Government

Accessibility

The Town of Minto is committed to providing services and facilities that are accessible to all.  An accessibility plan has been developed as a guide in order to identify measures to be taken to ensure that election-related services are provided in an accessible manner.

View a copy of our Accessibility Plan for the 2022 Municipal Election


Vote by Mail

The Town of Minto is using the Vote by Mail voting method for the 2022 Municipal Election.  Voter kits are mailed to voters whose names are listed on the Voters’ List and voters can complete their kit at their convenience before mailing kits back to the Town.

Instead of Voting locations or polls, Ballot Return Stations will be established for voters to drop off their completed voter kit.  If eligible voters have not received a voter kit in the mail, they can obtain a voter kit from Election Officials at a Ballot Return Station.  Voters can complete their voter kit on-site at a Ballot Return Station and deposit their completed kit within a drop box, secured and submit it to an Election Official at a Ballot Return Station.

To learn more about how to Vote by Mail, visit our How to Vote page.


Ballot Return Stations

Every effort has been made to ensure that every Ballot Return Station is accessible.

For a list and schedule of Ballot Return Stations, visit our When to Vote page.


Feedback

Your feedback on our Accessibility Plan is essential to us providing an accessible election for all voters.  With your help and feedback, we can continue to learn and adjust our approaches to meet the needs of persons with disabilities.

Contact Quinn Foerter, Accessibility Coordinator with your feedback:

by phone at 519-338-2511 ext 246
by email at quinn@town.minto.on.ca
in person at the Municipal Office at 5941 Highway 89, Harriston
In writing to 5941 Highway 89, Harriston ON N0G 1Z0
Or speak in person to an Election Official at any Ballot Return Station