The following survey is being issued to gain an understanding of restroom accessibility in downtown Lethbridge. Following the opening of our city’s new self-cleaning public restroom, it is important to not only gain an understanding of its use and accessibility, but also on the perceptions surrounding the issue of restroom accessibility as a whole. Restroom accessibility is something that affects all individuals, with certain populations holding unique needs. These groups of individuals include, but are not limited to: the disabled, pregnant women, parents with children, persons with health issues such as Crohns and Colitis, tourists, the elderly, and transit users.
By issuing this survey, we hope to gain a better understanding of how members of our community understand restroom accessibility. This may help us to move forward, and address the issue further in the future.
Please take the time to fill out
this survey. Your feedback is very valuable.
Planning & Development
Key Contact: Andrew Malcolm, Downtown Revitalization Manager: 403 320 3926