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  • City of St Charles News

    Celebrating St. Charles’ 180th Anniversary

    As the Legend of the Four Sons of Charlemagne goes,the firstborn son is the guardian of civic life, along with business and industrial life in St. Charles. April is National Volunteer Month and the perfect time to focus on St. Charles’ long, rich history of volunteerism and civic involvement, which is evident to this day.

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  • City of St Charles News

    Resident Survey Shows How St. Charles Stacks Up to Other Cities

    Last fall, 1200 surveys were distributed to a statistical sample of St. Charles residents to gather their perspectives on the overall quality of life in St. Charles. The results are promising and were presented to the Government Services Committee March 24. The survey has been administered since 1996, with the last survey being performed in 2011.

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  • City of St Charles News

    With spring in full swing, we can expect to see weather ranging from snow to severe rains and wind. Last April, regional flooding earned the area a Presidentially declared disaster.

    The City’s Emergency Management Agency (EMA) monitors the weather constantly to make sure we issue the necessary information and warnings regarding upcoming storms.

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  • It’s been a year since we launched the St. Charles Connect customer service request system accessible with a mobile app or the City website.

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  • City of St Charles News

    Activity Update

    On Feb 10., the developers of the Charlestowne Mall property provided an update on the project to the Planning and Development Committee. The Krausz Companies, Inc., purchased the site in 2013 and are planning to redevelop and relaunch the property as an enclosed mall called “The Quad” St. Charles.

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Green Tip

An annual attic inspection may not be high on your priority list, but delaying it could result in costly critter removal or serious health hazards. Rodents chewing on attic wires cause approximately 15,000 residential fires each year. And if there isn’t proper air ventilation, your attic could become a breeding ground for mold. More ideas at www.stcharlesil.gov/green.

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