The Office on the Disabled assists the City's being in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Office also assists the City in making it one that welcomes people of all disabilities as full and equal participants in the community. The City of St. Louis does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
As such, this Office provides assistance to people who have all types of disabilities, including but not limited to hearing, seeing, mobility, developmental, and psychiatric.
We offer the following services
- assisting City Departments to make all their services fully accessible
responding to grievances presented by individuals with disabilities
- providing people using City services alternative forms of communication as needed
- participating with other public and private organizations working to make our City fully accessible and full of opportunities
- providing individuals with information on resources to other appropriate agencies for services and for help with developing independent living strategies
- finding reasonable accommodations for disabled City employees and job applicants
- providing training on the ADA to various City agencies and others as appropriate
- working toward making the physical environment in the City as accessible as possible
City of St. Louis Accessibility Survey
The Office on the Disabled is conducting a survey about accessibility in the City of St. Louis, and we'd like to know your thoughts. Please take a few moments to complete our survey.
Take our survey