About St. Peters
The City of St. Peters, Missouri, is a City that works, with a quality of life that's second to none, recognized by Money Magazine twice as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America. Located in St. Charles County, to the northeast of St. Louis County, St. Peters is home to 53,000 people and over 2,500 businesses that provide 27,500-plus jobs.
The City of St. Peters has a Mayor and eight Aldermen who each serve four-year terms. The City of St. Peters as a whole elects the Mayor. Aldermen seats are decided in each of four political wards. Those ward’s voters select two Aldermen to represent them. The Mayor chairs Board of Aldermen meetings. The Board of Aldermen enacts legislation, and the Mayor votes on bills in the case of a tie. A full-time, professional City Administrator works with the direction of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, and is responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of the City of St. Peters’ professional staff.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the services provided by the City of St. Peters. Learn more about the awards compiled for some of these services, as well. Our goal at the City of St. Peters is to provide the very best possible service in the most efficient manner. Residents have an open line to City government and can contact the Citizen Action Center any time during normal business hours. If your call is after normal business hours, you may leave a message on the general voicemail night-line and your call will be returned on the next business day. You can also use the e-Resident feature on our website to contact elected officials or file a concern. Our policy is to respond to concerns within three business days following the date of the concern being filed.
The City of St. Peters, Missouri, has a world-class work force—with Midwest values. We're a City that works, with a quality of life that's second to none. LEARN MORE.
LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION
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Our community was founded by French traders in the late 18th Century,
and grew into a prosperous farming community with the addition of
German immigrants from 1830 to 1850. St. Peters incorporated as a town
in 1910 and became a City of the Fourth Class under Missouri statutes in 1959.
This new classification allowed St. Peters to issue bonds to build an
infrastructure for water and wastewater treatment. In 1970, St. Peters
population was 486, but the groundwork was set to handle amazing
growth—from 486 people in 1970 to 15,700 in 1980 to 40,660 in 1990 to
nearly 53,000 today. PURCHASE A ST. PETERS HISTORY BOOK.
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