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Blood Drive May 1 at City Hall

The Heartland Blood Center will hold a blood drive at City Hall on April 25, 12 to 5 p.m.  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 the Heartland Blood Center website. The new online procedure requires donors to register with a username and password. Once registered, you will be able to track your donations and other information online and quickly sign up for future blood drives. Read more »

Happy Birthday St. Charles Connect!

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 Sponsors Blood Drive August 28 at the Public Works Facility, 12 to 4:30 p.m.

The City is sponsoring a blood drive August 28, from 12-4:30 p.m., at the Public Works Facility, 1405 South 7th Avenue.  All donors will receive an Oberweis gift card. Read more »

Blood Drive at City Hall

April 25, 12 to 5 p.m.

The Heartland Blood Center will hold a blood drive at City Hall April 25, 12 to 5 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome, but an appointment will ensure a quick and efficient donation (usually around 20-30 minutes). Giving blood is one of the most rewarding donations you can make, and every donations helps save lives. Schedule your appointment online, at https://ht.heartlandbc.org. The new online procedure requires donors to register with a username and password. Read more »

Serve On City Boards and Commissions

The City’s various commissions are an interesting and active way to get involved in City government. The commissions discuss important matters in great detail and make recommendations to the City Council. They work closely with City staff on projects large and small that have a great impact on residents and businesses, both now and far into the future. Read more »

Get Involved

Traditional methods of resident input are always available, but the City has taken on special initiatives to proactively seek out the unique insights of people throughout the community and provide different input opportunities to suit a variety of preferences. Every resident is encouraged to participate in any or all of these opportunities. We know how much everyone cares about the future of St. Charles, and City staff want to work in partnership to make that vision a reality.

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