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Our Accessibility Story

Partnerships with impact

The City of Regina and architect team worked closely with the following community groups to ensure the building process met the accessibility needs of the citizens of Regina:

  • Accessibility Advisory Committee
  • Office of Disability Issues for Saskatchewan
  • Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission
  • Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
  • CNIB
  • The Big Sky Centre for Learning and Being Astonished Inc.
Signage & Wayfinding
  • Braille is available on all room signage
  • Brightly coloured signage for to designate each stadium level and signage designed with visual impairments in mind
  • The wide concourse makes it easier for guests to make their way around the stadium easier and more comfortably
  • Tactile wayfinding strips are in place at all main entrance gates and three elevator lobbies
  • Tactile panels are installed at all PED ramps
Washrooms & Elevators
  • Nine, voice-equipped elevators are located around the stadium
  • Nine large, universal-inclusive, accessible washrooms
  • One of the washrooms has an overhead lift for transfers and adult plinth for personal care needs
  • All standard public washrooms (53 in total) have at least one accessible stall
Accessibility Features
  • 300 hearing assist devices using Listen Technologies Corporation are available from the guest services booths
  • The fire alarm system is equipped with strobe lights
  • All concession stands counters are set at standard accessible heights
  • Every door in the stadium has lever handle instead of door knobs
  • 40 power-assisted doors are in place throughout the stadium

Accessible Seating

We wanted to make sure that guests with accessible needs can watch a game or event from anywhere in the stadium and have their family there with them and designed our seating arrangements with everyone’s needs in mind. This includes:

  • Twenty three accessible seating pods are located on every level with 271 accessible/ companion seats (157 and 114 respectively)
  • Power stations were included in the majority of the accessible seating pods to allow users to charge their chairs or other devices (e.g. breathing apparatus)
  • Each of the 38 suites and the AGT Lounge have dedicated accessible viewing spaces Guests with accessible needs have access to a variety of seating options
  • 14 of the accessible seating pods are located on the main concourse level as you enter Mosaic Stadium, so guests do not have to go up the elevators, stairs or ramps to get to their seats
  • Accessible seating areas are gated so those in those areas can sit comfortably without getting congested by the crowd
  • Accessible drink counter tops have been installed in all of the accessible pods following feedback from the community