You are here

The Den

The Den newsletter

Be Neighborly When it Snows

Remember to Keep Sidewalks and Hydrants Clear

Please remember to act neighborly and keep your sidewalks shoveled, fire hydrants clear of snow, and street drains clear of debris after a heavy snowfall.

If you know of someone who needs assistance with keeping their sidewalk or driveway clear, pitch in and help them out.

If there is a fire hydrant close to your property, remember to help our firefighters by shoveling snow in a three- foot radius around the hydrant to keep it quickly accessible in case of emergency.

Notice of Nominating Petition Filings for the April 6, 2021, Consolidated Election

Following is the list of candidates who filed Nominating Petition packets in the City Clerk Office as of 5 p.m. Monday, December 21, 2020:

Maureen Lewis (1321 Ash Street, St. Charles)                       Mayor

Lora A. Vitek (1126 S. 6th Street, St. Charles)                         Mayor

St. Charles 708 Community Health Board to Consider Funding Requests

Applications Due Jan. 13, 2021

The St. Charles 708 Community Mental Health Board will consider requests for funding for fiscal year 2021-2022 at its annual meeting to be held on Feb. 23, 2021, at 6 p.m.  The location of the meeting and remote participation options will be determined closer to the meeting date.   

The Mental Health Board allotted approximately $611,000 in funding to organizations that serve the residents of St. Charles by providing services related to mental disorders, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and drug abuse in fiscal year 2020-2021.

Nominate A Hero

The American Red Cross is Accepting Hero Nominations for their 2021 Class of Heroes

As we all know, this year has presented unparalleled challenges nationwide. Yet, there are Heroes among us making a difference each day in our communities. The American Red Cross needs your help to recognize them.

Visit redcross.org/hero to nominate a Hero in your life.

A Great Pumpkin Success!

The City of St. Charles Natural Resources Commission hosted its 3rd annual pumpkin collection at Public Works on Saturday, November 7th.  This event has increased in popularity with residents since it was first started.

Number of pumpkins diverted from the landfill for composting: 1,671 – an increase of over 33% from 2019!

Special thanks to the Natural Resources Commissioners, St. Charles high school volunteers, Lakeshore Recycling Services and the Public Works Department

Pages