Commission on Disability

The Commission on Disability advocates for accessibility in public places and services for people with disabilities. It coordinates and carries out programs designed to meet the challenges of living with a disability in coordination with programs of the State Office on Disability. The Commission meets during the year and files an annual report printed in the Annual Town Report. Appointments are made by the Board of Selectmen.

To view the Mission Statement for the Commission on Disability click here: Mission Statement


Seeking new members!
Whether you are a person with a disability, a family member of someone with a disability, or just passionate about equal access for everyone, consider joining the Commission.
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General Information

Commission Meeting Dates
The Commission on Disability meets on the last Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at the Sudbury Senior Center.

Please check the "Meetings" link at the top of our website for the most updated schedule of meetings.

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Bylaws, Sudbury Commission on Disability By-Laws adopted March 27, 2007 March 28, 2007
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Commission on Disability

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Commission on Disability Application for membership May 21, 2012
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Mission Statement April 28, 2010
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Emergency Preparedness

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Disaster Supply Kit The Mass. Emergency Management Agency has created a list of recommended supplies to be kept in preparation for an emergency. December 8, 2011
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Health Department

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Inactivated Influenza Vaccine Fact Sheet Read more for information about the Inactivated Influenza Vaccine September 1, 2010
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Live Intranasal Influenza Vaccine Fact Sheet Read more for information about the live intranasal influenza vaccine. September 1, 2010
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What to Know and Do After a Flood This document will give guidance to homeowners on what to be prepared for and do after a flood. March 17, 2010
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Commission on Disability

I don't drive. How can I get around Town?
People 60 and older and people with disabilities can ride the Council on Aging Van.  It is equipped with a wheelchair lift, and provides service from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM Monday through Friday within Sudbury.  The fare is $1.00 each way.  The cost of operating the van is paid by the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority.  To schedule a ride, call 978-443-3055.

Senior Center

Is there a van service that can help me get around in Sudbury?

The Senior Center operates a wheelchair lift-equipped van for Sudbury seniors and people with disabilities that will pick you up at your place of residence and bring you to the Senior Center and any other destination in Sudbury. It will later return you to your place of residence.

The van operates 8:30 AM to 3 or 3:30 PM Monday-Friday.  The fare is $1.00 one way.  The entire cost of operating the van, including the driver's salary and benefits and repairs to the vehicle are paid through an agreement with the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA).

To schedule a ride, call the Senior Center at 978-443-3055.

Current Members

Name Position Address Term End Date
Lotte Diomede Chairman 66 Dudley Rd 3 05/31/2017
VACANCY Member 3 05/31/2015
VACANCY Member 3 05/31/2014
VACANCY Member 3 05/31/2015
Patricia L. Elgart Member 8 Howell Rd 3 05/31/2016
Stephen L. Parker Member 103 Moore Rd 3 05/31/2015
Peter Sargent Member 12 Codjer Ln 3 05/31/2015
Susan J.. Stocker Member 45 Maplewood Ave 3 05/31/2015

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May 29, 2014 ( 6:30 PM) Fairbank Community Center - Room 1 (TV Rm) Agenda
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