3/1 Municipal Court
3/6 Board of Adjustments
Planning & Zoning
3/11 St. Patrick's Day Parade
3/15 Board of Aldermen Meeting
3/22 Old Town Historic District Meeting (as needed)
Events in Cottleville!
For more information on any event, please
go to the City Calendar at
and click on the event.
3/1 Spring Sand Volleyball
in Legacy Park sign ups continue:
3/1 Mayor Stephen Kochanski Memorial SCC Scholarship Application Deadline
3/6 - 4/7
SCC Art Faculty Exhibition
March 6-April 7
Gallery of the Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building, St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville
Free and open to the public
3/7 St. Patrick's Resident
Pass Pick Up
4:00 - 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
4/1 Mission Clean Stream
4/8 Eggcellent Easter Egg Hunt
at Legacy Park
4638 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Bentley's Pet Stuff
6055 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
McCauley Animal Clinic
4646 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
1517 Cottleville Parkway
#1 Spot Convenience Mart-
5055 Hwy N, Suites 104 & 105
Sylvan Learning Center
4504 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
Jackson Hewitt Tax
6051 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
People's Equity Mortgage
4502 Mid Rivers Mall Dr
Adam J. Smith
5291 Fifth St.
Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Tentative Opening date April 15th
5991 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Formerly With A Twist
3957 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Under Construction at
Under Construction at
6021 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Under Construction at
5185 Highway N
Blooming Daisy Market
Coming Spring 2017
5541 Chestnut Street
Your Elected Officials:
Ward 1 Alderman
Ward 2 Alderman
Chief of Police:
Deputy City Clerk/Waste Hauling:
Lindsay Jones firstname.lastname@example.org
Court Clerk/Building Permits/Inspections:
Building Inspector/Park Maintenance:
Code Official/Construction Management
The bank owned property currently known as Katiebrook, located at Ohmes Road & Mid Rivers Mall Drive, has plans underway to finish the development by constructing single family homes built by Fischer & Frichtel. These will be similar to the cottage style homes built in the Miralago Subdivision. The home builder has met with existing condo/home owners of Katiebrook and they are pleased that the development will be completed with these new homes. The existing infrastructure will be removed and replaced with new streets, storm water system, trees, and street lighting.
Join us in cleaning up the Dardenne Creek Waterway, including the watershed areas and Legacy Park, along St. Peters Cottleville Road and Hwy N etc. All groups are encouraged to join. Register by
Craig Tihen, President of the St. Patrick's Foundation, presented the Mayor and Board of Aldermen a check for $5,000.00 to Cottleville Parks and Recreation at their February 15, 2017 meeting.
e are thrilled to announce that the City of Cottleville and its amazingly generous residents have won the Tri-City Food Drive competition this year! Thank you to everyone who donated. The food pantry at Sts. Joachim & Ann is so grateful for these donations every year. Let's keep this winning streak going for the City of Cottleville but more importantly for those in need.
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 a 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 commissioned as
a colonel in the state militia. John Pitman died January 1, 1839 at the age of 85 and was buried in the Pitman Cemetery located in what is now known as Cottleville.
It is with our deepest sympathy that we announce that our friend and coworker, Jay Douglas Diekmann has passed away today, February 24, 2017 after battling cancer. During 2005-2006 Jay served Cottleville through a volunteer program with Ford Motor Company. Jay was later hired as a full time employee on January 1, 2007 as the City's Building Inspector as well as performing most of the parks and public works maintenance. Jay was well known in the Cottleville community. It was often remarked Jay never met a stranger and was frequently seen patrolling the City in his work truck. Jay was known around City Hall for sharing duck tales, big buck stories, his quest for finding morels each spring and often frying some up for us. He also shared stories of the boating fun he enjoyed with his family. He will be deeply missed.
Patrick Tierney and Skip Stephens with the Cottleville Fire Fighter Outreach Program presented the Mayor and Board of Aldermen a new PA system at the February 15, 2017 Board of Aldermen meeting. The new PA will used for various events and ribbon cuttings. Thank You CFO!
The City of Cottleville recently announced a new alliance with TestMyTeen.com, an organization that has donated free home drug test kit vouchers to be shared anonymously with parents who need them. Use code
6F6K1 to get your free kit shipped to you. Think your teen may be "experimenting" with drugs, alcohol or tobacco?
It's best to solve problems before they occur or get much worse. Unfortunately, "friends" often try harder to make kids who say "no" to drugs, alcohol and tobacco feel like outcasts. Home testing kits have emerged that protect privacy and provide kids with a socially acceptable excuse such as, "My parents test me". For years, police have been the first to know when local kids used drugs while their parents were often the last to know. Now there is a way to REVERSE that trend!
Test My Teen Kits Free for Cottleville Residents
with special voucher code.
Special voucher code
The Cottleville Parks and Recreation Department has finished reconstructing the walking surface of the trail. It now has a rock base with screenings on top which provide a smooth walking surface. Additional improvements coming to the trail include benches, trash cans, pet waste stations, and educational signage. Improvements to the trail head/entrance area at Brittany Cove Drive will include split rail fencing, asphalt, and informational signage. The Kountz Fort Trail area has been added to the Mission Clean Stream project for trash and debris clean up on
. To volunteer for Mission Clean Stream contact
Also, the City has recently applied for additional funding from the Recreational Trail Program administered by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources in order to asphalt pave the entire trail from Brittany Cove Drive to Legacy Park. Grant recipients will be announced in late 2017.
The Kountz Fort Trail travels through the wooded area behind Brittany Place Subdivision and into the back of Legacy Park connecting to the current trail that runs along the Dardenne Creek. The City previously provided a graded, mulched, and tree lined trail in 2015. However, the historic 2015 December flood took its toll on those improvements. This new rock surface will be more of a hard surface that should better facilitate walking, biking and the flooding that occurs in this area.
The City recently
with an architect for design work and estimating construction cost for a
bathroom building and stage
at the amphitheater located in Legacy Park. These plans are underway and near completion
. Staff continues to work on prioritizing the project phases and reducing construction costs. The project is not yet fully funded. however, progress continues to move forward toward obtaining funding and a construction
The City of Cottleville is happy to announce that the Kochanski Multi Sport Field is available for reserved practice sessions and games in 2017.
to find the Kochanski Sports Field reservation form. All requirements, costs, etc are listed on the form. There is also a sign up calendar to see available dates for games and practices.