Council's Disability Policy states that Council is committed to the provision of accessible services to ensure that everybody, regardless of ability, can participate in the social, economic and political life of the City.
Council will therefore take a leading role in in the provision of goods services and facilities in an environment free of discrimination.
The Policy proposes a whole-of-council, whole-of-community approach. This approach identifies initiatives to increase access and inclusion of people with disabilities. Initiatives will be performed on a partnership basis between Council and external keny stakeholders such as service providers working in the disability field. The Policy also identifies activities which are aimed at assisting Industry and the local community to be inclusive of people with disabilities.
Click here to download Councils Disability Policy
Council's Disability Action Plan 2010 – 2014 outlines the action to be taken to ensure Greater Dandenong continues to be a more accessible and inclusive community for all.
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 - PDF version
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 - Word version
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 Cantonese - PDF version
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 Greek - PDF version
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 Khmer - PDF version
Click here to download Disability Action Plan 2010 - 2014 Vietnamese - PDF version
Council continues to recognise the wide ranging definition of disability identified in the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.
Click here to download the definition of disability along with information about impairment.
At the City of Greater Dandenong we have a commitment to consulting with the community. Councils disability Action Plan 2010 -2014 will focus on consulting with people with a disability in a variety of issues and in a variety of ways.
Click here to download a copy of Councils Consultative Framework for People with Disabilities.
TTY (Telephone service for people who are hearing impaired) council contact - 9239 5153.
Council provides a TTY (telephone typewriter) contact service for the hearing impaired. By calling the TTY service on 9239 5153 you will be connected to a staff member who can answer all your queries.
The City of Greater Dandenong is committed to improving access and inclusion for all people in the community through continual improvement of its facilities, premises and services.
The Noble Park Access Map provides access information about the Noble Park area in a clear and simple format. Maps for other suburbs and precincts will be created in the future.
Download Noble Park Access map
For more information or to to have a hard copy of this map posted to you contact Council's Community Inclusion Officer on 9239 5203.
Metro Access is a key initiative of the Victorian State Disability Plan 2002-2012 that aims to build the capacity of local communities across metropolitan Victoria so that they are more welcoming and inclusive of people with disabilities.
Click here for more information on the Metro Access initiative.
Disability Information Victoria
Victorian Department of Human Services, Disability Services Division
Human Rights & Equal Opportunity Commission, Disability Rights