Door-to-door soliciting is permissible within the City of St. Charles. However, both charitable and commercial solicitors are required to obtain approval and register prior to soliciting. According to City code, sections 5.36.020 & 5.36.030: Read more »
Temporary Closures are for Sewer Line Work
From June 9, 2014 to July 3, 2014, a contractor for the City Sanitary Sewer division will be working on sanitary sewer lines near the intersection of the Illinois Ave. Bridge and Riverside Ave.
Working in partnership with state agencies and officials, the Kane County Foreclosure Task Force will host two “Mortgage Relief Project” workshops in Elgin and Aurora. HUD-certified housing counselors will be on hand at both events to assist homeowners interested in avoiding foreclosure and/or learning about mortgage options/modifications. To register for the event or for more Mortgage Relief Project information, call toll-free at 1.800.532.8785 or visit www.idfpr.com. Read more »
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, each year, nationwide, about 300 children under age 5 drown in swimming pools. And 2,000 more are treated in hospital emergency rooms for submersion injuries. Read more »
It’s summertime in St. Charles. Time to get out and enjoy the beautiful parks, relaxing riverwalk and miles of trails throughout the city.
Enjoy this look back at Public Works - Streets and Police services through the years, photos courtesy of the St. Charles Heritage Center. And when you’re in town, stop by to see the Heritage Center’s historical exhibits in the display windows of the Municipal Center.
Connect with the city right from your mobile device. Download our St. Charles Connect app at www.stcharlesil.gov/connect.
Aiston Spent 30 Years in Public Service
Chris Aiston, Economic Development Director for the City of St. Charles, has announced that he will retire Wednesday, July 31, after 30 years in government service.
The St. Charles Police Department will host its first ever Youth Police Academy this summer. Read more »