Category: St. Charles County

MSW student contributes to Forward Through Ferguson with COVID-19 research

Lacey Corbett’s research for the Ferguson Commission identified the disproportionate effect of COVID-19 on Black communities in St. Louis. Corbett and a fellow researcher found that COVID-19 case and death rates are nearly four times higher among Black St. Louis County residents compared to white residents. She has also worked to clarify misinformation about testing

Property Sales

St Charles County periodically has property for sale. Original Source

Emergency Management

The purpose of St. Charles County Regional Emergency Management (REM) is to promote unified planning and coordination of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery before, during, and after a disaster. Original Source


If you have information regarding a crime occurring within St. Charles County and would like to report this information anonymously to the Police Department, please call us. Original Source

Request Extra Patrol / Vacation Checks

The St. Charles County Police Department provides extra patrol and vacation checks to residents and business owners of unincorporated St. Charles County at no cost. Original Source

Environmental Reports

Look up reports about transfer stations, yard waste / composting and utility landfill. Original Source

Partial and Advance Payments

With the pace and financial demands of the November and December holiday season, property tax bills often become an afterthought and a strain on many individuals and families. To help alleviate this stress, the St. Charles County Collector of Revenue is now accepting Partial and Advance Payments on property tax bills. Original Source

Upcoming Elections

Learn where to find various election day information including calendars, polling places, and committee members. Original Source

Commission on Environmental Quality

The Commission on Environmental Quality advises on policy decisions regarding the environment, and reports on any issues related to the Weldon Spring Site Remedial Action Program and surrounding area. Original Source

Healthy Travel

Many will travel for vacation, volunteer service or work this year. As they visit new and exotic destinations at an ever-increasing number, travelers can become exposed to infections, diseases and other items that threaten their well-being. To help travelers remain healthy before, during and after their journey and to assist with applications for travel identification

Travel Health Clinic

Consult with experienced nurses to determine what vaccinations, medications and other precautions may be recommended for you to travel to a desired location. Original Source

Peer Counselors

Peer counselors are non-professional WIC staff that have training in the basics of breastfeeding and who have experience breastfeeding their own babies. Original Source

Measurement Mondays

These FREE, weekly meetings invite breastfeeding moms an opportunity to consult with peer counselors on breastfeeding tips and motherhood. Time will also be available to measure their babies’ growth and receive support on nutrition, child behavior and more. Original Source

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program that provides pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children up to their fifth birthday with health screening, risk assessment, nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding promotion and referrals to health care. Original Source

Immunizations for Adults

To help protect St. Charles County’s adult population from preventable disease, the Immunization Clinic offers vaccinations for those ages 19 and older through the Adult Immunization Program. Original Source

Immunizations for Children

The St. Charles County Immunization Clinic offers all childhood vaccines required by the State of Missouri. Original Source


Influenza (“the flu”) is a common respiratory illness that is highly contagious and is caused by the three types of influenza viruses (Type A, Type B and Type C). Original Source


The St. Charles County Immunization Clinic provides vaccination opportunities for all members of our community on an appointment basis. Vaccinations are offered in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Original Source

Tuberculosis Services

Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis being spread from one person to another through the air. It usually affects the lungs, but can also cause infection in other parts of the body. Original Source

How to Report

A region-wide partnership analyzes data to assist agencies in efforts to monitor potential public health threats. To keep this data accurate, health professionals must alert public health staff to potential illnesses and threats. Original Source