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The 39th annual Christmas Traditions festival is underway. The festival runs Saturdays and Sundays and Wednesday and Friday evenings through December 24. Visit the Christmas Traditions website for a complete listing of events and activities.
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The Mayor's Charity Ball will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014, at the St. Charles Convention Center. Funds raised from this event support several St. Charles charities. For information on buying tickets, call (636) 949-3268.
See Click Fix is a new program enabling citizens to report issues via a mobile application. This gives residents and business owners an opportunity to report and track non-emergency issues using their smart phones. Don’t have a smartphone? No problem! Access the app online by visiting SeeClickFix.com, then type in “St. Charles, MO” to get started.
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In November 2012 and April 2013 City voters passed bond issues to construct two new facilities as well as to make critical repairs to the City Hall parking garage. Visit the pages below to see how these projects are coming along.
»Visit New Public Safety Facility Page
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»Visit City Hall Parking Garage Repair Page
On January 1, 2014, a new law regarding smoking and non-smoking facility signs will take effect in the City of St. Charles. The purpose of the new ordinance is to inform residents, visitors, and patrons whether smoking is allowed or prohibited in a public place before they enter the establishment.
The City of St. Charles has applied for a grant to improve the entrance corridor along Fifth Street. The project would extend the environment of nationally recognized St. Charles Main Street throughout a redevelopment district as well as provide a model for livable communities that promote an active lifestyle and reduce long-term infrastructure needs.
»Read the application and related support documents
The City’s new Water Line Insurance Program, approved by a simple majority of the voters in November 2012, will go into effect on January 1, 2014. The program is for single-family households and other residential properties of four units or less.
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