Disclaimer: The information on this web site is believed to be accurate and true.
If you have questions about the information here, or if you have questions about
the governance of St. Charles Hills subdivision, contact the
Saint Charles Hills - Subdivision Meeting
Tuesday December 05, 2023 - 6:00 PM
Jefferson Intermediate School, 2660 Zumbehl Road, Saint Charles, MO
You are invited to attend a Meeting of the Saint Charles Hills Subdivision, taking place at the Jefferson School Cafeteria.
This is your chance, as Homeowners, to bring your questions and concerns to the Trustees, and for them to present an update
on the subdivision.
You should have received by mail a copy of the latest Subdivision Letter along with a Saint Charles Hills Amendment Ballot
sheet and Ballot Card. Please bring those with you to the meeting.
If you are unable to attend, you may follow the instructions on the paperwork and mail the Ballot Card to PO Box 1296.
Ballots will not be accepted by mail after December 5th.
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
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.
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.
Party on Bolton!
Halloween is not just for the kids in our subdivision.
Pictures from just one of several past years.
"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."