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SCRA FREE “Artists Workshop” Sessions

Saint Charles Riverfront Arts (SCRA) is partnering with the City of O’Fallon, Missouri to host the Summer 2013 edition of their popular “Artists Workshop” series.


O'Fallon's New Adopt-a-Siren program


The O'Fallon Police Department invites citizens throughout the City to volunteer for a new program, Adopt-a-Siren.




Recycling Bin at O'Fallon's Waste Transfer Station

To consolidate recycling efforts, the City of O'Fallon is installing a blue, industrial-sized recycling container at the City's waste transfer station, 1572 Progress West Lane in O'Fallon (63366) beginning May 1, 2013.

O'Fallon's July 4th Freedom Fest Entertainment


   Jack Ingram                                                            Clementine

Spin Doctors


Spin Doctors, Cowboy Mouth, Jack Ingram and Josh Kelley in concert, free, at O'Fallon's 2013 Heritage & Freedom Fst Proud to bring big-name country and rock-and-roll entertainers to the metro area, O'Fallon, Missouri.


O'Fallon Shoplifting Mug Shots

The O’Fallon Police Department is announcing the start of a new initiative to bring attention to and hopefully deter the crime of shoplifting. Individuals who are arrested and charged with shoplifting will have the arrest date, location, and booking photo entered onto the Police Department’s website, at The information will be updated regularly.

O'Fallon's Garden Expo Kicks Off Spring

Would you like to see more butterflies in your yard, or grow a garden that blooms from spring to fall? At the O'Fallon Garden Expo, you can learn all about butterfly gardening from one of St. Louis' foremost experts, get tips on growing fine roses and find out which flowers thrive in our region. Not only that, you can shop for plants, practical products and attractive accessories for your yard, too.


O’Fallon Police Aggressive Driving Enforcement

The O’Fallon MO Police Department kicked off a new driving safety program designed to address aggressive driving around the City. Officers will be increasing their presence in order to decrease the number of accidents and deaths caused by aggressive driving.

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