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St. Charles City Hall to open July 6

St. Charles, MN, July 6, 2020.  Due to the national pandemic and the spread of the COVID-19 in Minnesota and surrounding states, St. Charles City Hall has been closed to the public following the extension of the Stay at Home Order by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.  On July 6, City Hall will offer an information table in the front vestibules that will offer copies of building permits, licenses and forms, and various other pieces of information. All these items can be found on the City’s website at www.stcharlesmn.org or by calling City staff by phone at (507) 932-3020.

To reach the St. Charles Police Department, please contact 507-932-8020. If you do not receive a response and need immediate non-emergency assistance from the St. Charles Police Department, please call (507) 932-4500 and you will be contacted by a member of the St. Charles Police Department.

Utility payments–We are asking that utility bill payments be placed in the payment dropbox outside in front of City Hall. Utility bills can also be paid online through Payment Service Network (PSN), which can be accessed through the St. Charles City website at www.stcharlesmn.org or by calling 1-877-885-7968.  We are requesting that no cash payments be placed in the drop box, but to instead submit a money order or cashier’s check. At this time, no change will be provided for cash payments taken at the window. For any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at (507) 932-3020.


Whether you decide to stay, or just plan to visit, we welcome you to St. Charles and hope your stay is filled with many fond memories!

Located 20 miles east of Rochester and 20 miles west of Winona, St. Charles offers big city conveniences with the advantages of small town living. Best known for being the Gateway to the Whitewater Valley, St. Charles is a vibrant community of 3,825 people comfortably nestled within the rolling hills and valleys of southeastern Minnesota.