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The City has received word that the County Highway Department will be filling in and concreting over the medians along New Town Blvd. The project will require New Town Boulevard to be closed for the duration of the work, and detour routes will be posted directing motorists around the closure. Phase I will start on October 14 and should be completed by October 24.
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Renovations of the City Hall parking garage are complete, and the garage has reopened for business. Thank you to everyone for your patience! Parking will be free through October 3. Thereafter, the usual fee of $2 will apply weekdays before 3:30p. As always, the garage remains free of charge weekdays after 3:30p and on weekends.
Through October 31, 2014, not-for-profit charities in the City and County may apply to receive proceeds from the upcoming Mayor's Charity Ball.
In Nov. 2012 and Apr. 2013, voters passed bond issues to construct two new facilities as well as to make critical repairs to the City Hall parking garage. See the pages below for project updates:
»Public Safety facility
»Public Works facility
»Parking Garage renovation
The City is sponsoring the 11th Annual St. Charles City Lights Awards, the City’s holiday display contest. The contest is open to all St. Charles City residents and businesses. The City is welcoming nominations through Wednesday, November 26, 2014. Nominations can be made for lit or non-lit displays and can be for any worthy display including your own.
The City of St. Charles is moving forward with a plan to improve the entrance corridor along Fifth Street.
Recently, 24/7 Wall Street, an organization that delivers financial news and opinions over the internet, reviewed data on the 550 cities with populations of 65,000 or more as measured by the U.S. Census Bureau. The end results ranked St. Charles as one of the “50 Best Cities to Live." In fact, St. Charles was identified as the 47th best city in which to live nationwide!