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9/4 Labor Day

 

9/6 Municipal Court

 

9/11  Board of Adjustments 

(as needed)

        

9/11 Planning & Zoning

 

9/20 Board of Aldermen 

 

9/27 Old Town Historic District (as needed)

 

Events in Cottleville!
For more information on any event, please
go to the City Calendar at
and click on the event.

9/2-9/3 St. Jude's Dream Home Open House
607 Glenberry Place
Ashford Knoll subdivision

9/7 Cottleville St. Jude
Dream Home Drawing

9/9 Ms. Molly 5K Run/Walk
in Legacy Park 
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

9/10 Cottleville PD vs.
Cottleville FD Softball Game 
2pm-5pm
St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr, Cottleville, MO 63376

9/16 Luke Legacy 5K
in Legacy Park  
8:00 a.m. - Noon

9/23 St. Vincent DePaul Walk
in Legacy Park 
8:00 a.m. - Noon

9/23 Exit 6 Craft Beer Festival
in Legacy Park, Pav A
6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Contact Jeff at: 636-244-4343

9/28 FHC Homecoming Parade 
Roads closed 5:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Highway N to Chestnut Street to Fifth Street to left on Highway N back to FHC

9/30 Cottleville PD National Night Out 
in Legacy Park
12-3pm
Contact 636-498-6464 for more info

Welcome
New  
Businesses!

The Dinner Bell
NOW OPEN
475 Miralago Shore Dr.
636-387-7377

Farm & Home
NOW OPEN!
5991 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
636-317-1122

Cottleville Synergy Center-NOW LEASING
5377 Hwy N
314-221-2883

Partners in Grime
5377 Hwy N
636-577-9771

Coming Soon!
Messina Farms
Catering and Event Location
5535 Highway N

Your Elected Officials: 

Mayor

Jim Hennessey

jim.hennessey@cityofcottleville.com

 

 

 

Contact us:

City Administrator:

Rich Francis

rich.francis@cityofcottleville.com 

 

Chief of Police:

Brett Mitchell

brett.mitchell@cityofcottleville.com 

 

City Clerk/Treasurer:

Amy Lewis

amy.lewis@cityofcottleville.com 

 

Deputy City Clerk/Waste Hauling:

Lindsay Jones

lindsay.jones@cityofcottleville.com 

 

Court Clerk/Building Permits/Inspections:

Jeana Arbuckle

jeana.arbuckle@cityofcottleville.com 

 

Building Inspector/Park Maintenance:

Keith Roettger

keith.roettger@cityofcttleville.com

 

Code Official/Construction Management

John Evans

john.evans@cityofcottleville.com

 









   
 
What started as a wonderful idea four years and four months ago, is now finally a reality.  The partnership between Mercy (Don Kalicak), Unlimited Play (Natalie Mackay) and the City has brought a new playground for children with all abilities, and a new park to Cottleville.  It was my pleasure to be a part of the special celebration and ribbon cutting of McAuley's Playground, and the opening of Hansen's Park on August 25th (behind Mercy Kids).  I would truly like to thank all of the donors who made this possible, but would like to especially thank the Mercy Foundation, the DDRB (Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County), Catch 22 (St. Louis Cardinals Coach Mike Matheny's charitable organization), and the Cottleville Firefighters Outreach.  Without the support of these organizations and all of the wonderful people of Cottleville that donated their time and money, this project would have never been possible.  I hope all of Cottleville and the surrounding area will enjoy this new City Park for years to come.   

Sincerely,
Mayor Jim Hennessey  

Special thanks again to all the  
McAuley's Playground donors:
Daughters of the American Revolution Recognized

WHEREAS: September 17, 2017, marks the two hundred thirty anniversary of the framing of the Constitution of the United States of America by the Constitutional Convention; and

WHEREAS: It is fitting and proper to accord official recognition to this magnificent document and its memorable anniversary, and to the patriotic celebrations which will commemorate it; and

WHEREAS: Public Law 915 guarantees the issuing of a proclamation each year by the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through 23 as Constitution Week,

NOW, THEREFORE:  I, Jim Hennessey, Mayor of Cottleville, on behalf of the Board of Alderman do hereby proclaim the week of September 17 through 23 as Constitution Week.
Missouri Route 364 and Gutermuth Road Update
A new interchange is slated for construction in 2020 on Page Avenue at Gutermuth Road. Adding this third interchange to the approximately 5-mile stretch between Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Route K is expected to reduce congestion at 364/Mid Rivers and 364/Highway K. Cost of the project is estimated at $9 million. St. Charles County Road Board will contribute $4.5 million from county sales taxes,  $1.5 million will come from federal gas taxes and MoDOT will contribute $3 million.
Pitman Cemetery 
Improvements  Underway

The City of Cottleville partnered with Lombardo Homes to preserve the Pitman Cemetery located in the new Legacy of Patriots Pointe subdivision at 6320 Highway N. The decorative gate is under construction and fencing will soon be erected around the Pitman cemetery.  A walkway access and parking will also be added.  The Daughters of the American Revolution are planning an initial cemetery clean up and tombstone repair, however, the City plans to ensure proper care of the cemetery going forward through the HOA agreements. 
 
**John Pitman was born March 14, 1753, in Bedford County, Virginia. During the Revolutionary War, Pitman served in the Virginia and Kentucky Militia. In 1810, Pitman purchased the George Hoffman Farm along the Dardenne Creek. It was said Pitman was a clear-thinking, hard-working farmer whose judgment was respected. In 1812, Congress made the Territory of Missouri to avoid confusion with the recently admitted state of Louisiana. Congress authorized the voters to elect a territorial legislature composed of House of Representatives and a Council. John Pitman and Robert Spencer were elected to represent the people of the District (County) of St. Charles in the 13 member House of Representatives. Well known for his integrity, John Pitman was selected to serve in several other positions including; grand juror, tobacco inspector, and he was commissioned a colonel in the state militia. John Pitman died January 1, 1839 at the age of 85

St. Jude's Cottleville Dream Home GIVEAWAY 
COMING UP!
Last chance to enter to win the Cottleville St. Jude's Dream Home. The drawing is scheduled to be held this month on September 7th.  This beautiful home is located at 607 Glenberry Place in Ashford Knoll Subdivision off of Highway N.  


To purchase a chance to win click on:  

The White Hare                        The Potted Plant
1010 Miralago Way                  1257 St. Peters Cottleville 636.441.1111                               Rd. 636.447.9000

Stop in and visit these Cottleville locations for all of your interior decorating, plant and flower needs. Both are conveniently located just off Mid Rivers Mall Drive and each shop has a huge variety of of interior decorations and plants.  Visit The White Hare and The Potted Plant for all of your fall and winter decorating needs!
 
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