O’Fallon Mayor Bill Hennessy has announced plans for gradually reopening the city of O’Fallon in response to recent actions by Gov. Mike Parson and St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann to restart statewide businesses.
“We appreciate the work by our governor and county executive in moving our community forward to start the recovery process,” Hennessy said. “Like all of our business owners, we need to evaluate each of our facilities and plan for how we can reopen our facilities with priority on the health and safety
“We appreciate the cooperation of our residents as we move forward. We will do this in a deliberate manner by making accommodations to help ensure safety while providing the highest level of public services.”
Below are opening dates by
Municipal Centre [City Hall]
The O’Fallon Municipal Centre [City Hall] will reopen to the public beginning May 18 with reduced hours of 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. These hours will allow all employees to enter and exit the building at the beginning and end of their shifts. All
In order to ensure
Residents are reminded to utilize the city’s website to make online payments and avoid traveling to city hall if possible. In-person payments will be restricted to cash or credit cards only. Residents needing to make payments by check can do so via the mail or using the secure payment
The Renaud Center will reopen to members only beginning May 11 with reduced hours of 5:15 a.m. through 9 p.m., Monday through Friday. The facility will have a limit on the number of users throughout the month of May, and no day passes will be sold during May. All members and staff will be required to undergo a brief health and temperature screening when entering the building. Due to the reduction in hours, members will not be charged their monthly dues for the month of May.
Justice Center Records Office
The O’Fallon Justice Center Records Office will reopen to the public beginning May 18 with
Parks and Recreation programs
O’Fallon Parks and Recreation programs, including summer camps, will return beginning June 1. Classes and programs that were previously cancelled may be rescheduled. Registered participants will receive information on revised schedules or, if necessary, refund options.
Rental facilities, including O’Day Lodge, Krekel Civic Center and parks pavilions are available for rental for events beginning on June 1. Rental facilities are still subject to any effective state or county orders related to occupancy and social distancing.
Parks and Recreation facilities
O’Fallon Parks and Recreation facilities that were closed due to COVID-19 will reopen on a
- May 4: Outdoor tennis and
pickle ballcourts reopen
- May 11: Roller hockey reopens
- May 18: Skate park and basketball courts reopen
- May 22: Park restrooms will reopen. Drinking fountains will not be reopening. Park users should bring their own water.
- June 1: Playgrounds and water features open
In response to orders from the Missouri Supreme Court, O’Fallon’s Municipal Court procedures have been canceled through May 15. The next O’Fallon Municipal Court session is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, at 9 a.m. The Municipal Court payment windows will reopen to the public on May 18 with regular hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
O’Fallon’s Planning and Zoning meeting on May 7, Board of Adjustment meeting on May 13 and the City Council meeting on May 14 will be virtual with accommodations made for residents to participate in these public meetings. All other city meetings have been canceled through May 31.
All other City facilities will remain closed to the public at this time. Any residents needing
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