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City Calendar

8/2 Municipal Court

 

8/7  Board of Adjustments 

(as needed)

        

8/7 Planning & Zoning

 

8/16 Board of Aldermen 

 

8/23 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.

Saturdays & Sundays in August: St. Jude's Dream Home Open House
607 Glenberry Place
Ashford Knoll subdivision

8/5 Kids Fun Fest 
at Cottleville Fire Department
10-2pm

8/17 Music At The Cabin 
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs & coolers and enjoy the FREE music in Legacy Park

8/18 State HorseshoeTournament Hosted at Knights of Columbus in Cottleville
5701 Highway N
Robert Shelton 314-486-9290

8/25 Hansen's Park & McAuley Playground Dedication
4525 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Please park at Mercy Kids or at Vetta Sports
Contact:  Carla Klaskin
636-614-3270 or

Welcome
New  
Businesses!
The Dinner Bell
NOW OPEN!!
475 Miralago Shore Dr.
636-642-1001

Great Beginnings 
Day Care & Preschool
NEW LOCATION!!
1401 Cottleville Parkway
636-936-8400

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

AMCO Ranger
NOW OPEN!
5185 Hwy N
636-441-2847

Tross Spine & Sports Performance
5055 Highway N, Ste 108
314-313-6631

Worldwide Outdoors
150 Weiss Rd., Suite 101
636-875-4505

Mergix Business Solutions
5377 Hwy N, Suite 216
Cottleville Synergy Center
314-899-2996

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

 







New Playground Coming to Pavilion C at Legacy Park

 
Pavilion C, which is located in Legacy Park near Harmony Lake off Cottleville Parkway, will be getting a new playground. This playground was fully funded by donations. We are happy to announce this new addition to our parks! Enjoy!!
 
Cottleville Farm & Home to 
Stock Buchheit Lake
 
Buchheit Lake in Scott A. Lewis Park will soon have fish thanks to Farm & Home.  They plan to stock the lake with $2000 worth of bass, blue gill and catfish beginning this fall. Recently, several other improvements have been added to Scott A. Lewis Park such as benches and purple martin houses around Buchheit Lake. 

Highway N Reopens to Through Traffic on Schedule
 
Highway N is now open for through traffic on the newly constructed lanes from Weiss Road to and from Eagle Hill Lane. Please use caution while construction continues on Highway N as the old pavement will soon be removed and the subdivision/home entrances will be under construction.The City has partnered with MoDOT and the Dardenne Greenway to also include in this road project, a new 10 foot wide paved trail/path on the north side of Highway N. 

Rich Francis Appointed Cottleville Weldon Spring 
Rotary Club President

Rich Francis, City Administrator, was recently appointed Cottleville Weldon Spring Rotary Club President. Past President Dan Faulkner of the Cottleville Fire Department ended his term as President not only by reaching his donation goals but surpassing them! 
Congrats gentlemen!
Amy Lewis Receives 
Paul Harris Award

Amy Lewis, Cottleville City Clerk/Treasurer, receives Paul Harris Award from the Rotary Foundation of International Rotary in appreciation of tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among people of the world. Congratulations Amy!

Tross Spine & Sports 
Makes  $400.00 Donation to 
Cottleville Police Department


Dr. Hendrix, with Tross Spine and Sports Performance, presented a donation check to  the City of Cottleville which is ear marked for the Cottleville Police Department. Chief Brett Mitchell much appreciates the donation!!! The monitary donation will be combined with other funds to support new needed police equipment. Thank you Tross Spine & Sports!!

 
Cottleville City Employee, 
Jane Heinrich Retires

After more than 10 years of faithful service, Jane Heinrich is retiring from the City where she served as interim court clerk, and then as the police records clerk. She will be greatly missed and we wish her the best as she enjoys traveling and some well deserved leisure time.  All the best Jane!


St. Jude's Cottleville Dream Home GIVEAWAY
 
To enter a chance to win the Cottleville St. Jude's Dream Home, click on:  
          
Block Party:                         August 13
Bonus Prize Deadline:     August 14    
Dream Home Giveaway: 
September 7




10 Year Old Girl Raises Money for Charity with Lemonade Stand 
When Ella Mateja was 7, she told her mom, Suzanne, that she wanted to start a lemonade stand to raise money to help families of police officers and the military.  So
now, every year, she picks a new organization to raise money for, and this year, the charity is called the Fallen Hero's Dream Ride.  This organization was started by the family of Marine Lance Corporal Phillip Vinnedge from Cottleville, who was killed in action in 2010.  They raise money to give dream "wishes" to the children of fallen members of the military.

Look for Ella's Lemonade Stand at Farm and Home on:
August 5: 9am-4pm
August 6: 10am-5pm

  
Mosquitoes & 
Your Safety

Summertime brings fun in the sun, but it also means pesky critters which can be annoying, and even dangerous.  If you need to request additional mosquito control in your neighborhood, email  lindsay.jones@cityofcottleville.com  

Mosquito safety is as easy as A, B, C, D...
A void bites---use insect repellent!
Be safe---always follow the repellent label instructions!
Cover up---wear loose, light-colored long sleeves and pants!
Dump---remove standing water around your home to reduce mosquito habitat!
**For more information about the St. Charles County Mosquito Control Program, please visit:   www.sccmo.org/mosquito**

Grass Clipping 101

When lawn clippings, fertilizers, soil, leaves, or animal wastes, are picked up by storm water runoff, they are carried directly to our local streams and lakes. All of these materials including grass clippings contain phosphorus. According to the U.S. EPA, phosphorus is one of the most troublesome pollutants in storm water runoff and it is considered the primary cause of water quality problems in our lakes, ponds and streams.
Grass clippings contribute nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous, which cause unwanted and uncontrolled growth of algae and aquatic weeds in the waterways. Increased algae growth is observed as green algae blooms or "scums" on lakes and ponds.
When mowing your yard, make certain that you do not blow grass clippings into the street. When mowing, make the first few passes with the lawnmower blowing the grass clippings into the lawn not the street. If there are grass clippings on the street or sidewalk, use a broom or leaf blower to blow them back into the lawn. Do not use a hose to wash them into the street or storm drains.
Keep your grass clippings on the lawn and not in the street or gutter. Remember, when you leave your grass clippings on the lawn, you add free fertilizer to your lawn. According to the U.S. EPA, leaving your grass clippings on the lawn doesn't cause thatch buildup. Grass clippings are about 90 percent water, so they decompose very quickly. Leaving your grass clippings on the lawn can reduce your lawn's annual fertilizer needs, reduce your fertilizer costs and reduce water pollution.


   
At The Dinner Bell, our mission is to take the stress and monotony out of mealtime by creating an efficient way to serve flavorful and nutritious meals in your home. We offer two options to make your experience as hassle-free as possible. You can schedule a session to prepare your pre-selected meals at our store, or you can come in and pick up any of our menu items prepared in advance by our chef. Back at home, simply follow the cooking instructions on the label and serve to your family or guests.


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