The city of Rivière-du-Loup is launching a map of its rest areas and parks, the main aim of which is to identify the toilets available throughout the city. The map thus corresponds to an unusual but repeatedly expressed request during the consultations on updating the map Family and senior citizen policy.
The plan lists municipal and public places where toilets are accessible, as well as businesses that have agreed to open their doors to older people and families.
A logo in the window identifies the various participating locations. In addition, the map listing these locations is available online and in print, particularly at City Hall, the Premier Tech Center and the Library.
The aim is to prevent citizens from being surprised during long walks on the community’s streets.
In order to kill two birds with one stone, the city determined the location of the city parks in the same plan. A description of the infrastructure and equipment provided to them (play modules, picnic tables, etc.) is also available.
A guide to help seniors choose their living environment
With this in mind, the city is publishing the guide Choose your living environment carefully. The aim of the document is to support seniors and their families in choosing a living environment for older people.
The guide provides food for thought and lists the services available in Rivière-du-Loup.
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