Black History Month

Black History Month celebrates the achievements of the black community and offers a window into the past, present, and future of significant people, places, and events. It offers a time of reflection and celebration in a city that continues to grow more diverse by the day. This space is dedicated to the many black authors, poets, politicians, and more that contribute to the stories and voices of the black community. Learn more about the programming, events, and stories here.

Do you require an accessible format or communication support?

The Corporation of the City of Windsor will, upon request, provide or arrange for the provision of accessible formats and communication supports for persons with disabilities, including available emergency procedures, plans, and/or public safety information. It will consult with the person making the request in determining the suitability of an accessible format or communication support. It will provide the agreed-upon accessible formats and communication supports:

(a) in a timely manner that takes into account the person’s accessibility needs due to disability; and

(b) at a cost that is no more than the regular cost charged to other persons.

For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries on accessibility or for accessible formats or communication supports, please contact:

Gayle Jones
Accessibility & Diversity Officer
Suite 408, 400 City Hall Square East
Windsor, Ontario
N9A 7K6
Phone: (519) 255-6100 ext. 6601
Bell Relay Service is available to assist in placing a call from customs who use a TTY/teletypewriter. For TTY, type 711 for the operator, and by telephone, dial 1-800-855-0511.

Amherstburg Freeedom Museum University of Windsor Resources Windsor Arts Council Region Diversity Committee Windsor Historical Society