The City of O’Fallon's new rotating sculpture series is in place and ready to be viewed. The seven large-scale works are placed outdoors at various City parks and facilities.

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Project to address congested intersections and delays on I-70 through O’Fallon

Improvement are coming to the interchange at I-70 and Highway K/Main Street, with relief for congestion on K near I-70 and better traffic flow better from T.R. Hughes Blvd. through Woodlawn Ave. Phase 1 of this project will focus on the area from T.R. Hughes to Main St./Hwy. K. Construction continues through October 2019.

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Main Street, c. 1909

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Come for an evening of free Halloween-themed fun at O’Fallon’s “Rec-or-Treat “Open House

Treats, games and slime-making, oh my! Kids can wear a costume to O’Fallon’s Rec-or-Treat Open House from 5 – 8 p.m. on Friday, October 5th. Featuring free admission, family-friendly activities, treats and giveaways, the Rec-or-Treat will be held at the Renaud Spirit Center (RSC). 

And while you’re there, check out the indoor recreation center’s exciting features, fitness and recreational programs and talk with professional staff, too. Memberships for new members will be available at a 10% discount for those who sign up over the weekend, October 5th – 7th.

Rec-or-Treat activities include a meet-and-greet with Spiderman, Belle and Cinderella, Mad Science slime-making, a photo booth with fun props for taking selfies, three bounce houses, games, crafts, a bubble machine and a big screen showing “Scooby-Doo’s Spookiest Tales.” The Chick-Fil-A cow will give out free coupons (but not food) and Smoothie King will provide free samples. Food trucks and vendors with food and treats for sale include Doughboy’s Wood Fired Pizza, Kona Ice and Uncle Eddie’s Kettle Corn.

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Water main replacements have begun in Forest Park Subdivision

Construction has started on a long-range project to replace aged water mains throughout the Forest Park Subdivision with new, modern water mains. For the project, the City has divided the work into five one-year increments with the goal of replacing the aged water main infrastructure at a rate of one mile of water main per project year.

As the work progresses, residents and property owners will be notified when crews will need to restrict access to driveways, sidewalks and roadways so that water main pipes can be installed. Residents and property-owners also will be notified of any brief service interruptions to allow service line transfers to take place.

The first year of the project calls for the replacement of the lines on St. Margaret Lane south of St. Joseph Avenue, St. Mathew Avenue south of St. Joseph Avenue, St. Joseph Avenue between St. Margaret and St. Mathew, Eggering Drive and Ronnie Drive south of Eggering.

For more information and a tentative list of future projects, please visit O’Fallon Water & Sewer’s webpage at