City Calendar

 

4/17 Board of Aldermen Meeting

 

4/24 Old Town (as needed)

  

Events in Cottleville!
Mark Your Calendars!

4/6 Mission Clean Stream
Legacy Park
 8:00 am
*To register:
or call 636-498-6565

4/13 Susan Brewer Service First Easter Egg Hunt in Legacy Park
9:45 am - 11:00 am
9:45 am - Easter bunny photos
10:00 am - Hunt

4/20 Blooming Daisy Market Place Pop Up Market
5541 Chestnut St.
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

4/28 Cottleville Wine Seller
Sip & Shop
5314 Hwy N
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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

Welcome
New 
Businesses
Lizzy Lou's Shaved Ice
3917 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
314-605-3750

Coming Soon!
Peoples Bank & Trust
1499 Cottleville Parkway

Old School House 
5546 Chestnut St.
Available for lease
Contact :

Synergy Center
5377 Highway N 
Lease space available 
Contact:

Whiskey Run Coffee 
6470 Highway N

Your Elected Officials: 

Mayor

Jim Hennessey

jim.hennessey@cityofcottleville.com

 

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

rich.francis@cityofcottleville.com 

 

Chief of Police:

Steve James

steve.james@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@cityofcottleville.com

 

Code Official/Construction Management:

John Evans

john.evans@cityofcottleville.com

 





Cottleville Mayor 
Jim Hennessey Named 
2019 Irish Man of the Year
 
Honored for his hard work and dedication to the City of Cottleville, Jim Hennessey was selected as the 2019 Irish Man of The Year at the recent St. Patrick's Gala held at Old Hickory Golf Club. Mayor Hennessey was praised for his tremendous love for his family and community. Congratulations Mayor Hennessey!
 
St. Charles County
Humane  Services 
Reminds Residents
To Vaccinate Pets

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO -  As spring draws closer and warmer weather returns, outdoor activity for pets and people will increase. This increased activity brings a greater opportunity for contact with wild animals and a threat for exposure to rabies infection. As a reminder,  St. Charles County Animal Control Ordinance Section 205.110  requires all dogs and cats to be vaccinated against the rabies virus and that this vaccination be registered with the Division of Humane Services.
 
Rabies is a dangerous virus found in the saliva of mammals that infects the nervous system. Most commonly spread by bats and skunks in Missouri, pets and humans can become exposed through bites or scratches by infected animals. In both pets and humans, common symptoms of rabies infection include fever, body ache/difficulty moving, neck stiffness, brain swelling, and paralysis. In animals, unusual or atypical behavior and foaming at the mouth are also common. If these symptoms develop, the result is rarely survivable - although human deaths in the United States are rare because of effective treatment procedures.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Doug Bolnick, Public Information Officer, (636) 949-7408

Cottleville Court Administrator Appointed as Secretary of MSLACA
 


Jeana Arbuckle currently serves as Cottleville's Court Administrator and has been  appointed to the Metropolitan St. Louis Association for Court Administration.  Her term is for 2 years.
Congratulations Jeana!

Missouri Sheriff Magazine Features Former 
Cottleville Chief of Police

 
Sheriff Scott A. Lewis (former Cottleville Chief of Police) was featured on the cover of this month's Missouri Sheriff Magazine. Check out this link to take a look at the magazine
Also, you can support the Missouri Sheriff Association by becoming a MSA member for as little as $25.00:

Last Chance for VB Sign Ups!!

 
Get your friends, family or coworkers together and sign up for sand volleyball!  It's great fun & great exercise!  Check out the website below.



Resident Camera Program 
Do you currently utilize video surveillance at your home or business? If you do, the Cottleville Police Department could use your help! The Cottleville Police Department is implementing a voluntary Camera Registration Program. This program will allow residents and business owners to register their address allowing the Cottleville Police to know about locations of nearby video systems. Video surveillance footage is one of the best methods to identify and convict suspects. If a crime was to occur near a registered resident or business owners system, it may have captured the incident. Reviewing the video footage and imagery could possibly provide information leading to an identification and arrest of a suspect. Registering for this program is 100 percent voluntary and does not give the Cottleville Police Department access to your camera system.  If you would like to join our program, please complete the Camera Registration Form. Registrants can always choose to withdraw from the program at any time by calling the Cottleville Police at 636-498-6464.

St. Charles County Veterans Museum Opens April 12
At the O'Fallon City Council meeting on Feb. 28, organizer Jim Higgins confirmed that the grand opening of the St. Charles County Veterans Museum, 410 East Elm Street in O'Fallon, will be at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 12.
After a full day of operation, there will be a special ceremony at 6 p.m. The public is invited to both, and admission is free.

The original idea for the Veterans Museum came six years ago from Ralph Barralle, a World War II U.S. Army veteran. "Ralph's Dream" as it is now called, was to have a place where stories could be told of veterans' service and the sacrifices they made. Higgins explained that Barralle had said for years "No one is ever gone, as long as someone still has memories of them." That sentiment became a core value of the museum and the volunteers creating it.


OFFICE/RETAIL 
SPACE AVAILABLE


6045, 6047, 6049 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
Schnuck's Plaza


Imagine your business in Cottleville?!? We do.....contact Rich Francis at rich.francis@cityofcottleville.com 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 multiple available store front locations on Mid Rivers Mall Dr. in the desirable Cottleville Landing shopping center, with anchor stores like Schnucks & Office Max. 
For More Information, call Scout Realty Group at 314-394-2022.

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

Buchheit Supply
388 Weiss Rd.
636-978-5402
Farm & Home
5995 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
636-317-1122


For all your spring and summer yard and gardening needs, don't forget your local suppliers!

 *If your business would like to be featured in our enews spotlight please email jeana.arbuckle@cityofcottleville.com

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