Disability Access Committee

The Federation Council Disability Access Committee is a committee of Council who work to identify and remove barriers preventing the participation of people with a disability in programs, services and facilities.

The roles of the committee is to:

  • Advise and make recommendations to Council on matters relating to access for people with disabilities to Council facilities and services and within the community generally.
  • Raise awareness of the positive contributions of people with a disability and the importance of accessibility for all people.
  • Provide recommendations to Council on policy, strategies and programs of Council as they relate to access and other issues of concern to people living with a disability.
  • Guide Council on the implementation of Council's access policies and action plans in relation to access and accessibility for people with a disability.
  • Provide input into decisions relating to alterations to Council buildings and streetscape.
  • Assist in the development of programs that improve the quality of life of people with a disability.


Disability Access Committee meetings are held quarterly on a Thursday between 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm at the Corowa Civic Centre, 100 Edward Street, Corowa.

For more information about the committee, please contact the Community Development Team at Council.