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Remove the St. Charles Dam?

Will the Active River Project Remove the St. Charles Dam? On November 13, the Kane County Chronicle printed a story about municipalities along the Fox River talking about possible removal of dams. Discussions that the Illinois Department of Natural Resources... read more...

A Story of Partnership in St. Charles

A Story of Partnership in St. Charles: River Corridor Foundation & St. Charles Noon Rotary Two St. Charles Non-profits come Together for Community The Kane County Magazine ran an article in their November issue celebrating the partnership between the River... read more...

2014 Rhythm on the River Roaring Success

2014 Rhythm on the River Roaring Success The 2014 Rhythm on the River Swing & Jazz event, which included a a twenties style pre-party on the streets of St. Charles, was a roaring success. A number of members from both... read more...

Active River Project Funding for Initial Phase

Initial Phase Funding for Active River Project Attained The St. Charles River Corridor Foundation is proud to announce that the inter-governmental funding required for the initial phase of the Active River Project has been attained. Kane County announced that $46,500... read more...

2014 Golden Turtle Award

River Corridor Foundation of St Charles (RCF) presented its annual “Golden Turtle” Awards at the Bob Leonard 5K, 10K, 5K Canine, Adult Walk and the Colonial Café “Turtle Hurdle” Obstacle Course Fundraiser in Pottawatomie Park on Saturday 9, 2014. These... 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.