As a result of the COVID-19 order issued by the Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services on April 27, 2020, Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced the Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan and issued phase one guidelines for gradually reopening economic and social activity around the state with new safety precautions in effect from May 4 – 31, 2020.
St. Charles County Government has adopted the Order of the Missouri Director of the Department of Health and Senior Services and the Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan guidelines from the Missouri Governor.
Residents and businesses are urged to monitor daily updates from public health and elected officials as economic and social activity start to reopen and the community adjusts to the ongoing coronavirus emergency.
Along with encouraging social distancing, increased hygiene and being concerned for our high-risk populations, the EDC remains committed to serving the businesses, institutions, communities and residents of St. Charles County, Missouri.
Together, we have survived historic floods, deadly tornadoes, 9-11, the Great Recession, and past viral outbreaks. As we work together to move from responding to reopening and eventually recovering from this crisis, we believe our community will survive COVID-19 through our resilience, generosity and determination.
Together we are ST. CHARLES COUNTY STRONG!