Reminder: There is a 24-hour time limit to park on any street in the City of St. Charles. This parking time limit supports the premise that City streets are for the movement of vehicles, not the storage of vehicles. If a vehicle is to be parked longer than 24 hours, it must be parked on the owner’s property.
After a review of tow fees by the Police Department and approval by City Council, the following fees will be in place beginning February 2013:
Where/how do I pay a parking ticket?
There are many ways you may pay for parking tickets.
The St. Charles Police Department has had an overweight truck enforcement program since 1991, with the first set of scales for the weighing of trucks purchased in 1994.
If a bike is lost or stolen, registration assures that, if recovered, the bike can be traced to its owner. Bicycle permits are issued only to residents of St. Charles for a $1 fee per bike. Apply at the Police Department and receive a metal tag to affix to your bicycle. Please have the following information about your bicycle ready when registering:
The Citizen Priorities Survey indicated transportation and traffic as one area of municipal government citizens were most concerned about. In the survey, comments and questions were offered, and over the next several issues of this supplement, we would like to begin to address some of the concerns.