Category: St. Charles City

Human Relations Commission

The Human Relations Commission promotes respect, harmony, and understanding throughout the St. Charles community. Original Source

Planning & Zoning Commission

The Planning and Zoning Commission holds public hearings on amendments to the zoning code and rezonings, and reviews and makes recommendations on plats and site plans for development outside of the Historic District. Original Source

How To Help

Animal Control, a division of the St. Charles Police Department, is always seeking willing volunteers to help run the city’s Animal Shelter. Original Source


Access maps provided by the Community Development Department. Original Source

Little Hills / Mel Wetter Roundabout

The Mel Wetter and MO 370 Interchange Study has identified the intersection of Mel Wetter Parkway and Little Hills Expressway to have significant traffic delays and experiencing an increase traffic volume due to new developments. After a detail evaluation, a roundabout at Mel Wetter Parkway and Little Hills Expressway was the preferred alternative. Original Source

Other Services

The City of St. Charles has ordinances for pet owners to follow in order to help keep people and pets happy. Original Source


View information for residents of St. Charles. Original Source

Development Submittals

To create a subdivision, a record plat must be recorded with St. Charles County through the City of St. Charles. Original Source

Financial Reports

View financial reports from the City of St. Charles. Original Source

Plans & Strategies

Planning and Zoning is solely or partially responsible for implementing certain plans and strategies. Original Source

Trash & Recycling

The City of St. Charles contracts solid waste, yard waste, and bulky item collection and disposal with Republic Services. Original Source

Proposition U

The page provides information on Proposition U to be on the August 7, 2018 ballot for City of Saint Charles voters. Original Source

Seventh Street to Boone's Lick Stormwater Upgrade

Beginning in the 1940’s, a northern branch of Blanchette Creek was incrementally rerouted from its natural streambed into an assortment of culverts & tunnels. This branch of Blanchette Creek has a catchment area extending northwest from the intersection of Boone’s Lick Road & Fifth Street to the Lindenwood University Campus; in total, around 170 acres

Skinner Industrial Drive Trunkmain Replacement & I

The project is located along Skinner Industrial Drive at New Town Blvd. The existing 27-inch asphalt-lined corrugated metal pipe from the outlet of the Sandfort Creek force main to the 42-inch trunkmain at New Town Blvd is in poor condition and in need of replacement. The project will replace approximately 2,150 linear feet of sanitary