Disclaimer: All information on this web site is believed to be accurate and true. If you have any questions about the information here, or if you have any questions about the governance of St. Charles Hills subdivision, contact the subdivision Trustees on the trustees contact page.

Proposed New Indentures Meeting: March 15th, 2018 at Jefferson Middle School cafeteria, 7:00 PM.

List of Agencies, Utilities, and Organizations
Who to contact first.

St. Charles County logo
St. Charles County
web site

Many issues related to St. Charles Hills are covered by county ordinances. Much of the information you need is here.

--- Documentation ---

Subdivision Indentures (Conditions, Restrictions, Provisions, Trusteeship)

Draft of the new (proposed) Indentures

Understanding the Governance of St. Charles Hills Subdivision

--- Communication ---

St. Charles Hills at NextDoor, the neighborhood social network
This web site is not controlled by St. Charles Hills subdivision and is not a source of official information.

--- Maps and Photos ---

Medium Street Map
Large Street Map
Medium Street/Lots Map
Very Large Street/Lots Map
Topographic Map
Medium Aerial Photo
Large Aerial Photo
School Location Photo

Parks/Boundaries Photo
(Am I in St. Charles Hills?)

This web site has been a source of information about St. Charles Hills subdivision since October 2006, and is provided at absolutely no cost to the residents of the subdivision, as a courtesy of the webmaster, in appreciation for the work done by the subdivision Trustees. The content of this web site is at the sole discretion of the webmaster.

www.saintcharleshills.org     Copyright © St. Charles Hills subdivision, 2006-2018.
P.O. Box 1296 - St. Charles, MO - 63302 - (636) 724-7221

STC Hills sign
Winter view

St. Charles Hills subdivision was founded in 1964 by the Charles F. Vatterott Land and Development Company, and for over five decades has been one of St. Charles County's premier subdivisions. Its 18 miles of streets contain 1158 residences, and provide homes for over 6,500 residents. St. Charles Hills combines affordable housing and a convenient location with numerous parks and common areas, and its close proximity to elementary, middle, and high schools has provided its residents with a quality of life that many common subdivisions lack.

Your Trustees

What the Trustees do.
Residents/Trustees Meetings

Agendas and Reports from Residents/Trustees meetings.

Newsletters and announcements from the Trustees.
Your Annual Assessment

Why does the subdivision need this money? What it covers and what it does not cover.
City and Village Tax Office

Who our subdivision hires to handle assessment billing. They have an excellent "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQ) that can answer many of your questions.
Neighborhood Watch

The Neighborhood Watch program and other crime prevention information.
Subdivision-wide Garage/Yard Sales

Information about how you can include your garage/yard sale.
Being a Good Neighbor

Are you a Good Neighbor? Typical violations explained by the Neighborhood Preservation Division.
Parks and Common Areas

Information about our parks and common areas.
St. Charles Hills Trivia Quiz

How much do you know about your subdivision?
Disposal of Leaves

What to do about all of those pesky leaves once they have fallen.
Keeping the Lights On

What you can do to help keep our streetlights in good working order.
Pets and Other Animals

How to make sure your pet is a good neighbor and what to do if there are problems with animals.
Trim Those Trees!

Trim those trees! Don't let your trees be responsible for a power outage. The 2007 ice storm.
Easter Egg Hunt

The subdivision held its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Fleet Park on April 8th, 2017. The trustees stuffed and placed about 1,000 eggs around the park and watched as the families spread out and absconded with their treasures. Pictures: 1 2 3 4
Christmas Lights Photos

Pictures of Christmas lights that have decorated houses in the subdivision. If you have some of your house you can email them to the webmaster. Pictures: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Party on Bolton!

Halloween is not just for the kids in our subdivision. Pictures from just one of several past years. Pictures: 1 2
Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month, created to recognize exceptional looking yard and landscaping.
American Humane Association

"The mission of the American Humane Association is to prevent cruelty, abuse, neglect, and exploitation of children and animals and to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively, and humanely guaranteed by an aware and caring society."
Community Emergency Response Team

Information about the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program which educates people about disaster preparedness.
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