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Posted on: January 3, 2023

Help for Your 2023 Resolutions from St. Charles County

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Looking for a way to keep that new year’s resolution local? St. Charles County is here to help.

  • Clean out and declutter. If your resolution this year is to get rid of some of that junk you don’t use, need or want, we make it easy for you! Just drop your recyclable items at the St. Charles County Recycle Works locations.
  • More exercise. There’s no better place to exercise than St. Charles County Parks! Bike, hike, walk and play for free in any one of our 18 parks!
  • Get involved in the community. Help keep St. Charles County a great place to live, grow and work by participating in the Community Camera Program or the Citizen Police Academy.
  • Travel globally. Did you resolve to travel outside the U.S. in 2023? If so, make your first stop the St. Charles County Health Department where you can apply for a passport, schedule needed shots, and get tips on safe travel.
  • Take staycations and day trips. Take time off to explore the region and discover what your community has to offer. See famed sites and attractions like The Historic Daniel Boone Home, the St. Charles County Heritage Museum, Historic Missouri Wine Country, The Family Arena and much more.
  • Volunteer. Want to make a difference? The St. Charles County Public Health and Parks departments have volunteer opportunities for residents who want to help their community.
  • Eat healthy. Make the healthy choice. Did you know St. Charles County Public Health’s Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) program offers free recipes and nutritional tips online? 
  • Try something new. Want to try a new hobby? Archery, disc golf, and a swathe of other St. Charles County Parks programs allow guests the opportunity to try new and exciting pastimes. 
  • Finish that project. Trying to finally finish that deck or pool project? The St. Charles County Community Development Department has resources available for residents to ensure their home additions pass required standards.
  • Spend more time with the family. Make special memories with your loved ones and experience the numerous family-oriented activities and resources the St. Charles County Parks department offers such as Storybook Walks or the Eagle Watch.
  • Learn a new skill. St. Charles County Workforce Development offers a variety of workshops on subjects ranging from interview skills to resume tips to networking. 
  • Walk every day. It’s an admirable resolution. Wouldn’t it be easier with a walking buddy? The St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center has the perfect furry companion for you. 

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