***Important News & Announcements Below***

New Town Christmas Events- Saturday, December 14th, 2019

Breakfast with Santa will be held on Saturday, December 14th, at the St. Charles Christian Church, beginning at 8:30 am.

The Christmas Bazaar will be taking place from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm in the Town Hall.

Following this event will be the Children’s Christmas Party with the tree-lighting, caroling and crafts beginning at 4:00 pm.

Santa will be there!

Click here for link to flyer.

Click here for link to flyer.

Click here for link to Christmas Bazaar Event on Facebook.

Click here for link to Tree Lighting, Caroling and Crafts Event on Facebook.


General Assembly Office Hours

In observation of the Thanksgiving Holiday, DNI Properties and the NTGA Office will be closing at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday November 27th, 2019 and will re-open at 9:00 a.m. on Monday December 2nd, 2019. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and we look forward to assisting you on Monday. Happy Thanksgiving!

Leaf Pickup Reminder

Yard Waste Pickup

It is City policy 215.030 that property owners may not blow, rake or pile leaves and or other yard waste on any City Right of Way. Property owners are responsible for the collection and disposal of their own leaves and or other yard waste.”

For more information,  call 636-255-6142, or visit the following link:   Yard Waste Guidelines…


Important Safety Tips and Information


Now that Fall has arrived and it is getting dark earlier, please take added security measures.  Some Safety Tips are below:

  • Know your neighbors – “If you know what is usual & customary it is then very easy to tell what is not usual.”
  • Keep the door locked that leads into your home from the garage.
  • Trust your instincts – “If your judgement tells you something is not right, call the police to report.”
  • Beware of impostors – for example a repair person or a representative from a company you are a customer of but didn’t call.  Never be afraid to ask for identification or to call the company to verify.
  • When making a report of crime or suspicious activity, be specific.  Be able to give the officer the “What, When, Where, Who, How and Why” of the situation.
  • A dowel, broomstick or hockey stick handle work well in the door track of a sliding glass door to prevent the door from being shoved aside or lifted off the track.
  • Lights are the best deterrent to crime.  Consider switching to LED’s to make leaving the lights on less costly.
  • Never leave valuable items in your vehicle.
  • If you will be away from home have someone pick up your newspapers or any packages that might be left outside your home.
  • Do not post “selfies” on social media while you are away, wait until you return from your vacation.  Crooks use social media too!
  • Take an inventory of your valuables.   Having the information recorded in advance will make it easier for you to report them missing in what might be a traumatic situation.
  • Call 911 for any crime, fire, or serious medical problem in progress or suspected to be in progress.

The St. Charles Police Department has a program for registering doorbell cameras and may be reached at their non-emergency line of 636-949-3300.

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