AlburyCity strives to make Albury an accessible and inclusive community providing a place for everyone to be able to live, work, play, and visit. If we want to be a liveable, destination of choice we need to provide a City that is accessible and inclusive to everyone.

We have a key role in promoting and supporting access and inclusion in all areas of our Council business. This includes how we develop the built environment, provision of information and services, supporting employment opportunities and promoting positive community attitudes and behaviour toward people with disability.

We would like to hear from people with a lived experience of disability, their carers and interested members of the community. The survey results will be used by AlburyCity to guide future planning, policies and strategies. Feedback and suggestions are critical to ensure equal access to buildings, activities, facilities, services and information for everyone.

The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.

Share your ideas

Your feedback will help us make Albury a more accessible and inclusive place to be.

Focus Areas

Under the NSW Disability Inclusion Plan, our DIAP needs to address the following four focus areas:
  • Positive community attitudes and behaviours

    This is about building community awareness of the rights and abilities of people with disability, and to support the development of positive attitudes and behaviour towards people with disability.

  • Liveable communities

    This is about increasing participation of people with disability in all aspects of community life, through targeted approaches to address barriers in housing, learning, transport, health and wellbeing.

  • Meaningful employment

    This is about increasing the number of people with disability in meaningful employment, thereby enabling people with disability to plan for their future and exercise choice and control as a result of economic security.

  • Systems and processes

    This is about ensuring that people with disability are able to make informed choices about available services and to easily and efficiently access mainstream government services and other opportunities in the community.