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  1. Hutchinson Road

    Hutchinson Road is one way, southbound only, from Towne Drive to Maple Lane. The city received a federal grant and is making an investment of a half million dollars in repairs to the road from Clayton Road to Manchester Road. Read on...
  2. Family Campout

    Saturday, September 17 Nothing says "summer" like camping with your friends and family! Leave those electronics at home and join us in getting back to nature at Bluebird Park. Held in cooperation with the National Wildlife Federation's Great American Read on...
  3. City of Ellisville Ranked #5 as Safest City in MIssouri 2016

    Ellisville was previously named one of the best places to live in America by Money magazine, and its sterling reputation for safety is part of the reason why. There were no robberies reported in 2014 and Read on ...
  4. Ellisville Bike Share Program

    Do you remember the fun you had riding a bike? Enjoying the outdoors, exploring your community and having a great time with family and friends. Well the City of Ellisville has found a way to help bring that feeling of joy back.... Read on...
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  1. Public Works Notice

    With the recent storm, public works will begin making a one time pass through the City beginning Monday July 18th picking up debris. It is impossible to establish a schedule and will be determined by the amount of debris to be picked up. Material for pickup should be neatly stacked a the street in lengths not exceeding 12 feet and diameter not in excess of 6 inches. Storm debris may always be dropped off at the City mulching facility located at 553 Old State Road.
  2. Electronic Recycling

    The city of Ellisville is now partnering with Adonis Recycling for three upcoming Electronics Recycling Events. Adonis recycles items such as computer towers, laptops, keyboards, cables and wires, cell phones, LCD monitors , MP3 players, Ipods, Ipads, gaming systems and more. They can recycle anything that has ever had a current running through it. They charge for 2 items. $20.00 for CRT monitors and $5.00 for microwaves. They are NO LONGER accepting tube T.V.'s. For more information about Adonis Recycling, visit their website adonisrecycling.com

    Recycling Dates in Bluebird Park
    Thursday, June 2 12:00 - 5:00 PM
    Thursday, July 7 12:00 - 5:00 PM
    Thursday, August 4 12:00 - 5:00 PM