For weather-related cancellations due to snow, severe rainstorms, tornadoes, etc., please call 630-513-6200.
For policies and procedures on registering for Park District programs and/or events, click here.
Meeting Special Needs
The District welcomes participation in all activities by individuals with disabilities and special needs by working cooperatively with the Fox Valley Special Recreation Association. The District is committed to inclusion by providing public recreation services in the most integrated setting, providing to the maximum extent feasible for interaction between people with and without disabilities. If you or a household member has a special need or request for reasonable accommodation in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, please indicate so at least two weeks in advance of an activity start date. Please understand that failure to provide timely and appropriate notice of a special need and/or request for reasonable accommodation may result in a delay in registration. For more details, call 630-513-6200 or click here.
Park District Boundaries
The Park District’s boundaries are similar to those of St. Charles Township. The only area in the Township’s boundaries, not in the Park District’s boundaries, is the Sugar Ridge subdivision in South Elgin. The following areas are located outside of the St. Charles Township, but are included within the Park District’s boundaries:
Far East Side — Pheasant Run Resort & Convention Center, Pheasant Run Trails, and Pheasant Run Court.
Far Northwest Side — The northern portion of Thornwood Subdivision in South Elgin which includes the following streets: Courtland Drive, Oakview Court, West Ellington Court, and East Ellington Court.
The St. Charles Park District assumes no risk or legal liability for injuries associated with a Park District program. Program participants must sign a waiver of liability as part of their program registration. Be sure to check your own insurance coverage before registering for any park district program or activity.
The Park Board recognizes the health hazards associated with smoking and the use of tobacco products. Therefore, the Park District discourages smoking and the use of tobacco products at ALL Park District programs, events, and co-sponsored activities.
Photo and Video Policy
Photos and videos are often taken of people participating in SCPD programs and activities. All persons registering for an SCPD program or using public SCPD park properties or facilities thereby agree that any photograph or videotape taken by SCPD may be used in publicizing and promoting SCPD including its electronic media, videotapes, brochures, flyers and other publications without additional, prior notice or permission and without compensation to the participant. Staff does not use any identification in marketing materials. Persons on public property who do not want to be photographed or videotaped should tell the photographer.
Code of Conduct
To ensure safe and enjoyable programs and facilities for all residents, the St. Charles Park District has the following Code of Conduct:
Participants in programs and using facilities shall:
- Show respect to all participants, staff, equipment, supplies and facilities.
- Refrain from using offensive or profane language.
- Refrain from aggressive behavior which could cause bodily harm.
The St. Charles Park District applies a caring, positive approach to discipline. The staff reviews rules with participants as necessary; however, the St. Charles Park District reserves the right to dismiss a participant whose behavior endangers the safety of themselves or others, causes property damage or exposes participants to offensive/profane language.
Brochure Mail Delivery
The St. Charles Park District relies upon the St. Charles Post Office for mail delivery of our seasonal brochures and mailings. THE PARK DISTRICT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAIL DELIVERY. If for some reason you do not receive a brochure and you are a Park District resident, please pick one up at the Pottawatomie Community Center, 8 North Avenue, or the Baker Community Center, 101 S. Second Street.
Use Regulation Ordinances
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