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Update - 6/11/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of June 15-19

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

East Side Streets

  • N. 2nd Ave. – No work at this time
  • Edward Ave. – Utility repair work including water main and valve replacement
  • Fox Glen Dr. – No work at this time
  • King Richard Circle – No work at this time
  • Queen Elizabeth Ct. - No work at this time
  • Pinelands Rd. - No work at this time

West Side Streets

Update - 6/12/20

Next week the contractor is scheduled to begin tree and brush removal, as well as tree protection and temporary roadway widening, with water main replacement anticipated to begin the week of June 22nd.

Update - 06/09/20

Asphalt surface removal will begin Tuesday, June 9 on S. 7th Ave., from E. Main St. to Division St. It is anticipated to be ongoing for the remainder of the week. Expect delays when driving through this area and be extra careful, flaggers and construction workers will be out.

Update - 6/4/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of June 8-12

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

East Side Streets

  • N. 2nd Ave. – No work at this time
  • Edward Ave. – Utility repair work including water main and valve replacement
  • Fox Glen Dr. – No work at this time
  • King Richard Circle – Utility repair work
  • Queen Elizabeth Ct. - Utility repair work
  • Pinelands Rd. - No work at this time

West Side Streets

Update - 5/28/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of June 1-5

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

East Side Streets

  • N. 2nd Ave. – No work at this time
  • Edward Ave. – No work at this time
  • Fox Glen Dr. – Utility repair work and saw cutting of concrete/pavement may begin
  • King Richard Circle – No work at this time
  • Queen Elizabeth Ct. - Utility repair work and saw cutting of concrete/pavement may begin
  • Pinelands Rd. - No work at this time

West Side Streets

Update - 5/26/2020

The construction contract has been approved by City Council, and is anticipated to begin the week of June 1st.  Letters have been sent to impacted residents.  (See project webpage attachments for PDF version of the letter.)

Curbside Composting

Beginning April 6, 2020, St. Charles residents can put food scraps and other organic composting materials out at the curb along with regular yard waste for collection. Lakeshore Recycling Systems, the City of St. Charles refuse/recycling contractor, will pick up the compost material on regular collection days.

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