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O’Fallon extends buildings closures until further notice

In response to continued evaluation of the information presented by the St. Charles County Health Department, federal and state officials, the city of O’Fallon has announced that all city-operated public buildings will remain closed until further notice.

The O’Fallon Justice Center’s records and courts offices are among those city buildings that are closed to the public until further notice.

Included in the closure are the O’Fallon Municipal Centre, the Justice Center’s records and courts offices, the Renaud Center, O’Day Lodge, the Krekel Civic Center and Parks Department offices.

City operations will continue as normal during this time, and residents may contact city hall or city departments via telephone or email.

Parks & Recreation classes and programs scheduled prior to May 10 are postponed. Every attempt will be made to reschedule as many of these classes and programs as possible. Anyone scheduled for those classes or programs that cannot be made up will be issued a credit toward another program. Recreation staff will reach out to those registered individually and discuss options as decisions are made. Any classes or programs after May 10 will be evaluated at a future date based on the most up-to-date information available at the time.

All city meetings except for the O’Fallon City Council meetings have been canceled through the month of April. Further information on the procedures for the city council meetings scheduled for April 9 and April 23 will be announced soon.

Additionally, the free bulk waste drop-off event scheduled for April 11 has been canceled.

The regularly scheduled electronics and appliance recycling drop-off event scheduled for April 4 from 8 a.m. until noon in the CarShield Field parking lot will take place. Social distancing and other safety precautions will be in place during the drop-off.

The city’s website allows self-service options for bill payments, permit applications, submitting questions and most other city services. Residents are encouraged to take advantage of these services. Municipal bill payments also may be dropped off in the mailbox behind city hall 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

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