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STC Active River Task Force Travels to Greenville, SC. on Fact-Finding Trip

An entourage from the City of St. Charles, St. Charles Park District, the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles and the St. Charles business community are visiting the highly successful Falls Park project in Greenville, SC to understand their planning, financing, management and formula for success. Read more...

St. Charles Active River Project Building Strong Community Support

The Saint Chares Active River Project continues to build support throughout the community. A recent example is a water quality testing program conducted by students from St. Charles East High School. Led by science instructor Laura Nannini, the environmental club members took water samples from the Fox River within St. Charles city limits for analysis of dissolved oxygen, phosphate and organic content. The purpose of this testing program is to continually monitor water quality in the Fox River as components of the Active River Project are implemented. Read more...

Engineering Feasibility Study Has Been Completed

In 2015 the City of St. Charles, the St. Charles Park District and the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles jointly updated the Fox River Corridor Master Plan intending to provide a strategic framework to enhance the Fox River as a resource for the community from environmental, recreational and economic development perspectives. The Master Plan provides guidance for public and private investment, projects along the Fox River in St. Charles and the Plan recognizes the importance of connectivity of the river and adjacent land uses. Read more...

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  • River Corridor Foundation
    of St. Charles
  •   214 South First Street, Suite A
    St. Charles, IL 60174

Mission Statement

The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles supports and advocates for projects that will enhance the downtown riverfront environment as a destination for cultural, educational, and economic opportunities that are accessible to all.