We’ve had a pretty wet Spring so far, but remember conservation regulations are now in effect. The ordinance (St. Charles Municipal Code Section 13.16.205) regulates day and time limits on the use of portable sprinklers and in-ground sprinkling systems (not hand-held hoses) to: Read more »
Throughout 2012, the City of St. Charles stayed committed to following a fiscally prudent path to keep a line on expenditures and tax levels. The success of these strategies is evident in our continued strong financial performance, which recently was recognized by Moody’s Investor Service with an Aa1 debt rating. In their report, Moody’s cited the City’s “strong financial operations and solid reserve levels.” Read more »
The winter weather finally caught up with us. And when the cold winds blow, people often leave their cars unattended to warm the engines or “run into a gas station just for a minute.” Illinois law states: No person driving or in charge of a motor vehicle shall permit it to stand unattended without first stopping the engine, locking the ignition, and removing the key from the ignition.” Also, car thieves look for vehicles left running and unattended, especially around convenient stores and gas stations. Read more »
- Title 5, Business Licenses and Regulations - St. Charles Municipal Codebook
- Frequently Asked Questions: What Are the City's Laws on Soliciting?
Time Period Covered
Whether Commercial or Charitable, the registration is good only for the time period the solicitor indicates on the registration form.
Approval Date: November 6, 2006
Effective Date: January 1, 2007
The City of St. Charles is fortunate to have numerous community organizations that provide desirable and beneficial services. Some of those organizations receive tax dollars or public funds to aide in their efforts. Read more »
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