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The St. Charles Township will be posting updates and the latest news on this page as news becomes available.  For the most recent newsletters, visit our Newsletter page.

The most recent addition to our Township Cemeteries is the Columbaria Union Cemetery located at the Union Cemetery’s east end, 1206 N 5th Avenue, St. Charles.

A Columbaria is a brick or stone structure with niches in which urns containing ashes are buried.

We invited you to visit this beautiful picturesque memorial garden for the interment of cremains.

Compensation Posting Requirement of  “total compensation package” for each employee earning over $75,000 per year.   Public Act 97-609 effective January 12, 2012.  5 ILCS 120/7.3.

Highway Commissioner:  $113,181, Township Assessor:  $139,699, Deputy Assessor:  $102,570, Deputy Assessor:  $124,053, Deputy Assessor:  $92,524, Deputy Assessor $80,512, Road Crew:  $107,074, Road Crew:  $92,361, Road Crew:  $87,999, Road Crew:  $75,237, Cemetery Superintendent:  $91,784, Office Manager:  $88,818.

 

Resurfacing of Roads for 2018:

Three Lakes Subdivision: Columbine West, Columbine East and Red Bay Court;  Margate/Otter Creek Subs: Pine Rd., Sycamore Rd. (from Pine Rd. to Oak Dr.), Lilac Lane, Oak Dr. (from Steven’s Rd. to McDonald Rd.) and Dogwood Lane;  Woods of Silver Glen Sub: Oak Pointe Dr. and Oak Pointe Ct.;  Knoll Creek West: Babson Lane and Gustavis Lane;  Farmington Subdivision: all streets; Evanswood Sub: Evanswood Lane; and Bittersweet Road.

The township’s road crew has prepped all the driveway entrances on these roads in order that the blacktoppers can make a smooth transition from the road to the driveways for you.

Builders Paving is the contractor that will be doing the resurfacing.  They have informed us that they have schedule to start blacktopping the week of July 9th, weather pending.  They will put signage up the day or two before they oil those roads.  Please be careful driving over the oil, drive slowly, 5mph!

Please drive carefully when entering and leaving your driveway until resurfacing is completed.

Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation,

Steve Frohling, Highway Commissioner