***Important News & Announcements Below***

Christmas Decorations

As a reminder, please be aware that all Christmas decorations should be taken down from your home at this time.  This is in accordance with the Governing Documents which state, “Temporary holiday decorations… shall be promptly removed no later than 30 days following the date of such holiday.” 

Thank you for your cooperation and adding fun & interest to your home for the holiday!

Attention South Lake Residents – Upcoming Vacuum Canister Replacements by the City of St. Charles

The repairs below will begin next week in the South Lake District on Banner Place.  Contractors will be knocking on the doors of the homes which will be affected to alert residents.  You may experience temporary periods of being unable to use restroom facilities during this time.  The maintenance is expected to take one week to fully complete.

If you have any questions regarding this maintainance, please contact the City of Saint Charles Public Works Department at (636) 949-3363.

(Below is the previous post regarding the notice received, posted on December 29th, 2017.)

The General Assembly has received notice from the City of Saint Charles that they will be replacing five sewer canisters and installing two new electric meter pedestals (please see map below for locations).  This construction will start after January 1, 2018.  

If you have any questions regarding this maintainence, please contact the City of Saint Charles Public Works Department at (636) 949-3363.

Click here for link to map.

Lake Reminder

It is extremely important that residents and guests refrain from placing any miscellaneous items on the lakes when they are in a frozen state.  This includes discarding items such as trees, pumpkins, yard waste and/or throwing rocks onto the ice.  As a reminder, the rocks at the bottom of the boulder walls serve as the base and support for the boulders, and removing rocks from the base can weaken the stability of the seawall.  As such, it is critical that the base rocks are not tampered with, and remain in place.  In addition, the lake systems are interconnected by large storm pipes, therefore items such as trees pose a significant threat to obstruct the flow of water from lake to lake, as well as cause a threat to swimmers and persons using inflatable tubes.  As a result, please do not discard trees, and/or any miscellaneous items in to the lake systems.

Please contact the General Assembly office at (636) 916-2085 with any further questions.  Thank you!

City of St. Charles Mud-Jacking Update

The General Assembly office is pleased to announce that City of St. Charles Public Works Department have recently completed 970 lifts to New Town sidewalk slabs via mud-jacking.  As weather permits, City crews will return to back-fill and seed around repaired slabs as needed.  Unfortunately there are several areas where mud-jacking was not a viable solution.  As a result the Public Work Department will be purchasing additional equipment which will allow them to address these areas in the near future. In the meantime, asphalt wedges will remain in place until repairs can be completed.

If you have an particular areas of concern, please feel free to report your issue to the General Assembly Office (636) 916-2085 and/or the St. Charles Public Works Department (636) 949-3363 to be added to the list for future repairs.

Extreme Cold Weather Alert


Below are a few tips to help avoid frozen pipes during this extreme cold weather:

  • Let faucets drip on hot and cold sides to keep the water in the pipes moving.
  • Open the cabinet doors below the sinks in both kitchens and bathrooms to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing.  (Be sure to move any cleaners and/or household chemicals out of the reach of children!)
  • Keep the garage doors closed if there are water line in the garage.
  • Keep the thermostat set above 55 degrees especially if you will be going out of town.


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