City of St. Paul, Missouri.
There is a bounty of happenings and history in the city of St. Paul. You will find a wealth of information about our city and surrounding area contained here.
Whether you have joined us for a day or been here for a lifetime, you will find St. Paul offers a remarkably embracing lifestyle opportunity. Our quaint “country estate” style of living is just minutes from a mecca of shopping, award winning dining, along with an abundance of culture, recreation and sports venues. Pick your season, the local attractions and special events offer a multitude of options surrounding our community.
Dated: April 1, 2020
This morning I had a conference call with all the Mayor’s in St Charles County and officials from
St Charles County. Our County Executive has put into place numerous Executive Orders which need to be followed.
Our concerns are all the same as the COVID-19 ramps up in our County.
It is of upmost importance that we as residents of St Paul follow the orders of our leaders as we progress through these trying times:
- Shelter in place if it is at all possible
- Maintain social distancing of at least 6 ft unless with immediate family
- Wash your hands often especially after handling items brought in the home from the outside
- Watch out for the elderly and most vulnerable during this time.
It is very easy to shrug this off and go on with our lives as normal, but this is very serious to
many and we must be aware of our travel, who we come in contact with, and how we interact
with each other.
If you have questions or concerns please call the County COVID-19 hotline at 636 949 1899
from 8am until 8pm daily or for County updates go to: https://www.sccmo.org/2105/COVID-19
Stay healthy and take care of one another!
The City of St. Paul, Missouri
The Founding of St. Paul
This area was originally called White’s Prairie for Captain James White of Ohio who was the first permanent settler upon it. A large portion of the area now called St. Paul was owned by a prominent gentleman, Wm. C. Lindsay, settled here from Kentucky in 1829…
Learn about St. Paul, MO!
Contact Mayor Vernon Bauer
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the City have a real estate or personal property tax?
Does the City provide any services or utilities?
Electric service in the City is provided by Ameren and Cuivre River Electric;
Land line phone service is provided by Century Tel;
Gas is provided by local propane companies and Spire is bringing natural gas to the City;
Water is supplied by private deep wells and the City owns a water system that services Riverdale Subdivision.;
Sewer is supplied by private septic systems, however Riverdale Subdivision is serviced by Duckett Creek;
Waste hauling is provided City Wide through a contract with Grace Hauling.
Does the City have a business permit?
At this time the City does not collect a business permit, but before a business can operate the property must be zoned to allow for that type of business use. For questions concerning allowed business uses contact John Choinka at 636.541.6636.
How do I go about getting a building permit or who can I contact if I have questions?
When does the Board of Aldermen meet and how often do they meet?
Board of Aldermen meetings are held once a month at City Hall starting at 7:00pm on the third Tuesday of each month.
When are Municipal Elections held in the City and what are the terms of office?
Municipal elections are held on the first Tuesday following the first Monday of April in each year. One alderperson from each ward is elected each year for a two year term. The Mayor is elected every four years.
Contact the City of St. Paul, MO
St. Paul City Hall
MO Realty Home & Land
Petals and Bells Florist
St Paul Church
Father Gerald Blessing
Weekdays - 7:45 AM
First Saturday - 7:45 AM
Saturday - 4:30 PM
Sunday - 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM
Knights of Columbus of St Paul Hall
Dean Henningfield, Mgr.