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Saint Charles, MO

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Saint Charles is keenly proud of its rich history, beginning with its claim to being the third-oldest city west of the Mississippi. The city is located thirty minutes northwest of Saint Louis, making it appealing for residents who work in the city, but want to enjoy the privileges of a smaller community. Saint Charles is home to a vibrant community whose residents celebrate every chance they get; evidenced by the City’s numerous annual festivals!

Apartments in Saint Charles MO

$900-$1850

Residences At Streets Of St Charles
Beds: Studio-2  •  Baths: 1-2

$560-$765

StoneHaven
Beds: 1-2
Baths: 1-2

$950

$950 Two bedroom in Saint Charles-9g Fairways Circle
Beds: 2
Baths: 1

$1800

$1800 Two bedroom in Saint Louis-1153 Rue la Chelle Walk
Beds: 2
Baths: 3

$1650

$1650 Five+ bedroom in Saint Charles-1014 North Brampton Dri
Beds: 5
Baths: 3

$2400

$2400 Four bedroom in Saint Charles-1517 Hudson Landing
Beds: 4
Baths: 3

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Getting Around in Saint Charles, MO

The Saint Charles Area Transit system, often referred to as SCAT, is a small but diligent bus service committed to helping local citizens with their transportation needs. True to Midwestern form, the service kindly obliges making special stops and trips for residents if they provide the transport office with 24-hour notice; additionally, curb-to-curb service is always guaranteed. The bus depot shares a location with the local Foundry Art Center, combining one’s trip across town with a visit to see the most recent art exhibit!

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The Festival of the Little Hills

<p>St. Charles is a city that loves to celebrate its rich tradition! One of the most notable celebrations is The Festival of the Little Hills that takes place every year in August. This Festival is nationally recognized as one of the top-ten craft fairs, and offers endless amounts of great food, live entertainments, samplings of local artisans' work, and areas for children to play. The theme revolves around the famous Lewis &amp; Clark expeditions, inspiring many visitors to wear clothing from the era and act out historic events from the expedition-making history come to life!</p>

Christmas Traditions Festival

<p>The Christmas Spirit finds its home in Saint Charles. The City's annual Christmas Traditions Festival stands out as one of the largest and longest Christmas celebrations in the entire country. Every year, beginning the day after Thanksgiving and running through the weekend following Christmas, the entire city lights up for the holiday. Many residents participate by donning costumes of various legends of Christmas, interacting with visitors who are also able to take in a stroll through the twinkling streets whilst being serenaded by Victorian-era carolers. And, no one misses the Santa Parade through historic downtown that occurs every weekend!</p>