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Municipal Building Display Window Information

Now accepting reservations for your business or community event for 2020!

The Municipal Building has two display windows available to promote your St. Charles business or community event at no cost to you. One is an external window that faces Main Street; the other is an internal window located in the lobby.  Both windows tend to book up quickly. While the external window has been partially reserved for 2020, there are some openings. The internal window has more available dates. 

Census Results can Impact Community Initiatives

Once every 10 years, America counts every resident in the United States. In March 2020, every address in the U.S. will receive a mailed census questionnaire and your participation is essential to its success. In order to get an accurate representation of the population in the U.S., everyone needs to participate. When you fill out the census, your personal information is kept confidential.

Why is the census important?

Toys for Kids Drop Off at the Municipal Building

A long-time advisory board member for The Salvation Army Joe K. Anderson Community Center in St. Charles, Jim Wheeler made it his life mission to make sure no child in the Tri-Cities went without presents on Christmas morning. The program Jim started 32 years ago continues on. Drop Boxes are located at several places around town, including the lobby of the Municipal Building. Contact the Salvation Army at 630.377.2769 for more information. 

Giving Opportunity: Neighbors in Need

Neighbors in Need helps financially struggling St. Charles residents pay their City utility bills. If you would like to donate, write an amount on the payment stub of your utility bill and add it to the amount of your payment. Online payers can drop off a check or mail it to: Neighbors in Need, City of St. Charles, 2 E. Main St., St. Charles, IL 60174. 100% of donations go directly to helping St. Charles residents.

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