Residents and Relocation

Welcome to St. Charles, Missouri -

Money magazine recently ranked St. Charles among its "Top 100 Best Places to Live" in the United States, measuring cost of living, crime rate, housing affordability, arts and recreational opportunities, schools, medical care and job growth, among other factors.

On the heels of that honor came the announcemnt that CNNMoney.com named St. Charles one of the "Top 25 Best Places for Affordable Homes."We also received kudos from U.S. News & World Report on its list of "Best Places to Retire" and the nod as second runner - up in Missouri for the "Best Places to Raise Your Kids" from BusinessWeek.

St. Charles' population has grown by approximately 10,000 in the last 10 years.Property tax values have also increased significantly during this same period, reflecting the continued investment in both commercial and residential construction.Industrial and commercial space in the City continues to experience expansion.

St. Charles has welcomed visitors to its shores sice 1769. Today, some 65,000 people call St. Charles home, and more than 1 million people visit all the City has to offer annually.

As the oldest city on the Missouri River, St. Charles represents a cultural heritage that cannot be duplicated anywhere else nation-wide. Come see for yourself, for we live our history - and the values brought here by our ancestors - every day.

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City of St. Charles

City Website
Street Address:
200 North Second Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

Mayor's office
636.949.3268

Community Development
636.949.3222

Convention & Visitor's Bureau
636.946.7776

Fire
636.949.3250 (non-emergency)
911 (emergency only)

Parks & Recreation
636.949.3372

Police
636.949.3300 (non-emergecy)
911 (emergency only)

Public Works
636.949.3237

Other

Better Business Bureau
314.645.3300

Social Security Administration Office
112 Piper Hill Drive, St. Peters, 63376
800.772.1213

Golden Eagle Ferry
618.883.2217

Katy Trail State Park
800.334.6946

Missouri Division of Employment Security
(Unemployment Office)
314.340.4950 or 800.320.2519

St. Charles County

County Website
Street Address:
201 North Second Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

Circuit Clerk (Courts)
636.949.3080

County Assessor
636.949.7425

Collector
636.949.7470

Election Authority (Voter Registration*)
636.949.7550
*Voter Registration may also be done at any branch of the St. Charles City-County Library District.

Community Health & the Environment
636.949.7400 or 800.822.4012

Parks & Recreation
636.949.7535

Education

Healthcare

Libraries

Storage

Utilities

Electric
AmerenUE
314.342.1111

Gas
Laclede Gas
800.887.4173

Television / Internet / Phone
AT&T
636.447.4500

CenturyLink
800.831.1733

Charter Communications
636.447.9690

Water
City of St. Charles
636.949.3200

St. Charles County
Water District #2
636.561.3734

Missouri American Water
636.430.0820

Sewer
City of St. Charles
636.949.3200

Duckett Creek Sewer District
636.441.1244

Trash
Allied Waste
636.947.5959

License Bureau Offices

St. Charles: 636.946.4456
Harverster: 636.441.6074
O'Fallon: 636.978.6766
Wentzville: 636.332.5909
Driver's Test*: 636.947.7656
*Only given at St. Charles location.