News regarding St. Charles area businesses
The City is implementing new eProcurement software that will automatically notify registered suppliers when a new bid, quote, or proposal opportunity is available. When registering, vendors select categories for which they want to receive email notifications regarding solicitation opportunities and status updates.
There is no cost to vendors to register or participate. Step-by-step directions guide interested suppliers through the entire registration and solicitation process.
In October, staff from the City’s Community and Economic Development Department attended the annual Deal Making Convention at Navy Pier in Chicago hosted by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). The event offered an opportunity to promote the City of St. Charles as a place to do business and network with developers, real estate professionals and retailers looking to expand their presence in the Chicagoland area. Continue reading more about this, including what developers were interested in, in our Inside St. Charles blog.
Mayor Raymond Rogina, acting as Liquor Control Commissioner, enforced local liquor ordinances for one local business at a hearing before the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission on April 15, 2019.
- Deepa Foods, Inc. d/b/a 7-Eleven, 2400 E. Main Street. Suite 116, was cited for a liquor tax violation. Licensee was required to pay a $250 fine and $500 in court costs.
Unfortunately, scammers don’t take time off for the holidays. We have received reports from businesses about a couple of scams.
Sponsored by the St. Charles Corridor Improvement Commission
Matching grants are available for approved improvements to the landscape and streetscape of downtown properties located in Special Service Area SSA1B or frontage properties on Main St., Randall Rd., Kirk Rd. and Rt. 38.