set up to ensure:
- Provision of facilities such as pram ramps and disabled toilets
- Adherence to design guidelines in City buildings.
- Examples of special projects achieved by this committee include:
- A modified playground at Clarko Reserve
- Access to the beach at Mettams Pool and Clarko Reserve
- Transport by means of 2 specially-fitted buses
- Improved access to City buildings.
Access and Inclusion Plan 2011–2015
The Access and Inclusion Plan 2011–2015 demonstrates the City’s commitment to ensuring everyone living in or visiting the City of Stirling can access the majority of the facilities and services we provide.
The current Disability Access and Inclusion Plan is now available to download (see below).
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2011-2015
- Overview of City services and facilities
- Profile of disability in the City
- The background of disability planning in the City
- Achievements to date
- New directions for disability access and inclusion
- The 9 desirable outcomes
- Action plan to achieve those outcomes.
This plan encourages all contractors and businesses in the City to move towards applying the principles of access and inclusion, making the City of Stirling truly accessible to the whole community.
City of Stirling PDF forms for Macintosh
The City of Stirling website contains optimised PDFs which can be filled out in Adobe Acrobat. Macintosh users should complete these forms using Adobe Reader as the form does not function properly in Mac Preview.
Universal access maps
The City of Stirling has prepared 3 maps of current universal access facilities within the City boundaries, which can be downloaded below:
‘You're welcome’ project
People with disability, carers and seniors can search to find accessible business and community facilities in the City of Stirling.
Access information will assist people of all ages and abilities, including people who use a wheelchair, have difficulty walking or who are blind or deaf.
- Find access details of businesses and attractions in the City of Stirling and Western Australia such as accommodation and cafes.
- Check out diagrams of toilets and bathrooms to choose what suits you best
- Used 'advanced search' to find accessible accommodation, toilets and parking to meet your particular needs