ST. CHARLES – St. Charles firefighters will see a 2.25% pay increase in the first two years of a new four-year contract with the city.
At its June 15 meeting, the St. Charles City Council approved a collective bargaining agreement between the city and the St. Charles Professional Firefighter’s Association I.A.F.F. Local 3322, which represents the city's captains, lieutenants, firefighter/paramedics, firefighters and fire prevention bureau officer.
The contract, which runs through April 30, 2024, calls for a 2.25% increase for the first two years of the contract and a 2.5% increase for the last two years of the contract. Union members had ratified the contract on May 28.
The cost of the four-year contract is $760,429.47.