Sarnia, Ontario, located on the southern shores of Lake Huron, is a medium-sized city with a "small town attitude." The City is characterized by a diverse economic base, affordable residential neighbourhoods, an accessible waterfront and an extensive system of parks, sports fields, walking trails and arenas. Residents and visitors have so much to explore — cultural opportunities in the City abound with libraries, art galleries, theatres, and special events that are offered throughout the year.
The City of Sarnia is known for its commitment to being accessible to people with disabilities and in 2013, awarded businesses, individuals and organizations in the community who went above and beyond to serve people with disabilities, with its inaugural Accessibility Award..
Sarnia offers a broad range of
employment opportunities and strives to promote diversity and equal opportunity
in the workplace — encouraging applications from all qualified candidates. The city offers its employees competitive compensation and benefits, a safe and healthy environment for all employees, training and learning opportunities to help foster career development, and the opportunity to contribute to the
community they live, work and play in.
Sarnia works hard to ensure that all
City programs and services respect the dignity, independence and equal opportunity of people with disabilities. Sarnia is committed to providing a high quality of accessible goods and services with the goal of ensuring that its policies, practices and procedures are consistent with the best practices and guiding principles as outlined by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The City of Sarnia website offers
residents and visitors a wealth of information. On the website, users are
able to keep up to date on the latest community news, access a City service directory, pay parking tickets, and have easy access to everything you would
want to know about Sarnia and all it has to offer — from voter information to where
the nearest pool is to owning a local business.