St. Charles Police Department Youth Police Academy Registration Deadline is June 5

The class will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 15-19, and is open to ages 13-16

Free Community Shredding Event June 6

Saturday, June 6, 10 a.m. to Noon

The St. Charles Police Department and KCT Credit Union are hosting a free community shredding event to help citizens keep important information out of the hands of identity thieves. 

City of St Charles News

St. Charles Connect: A Convenient Way to Get in Touch with the City

Spring is when the harsh effects of the past winter become evident, as pot holes and downed tree limbs reveal themselves. Maintaining our streets and parkways is an important City service. The City relies on our residents to help be additional eyes and ears on the condition of the City.

City of St Charles News
City of St Charles News

America in Bloom Committee Chooses Planting Colors

The City will be Adorned in Pink, Purple, White and Yellow

The St. Charles America in Bloom Committee is digging right in to prepare our community for the 2015 America in Bloom national awards program.

City of St Charles News

City of St. Charles Receives Top Fire Protection Rating

Ranking could Mean Lower Fire Insurance Rates for St. Charles Residents and Businesses

The City of St. Charles has been awarded a Class 1 rating for Fire Protection from the Insurance Services Office (ISO), designating St. Charles  as one of only 99 cities out of 45,000 surveyed in the United States to earn the elite ISO Class 1 status. 

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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.