The Den newsletter
Get an update on the latest happenings at the City from Mayor Rogina & Ward 1 Alderman Dan Stellato. In-person tickets are sold out, but you can participate virtually. Registration is $10. Sign up at www.stcharleschamber.com
Kane County voters have three convenient ways to vote in this year’s General Election:
Since 1892, St. Charles has operated its own electric utility. It is one of 2,000+ community electric utilities nationwide that provides not-for-profit electric service to its citizens. National Public Power Week recognizes electric utility staff for operating and maintaining reliable, efficient electric service.
What are the Benefits of Having a Local Power Utility?
1. We work for each and every resident and business of St. Charles, not a group of shareholders.
The St. Charles Wastewater Treatment Plant renovation project recently was featured in the September issue of Treatment Plant Operator Magazine, a nationally distributed magazine dedicated to municipal wastewater professionals.
The St. Charles Natural Resources Commission is seeking high school and college students to fill openings for Student Commissioners. If you’re a high school student or a college student residing in St. Charles, and interested in green infrastructure, trees, environmental programs and awareness, natural resources conservation and education, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630-377-4405.
The City does not ban parking on city streets overnight for most vehicles. There are, however, restrictions on parking Recreational and Commercial vehicles overnight.
Which vehicles are allowed to park on City streets overnight?
One passenger car or a truck with a “B” license plate, such as a pickup truck.
How long can allowed vehicles be parked on the street?
No longer than 24 hours.
Which vehicles are not allowed to park overnight?
When preparing your leaves for collection, do not place the leaves on the street. This is a violation of City code and residents may be subject to a fine up to $500. The public storm system plays a vital role in protecting our properties and roadways from flooding during rain events. The system’s ability to effectively convey storm water runoff during heavy rains can be compromised due to leaves and litter being washed down the street in a rain storm and plugging the grates and inlets.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the St. Charles Fire Department will not be holding an open house for Fire Prevention Safety Week this year. However our firefighters will be producing a series of fire safety videos to spread the word about fire prevention and safety that we will post on our YouTube channel.