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  1. Calendar Overlay SCCMO Public Health (Comm Health & Environment) (3)

SCCMO Public Health (Comm Health & Environment)

  1. Operation Sterile Feral (by appointment only)

    February 19, 2017, All Day

    St. Charles County has operated a successful spay/neuter program since 2003 and has treated thousands of feral cats to help control overpopulation. The Sterile Feral program is run through the County’s Pet Adoption Center and a team of volunteers. One Sunday each month, homeowners may bring feral cats from their property to take advantage of the affordable service. The $20 per animal fee includes the alteration, vaccination for rabies, and treatment for any parasites the cat may have. Appointments are required for this service and may be arranged by calling 314-995-9266.

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  2. Health Dept - President's Day Holiday

    February 20, 2017, 8:00 AM @ Public Health (formerly Community Health & the Environment)

    The St. Charles County Department of Public Health will close for the County observed holiday. This includes all services provided at the department offices at 1650 Boones Lick Road in St. Charles, the Pet Adoption Center/Division of Humane Services at 4850 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in St. Peters, Recycle Works Central at 60 Triad South Drive in St. Charles, and Recycle Works West at 2110 East Pitman Avenue in Wentzville.

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  3. Active Shooter Training with St. Charles County SWAT

    February 23, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Public Health (formerly Community Health & the Environment)

    Open to St. Charles County-based child care providers this program will identify steps that should be taken in an active shooter incident. Led by St. Charles County SWAT members, the class will review effective strategies for thwarting an intruder and outline options to increase chances for surviving an active-shooter attack. Interested participants must register using the link below (walk in guests will not be admitted). Paper training certificates will not be issued in 2017. *Please note that children under the age of 16 are not allowed to attend this training, per Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services guidelines.

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