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Saint Charles Illinois Landscaping

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Unparalleled Outdoor Environments

Award-winning Landscaping for Saint Charles Illinois

Tentinger Landscapes is a provider of outdoor landscape experiences that integrate in harmonious ways with the commercial, residential and municipal built environments they surround at your Saint Charles, Illinois property.

The design process is when your relationship with us begins. We take the ideas from our initial meeting back to our design team and begin investigating materials and plantings that we’d like to use for your project. 

Built Around You

Saint Charles Illinois Landscaping Services

We are pleased to provide a wide range professional landscaping services including:

  • Design/Install
  • Hardscapes
  • Native Landscapes
  • Special Projects
  • Maintenance
  • Snow Removal
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How are we different?

Why use Tentinger Landscapes for Your Saint Charles Illinois Landscaping?

St. Charles is a city[6] in Saint Charles Illinois LandscapingDuPage and Kane counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. It lies roughly 40 miles (64 km) west of Chicago on Illinois Route 64. As of the 2010 census the population was 32,974,[7] and as of 2019 the population had decreased to an estimated 32,887.[8] The official city slogan is “Pride of the Fox”, after the Fox River that runs through the center of town. St. Charles is part of a tri-city area along with Geneva and Batavia, all western suburbs of similar size and relative socioeconomic condition.

Also home of the Kane County Fair in July and the Kane County Flea Market the first Sunday and preceding Saturday of every month. Pottawatomie Park is the center of the annual Dragon Boat festival and family event, the second weekend of June. Downtown St. Charles’ Lincoln Park serves as the central location for the Scarecrow Festival in October. St. Charles is also home to the Fox Valley Concert Band.

St. Charles is also home to the Arcada theatre, a notable attraction within the Fox River valley, where many famous performers have appeared including Martin Short, Joan Rivers, and Paul Anka. Local theatres include Steel Beam Theatre, the Vero Voce Theater & School of Performing Arts, and Kane Repertory Theatre.

Historic Hotel Baker which opened in 1928 is a symbolic representation of the rich history of downtown St. Charles.

Downtown St. Charles was named one of the region’s “Top 10” by the Chicago Tribune for fine dining, arts and entertainment, recreational opportunities, unique shopping, and a lively nighttime personality.[17]

Family Circle magazine named St. Charles #1 in its 2011 Annual Survey of Best Towns and Cities for families.[18] The comprehensive survey included communities from across the country and is featured in the magazine’s August 2011 issue. The communities in the magazine’s annual roundup of perfect places to call home combine affordable housing, good neighbors, green spaces, strong public school systems and giving spirits.

The St. Charles History Museum maintains a small museum of community artifacts in a historic former Texaco service station built in 1928 on Main Street.

The St. Charles Public Library is nationally ranked[19] among the best libraries in the U.S. and has earned a “three star” rating in the 2010 Library Journal Index.[20] Located near downtown St. Charles, the library has a large collection of print materials, as well as DVDs, CDs, downloadable content, online research databases, and a genealogy collection. Programs and activities for children and adults are offered. Outreach Services can arrange special delivery options for those who have special circumstances, such as visual, mobility or hearing impairments. The Friends of the Library sponsors spring and fall book sales each year.

In 2008, as part of a promotional effort by a local water gardening company, St. Charles named itself the water garden capital of the world.[21]

St. Charles is home to the Q Center, a 95-acre conference site. Originally built as a Catholic Women’s Liberal Arts College, St. Dominic College, it later became Arthur Andersen’s Center for Professional Education. It is now used by Accenture, and hosts meetings, conferences and executive learning for Fortune 500 companies, associations and social, military, education, religious and fraternal organizations from all over the world.[22]

St. Charles hosts an annual Scarecrow Fest, featuring 100+ handmade scarecrows.[23]

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