City Calendar
Planning & Zoning;
Board of Adjustments

11/5 Election Day

Municipal Court

Veteran's Day

Board of Aldermen              Meeting

Old Town               
Historic Meeting 
(as needed)

11/28 Thanksgiving
Events in Cottleville!
Mark Your Calendars!

11/2 Shred It
9:00am - Noon
135 Ecology Dr.
St. Peters, MO
*Cottleville Resident Privilege Card is required for this service. You may bring up to 5 boxes of documents to be shredded.

11/18 - 11/20 No Hunger Holiday
Knights of Columbus
5701 Hwy N

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


Surface Experts-Central STL
1412 Colonial Dr.

Treats Unleashed
6053 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.

ReFind Vintage Market
5335 Highway N

Coming Soon!
Yuppy Puppy Pet Spa 
5291 Hwy. N

The Pet Doctor
5291 Highway N

Avalon Park Senior Independent Living
Kevin Kast

Mudslingers Coffee
3917 Mid Rivers Mall

1798 BBQ
5210 Highway N

Your Elected Officials: 


Jim Hennessey


Ward 1 Alderman

Marie Mannino

Ward 1 Alderman
John Stiles
Ward 2 Alderman
Don Buchheit

Ward 2 Alderman
Bob Ronkoski



Contact us:

City Administrator:

Rich Francis 


Chief of Police:

Steve James


City Clerk/Treasurer:

Amy Lewis 


Deputy City Clerk/Waste Hauling:

Lindsay Jones 


Court Clerk/Building Permits/Inspections:

Jeana Arbuckle 


Building Inspector/Park Maintenance:

Keith Roettger


Code Official/Construction Management:

John Evans


Trail Improvements Coming 
To Scott A. Lewis Park

A contractor has recently been selected to extend the Scott A. Lewis Park trail  around Buchheit Lake to the nearby Calvary Church trails. The trail circles around their property near Dardenne Creek. This new trail extension will now provide walkers and riders access to an additional 1.5 miles of trailways. This project should break ground very soon, weather permitting. 
City of Cottleville Awarded LWCF Grant for Hansen Park

The City of Cottleville was recently awarded a grant to install restrooms, picnic tables, and a large pavilion at McAuley playground. A  contractor   has   been   selected  and construction should begin this fall. This project  has   been  funded by the Land & Water Conservation Fund and the Cottleville Parks & Recreation. The project should be concluded by summer of 2020, weather permitting. 

McAuley Playground is located in Hansen Park behind the Mercy Kids Medical Building on Ohmes Road. This is an inclusive playground specifically designed to remove physical and social barriers so ALL children with and without disabilities and/or critical illnesses can play side by side with their peers and families.  

Mayor Jim Hennessey 
Declares 24th of October as Rotary World Polio Day in Cottleville, Missouri

WHEREAS , Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who unite and take action to create lasting change in communities across the globe; and
WHEREAS , the Rotary motto, Service Above Self, inspires members to provide humanitarian service, follow high ethical standards, and promote goodwill and peace in the world; and
WHEREAS,  Rotary in 1985 launched PolioPlus and in 1988 helped establish the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, which today includes the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UNICEF, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to immunize the children of the world against polio; and
WHEREAS , polio cases have dropped by 99.9 percent since 1988 and the world stands on the threshold of eradicating the disease; and
WHEREAS to date, Rotary has contributed more than US$1.9 billion and countless volunteer hours to protecting more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries; and
WHEREAS , Rotary is working to raise an additional $50 million per year, which would be leveraged for maximum impact by an additional $100 million annually from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; and
WHEREAS , these efforts are providing much-needed operational support, medical staff, laboratory equipment, and educational materials for health workers and parents; and
WHEREAS,  in addition, Rotary has played a major role in decisions by donor governments to contribute more than $8 billion to the effort; and
WHEREAS , there are over 1900 Rotary members in more than 50 clubs throughout District 6060 in Eastern Missouri that sponsor service projects to address such critical issues as poverty, disease, hunger, illiteracy, and the environment in their local communities and abroad;
Therefore , I, Jim Hennessey, Mayor of the City of Cottleville, Missouri,  on behalf of the Board of Alderman, do hereby proclaim the 24th of October as World Polio Day in Cottleville Missouri and encourage all citizens to join me and Rotary International in the fight for a polio-free world.
IN WITNESS, WHEREOF , I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of Cottleville, Missouri in the Mayor's Office this 16th day of September in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Nineteen.   
 Jim Hennessey, Mayor                                   
Attest: Amy C. Lewis, City Clerk  
No Hunger Holiday 2019
Officials with No Hunger Holiday are busy planning for the 2019 event, which marks the 29th Anniversary of the Thanksgiving Day-based drive. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, November 26, 2019. With continued expansion into Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery Counties along with growth in St. Charles County No Hunger Holiday is expected to provide full Thanksgiving Day meals to more than 3,000 families. We are grateful to our agency partners, donors, vendors, volunteers and the army of individuals that help make No Hunger Holiday possible every year. Every year No Holiday overtakes the Pezold Banquet and Meeting Center on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving and turns the facility into a distribution center where more than 2,000 boxes are filled with everything that makes up a complete Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
Our volunteer spots are filling fast. If you are interested in taking part for any or all of the day on Tuesday Nov. 26, contact us today to see how you can help. Visit for much more information.
Make sure to follow daily announcements via our Facebook page!
Pezold Banquet Center--volunteers can stop by between 8am and 2pm on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
5701 Highway N
Cottleville, MO   63304
**A cash donation of $35 can provide dinner for a family of four and can be made to No Hunger Holiday, c/o Doug Helfrich, 23 Springwood Dr. St. Peters, MO 63376


  The 10 th Annual Bi-City Holiday Food Drive is currently underway and will be ending on January 10 th , 2020. This is the tenth year Weldon Spring and Cottleville have participated in a friendly competition.  Cottleville took the win in 2019 and currently holds the trophy! We are looking for non-perishable food items and toiletries such as; cereal, dry pasta, sauce, canned goods, baby diapers, toothpaste, shampoo, cleaning items, etc.  Items can be dropped off at City Hall. All of the items collected by Cottleville will go to Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service, which is the largest social services provider for individuals, families, and children in the Tri-County area of St. Charles, Lincoln & Warren counties. 
  In addition, we are also collecting items for our four-legged friends.  These donations will go to Five Acres Animal Shelter. This is the only "No-Kill" shelter in St. Charles County and relies on private donations in order to operate.  They can use; dog treats, dog toys, kitty litter, bleach, paper towels, unshredded newspapers and trash bags. New and gently used towels, blankets, sheets, beds, collars, and leashes are needed too.

Cottleville City Hall Lobby
5490 Fifth Street (off Highway N)
Monday -- Friday; 9am - 5pm
November 1 through January 10

We would like to share and spread the wealth.  Please take time to consider those less fortunate and donate what you can this fast approaching holiday season.
Thank you for spreading cheer!


Mark Your Calendars!!
During the week of December 16th, City officials will once again be cruising Cottleville neighborhoods looking for amazing holiday light displays.  They will award prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places on Thursday, December 19th.   Cottleville residents never disappoint with their amazing light displays, and we are sure that this year will be no different!  We look forward to seeing this year's Christmas Spirit throughout Cottleville! 
Coming to 5556 Oak Street in Historic Down Town Cottleville

Construction will begin later this year on the Shops at Creekside Cottleville, a 4,400 square foot building offering retail and commercial space at the street level and 6 downtown 2 bedroom apartments above. A lower level basement garage space will also be offered. This will be home to Hero Realty, which currently operates out of the single family style home at this location. Welcome to Cottleville!


Cottleville Synergy Center
5377 Highway N

5342 Highway N, Suite A
Contact Info:

Imagine your business in Cottleville?!? We Rich Francis at for available Cottleville locations.  Cottleville offers great locations for boutiques, retail shops, architects, attorneys, insurance offices, cafes, accountants, real estate offices, sandwich shops, book stores, coffee houses, bakeries, restaurants and more...with GREAT visibility. Check out these available office spaces located in the charming Cottleville Old Town Historic District.  See above for contact information.

*If you would like to feature your space available  for sale or lease in our enews please email 
5212 Highway N

6091 MRMD

3945 MRMD

4716 MRMD

PIZZA!!  Cottleville has many GREAT options for pizza, salad, calzones and much more.  Stop by one of these locations today!

*If you would like to feature your business in our enews please email
City of Cottleville / 5490 Fifth Street / Cottleville, Missouri 63304 /