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City of Pasadena Hills

Phone:

314-382-4453

Address: 

3915 Roland Blvd
Pasadena Hills, MO 63121

Email: 

CityHall@pasadenahills.com

City Hall Business Hours

Tues. and Thurs.: 
9am to 1pm

Tues. and Thurs.: 
3pm to 5pm

Wednesday: 
9am to 1pm

2nd Saturday: 
9am to 1pm

 

  
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Welcome to the new online home for Pasadena Hills.  This site has information that is intended for the general public.  Residents can use the Residents link to get access to information that is specifically geared to them.

We would appreciate your feedback.  Use the Contact Us page for any suggestions or criticisms.

 

  

​It is that time of year again! The Pasadena Hills Holiday Party will be Sunday, December 14th from 3 to 6pm at the Hunt House (Roanoke Realty). The address is 7717 Natural Bridge Rd. St. Louis, MO 63121. There will be appetizers, drinks, music, attendance prizes and city awards. Lastly, if you would like to bring a warm appetizer, finger food, fruit, nuts or cheese to share, please contact Kathy Hamre at kathyhamre2@gmail.com or Shane Hoxworth at shox820@gmail.com to let us know what you can bring. Please join us for fun, food, and fellowship! Hope to see you there!

  

A volunteer effort led by Shane Hoxworth, Travis Evans, Alderman David Hoffman, Kathy Hamre and Ruth Smith created a wonderful environment for a community event that showcased our residents and unity.  Sean and Katelyn Hamre set the festive mood by honoring us with a sample of their musical talent.  Residents provided a variety of delicious food that was enjoyed by all.
 
Congratulations to the co-winners of the Volunteer of the Year award Katie Pfoehler and Jeannie Bruns who were honored for 25 years of service working on the islands and plantings around the fountain.
 
The following residents received Most Improved House awards from our Building Commissioner Paul Doerner:  Huey Hawkins, Travis Evans & Shane Hoxworth, Joseph & Erica Pagano, Joseph Forrestine and Jan Jenkins.  Mr. Doerner came-up with this idea as a way to honor residents who have made significant improvements to their homes this year.
 
In the spirit of the season, our selected charity - The Little Bit Foundation, received cash donations of $340 as well as clothing and supplies for the area children that they serve.  Pasadena Hills resident Teresia Simmons will be delivering these gifts to the foundation later this week.  If you were not able to make a donation yesterday and would still like to contribute, please drop-off your gift at City Hall Tuesday morning or Thursday morning.
 
On behalf of the volunteers, employees, appointed officials, elected officials and the City of Pasadena Hills - Happy Holidays and New Year.  I hope the holiday season brings you closer to family and friends.​

  

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Residents,

As you may know, our community has been awarded a $277,500 grant from the Parks Commission for improvements to Roland Park.

This grant will allow us to restore the pond to a depth that will prevent growth of unsightly and smelly algae and will also provide funds to rebuild the decking which has deteriorated and reached the end of its lifecycle.  The purpose of the Parks Grant program is to create community gathering spaces so some funds will go towards satisfying those requirements.

The pond committee will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, February 19th at 7pm at Jefferson School to discuss the grant and answer any questions or concerns about the project.  I apologize for the short notice but we are on a very tight schedule – all work associated with the grant must be completed by December 31st.  Following the Town Hall Meeting, there will be a Special Meeting of the Board of Aldermen which will include a proposal to authorize the use City funds to get started.

I hope to see you there.  If you are unable to attend but have questions or concerns, please include them in a reply to this email or drop them by City Hall before Thursday.  I will reply by email to any emailed queries and will also read and provide answers at the meeting so everyone can be informed.

Repeating the key information:

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Park Grant
Thursday, February 19th at 7pm

…to be immediately followed by:

Special Meeting of the Board of Aldermen

Thank you,

Geno Salvati
Mayor
City of Pasadena Hills, Missouri
Mayor@PasadenaHills.com
314-382-4453

  

All residents are invited to a Town Hall meeting to discuss our upcoming Police contract and the bid process.  Representatives from agencies that are participating in the bidding will be present to discuss their proposal and take questions from the audience.

Please join us at 7pm on Tuesday, December 8th at Jefferson School (enter through the back-door gym entrance).

  

It is that time of year again!

The Pasadena Hills Holiday Party will be Saturday December 12th from 4 to 7pm at the Hunt House (Roanoke Realty). The address is 7717 Natural Bridge Rd. St. Louis, MO 63121.

There will be appetizers, drinks, and music. If you would like to bring a warm appetizer, finger food, fruit, nuts or cheese to share, please contact Kathy Hamre at kathyhamre2@gmail.com or Shane Hoxworth at shox820@gmail.com to let us know what you can bring. Please join us for fun, food, and fellowship! Hope to see you there!

If you attended last year you will probably remember the festive atmosphere created by our master decorators Alderman David Hoffman, Shane Hoxworth and Travis Evans as well as the amazing music performed by residents Sean and Katelyn Hamre.  All are returning this year to make this event the highlight of our city's social calendar.

In keeping with the spirit of the holidays we will be accepting donations in the following categories to benefit the St. Vincent Home for Children:

  • Everyday Living
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Athletics & Recreation
  • Educational Items
  • Miscellaneous
  

​This year, the city of Pasadena Hills was one of 5, 24:1 municipalities to receive an award of up to $10,000 from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) through its Tree Resource Improvement and maintenance (TRIM) cost-share grant program for a community tree inventory. Beyond Housing wrote grants in coordination with 13 municipalities for this year’s TRIM grant cycle. 24:1 refers to the 24 communities within the boundaries of the Normandy Schools Collaborative Geography for one vision of strong communities, engaged families and successful children. 24:1 is a place-based community initiative convened and facilitated by Beyond Housing. As part of this initiative, a majority of the 24:1 area municipalities are working together to provide more effective and efficient service delivery.

As a result, this year Pasadena Hills will receive $3950 from MDC with a match of $2513. Our match may include efforts made by members of this community working on our common areas. The grant is to enable us to have an inventory of the trees conducted in our public areas and provide a detailed summary of their condition. The grant money includes a 3-year subscription to the TreeKeeper 7.7 software to maintain the data that will better allow for effective forestry management. Next year, we will be in a position to apply to MDC for tree maintenance grants.

TRIM is a competitive grant that helps communities provide safe and healthy trees. Investment in trees provides lasting improvement in cleaning the air, soil and water.  The participating municipalities jointly bid the work to make state and local taxpayer dollars go farther. This year, Beyond Housing estimates the municipalities saved close to $60,000 by bidding this and other grant-related the work together.

Many thanks to 24:1 and Beyond Housing for their efforts to bring Pasadena Hills, Bel-Ridge, Northwoods, Norwood Court and Wellston together to help ensure the natural beauty of our neighborhoods.

The inventory of our trees will begin in early March. Davey Resource Group will be conducting the inventory and you may notice arborists gathering data into mobile devices. All employees of Davey Resource Group will be wearing identification badges as well as fluorescent vests. They will be working only on public trees.

We anticipate they will be in our area no longer than 5 days. They will give us a 2-day lead time prior to starting the inventory.
Please extend a warm welcome to these arborists but understand that they have a limited amount of time to do a very large amount of work.

Thank you,

Mayor Salvati

  

Our municipal court administration is now handled through the City of Normandy.  For information about traffic/court related issues, please call 314-385-3300.​