Anticipated construction work for the week of July 15-19
East Side Streets
- Cedar Avenue – Sawcutting for concrete removals, milling asphalt, patching asphalt
- Fieldgate Road – No work at this time.
- Majestic Oaks Drive – Milling asphalt
- State Avenue – Sawcutting for concrete removals, milling asphalt, patching asphalt
West Side Streets
The City of St. Charles is a motivated partner in helping to preserve our existing downtown building stock, fill vacancies, and attract new businesses to 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. This plan identified three areas of opportunity.
The City of St. Charles does not require general business licenses. Licenses are required for:
Are you seeking to open a business or purchase/lease commercial property in St. Charles? A comprehensive and interactive database of available site is linked from the City's Economic Development portal, Think St. Charles.
For further assistance on locating your business in St. Charles, contact the Community & Economic Development Department at (630) 377-4443 or email to email@example.com.
The Facade Improvement Program is a reimbursement / matching grant program administered by the City of St. Charles to encourage the rehabilitation and restoration of the exterior of buildings in the downtown area.
Please carefully review the application materials.
The Corridor Improvement Program is designed to enhance the physical appearance of private property along the City’s most traveled corridors.
Note: The Corridor Improvement Program has not been funded for the City's current fiscal year, May 2021-April 2022.