The City Bar is committed to promoting accessibility and inclusion and to ensuring that individuals with a wide range of disabilities are able to fully and equally enjoy and access our facilities, programs, services and benefits. We are always seeking to improve the accessibility of our offerings in both the physical and virtual environments. If you have any questions regarding accessibility or accommodations, please contact Customer Relations at email@example.com or (212) 382-6663.
The City Bar’s building is ADA accessible by use of our sidewalk wheelchair lift located at the 42 West 44th Street entrance. The lift’s maximum capacity is 550 lbs.
Our front desk staff is always available to provide assistance. The front desk staff can be reached by pushing the intercom button located at the wheelchair lift panel on 44th street or by calling the front desk directly at (212) 382-6694.
Our building is also ADA accessible via the Bar Building, located next door at 36 West 44th Street, by taking the elevator to the second floor. Once there, press the button on the intercom to notify the front desk and gain entrance.
Single-gender accessible restrooms are located on the second floor off the Reception Area as well as opposite the CLE Training Center. There are also three all-gender restrooms located on the 3rd floor by the passenger elevator, one of which is ADA accessible.
For people who are hard of hearing, we offer sign language interpretation upon advance request and there are assistive-listening devices available at the front desk for use in our Meeting Hall. People with hearing or vision disabilities should please contact our Customer Relations Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 382-6663 and we will endeavor to accommodate you.
Service animals are welcome at the City Bar.
We appreciate that online services and programs can heighten engagement for many of our members. To that end, we currently offer the following features:
- For our online CLE programming (live webcast and on-demand), users can turn on automated closed captioning for Chrome, Safari and Edge browsers by following these instructions.
- For all programs streamed live on Zoom (whether CLE or not), automated captions or auto-transcription are enabled as the default for viewers, who may choose to leave these features on or turn them off.
- All videos posted to our website are hosted on YouTube, which offers user-enabled closed caption and transcript features. Learn how to turn captioning on and off in YouTube.
Our website is designed and built to be compatible with assistive technologies, including NVDA, JAWS, VoiceOver, and TalkBack screen readers, and to conform to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA. If we become aware of content that does not conform to these standards, we will make reasonable good faith efforts to make the content conform to the standards.