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Richmond Is Accessible!
The Access Richmond website provides a database of venues which have been surveyed and evaluated as to their accessibility according to the standards set by the BC Building Access Handbook 2014Opens a new window.
If you are a consumer:

Enter the database and check out the accessibility of various Richmond businesses and venues by clicking on any of the links to the left. It is important to note that the assessments in no way constitute a recommendation or advertisement, nor do any businesses pay to be included in the list. The star system refers only to the accessibility of the establishments and facilities listed.

If you operate a business in Richmond:
Richmond is considered to be one of the most accessible cities in Canada. Ensuring wider accessibility opens your business up to a whole new community. If you wish to have your premises evaluated for accessibility, and included in the listings on this site, please contact Ella Huang at 604.232.2404. There is no charge for the evaluation or for the listing.

The information on this site is recommended for referral use only. The RCD is in no way responsible for inaccurate information posted and cannot be held legally responsible.

View the B.C. Building Access Handbook 2014Opens a new window (The Building Access Handbook contains building requirements for persons with disabilities from British Columbia Building Code 2012 including illustrations and commentary.)