Water main improvements along the west side of South 19th Street between West Main Street and Walnut Drive, and 200 feet west along the north side of Walnut Drive are underway, with most of the new water main installed. Testing and chlorination of the new water main will take place the week of April 21, 2014. Final connections of the new water main to the existing water main are expected to be completed the last week of April, with anticipated completion and final restoration by the end of May.
Restricted Watering Times Effective May 1 through August 31
The Heartland Blood Center will hold a blood drive May 1, 12 to 5 p.m., at the Municipal Building, 2 E. Main St. The event is sponsored by the City of St. Charles and the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club. Walk-ins are welcome, but an appointment will ensure a quick and efficient donation (usually around 20-30 minutes). To make an appointment online, visit https://ht.heartlandbc.org. The new online procedure requires donors to register with a username and password. Read more »
Wednesday, April 23, 7:00 p.m., City Council Chambers
Suhr Has Been Serving as Interim Director Since August 2013
City Administrator Mark Koenen will recommend the appointment of Peter Suhr as Director of Public Works at the April 21, 2014, City Council meeting. Pending Council approval, Suhr’s appointment will be effective May 1, 2014. He has served as Interim Director of Public Works for the last 9 months. Read more »
In May St. Charles turns 180 and the City would like to invite all citizens to a special 180th Anniversary recognition. At the May 5 City Council Meeting, Mayor Raymond Rogina will deliver brief remarks, then cake and ice cream sundaes will be served, courtesy of Blue Goose and Colonial Café and Ice Cream. Join us to celebrate our rich heritage as we look forward to continuing our promising future.
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May 5, Council Chambers, 7 p.m.
In May St. Charles turns 180 and the City would like to invite all citizens to a special 180th Anniversary recognition.
The February 2014 Shop St. Charles Challenge winner was local resident Mark Rafferty. Mark chose Charlestowne Theater, ZaZa's and HobbyTown as the topics for his Shop St. Charles Challenge reviews:
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