Walk through the Celebration of Lights on two special nights

The Old-Fashioned Holiday Stroll is December 9 and 10 in Fort Zumwalt Park. Admission is $5 at the gate (cash only); ages 2 and under are free. As always, parking and heated shuttles are free!

An O'Fallon Holiday Tradition

Fort Zumwalt Park has been magically transformed with twinkling lights, holiday scenes and surprises around every corner. Cruise through the park in your vehicle or book a carriage or train ride today.

Wednesday, November 20 • 6–8 p.m. • O'Fallon City Hall
This free, family-friendly event includes live music, visits with Santa, holiday games and crafts, a market featuring local vendors and rides on the City Train.

Through Dec. 14
O'Fallon Parks & Rec is now hiring for part-time jobs!

Join the O'Fallon Parks and Recreation team in a variety of part-time positions, including instructors, assistants, custodial, maintenance, lifeguards and more.

Project to address congested intersections and delays on I-70 through O’Fallon

Improvements are underway to the interchange at I-70 and Highway K/Main Street, with relief for congestion on K near I-70 and better traffic flow from T.R. Hughes Blvd. through Woodlawn Ave. Phase 1 of this project will focus on the area from T.R. Hughes to Main St./Hwy. K. Construction continues through October 2019.

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O’Fallon, MO, Ranks No. 24 in Money Magazine’s 2019 List of America’s Top 100 “Best Places to Live!”

O’Fallon has been named one of the country’s “Best Places to Live,” according to Money magazine’s list of America’s 100 best cities. O’Fallon ranked 24th on the 2019 list of cities with a population greater than 50,000.

Money praised O’Fallon for its rich history, proximity to local outdoor activities and its “quaint, family-friendly feel.” O’Fallon is one of two Missouri cities to be ranked in the Top 100, joining Blue Springs (#96).

O’Fallon’s ranking continues the stream of national accolades that have been bestowed on the City. In addition to Money’s previous rankings in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2017, O’Fallon was also named in 2019 as Missouri’s best city to live in by ChamberofCommerce.org, ranked number 52 on the “Top 101 Safest Cities in America” by SafeHome.org, and was included in the list of Safest Large Cities in Missouri by the National Council for Home Safety in both 2018 and 2019.

To see the complete list of cities on this year’s list, please visit money.com/money/collection/best-places-to-live-2019.

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O’Fallon Utility bills get a makeover

Residents who use City of O’Fallon utilities including trash, water and/or sewer services will see a new look on their utility bills. The improved design is easier to read and provides users with more information on the back of the bill. Residents will continue to receive one combined bill if they utilize more than one of the trash, water or sewer services. Utility rates and calculations are not impacted by this change in any way. For questions about the new bills, call 636-379-5488 or check out the PDF below for a sample utility bill.

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