Welcome to the City of Green Park, MO
The City of Green Park is strategically located in the suburban south St. Louis County area between I-55, Lindbergh Boulevard, Tesson Ferry Road and the Gateway Trailnet property. Incorporated as a city in 1995, The City of Green Park has a total land area of 1.35 square miles and a population of 2,622 as of the 2010 U.S. Census. Green Park is a great place to live, work, raise a family or have a business.
We are a thriving community with peaceful residential neighborhoods, a beautifully designed industrial park known as Green Park Commerce Center, and Clydesdale Park which is owned and operated by Saint Louis County. The City also has a variety of restaurants and is close to shopping and public transportation. We boast a commercial base of over 300 businesses, and the City does not impose a business license fee.
The City of Green Park is served by two public school districts, Lindbergh School District and Mehlville School District, as well as parochial education. Green Park contracts with the Saint Louis County Police Department for all of the policing needs. Fire protection and paramedic services are provided by the Mehlville Fire Protection District. The City provides residential trash, recyclable and yard waste service at no cost to its residents.
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Children’s Holiday Party with Santa will be held on Saturday, December 13th, from 1 pm to 3 pm at City Hall Community Room, Suite 5, 11100 Mueller Road. Only children and/or grandchildren (under the age of 12) of the City of Green Park residents are invited to attend. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Bring your camera to catch that pose on Santa’s lap! Reservations are required. Call Green Park City Hall at (314) 894-7336 to make your reservation now! Light up Green Park Holiday Lighting Contest – Sunday, December 14th – Have your lights on by 6 p.m. Ameren Decorating Safety
- Never overload electrical circuits or outlets. Use Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL®) certified surge protector strips if multiple outlets are required.
- Plug outdoor cords into GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets. It is suggested that GFCI outlets be used for indoor lights, as well.
- Keep electrical connections off the ground and away from water.
- Only use insulated staples to attach extension cords and lights to wood. Never use nails, tacks or regular staples.
- Never leave holiday tree lights on when away from your residence.
- Avoid running outdoor lights or extension cords through door or window openings where they can be damaged.
- Do not place cords under rugs or carpets where they can be walked upon or where someone can trip over them.
- Watch for and correct problems with cords and faulty sockets, and always avoid jerking on wires because you can break insulation and damage plugs.
- Make certain lights, decorations and other electrical devices are disconnected when installing or working on them.
With winter fast approaching I would like to remind everyone if at all possible not to park on the streets during snow removal. If you need to park on the street, please do not park directly across from another vehicle. It is very difficult for the snow plow trucks to get through if cars are parked on the streets. Thank you for