O'Fallon Ranks at the Top SmartAsset's List of Most Livable Small Cities
St. Charles also cracked the Top 10 coming in at #9.
St. Charles County Among Healthiest in Missouri
For the 13th consecutive year, St. Charles County is recognized by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute among the state’s healthiest.
The rankings place St. Charles County among Missouri and the nation’s top performers in many of the evaluated sections.
Katy Trail State Park has been named the #2 Recreational Trail in the nation in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards
Did you know the trailhead for the Katy Trail is in St. Charles County? The portion running through St. Charles County is also some of the most used portion of the trail. Read more about this year's rankings.
St. Charles County Among The Best Places To Start A Business
WalletHub recently released it list of best and worst places to start a business and four St. Charles County (Wentzville, St. Charles, St. Peters, and O'Fallon) rank among the Top 500 of best places to start a business! More than 1,300 cites were evaluated on their business-friendliness.
St. Peters Named #22 Best Place To Live
Money Magazine has named the City of St. Peters to its 2021 list of the Best Places to Live in America. St. Peters was the only Missouri city named to the 2021 list.
Development of St. Charles Riverpointe To Begin Soon
Clayco Realty Group has entered into an agreement to purchase nearly 40 acres for a mixed-use development which will include hotels, restaurants, office space, apartments and owner occupied residential. (Visual is a representation of the atmosphere & experience. Not all elements may be represented accurately at this time)
Mark Your Calendar
JEFFERSON CITY – The draft FY 2023-2027 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) was presented to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission on May 18. A 30-day public review and comment period ends on June 17.
Show your support for major projects planned for St. Charles County.
The Chamber Benefit Plan is a self-funded medical offering built on the multiple employer welfare arrangement model. This program enables smaller employers to join together to share in the overall claims risk.
Powered by the Missouri Chamber Federation and administered by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, the Chamber Benefit Plan is available to small group employers in Missouri who have 2 to 50 eligible employees.