COVID-19 Latest News (Updated May 20, 2020)
St. Charles County Government buildings have been closed to the public since Wednesday, March 25, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of the community and County employees. On Friday, May 29, the County Administration Building, 201 N. Second St., the Department of Public Health, 1650 Boone’s Lick Rd., both in St. Charles; and the St. Charles County Police Department, 101 Sheriff Dierker Ct., O’Fallon, are reopening with modifications to access and services. Most remaining County buildings, including the Courts building where Facilities Management is located, are scheduled to reopen Monday, June 1.
The following County buildings remain closed until further notice:
- The Department of Corrections (County Jail), located adjacent to the Administration Building at 301 N. Second St., St. Charles.
- Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County/Department of Workforce & Business Development, located at 212 Turner Blvd., St. Peters.
Upon entrance to any County building, employees and the public are encouraged to wear cloth facial protection, and everyone is required to have a health screening, including temperature check, before entering. Those with a fever or who have other COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted to enter the building. View release for more information.
This website will be updated daily, when necessary, to reflect any changes in facility or department services. The public is encouraged to continue accessing County Government services by phone, email and online when available. Thank you.
The St. Charles County Department of Facilities Management works to protect, safeguard and maintain all county buildings, building systems, grounds and capital investments of St. Charles County taxpayers. We do this through an efficient maintenance work order system, performing routine and preventative maintenance on all building systems and grounds, continually monitoring expenditures, and investing in energy saving equipment with a high return on investment.
In addition, the department continually expands employee training programs, maintains a professional work environment, and ensures professional building aesthetics while providing a safe environment for all employees, patrons and citizens alike. Facilities Management maintains 760,000 sq. ft. of County buildings.