Welcome to Summer 2019
In this brochure, you will find all the information you need to get involved & enjoy your summer with the St. Charles Park/Recreation Department.
Pool Mass Registration – April 6th @ 10am online ONLY
Online registration will be available April 6th – click here!
The City of St. Charles has pavilions which may be reserved in many of our City Parks. A rental fee & a deposit are required. For reservations or more info, please contact City Hall either by phone or in person.
Click here to reserve online!
Picnic Table Rental
There will be 4 picnic tables available for a small rental fee of $5.00 per/table. They can be reserved by stopping at City Hall.
The Park/Recreation Department has an adjustable fee scale set up for families with low incomes. If you would like to inquire about these fees, please contact the Park/Recreation Director at City Hall.
All Park/Recreation program related activities that are cancelled will be announced on the KTTC.COM & the City of St. Charles website.
For the protection of the youth, we require all t-ball, girl’s softball & boy’s baseball players to wear both hats and helmets when batting. This policy is designed to help control the annual spread of lice.
Everyone wishing to participate in a Park/Recreation program must complete a registration form/waiver & return it to the Park/Recreation Department at City Hall or the Elementary School Office by the program deadline.
In an effort to create more family involvement, the girl’s softball & boy’s baseball programs will be played on weekday evenings. The Park/Recreation Department is seeking adult volunteers to coach those teams. Teams may have more than one coach. Coaches will be expected to exemplify the Park/Recreation philosophy & model positive sportsmanship. If you are interested in coaching, please contact Rick Schaber (932-3020) as soon as possible.
Goal and Intent – The Park/Recreation Department goal for each program is to provide everyone with the opportunity to participate & to learn the basic skills & strategies of the game. It is not our intent to have a “win at all cost” attitude. Everyone receives the opportunity to participate equal amounts of time. “Kids would rather play & lose, than not play & win”. Baseball & softball teams are the only exception to this rule.