Mayor Len Pagano
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HOLIDAY GREETING FROM MAYOR PAGANO (VIDEO)
Leonard B. "Len" Pagano lives in Hanover Crossing and has been a resident for over 35 years. He was honorably discharged form both the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy. He is a high school graduate and took specialty courses at both St. Charles County and Florissant Valley Community Colleges. He is retired from Unilever HPC where he worked as St. Louis Plant Warehouse Coordinator. He and his wife, Joyce, have three children, eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Mayor Pagano has served the City of St. Peters as an elected official since 1983. He was a Ward 3 Alderman from 1983-2007. In April 2007, he was elected Mayor of St. Peters to fill a vacancy. In April 2008, he was re-elected to a full, four-year term.
"The City of St. Peters welcomes you! The information contained in this section will help you to become familiar with each of the City’s elected and appointed officials. It will also provide you with valuable information about services, local ordinances and opportunities for citizen participation. I encourage you to become knowledgeable about your City and take an active role in your City government. Stay involved!"
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Message from Mayor Pagano
Get Your Resident Privilege Card for Great Benefits!
If you don’t have a Resident Privilege Card, you could be missing out on some important benefits of living in St. Peters.
As a St. Peters resident, your Resident Privilege Card gives you all kinds of advantages. You can drop off yard waste at Earth Centre for free (up to 15 pickup truck loads per year), fill your car’s tires with nitrogen for free, and get great low rates on compost, mulch and topsoil from Earth Centre. With the card, you can also get free recycle stations and free notary services at City Hall, free tree seedlings during Earth Day/Arbor Day event, reduced rates on Rec-Plex memberships and daily admission, discounts on outdoor pool admission and rental facilities, and many other reduced rates, discounts and free services. You can even get free rental of a wildlife cage trap, or a no-bark collar. And, at 370 Lakeside Park, you can enjoy free fishing and boat launch, plus discounts on archery … as long as you have your Resident Privilege Card.
Click on “Resident Privileges” on the left-hand menu of our website at www.stpetersmo.net to get the full list of benefits. It’s quite a list!
So, how do you get your Resident Privilege Card? It’s really easy. You can come to St. Peters City Hall, the St. Peters Rec-Plex or now a third location—Recycle City—which we added to make it even easier for St. Peters residents to get their privileges. When you come for your Resident Privilege Card, be sure to bring two proofs of St. Peters residency, such as a driver's license and utility bill that shows your current address. The cards are available to anyone age 2 or older in your St. Peters household.
At City Hall, 1 St. Peters Centre Blvd., you can get your Resident Privilege Card between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. At the Rec-Plex, 5200 Mexico Rd., come in between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday or 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Staff at Recycle City, 131 Ecology Dr., can issue Resident Privilege Cards between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. (Those offices are closed on City holidays. Check our online calendar at www.stpetersmo.net for holiday hours.)
If you have a Resident Privilege Card, be sure to check if it’s expired. They are valid for three years from the time they are issued. Just follow the steps above to get your Resident Privilege Card renewed at no cost … and start enjoying your benefits right away!
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