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Ontario Hall - 67 University Avenue

Location:Ontario Hall Front Entrance
Ontario Hall is located on University Avenue between Grant Hall and Douglas Library.  

Entrances

East (accessible):
A moderately sloped concrete ramp leads to the accessible entrance with a power door on the east side of the building along the southern stairway entrance which opens into the basement level. Safety note: the threshold of this entrance is uneven.

West (main):
This main entrance on the west side of the building is only enterable by a curved staircase upwards to the main level of the building or a staircase in the middle to the basement level.

Building Accessibility Features

Corridors: There are doors that act as barriers in the corridors that do not have power door operator buttons.

Elevators: The elevator is located in the middle of the building and allows access to all levels of the building. There is no braille, nor mirrored walls or much room within.

Wayfinding: There is small signage beside the main and alternative entrances.

Washrooms: There are dedicated male and female multi-user accessible washrooms on the second floor, however they do not have power door operators to enter.

Classrooms: Check the classroom website for the accessibility of Ontario Hall classrooms.

Parking: Permit parking is available adjacent to the building, on 5th Field Company Lane and in the parking lot behind Kingston Hall.  There are three accessible meter spaces on the north side of Stuart Street opposite the Underground Parking Garage entrance.

Water Fountain: There is an accessible water fountain with a bottle fill station in the first-floor lobby.

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