Check the 2014 Leaf Collection Map and Schedule above for boundaries, schedule and availability. Read more »
West Side Streets
Saw cutting started on west side streets the week of June 29. Storm sewer work started on Avalon Court the week of June 29 and has been completed. Additional saw cutting, curb, sidewalk and utility repairs are scheduled to take place on west side streets the week of July 6. The affected streets are Greenwood Lane, Oxmoor Court, Mockingbird Court, Crabapple Lane, Avalon Court, South 8th Street and 8th Court.
East Side Streets
Saw cutting may be taking place on some east side streets the week of July 6.
N. Tyler Road
The work completed for the week ending July 4, 2015 included the continued installation of fire hydrants and valve vaults along 5th Avenue. The Iroquois side street connection was also completed this week. Flushing and pressure testing of the new watermain has been postponed until correct parts are obtained. Read more »
Fireworks for the St. Charles Independence Day Celebration on Saturday, July 4, will be held at Pottawatomie Park. To accommodate the large volume of traffic, additional parking restrictions will be posted and in effect on several local streets. Motorists are encouraged to check carefully for posted restrictions before parking. The following streets are among those with added restrictions:
The work completed for the week ending June 27, 2015 included removal of most steel plates in the roadway and replacement with temporary patching. Fire hydrant installation continued on the 5th Avenue watermain heading south. Due to the weather, flushing and pressure testing of the new watermain has been postponed to the week of June 28th. Read more »
The City of St. Charles is committed to providing a continuous supply of safe, reliable and economical water to its customers.
St. Charles has an effective program for combating mosquito outbreaks, which includes surveillance and monitoring, larval control and adult control. The objective is to reduce the potential of mosquito-borne disease transmission.
What you can do: Read more »
Did you receive a new tree in the parkway in front of your home this spring? To minimize transplant shock for new trees and promote healthy plantings: Read more »