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IF YOU HAVE BORROWED A THERMOMETER FROM THE CITY, WE ASK YOU TO RETURN IT TO CITY HALL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
FREEZING WATER PIPE ALERT--
City of St. Charles residents are being encouraged to continue to monitor their water temperature to prevent any potential damage or freezing to their privately owned water line. This practice should continue until May 1st when frost levels are at a safe level or until the city sends further notification. A failure to do so may result in costly damages or frozen water lines at the homeowner’s expense. If your temperature reaches 38 degrees or lower, please begin running your water immediately the size of a pencil stream. You must contact city staff during business hours to be eligible for an adjustment. Again, this alert is a courtesy reminder to stress the importance of checking water temperatures on an ongoing basis. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at 932-3020. Thank you and have a good day.
Thank you from the St. Charles Fire Volunteers!
Do you wish there was a bus that could take you to the local grocery store or even to an appointment in Rochester? The City of St. Charles is working in partnership with Dover, Eyota, and SEMCAC to investigate the possibility of a bus service just for our area. Are you looking for an alternative to let someone else do the driving? If so, please fill out the attached survey and drop it off at City Hall or e-mail it to email@example.com.
The winter season is upon us. We appreciate your help in keeping St. Charles streets safe.
70.10 Snow Removal
(C) Snow removal operations. When there is snowfall, no one shall park any motor vehicle on the streets, alleys, boulevards, or public grounds (except for municipal parking lots) within corporate limits of the city until snowfall has ceased and the street has been plowed curb to curb (except for municipal parking lots).
City crews work diligently to ensure that safe passage for the entire city is the first priority.
2012 Consumer Confidence Report
The 2012 Consumer Confidence Report as released by the Minnesota Department of Health related to the local drinking water is now available.
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