Yes, you must see Pasadena Hills. View the picture “beyond the big gateway", the most beautiful subdivision in the environs of St. Louis County.
The natural beauty of Pasadena Hills has been retained and the grounds so arranged that 15 percent of the total acreage is devoted to open ravines and park areas... shared by all neighbors for recreational purposes and community events.
The flowers and landscaping are a reflection of the pride the community takes in preserving this historic place. Neighborhood organizations such as the Garden Club and Flowers in the Hills have made it their calling to preserve the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
The Pasadena Hills Historic District Commission helped the City achieve its National Register of Historic Places status with the United States Department of Interior National Park Service in 2005, preserving the unique and beautiful architecture of this one of a kind community.
Today, Pasadena Hills is one of the oldest and most established neighborhoods in St. Louis County. Only minutes from Downtown, the Airport, Forest Park, the St. Louis Zoo, the Jewel Box, the Muny Theater, University of Missouri– St. Louis, Busch Stadium, Edward Jones Dome, plus many other points of interest…
Pasadena Hills may be the most ideally located neighborhood in all of St. Louis.
After careful deliberation and consideration of two excellent proposals from the St. Louis County Police and Normandy Police, the Board of Aldermen has chosen to continue our service with St. Louis County. The process of negotiation involving these two departments resulted in a cost savings of nearly $30,000 over our previous agreement with virtually no change to our level of service.
Officer Joe Hollacher will continue to patrol our community on a full-time basis with Officer Whalen who will continue to split his night shift between Pasadena Hills and Norwood Court. These fine officers are supported by other supplementary patrols and a strong leadership team. We are grateful for all they do to protect us.
Both St. Louis County Police and Normandy Police departments complimented our residents on their civil and thoughtful dialogue at the public meeting. The Board appreciates your input and positive contributions to the process.
Please feel free to contact your Alderperson or the Mayor with any questions or concerns. Contact information for elected officials is provided on the website Contact page and through City Hall at 314-382-4453314-382-4453.
Information on the land-use plan and the roadway plans were displayed at the Normandy Branch of the St. Louis County Library for public comment. We received many supportive comments on the plan, as well as constructive comments of the roadway design. The comments were incorporated into the plans. Based on comments that were received for the conceptual roadway design, preliminary design plans were prepared and submitted to the Missouri Department of Transportation on September 30, 2010. The plan comments have been incorporated into the plan documents. The roadway plans will reconstruct Natural Bridge Road from west of West Drive, to Lucas and Hunt Road. Planning report documents are being reviewed by the Natural Bridge Advisory Committee.
Here is the out put of the proposed land-use and roadway plans:
To learn more about the project schedule, projected costs and other infomation, please click here.
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