Bid Alderman Martin a Fond Farewell at the May 4 City Council Meeting

Newly Elected and Reelected Alderman also will be Sworn in at the Meeting

Fourth Ward Alderman Jim Martin, who earlier this year announced he would not run for reelection, officially ends his term May 4. All are invited to wish him a fond farewell at the May 4 City Council Meeting, 7 pm, in Council Chambers.

Also at that meeting, Fourth Ward Alderman-Elect Steven Gaugel officially will be sworn in, along with returning aldermen Daniel P. Stellato, Ward 1; Rita Anne Payleitner, Ward 2; Todd A. Bancroft, Ward 3; and Ed Bessner, Ward 5.

2015 Arbor Day Celebration is April 24

4 p.m. in Lincoln Park  

Spring is finally here! Celebrate at the annual Arbor Day event in St. Charles Friday, April 24, at 4 p.m. in Lincoln Park on Main Street. 

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Structure Fire 2901 Royal Fox Drive

At 11:36 p.m. April 15, the St. Charles Fire Department responded to a reported house fire at 2901 Royal Fox Drive. 

City of St Charles News

Update: Water Service Restored at Prairie & 16th Streets

Water Main Break Repaired

At approximately  10:30 a.m. April 15, a water main break caused a significant flow of water, creating temporary street and yard flooding. The City Water and Street Divisions repaired the break at about midnight April 15.

City of St. Charles’ Spring Hydrant Flushing Gets Underway in April

Regular maintenance of the City’s water distribution system includes annual hydrant flushing. 

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Green Tip

April 2015 – Green Idea

You’ve heard of Random Acts of Kindness, but how about Random Acts of Green? April 22nd is Earth Day, a global movement that calls for people on every continent to commit to at least one act of environmental service.  You can help by riding your bike to work, recycling your waste, picking up trash or using cold water for laundry. Try a Random Act of Green and let’s all make a difference.