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5/2 Board of Adjustments-5:30pm

(As Needed)

5/2 Rescheduled to 5/9 Old Town Historic Commission-6pm

(As Needed)

5/2 Planning & Zoning

& Any Applicable Public Hearings if Needed-7pm

5/4 Municipal Court-6pm

5/18 Board of Aldermen

& Any Applicable Public Hearings if Needed- 7pm

5/30 Memorial Day

6/1 Municipal Court-6pm

6/6 Board of Adjustments-5:30pm

(As Needed)

6/6 Old Town Historic Commission-6pm

(As Needed)

6/6 Planning & Zoning

& Any Applicable Public Hearings if Needed-7pm

Cottleville Events:

5/7 Shred It & Forget It 


Rescheduled  to 7/23

135 Ecology Drive

5/20 St. Joseph Spirit Day Parade


Expect Delays


New Businesses

Now Open!

New Location-Now Open

Len's Auto Repair Shop

5585 Highway N


Complete Auto Body & Repair Shop (Now Open)

5161 Highway N


Rouge Floral Design


5055 Highway N


AK Operations

261 Madison Park Dr.


Coming Soon!

Rapid Dry

1989 Lohmar Lane

Caddy Shack Golf Carts

1989 Lohamr Lane

Brown Family Dentistry

Under Construction!

5350 Hwy N

Frank Martin's Garden

Under Construction!

5372 St. Charles Street

Hi-Pointe Burger

Construction Has Begun!

Mid Rivers Mall Drive

QDoba Mexican Grill

Construction Has Begun!

Mid Rivers Mall Drive

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Your Elected Officials: 


Bob Ronkoski


Ward 1 Aldermen:

John Stiles

Michael Guccione

Ward 2 Aldermen:

Stephen Thompson

Mike Krekeler

City Staff:

City Administrator/Zoning/

Economic Development:

Rich Francis 

City Clerk/Treasurer:

Amy Lewis 

Deputy City Clerk/Waste Hauling:

Lindsay Jones

Assistant City Engineer/Public Works:

Leland Maize

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement:

John Evans

Front Desk/Inspection Scheduling:

Hannah Glisson

Parks Maintenance:

Mike Braun

Chief of Police:

Steve James

Court Administrator

Jeana Arbuckle

Prosecutor's Assistant:

Vicki Shope

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Update-Brown Family Dental Facility Under Construction in Cottleville

Brown Family Dental is relocating their business to Cottleville and

has begun constructing a new building at 5350 Highway N in the

historic area of Cottleville. The building features a general store

front style façade. At the City's and the OTHD's request, the owner is

featuring the hand hewn logs (circa 1799) which were saved from the

deteriorated home on the site that was demolished.

Check out these before and after photos.!

For more information please visit: BrownFamilyDentalCare

*Dr. Brown began his dental career in the US Army and currently

operates his dental business in St. Peters. Cottleville is looking

forward to becoming their new home!

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Mission: Clean Stream Recap

A big THANK YOU to all those who participated in the 20th anniversary

of mission clean stream earlier this month! Cottleville had 92

volunteers registered to participate in our City's two day mission:

clean stream event on April 2nd and 3rd! With 16 clean up sites and

802 pounds of trash collected, it was a success! If you were not available on April 2nd or April 3rd, no problem! You can still keep Cottleville clean by:

Picking up trash in your own yard

Take a walk in your subdivision and pick up trash

Enjoy a walk on our park trails and pick up trash

Pick up trash around your place of business

Pick up trash at your school or church

Pick up trash along roadways and sidewalks

Pick up trash around park lakes and along creeks

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CWS Rotary Dog Show's Best of Show Winner is.....

An Australian cattle dog named Fancy out of Ballwin, Mo won Best of

Show recently at the CWS Rotary Club "Fun for Paws Dog Show" in Legacy Park. She is four and half years old and her owner Taylor says Fancy is her best friend. After her time serving in the military and

experiencing some struggles upon returning home, Fancy helped turn

Taylor's life around. Fancy won Best of Show as well as Best Listener.

She won best listener by performing sit, stay, come, high five, and

whispering to her owner! Taylor named Fancy after the song Fancy by Reba McEntire. She is trained to recognize that song and gets very excited when she hears it! Taylor is employed by a doggie daycare and boarding establishment.  Judges left to right: 

Sheriff Scott Lewis, Mayor Bob Ronkoski, Joann Leykam, St. Charles County Director of Administration.


New Elected Officials Take Oath Of Office

At a recent Board of Aldermen meeting, Alderman

Michael Guccione Ward 1, and Alderman Mike Krekeler Ward 2, were sworn in by Amy Lewis, City Clerk to serve a two year term as Cottleville Aldermen. Welcome!


Don Buchheit receives a standing ovation when recognized for his 35

Years of Service to Cottleville!

At the April Board of Aldermen meeting, Mayor Bob Ronkoski presented Alderman Don Buchheit an award plaque for his many years of service to the citizens of Cottleville. Don's service began back in 1987 when he was appointed to fill a vacant term on Cottleville's Board of Trustees and was officially elected the following year as a Trustee. After Cottleville became a fourth class city, he would continue on to be elected as Alderman. Don has resided in Cottleville since 1974 and operates Buchheit Supply, a family owned business. Four generations of his family call Cottleville home. Don has been elected by his peers as President of the Board for most of those years as well. During his award presentation, Don made remarks of all the changes he has seen over the years including; farm fields changing into subdivisions, no local gas stations or grocery stores and police response times of 15 minutes to 1 hour prior to having our own police department. Don has worked with as many as 9 Cottleville Mayors/Chairmen and 30 different Trustees/Aldermen along the way as well as supporting staff without hesitation. Mayor Ronkoski stated,

"Don has been a great mentor for new board members including himself. Don is a father of 2 with 5 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. He and his wife Barb have been married nearly 53 years. Buchheit Lake, located in Scott A. Lewis Park, was dedicated to Don in August of 2016 after his 30 years of service."

Alderman Buchheit received a standing ovation from all those present

at the meeting. Thank you Don Buchheit for all you have done to make Cottleville what it is today! A great place to live, work and play!


Pedestrian Crosswalk 

Improvement& Guard Rail 


City staff is working on improvements to the pedestrian crosswalk on Weiss Road near Lohmar Lane. Currently, the solar powered signal can only support yellow flashing lights. The City is waiting on the arrival of the upgraded equipment that was ordered to improve this crosswalk which includes a push button as well as red and yellow lights.

The goal is to make it a safer crosswalk by stopping traffic with red lights.

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Now Hiring Seasonal Parks Groundskeeper -Maintenance Positions!


Do you know someone who is looking for seasonal work and loves the outdoors? 

Cottleville is hiring!

Click the link below for more information: Seasonal Employment For Hire

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Shred It Event Postponed


The Shred It event planned for May 7, 2022, at the City of St. Peters’ Environmental Services Building (135 Ecology Drive) has been postponed due to scheduling issues for shredding services. The free residential event has been rescheduled to July 23 from 9 a.m.-noon - at the City of St. Peters’ Environmental Services Building (135 Ecology Drive) .  Your Cottleville Resident Privilege Card is required for this service.  You may bring up to 5 boxes of documents to be shredded. For information to obtain a resident ID: Resident ID Card

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Park Improvements & Added Public Parking On Way!

The City will soon be seeking RFP's for paving and stripping the gravel parking lot at the multi sports field in the rear of Legacy Park. Design work continues at this time. Upon completion of the project, resealing and restriping the existing Legacy Park parking lot will be done as well.

Also, the City has completed design work and is currently seeking RFP's to add irrigation at the Kochanski Multi Sports Field this year. A contractor has been selected to add irrigation to Hansen Park and work should begin in late May, weather permitting.

Design work continues to add an approximate additional 65 paved parking spaces in and around City Hall and Legacy Park. A RFP will be used to select a contractor in early summer. In addition, the owner plans to provide a new public parking lot on the west side of Frankie Martin's Garden with access from St. Charles Street. This lot should add approximately 50 more spaces. 

Area projects continue:

Gutermuth Road & Overpass

MoDOT and the St. Charles County Road Board have finished constructing an overpass on Page/364 at Gutermuth. Landscaping with fountain grasses and liriope are planned to be added to all roundabouts in 2022. The "Gutermuth" sign with the City of Cottleville logo has arrived. A contractor has been selected to install the sign and lighting to the overpass in 2022. We are on the list awaiting their availability. The St. Charles County Road Board has also dedicated funding to straighten and widen Gutermuth Road on to Motherhead Road including an 8 foot wide multi-use trail to be constructed on both sides of Gutermuth Road. Design and right-of- way acquisition continues at this time which has delayed phase 3 of the project. For more information: Gutermuth road phase 3

Hwy N Overlay and New Sidewalk

The City has partnered with MoDOT and the St. Charles County Road Board to provide improvements to Highway N between Mannino's Market and Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Plans include an asphalt overlay, striping and a new sidewalk on the SOUTH side of Highway N. Design and right-of-way work is complete. St. Charles County Road Board has selected a contractor and notice has been given to proceed with construction. Weather permitting, the tentative project completion date is fall of 2022. For more information: Highway N Improvements

Jim Hennessey Trail Extension onto Manors of Meadowlake

At resident requests, the trail and pathway along Highway N, now known as the Jim Hennessey Trail, will be extended to the Manors of Meadowlake subdivision at the western edge of the City limits. Right- of- way work continues. The City then plans to seek more competitive bids through a 2nd RFP process and should select a contractor this spring or summer. The trail is part of the Dardenne Greenway and improvements will include an 8 foot wide asphalt trail extension from Dardenne Farms.  

Last month, portions of the new guardrails were installed along the NORTH side of Highway N between the road way and the Jim Hennessey Trail in areas between Colonial Green and Winterbrooke subdivisions. The City is seeking additional bids to install more guardrails.

Storm Water Improvements on Dardenne Farms Drive & Lac Terre Court

At resident requests, due to deteriorated storm water pipe and or lack of a drainage system design right-of-way work is complete in an effort to make storm water improvements at the areas of Dardenne Farms Drive AND Lac Terre Court. A contractor will soon be selected through a bid process most likely in May with construction scheduled to begin this spring or early summer, weather permitting.

New Sidewalk and Trail Extension to be Added at

Columbus Pointe Entrance.

The City plans to provide improvements to the Columbus Pointe Subdivision Entrance at Norgate Court with a new sidewalk/trail extension on the east side of Gutermuth Road. Design work is complete while right-of-way acquisition continues. A contractor will then be selected through a bid process. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring or summer, weather permitting.



Potholes, Street Slab & Sidewalk Repairs

In 2021, the City did a massive street slab replacement project throughout the City in area subdivisions. However, with the winter weather thawing and all the salt added to City roadways, more pot holes and erosion have appeared. Slab replacement and repairs will continue in 2022 within the City of Cottleville starting in Madison Park & Timberwood Farms subdivisions. A list is already being made in an effort to be ready when crews are staffed, available, asphalt can be laid and concrete can be poured. You may report slab(s), pothole(s), or sidewalk(s) in need of repair now or at any time, please contact or 636-498-6565 dial 9.

Blue Bag Crew Recycling Tips!

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Twilight Tuesday's Live

Music Schedule Announced!


70's, 80's, 90's and Now!

Tuesday, June 14th


80's Pop/Rock/New-Wave Era

Tuesday, June 28th



Tuesday, July 12th


Top 40/ Rock and Roll

Tuesday, July 26th


80's Tribute Band

Tuesday, August 9th


70's, 80's, 90's Rock and Roll, Pop, Country and occasional Hip Hop tunes

Tuesday, August 23rd

In Legacy Park at the

CWS Rotary Amphitheater!!

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

*Parking is available but limited at Legacy Park. Additional parking is in the rear of the park at the Kochanski Sports Field. Additional paving and parking will be added around City Hall and the park area in 2022. CWS Rotary Amphitheater is designed for local visitors to walk, bike, or golf cart in and enjoy the music! Grab dinner to go and bring your blankets or chairs. Please no golf carts on the amphitheater hill or grass. Use designated vehicle parking spaces only. (Any cancellations due to weather will be posted on our website and or social media).

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Pledge to Recycle Now

by Enrolling Online:

Enroll in Recycling here: Blue Bag Crew Enrollment


Get your Teams Ready! EARLY SUMMER Leagues Now Forming 

Legacy Park sand volleyball registration now open at

CPD Communique 

CPD Now Hiring Full Time Police Officers

The Cottleville Police department is now hiring full time police officer and is offering an excellent pay and benefit package including including health, dental, vision, life, STD, LTD, LAGERs Pension.

For more information or to apply please visit:

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Before You Cart Know the Cottleville Golf Cart Rules & Regulations!

Once again, CPD has been out doing golf cart enforcement but if you would like to report any concerning behavior at the time of occurrence, please call our 24 hour non emergency police dispatch at 636-939-9966. Thank you.

Share the Cottleville golf cart rules with family and neighbors!! Golf Cart Regulations



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4600 - 4760 Mid Rivers Mall Drive


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 this available location on Highway N!! It's a great location in a high visibility area. Check it out today!


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

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5209 Highway N

Cottleville, Mo 63304

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5208 Highway N, Suite 103

Cottleville, Mo 63304

Check out the Flower Stop for all your flower needs! They have nice flower selections for Mother's Day coming up! Also check out Lily and Day for cute Spring and Summer clothes! They have a variety of fun clothing selections! The best part is that they are both locally owned here in Cottleville!

Shop Local, Shop Cottleville!