The Economic Development Department is proactive in developing relationships with businesses seeking to locate, retain or expand their operation in O’Fallon. The City works to market and promote the area for new business investment, economic growth, quality development and the creation of job opportunities.

O'Fallon's online services get a fresh look

Doing business online with the City of O'Fallon is about to get easier! EnerGov, the City's new Community Development suite of tools, is set to launch later this summer. This comprehensive update provides an easier, more streamlined process for users. Plus, EnerGov's new dashboard interface keeps you in control, allowing you to track updates, pay fees and schedule appointments all from your computer or mobile device.

Important Dates

Wednesday, July 13: Last day to submit online requests under the City's current system.

July 14–27: No permits or requests may be submitted as we get our new system ready. We appreciate your patience!

Thursday, July 28: EnerGov is ready for online requests.

Apply for a Business License

Renew a Business License

Find a Current Business

Online business map & directory

Keep It in the "O"

When you shop and dine within the City of O’Fallon, you not only help our local businesses, you also support the great City parks, the O’Fallon Police Department and the many services that help keep this City such a great place to live.

Many of the City of O’Fallon’s services are funded primarily by sales tax revenue, so when you spend your hard-earned money within our City limits, you are ensuring that our City’s high quality of life is protected for years to come. And, you help to create new job opportunities right in “your own backyard.” So, keep your community great for years to come. Support your local businesses and “Keep it in the O!” by shopping O’Fallon first.


Business Watch Program

Through coordination by the O'Fallon Police Department, Business Watch encourages local businesses to keep an eye on neighboring businesses as well as their own and report suspicious activity.

Learn more about the Business Watch Program's additional features and free training opportunities.

Other resources

Contact Economic Development staff

Patrick McKeehan, Economic Development Director 636-379-5510
Patty Brown, Economic Development Specialist 636-379-5530
Jon Hubach, Business Recruiter 636-379-5634
Christine Crawford, Economic Development Coordinator 636-379-5570
Ann Beers, Administrative Assistant 636-379-5532