Tip: Leaves left in your yard make excellent mulch around your garden plants during the winter.
The Police Department offers safe and secure prescription drug disposal for St. Charles residents. The program has been a great success in keeping medications out of the environment (landfills, water supply, etc.) and in preventing possible substance abuse. Read more »
Check your furnace and change the filter or make repairs if needed. Properly maintaining your furnace will conserve fuel by keeping it running efficiently and preventing leaks.
Refuse collection will follow the normal pick up schedule for the weeks of Dec. 22 & 29.
Christmas trees will be picked up during the weeks of Jan. 5 & 12, 2015, on both sides of the river on the regularly scheduled refuse day. After the two-week period, a sticker will be required for pick up. Trees are not to be placed in disposal bags. Residents should note that all decorations, including tinsel, must be removed. For questions, please contact Public Works at 630-377-4405 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more »
Residents Can Charge their Cars While Shopping or Dining Downtown
Bring your old strings of lights to the Kane County Monthly Electronics & Book Recycling Collection Event held the Second Saturday each month, from 8 a.m. – noon.
540 S. Randall Road, St. Charles, 630.208.3841.
For more information, visit www.countyofkane.org.
November is a great time to conduct food or clothing drives to help those in need. Especially useful are household goods you no longer use, canned and other non-perishable food and clothing items. After all, this is the time for giving and Thanksgiving! More on the Green page of our website.