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About St Charles

A Focus on Community

City of St. Charles Mission: Heritage. Community. Service. Opportunity.

Community. It’s another cornerstone of our Mission. When done right, Community can be a powerful thing. It can bring people and organizations together for a common cause to accomplish something that makes a positive impact for everyone. But what makes a great community?

Recipe for a Great Community

America in Bloom - St. Charles: Planting Pride in Our Community

What is America in Bloom – St. Charles?

America in Bloom - St. Charles is a collaborative effort between the City of St. Charles, St. Charles Park District, local organizations, and volunteers to improve St. Charles through landscaping, environmental, and heritage preservation initiatives. The committee enters St. Charles in the America in Bloom national program each year. St. Charles took home top honors, winning its population category in 2017 and 2018. Become a volunteer.

St. Charles' 180th Anniversary Party

05/05/2014

In May St. Charles turns 180 and the City would like to invite all citizens to a special 180th Anniversary recognition. At the May 5 City Council Meeting, Mayor Raymond Rogina will deliver brief remarks, then cake and ice cream sundaes will be served, courtesy of Blue Goose and Colonial Café and Ice Cream. Join us to celebrate our rich heritage as we look forward to continuing our promising future.
 

Accessibility

It is the intent of the City to guarantee persons with disabilities equal opportunity to participate in or enjoy the benefits of City services, programs, or activities, and to allow them a bias-free work environment.  The City, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

About Business in St. Charles

This handsome river community maintains the reputation as the Pride of the Fox by providing exceptional services to residents and businesses! You'll love to entertain family and friends in our historic central business district. In the past ten years, five full blocks of downtown buildings have seen exterior renovation. The Downtown Strategy Plan, completed in November 2000, highlights the City's commitment to and planning for the continued health of the downtown.

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