City of Kingston
Kingston is a community that recognizes that people are its most valuable asset. We create opportunities for all people to enjoy our city and contribute as productive citizens. We will work to prevent and remove barriers for persons with disabilities on City properties and services. We will also create public awareness and educate both the public and private sectors regarding the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), the Ontario Building Code, and the Ontario Human Rights Code.
KEYS Job Centre is a community-based centre with expertise in employment and employment related services as well as a regularly updated job board
A web-based talent recruitment and applicant tracking system hosted by iCIMS. KEDCO updates the Kingston is Hiring career database weekly, showcasing the career opportunities available in the community.
Ontario Works provides temporary financial assistance to those most in need residing in the City and County of Frontenac while they undertake requirements to become and stay employed.
City of Kingston Accessible Parking
Find an Accessible Parking space downtown.
A registered accessible parking permit must be displayed in a vehicle using any designated accessible parking space. These spaces are signed with a regulation wheelchair symbol.
Parking in one of these designated spaces without this permit could result in a $300 fine.
City of Kingston – Transportation
- Kingston Transit: All routes are served by accessible buses which are low-floor with kneeling capability.
- Kingston Access Bus offers specialized, non-emergency medical and community transportation.
- Accessible Taxis: The City is working with the Taxi Commission to bring accessible taxis to the City of Kingston in early 2013. See this Dec. 18, 2012 Information Report to Council for details.