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FlorissantFlowersJust to the north and west of downtown St. Louis and its glimmering Gateway Arch stands a vibrant, burgeoning community where families, businesses, city organizations, churches, and schools have come together to create an area they can be proud of.

Rising from its rolling landscapes are homes in a diversity of price ranges and styles, a thriving business community anchored by such corporate giants as Boeing, GKN Aerospace, Christian Hospital, SSM DePaul Health Center, St. Louis Mills, Cabela’s, and Mallinckrodt Inc., an astounding array of local retail and service-related businesses, and a myriad of cultural and community attractions.

North County’s outstanding location (only 20 minutes from downtown along Interstate 70) has residents minutes away from the major attractions of both down-town St. Louis and St. Louis County. North County offers a peaceful, civil environment that benefits from convenient proximity to the business, cultural and entertainment centers of St. Louis.

The diverse population of the North County has long demonstrated an exceptional regard for tradition and history. Treasured old buildings are restored and proudly preserved, and annual fairs and festivals honor heritage and origins.
To live in North County means to have it all: great hospitals and health care facilities, superb municipal services, outstanding public and private schools, abundant shopping malls and retail strip centers, parks, churches and civic and cultural attractions-all within easy reach.

From quaint and affordable to upscale and modern, a variety of home styles in all price ranges are available to residents of the North County. A broad offering of attractive apartment homes, condominiums and town homes are also in abundance and can be found in all price ranges. Affordability is one of the most attractive features common to all homes in the North County. Homes in virtually all styles and sizes tend to be more reasonably priced than comparable homes in other areas of St. Louis-a city which already boasts some of the best housing prices in the nation. In addition, many spacious executive-style homes are built overlooking the Missouri River.

The following cities or areas are members of the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce:

The City of Bellefontaine Neighbors is a vibrant, growing community is just 20 minutes from the Gateway Arch and downtown Saint Louis. With rich traditions, participatory government, strong moral values and great access to the metro highway network, Bellefontaine Neighbors provides an ideal environment for your family. We invite you to learn more about our community and contact us with any questions. The City of Bellefontaine Neighbors was incorporated June 19, 1950 as a 4th Class city. The population was 10,860 at the 2010 census. The City is governed by a mayor and 8 aldermen. The present mayor is Robert J.

The City of Black Jack was Incorporated on August 6, 1970. The population was 6, 929 at the 2010 census. The City is governed by a mayor and 8 council members. The present mayor is Norman C. McCourt. City Hall is located at 12500 Old Jamestown Road, 63033. For more information on the City of Black Jack, call 314-355-0400 or visit www.cityofblackjack.com.

We take great pride in being an inclusive, diverse part of the greater Normandy area, with a rich history and a bright future. Since our founding in 1937, the Village and now City of Bel-Nor has been a special place in St. Louis County where neighbors become friends and multi-generational families come back to live, work, and worship like their parents and grandparents before them. -Mayor Bill Hook cityofbelnor.org

Cool Valley is a city in St. Louis County, Missouri, United States in Greater St. Louis. The population was 1,196 at the 2010 census. As of the census of 2010, there were 1,196 people, 440 households, and 303 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,544.7 inhabitants per square mile (982.5/km2). There were 483 housing units at an average density of 1,027.7 per square mile (396.8/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 11.8% White, 84.5% African American, 0.3% Native American, 0.4% Asian, 0.6% from other races, and 2.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any

The City of Ferguson was incorporated as a 4th Class City in 1894 and became a Charter City in 1954. The population was 21, 203 at the 2010 census. The City is governed by a mayor and 6 council members. It has a full-time city manager. The present mayor is James Knowles III. City Hall is located at 110 Church Street, 63135. For more information on the City of Ferguson, call 314-521-7721 or visit www.fergusoncity.com City History Ferguson Station In the 1850s, William B. Ferguson, in true entrepreneurial fashion, agreed to deed a strip of land through his farm to the North Missouri

The City of Florissant was incorporated Feb. 11 1857. The population was 52,159 at the 2010 census. It has the only full-time, salaried mayor in St. Louis County and nine part-time city council members. The present mayor is Tim Lowery. City Hall is located at 955 Rue St. Francois, 63031. For more information on the City of Florissant, call 314-921-5700 or visit www.florissantmo.com. Settled in the late 1700s (prior to the nation becoming independent), the village, called "Fleurissant," or "Blooming" in English, by its French settlers and "St. Ferdinand" by its Spanish rulers, was a typical French village of the time.

The City of Hazelwood incorporated as a village in 1949 and became a Charter City in 1970. The population was 25,703 at the 2010 census. Hazelwood has a mayor and 8 council members. The present mayor is Matthew G. Robinson. City Hall is located at 415 Elm Grove, 63042. For more information on the City of Hazelwood, call 314-839-3700 or visit www.hazelwoodmo.org. The City of Hazelwood was originally incorporated as the Village of Hazelwood, on September 7, 1949. However, this area of the Florissant Valley has a proud and rich heritage dating back to Indian settlements in 4000 B.C. French explorers

The City of Jennings was incorporated in 1946. The population was 14, 712 at the 2010 census. It is governed by a mayor and 8 council members. The present mayor is Benjamin Sutphin. City Hall is located at 2120 Hord Avenue, 63136. For more information on the City of Jennings, call 314-388-1164 or visit www.cityofjennings.org. A Brief History of Jennings, Missouri Jennings, Missouri was named for James Jennings, a Virginian farmer and merchant. Jennings, his wife Anne Montague and their seven children and 40 slaves moved to the outskirts of St. Louis in 1839. James Jennings died in 1855 just as the

"Old Jamestown" first became a CDP (Census Designated Place) in 2010. This means that for data gathering Old Jamestown is treated much like a municipality instead of just being part of unincorporated St. Louis County. The population was 19, 184 at the 2010 census. The boundaries are: Missouri River on the north Cold Water Creek on the south, Highway 367 on the east and New Halls Ferry Road on the west. For more information, visit www.oldjamestownassn.org The Old Jamestown Area is bounded by natural streams on the north and south. The Missouri River was the route of the Lewis and Clark

At the confluence of the Missouri and Mississipppi Rivers, Spanish Lake is an unincorporated township under the jurisdiction of St. Louis County. St. Louis County is governed by a County Executive and divided into 7 Council Districts. The North County area is represented in District 2 and 4. The present County Executive is Charlie Dooley. For more information see www.spanishlakemo.org.

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