Spring Festival Returns to St. Charles County’s Historic Daniel Boone Home on April 24

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Experience the exciting Farming Ways Festival from 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Saturday, April 24, at The Historic Daniel Boone Home, 1868 Highway F in Defiance. Bring the family out to enjoy food, demonstrations, and children’s activities as the frontier comes

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St. Charles County Assessor Sending Notices of Real Estate Assessment

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The St. Charles County Assessor will mail 2021 Notices of Real Estate Assessment to property owners starting the week of April 19. State law requires the Assessor to revalue all real property in the county as of Jan. 1 of odd-numbered years.

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April 14, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

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As of 4/14/21, the State of Missouri reports that St. Charles County residents have received 205,017 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Department of Public Health has administered 49,217 doses to eligible, registered individuals.

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April 13, 2021 | First, Second Dose Vaccination Events This Week

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The Dept of Public Health will host drive-through vaccination events this week at the Family Arena. The first- and second-dose events are operated by appointment only, and invitations to schedule appointments are being distributed.

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Portion of Seeburger Road to Close April 20 Through Mid-July

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The St. Charles County Highway Department will close Seeburger Road south of the railroad tracks/South Shore Drive and north of Missouri Route B starting Tuesday, April 20, through mid-July, to allow for removal and replacement of a deteriorated bridge.

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Portion of Seeburger Road to Close April 20 Through Mid-July for Bridge Replacement

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The St. Charles County Highway Department will close Seeburger Road south of the railroad tracks/South Shore Drive and north of Missouri Route B starting Tuesday, April 20, through mid-July, to allow for removal and replacement of a deteriorated bridge.

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April 9, 2021 | Missouri Opens Phase 3 Vaccination Eligibility

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Today, Missouri authorized those in Phase 3 of the state’s vaccine distribution plan to be eligible for vaccination. With this, all Missouri adults (ages 16+ for the Pfizer/BioNTech product and 18+ for the Moderna and Janssen products) are now eligible.

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April 7, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

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As of 4/7/21, the State of Missouri reports that St. Charles County residents have received 170,208 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Department of Public Health has administered 42,186 doses to eligible, registered individuals.

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Career Opportunities

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View information about a career as a police officer with the St. Charles County Police Department.

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April 6, 2021 | First, Second Dose Vaccination Events This Week

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The Dept of Public Health will host walk-in and drive-through vaccination events this week at the Family Arena. The first- and second-dose events are operated by appointment only, and invitations to schedule appointments are being distributed.

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St. Charles County Celebrates National Public Health Week, Especially Grateful for DPH Through…

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This week, April 5-11, is National Public Health Week. There is no better time than during this pandemic to pause and reflect on all that Public Health workers across the nation and the world have endured in their quest to keep us safe and well.

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Health Education Classes

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These classes for children and adults will promote healthy behaviors and seek to prevent the spread of disease in our community.

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Child Care Education

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These classes are designed to educate children or caregivers on a variety of health matters. Specific classes are presented to help childcare providers maintain “Clock Hours.”

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Health Education

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Promoting healthy lifestyles and community improvement through education is an important mission of the Department of Community Health and the Environment and its partners.

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April 2, 2021 | An Update on Recent COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Events

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The Dept. of Public Health, community partners and dedicated volunteers administered nearly 10,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to registered, eligible individuals this week at the Family Arena. More first and second dose events are planned throughout April.

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St. Charles County Ranks Among Missouri's Healthiest Counties

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For the 12th consecutive year, St. Charles County ranks among the top of Missouri’s “Healthiest Counties” according to a report issued by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute.

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March 31, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

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As of 3/31/21, the State of Missouri reports that St. Charles County residents have received 146,879 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Department of Public Health has administered 32,917 doses to eligible, registered individuals.

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College Meadows Park

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In partnership with and located at St. Charles Community College in Cottleville, College Meadows Park features a disc golf course and an outdoor fitness trail for all abilities.

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Towne Park

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Rich in history, Towne Park in Foristell features a reconstructed 1800s historical homestead, paved and natural surface trails, large fishing pond, forest-themed playground, rain gardens, and the only certified nature explore classroom in St. Charles County.

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Veterans Tribute Park

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This 120-acre park includes a destination playground for children of all abilities, a walking and biking trail system, fishing lakes, a dog park, play fields and more.

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Hideaway Harbor Park

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Nestled along the Mississippi River in Portage des Sioux, this scenic riverside park is a popular site for boaters, fishermen and eagle-watchers.

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March 30, 2021 | Missouri Opens Phase 2 Vaccination Eligibility

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On March 29, Missouri authorized those in Phase 2 of the state’s vaccine distribution plan to become eligible for vaccination. Now, those in Phase 1A, Phase 1B (Tiers 1-3) and Phase 2 are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine.

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March 23, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Events

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The Department of Public Health, community partners and dedicated volunteers administered more than 4,500 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine to registered, eligible individuals at events last week around St. Charles County.

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Changes for Notice of Election Postcards

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Approximately one week before each election, the St. Charles County Election Authority mails Notice of Election postcards to registered voters. Changes are being made to the cards beginning with the April 6, 2021, General Municipal Election.

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March 24, 2021 | An Update on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

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As of 3/24/21, the State of Missouri reports that St. Charles County residents have received 126,398 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The Department of Public Health has administered 24,010 doses to eligible, registered individuals.

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