O'Fallon Update Newsblog

All information posted below and on subsequent pages is provided by the City of O'Fallon's Communications team. Follow @cityofofallon on Twitter for the latest happenings.

Visit O'Fallon (Video)

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Meet O'Fallon Volunteer Carol Fears (Video)

O'Fallon resident Carol Fears spends her free time giving back to the community she loves.

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Finance Award (Video)

The Finance Department won another financial reporting award. Find out more by watching this video.

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Spring cleaning? Check out O’Fallon’s free bulk waste drop off for city residents

O’Fallon residents are invited to take advantage of the City’s free, bi-monthly drop-off service for many items that are too large to fit into curbside trash containers. The first drop-off of the year will be held 7 a.m.–3 p.m. on Saturday, February 16. Acceptable items can be brought to O’Fallon’s waste transfer station, 1572 Progress West Lane, O’Fallon, MO 63366. Additional drop-off dates will be held on Saturdays, only, from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. on April 20, June 15, August 17, October 19, and December 21.

For a complete list of non-acceptable and acceptable bulk waste items that can be taken to the drop-off, visit http://www.ofallon.mo.us/bulk-waste. A partial listing includes:

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O’Fallon’s Great Backyard Bird Count

Can you come out and help count the birds? Join in O’Fallon’s Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), which will be held on Saturday, February 9, in scenic Fort Zumwalt Park, 1000 Jessup Drive, O’Fallon, Missouri 63366. Anyone can participate, including beginning bird watchers, families and experts. Bring binoculars, if possible. There’s no cost for parking.

The count will take place at various times between 8 and 11 a.m. With the help of a list of birds, participants will observe and record sightings for at least 15 minutes but no more than an hour, then warm up in the historic Heald Home. The cost of $2 includes a tour of the home, which is hosting an exhibit of photographs of Missouri birds taken by members of the O’Fallon Photo Club and photographer Ferman Carrillo.

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