The City of St. Charles has lifted capacity restrictions and resumes non-essential services following Governor JB Pritzker’s announcement that the State of Illinois has entered Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois Plan June 11, 2021.
Phase 5 allows all sectors of the economy to reopen and resume normal operations with new safety guidance and procedures. Conventions, festivals, and large events can take place.
“I am excited that we are finally at this point where we can start to get back to normal,” said Mayor Lora Vitek. “It’s encouraging to see summer activities resume. I want to thank our residents and businesses for coming together as a community to get us through the COVID crisis. I look forward to all we will accomplish in post-pandemic St. Charles.”
While the City of St. Charles continued to provide essential services to residents and businesses throughout the COVID-19 crisis, beginning June 14, 2021, non-essential services resume as well.
Conducting Business in City Buildings
- City buildings are open to serve residents during normal business hours, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- In accordance with CDC Guidelines, masks are not required for fully vaccinated visitors, and the CDC recommends unvaccinated individuals wear a mask and maintain a 6-ft social distance.
- Hand sanitizer will continue to be available.
- Capacity limits are lifted for in-person attendance.
- When attending public meetings, please refer to CDC mask guidance.
- The City will continue to make video teleconferencing via Zoom an option. Details at www.stcharlesil.gov/meetings.
- Council and Committee meetings also are posted on the City’s YouTube Channel.
Non-Essential Services Resume
- Municipal Building meeting room reservations
- Municipal Building display window reservations
- Police Station meeting room reservations
- Police Station tours
- Child safety seat checks at the Police Station
- Citizen’s Police Academy (watch for details in Spring 2022)
- Prescription drug disposal at the Police Station
- Solicitor permit applications