Category: Maryland Heights

Prevent Stormwater Runoff Pollution

When it rains, stormwater runoff flows across the ground and pavement into the storm sewers. As stormwater runoff moves over the ground, it picks up and carries with it natural and man-made pollutants including fertilizers and herbicides used on… Original Source


A water main break on a 36-inch line caused water pressures to drop. As a result, we are asking residents in the affected area to boil their water (bring to a rolling boil for 3 minutes) as a precautionary measure. The advisory will remain in effect… Original Source

Curb Painting Flyer Not Affiliated with City

**Resident Alert—this flyer is not from the City** The City of Maryland Heights has received calls from several concerned residents who have received a flyer similar to the one picture here regarding the curb painting of address numbers in their… Original Source

Community Center Entering Phase I of Reopening Monday, June 15

We are excited to announce that the Community Center will be entering Phase I of reopening Monday, June 15! In ordnance with St. Louis County guidelines we will be operating at 25% capacity. You must be a member of the Community Center and… Original Source

City Hall to Reopen to Public on June 1st

Visitors and employees must remain 6 feet apart at all times. If this is not possible, masks are strongly encouraged. Notary services will only be provided by appointment and fingerprinting services will not be provided. For more information, please… Original Source

Save Lives. Give Blood

Prior to the pandemic, the City was set to host a blood drive with special focus on the MHPD in recognition of National Police Week, May 10 – 16. Due to COVID-19 concerns, a Stay-Home Order that may extend  into May and the unknown… Original Source