Saint Charles has something for everyone, from its many festivals and open air music venues to its interesting shops and restaurants, parks and recreation, historic buildings, and tours. We want all citizens to enjoy the City to fullest capacity, including people with disabilities.
Our Citizens with Disabilities Board and the City of Saint Charles are doing everything possible within the limits of the Americans with Disabilities Act and beyond to ensure that all people, regardless of ability, have equal access to commerce, civic life, arts and entertainment, services, education, and employment.
The vision of the City of Saint Charles, is of a community where all children and adults are supported through their challenges, valued for their diversity and fully included as they choose. Therefore, the Citizens with Disabilities Board would like to spread awareness and recognition that March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
Please see below for our Accessibility Guidebook. This guidebook is full of helpful information for the citizens of our community.
The City of St. Charles' Accessibility Guidebook for People with Disabilities (PDF) is now available. Whether you are a resident of Saint Charles or a visitor, you will find this book a valuable resource for services, commerce, and entertainment.
To obtain your printed copy, please call the Community Development Department at 636-949-3224.