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Elder Watch is a free program that is designed to assist police, fire, and ambulance personnel with information that may be needed to help seniors in a crisis or medical emergency. Citizens aged 60 and over can download the two-page Elder Watch Application Form (PDF - 53k) or pick one up at the Police Department.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a part of the law enforcement profession? The St. Charles Police Department offers an annual Citizen Police Academy every spring.
The Citizens Police Academy (CPA) is meant to give residents and business owners a better understanding of how the St. Charles Police Department operates. Participants will get to meet officers face to face and discover what daily life is like for them. Some of the areas covered in the CPA include:
We encourage you to take advantage of the information and programs that are offered by the City of St. Charles Police Department. Whether it's by properly using a child's car seat or by registering your family's bicycles, we feel that by taking precautions, citizens can reduce their chances of becoming victims of an accident or a crime.
Home Security Survey
Brush Pick-Up Schedule - 2020
The Brush Pick Up program includes the months of April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November. Only residents that pay an additional monthly fee on their utility bill are eligible. Review your City utility bill to see if this fee is included, check My Neighborhood or call Utility Billing at (630) 377-4426 for verification.
As a courtesy to City of St. Charles residents, the St. Charles Police Department conducts car seat safety inspections to verify that child restraint seats are installed correctly and used safely. Our child restraint seat technicians will also teach the vehicle/seat owners the proper installation and use of the car seat.
The St. Charles Police Department currently manages nine elementary school crossings. All other crossings are managed and staffed by CUSD #303.
As part of the regular maintenance to the City’s water distribution system, the Public Works Water Division performs seasonal hydrant flushing. By simply flushing hydrants to allow water to flow rapidly through them [in a controlled manner], water quality is improved and mineral build-up in the water mains is minimized. Hydrant flushing also ensures that hydrants are ready for emergency use.
Services and Resources for Seniors
A print version of this guide is also available for download, as well as at the reception area of City Hall.