Statistics and Reports
Committed to protecting and enhancing the health and quality of life for all members of the community, the St. Charles County Department of Community Health and the Environment responds to the population’s needs through actions by three divisions — Public Health, Environmental Public Health, and Humane Services. Under the leadership of a Department Director and three Division Directors, the DOCHE works closely with federal, state, and local organizations to provide a wide range of services that have a profound impact — both tangible and behind-the-scenes — on the lives of St. Charles County’s residents and visitors each day. Through these multiple services and the overall healthy behavior of residents, St. Charles County ranks first in Missouri for Health Factors and second on Health Outcomes (according to The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute in Feb. 2010).
The St. Charles County Department of Community Health and the Environment is committed to the protection and enhancement of health and the quality of life for all members of our community by assessment of health and environmental status, development of policies and priorities, and assurance that there is an appropriate response to needs.
The influenza season typically runs from late fall to early spring. To provide more information on the tracking of flu activity this year, the St. Charles County Epidemiologist issues a weekly Influenza Report.
Totals include probable and confirmed CD reports among St. Charles County residents. This report does not contain information on STD’s and Influenza, they are in separate reports.
Know the Score
Throughout the year, staff from the Division of Environmental Health and Protection inspect food service establishments throughout St. Charles County (except within St. Peters city limits). Please call 636.949.1800 to make an appointment to visit the Division of Environmental Health and Protection and view reports prior to January 2013.
Of the 130 food establishments who currently allow smoking, approximately 65% of them are within the city of St. Charles. Another 17% of these establishments are within the city of Wentzville. The remaining 18% of food establishments, which allow smoking, come from all around the county. Some of them fall within unincorporated St. Charles County, and others are within the city limits of Cottleville, Weldon Spring, Defiance, Foristell, New Melle, and Augusta. Smoking inside food establishments located within the city limits of O'Fallon and Lake Saint Louis is not permitted through municipal ordinance.
As we strive to maintain the accuracy of this list and update it regularly, please call 636.949.1800 if you notice any incorrect information. This list was last updated on Dec. 31, 2013.
Waste Management of St. Louis Recycling and Transfer Facility-Foristell