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The City Hall parking garage at 200 N. Second St. reopened at noon on Mon., Sept. 29 after being closed six months for reconstruction. At a special reopening ceremony, Mayor Faith thanked all the parties involved as well as members of the community for their support of this project and patience during the closure.
As part of the reopening celebration, parking will be free Sept. 29 - Oct. 3. A parking fee of $2 will resume beginning Mon., Oct. 6. As always, on weekday afternoons starting at 3:30 p.m. and on weekends, the garage is open to the general public and parking is free of charge.
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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
Everyone is welcome to attend an open house and tour the newly opened Fire Station 4 and Public Safety Facility at 3201 Boschertown Rd on Saturday, October 11 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
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.
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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!