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City of Prince George wants residents to report accessibility issues

‘We need people to speak up on what is impacting them’

The City of Prince George is urging residents to report accessibility issues in the city.

The request for residents to report issues comes on the back of the 2023 – 2026 Accessibility Work Plan, received by council in January. The plan is part of the legal framework established by the province within the Accessible British Columbia Act.

Residents can report accessibility concerns by calling 311 or emailing

This includes reporting accessibility issues relating to sidewalks, streets, curbs, transportation, buildings owned or operated by the city, city services, and city-operated websites including,, and

The city says operational needs can be addressed in a timely manner however significant capital requests will be noted for future budget considerations. Receiving feedback from the community is helpful for understanding what the needs are.

“It is really important to us here at the City of Prince George that we take action to identify and remove barriers that prevent the full and equal participation by all our citizens in every aspect of community life,” Mayor Simon Yu said.

“We welcome feedback from our residents on how we can continue to improve accessibility within Prince George. We need people to speak up on what is impacting them because when we know better we can do better.”

The city has developed a new webpage on the Accessibility Plan, which can be found here.