The city has developed a transition plan to make city streets, sidewalks and trails more accessible, as outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The plan specifically addresses city policies, programs and steps needed to ensure public facilities within public right of way are ADA compliant and accessible to all individuals.
The transition plan provides a better understanding of how St. Louis Park is working to improve access for everyone in the right of way, including the addition of pedestrian ramps with truncated domes and audible pedestrian signals.
View the complete St. Louis Park ADA Transition Plan.
View a map of pedestrian ramps and traffic signal systems in St. Louis Park here.
- Americans with Disabilities Act website
- Hennepin County’s ADA sidewalk accessibility plan
- Minnesota Department of Transportation ADA transition plan
- Metro Transit accessibility
Filing a complaint
Residents with questions or concerns regarding accessibility are encouraged to contact the City of St. Louis Park's Engineering Director by phone or email.
The City of St. Louis Park is committed to make all city programs, services and activities accessible to everyone. Most complaints can be resolved without resorting to lengthy and costly procedures. If however, you reach at a point where it is necessary to file a formal complaint, please fill out the online ADA complaint form or download a printable complaint form (PDF) and return it to the engineering director.
Debra Heiser, engineering director
5005 Minnetonka Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Submit a comment
If you would like to submit a comment regarding the ADA transition plan, please complete the short form below.