Charge Stations for Mobility Devices
By City Staff
The County of Lambton and City of Sarnia have partnered together for a pilot project which has seen the installation of publicly available charge stations for power wheelchair or scooter users at locations in Sarnia and Point Edward.
Designated electrical outlets have been changed to a blue colour and identified with signage at the following locations: Bayside Centre, Bright's Grove Library, Canatara Park, Centennial Park, Germain Park, Lambton Public Health, Lambton Shared Services Centre, Mallroad Library, Sarnia City Hall, Sarnia Library, the Strangway Centre, and Tecumseh Park.
In total, 12 charge stations have been created.
Charging and capital costs borne by the municipalities are expected to be negligible.
The pilot project will be evaluated later in the year, with the possibility of the service being expanded to various public sector locations throughout the county.
Visit this link for more information: www.sarnia.ca/living-here/accessibility/charging-stations-for-mobility-devices
This article was posted Tuesday, September 6, 2016 12:18 PM
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