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    COVID-19 Information for the Community from the Department of Public Health

    Learn more about the virus and how the St. Charles County Department of Public Health is monitoring the health of our community. Read on...
  2. Council Chamber

    March 30 County Council Meeting Information

    Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, public attendance at the 7 p.m., Monday, March 30, St. Charles County Council meeting was through virtual presence only. Watch the meeting on YouTube. Read on...
  3. Online Services

    County Buildings Close to Public at 5 p.m., March 24; Assessor, Collector and Other Online Services

    Protecting the health of our community during the #COVID19 pandemic is a top priority for St. Charles County Government. Read about St. Charles County Government building closures and online services available. Read on...
  4. Executive Building

    Executive Order 20-06 (Requirements for Residents and Businesses)

    Please note: The Executive Orders above apply countywide, including within incorporated city limits. Please visit sccmo.org/COVID for a full list of Executive Orders related to COVID-19. Read On...
  5. Butterfly on Flower in County Park

    Information About County Park Amenities and Facilities

    While park open spaces, trails, fishing lakes, and disc golf courses remain open, visit the St. Charles County Parks website for more information on amenities and facilities closures due to COVID-19. Read on...
  6. SCCMO Counts Census Logo

    Census Vital to Community

    Watch your mailbox: Between March 12-20, households will receive an invitation to respond online to the 2020 United States Census. Learn why it is so important to complete. Read on...
  7. Road Construction

    Portion of Westwood Drive Reopens to Two-Way Traffic March 4, Construction to Continue

    The St. Charles County Highway Department reopened a portion of eastbound Westwood Drive to two-way traffic on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, following construction of new pavement, enclosed drainage, curb and gutter, and sidewalks. Read on...
  8. EFile Assessor

    St. Charles County Assessor Reminds Citizens to Declare Personal Property

    The St. Charles County Assessor will mail approximately 52,400 personal property assessment forms for 2020 by March 13 to taxpayers who failed to respond to the initial January mailing. Forms were due March 1. Late filing penalties will be applied May 1. Read on...
  9. I Voted Election Sticker

    Get Ready for 2020 Elections

    Mark your calendars – there are four elections in 2020! The St. Charles County Election Authority is preparing for a busy year at the polls. Following is a breakdown of election dates, voter registration deadlines, and other details. Read on...
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