***Important News & Announcements Below***

General Assembly Office Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, the General Assembly Office & DNI Properties will be closing on Wednesday, November 25th at 2:00 pm and will reopen on Monday morning, November 30th at 9:00 am.

We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you and look forward to assisting you when we reopen on Monday.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Beach District Election Results

 

On behalf of the Board of Governors for The New Town at St. Charles® Beach District Owners Associations, the following homeowners were elected to serve on the Board for a two (2) year term:

Neal Evans – 3265 Camp Street

Kerry Robbers – 1041 Kilderkin Way

Thank you to all who participated in the election process.

Please join us in congratulating your new Board representatives!

Free Fall Yard Waste Pick-up Courtesy of Republic Services

The date has been set for the free fall yard waste pick-up courtesy of Republic Services!  The week of November 16th – 20th, 2020 has been scheduled for St. Charles.  Yard waste bags and bundles will be picked up on your regular yard waste/trash day.  If you would like more information, you may contact the City of St. Charles Republic Services Representative at 636-255-6142.

Guidelines for the disposal of yard waste may be found by clicking the link below.

Yard Waste Guidelines

 

 

Political Signage

All political signage should be removed at this time in accordance with the New Town Declarations.

Thank you!

City of St. Charles- New Golf Cart Ordinance

Over the past several years, golf cart operations have become an increasing safety concern in New Town as well as the City of St. Charles as a whole.  The primary issue was the lack of an official golf cart ordinance established by the City, and as a result they were operating under the conditions of the Low Speed Moving Vehicle ordinance.  While this ordinance served useful in the interim to establish restrictions for golf cart operations, several inconsistencies in the language were still present.  In an effort to create a specific and defined ordinance to better address this matter, our local Councilman, Michael Galba, worked with the City Attorney and fellow Council Members to draft a bill specific to golf cart operations within the City of St. Charles.  The bill to ratify a specific golf cart ordinance was voted on this week, and approved by members of City Council which will become effective on January 1, 2021

 In light of the recent approval, the General Assembly wanted to pass along the newly established golf cart ordinance (see link below) so residents of New Town can take the proper measures to ensure you are in compliance with the requirements thereof.  Additionally, we would like to thank and congratulate Councilman Galba for all of his efforts on getting a defined and much needed golf cart ordinance approved by the City!  This is a major achievement for New Town and the City of St. Charles, and trust the ordinance will serve to improve the safety of golf cart operations within the community moving forward.  Should you have any questions regarding the ordinance, please contact Councilman Galba at Michael.Galba@stcharlescitymo.gov

 Link to Ordinance: https://www.stcharlescitymo.gov/DocumentCenter/View/9140/Golf-Cart-Ordinance

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