City Offices Closed on July 4
City Hall and most City offices will be closed on July 4 in observance of Independence Day. There will be no sanitation collected on the holiday, and all routes will be delayed by a day all week. The Community Center will be closed on July 4 as well. The pool will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Hotdog Dayz of Summer Run on Fridays in June/July
Join Kirkwood's Police Department and Parks and Recreation Department for FUN and HOTDOGS in a City park. The Hotdog Dayz events will be held on Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Fridays in June and July. For the full schedule, visit this page (click here) of our Website.
2016 Water Quality Report
The 2016 Kirkwood Water Quality Report is now available. Please click here to download it. If you prefer a paper copy of the report, please call 314-984-5936 to request one.
Be a Volunteer With the City!
The City of Kirkwood is seeking citizens willing to serve on a board or commission. We have many volunteers in this capacity that dedicate their time and energy to the City. We invite you to apply by submitting a Volunteer Profile Form. The Volunteer Profile Forms are considered and reviewed by City Council anytime there is an opening on one of the City’s boards or commissions. They remain on file in the City Clerk’s office for two years. Most vacancies occur in the spring. If you are interested in serving your community in this way, please visit the City Website and complete the fillable Volunteer Profile Form, at: www.kirkwoodmo.org/VolunteerProfile.
City Will Hold Special Election
With the election of Council Member Timothy Griffin to the position of Mayor, a seat will be open on City Council. The City will hold a special election to fill this Council seat on August 2. As of the closing date for filing, there are two candidates who completed the process for filing and will be on the August ballot: Gerry Biedenstein and Mark Zimmer.
Sign Up for CodeRED!
The City has implemented a new high-speed emergency notification system called CodeRED. The new system will help us reach residents and business owners in the event of an emergency or in a situation that needs your immediate attention. This is a completely voluntary system, so you must opt in. To register or opt in, click on the link below and follow the instructions. But that's not all... now you can also sign up for Emergency Notifications through the City's new CodeRED system. Read below...
Kirkwood Community Freedom Festival and Fireworks in Kirkwood July 4
Join us for the annual Fourth of July Freedom Festival and Fireworks in Kirkwood Park on July 4. (Rain date: July 5.) Music from Fanfare at 7:00 p.m. Fireworks at dusk.
FOOD TRUCKS ON THE FOURTH: Tropical Moose will be open in the concession stand, and food will be available from Kirkwood Lions. NEW: The following food trucks will join the party:
- Russo's Catering
- Destination Desserts
- Steak Louis
- Sia's Italian Ice
- Locoz Tacos
- Curbside Cookery
- Slice of the Hill
TRAFFIC NOTE: Please note that West Adams will be closed between Geyer and Couch from approximately 7:00 to 10:30 p.m., due to the large volume of pedestrian traffic.
Open Letter to Kirkwood Residents on Vianney
Please click here to open the letter to Kirkwood residents from Chief Administrative Officer Russ Hawes, regarding the situation at Vianney High School.
Gilbert Street Reconstruction: Project Presentation
Please visit the Active Projects in the City page (click here) of this Website to access the presentation on this project. The presentation was originally presented to residents at the June 1, 2016, public meeting.
Need to Contact Us? Here Is Yet Another Way - Text Us!
The City continues to explore ways for residents to communicate easily with the City. You can now send text messages to the City Clerk directly from your mobile phone, and she will receive it on her landline and her computer and reply to you. Send your texts with questions, concerns, and compliments to: 314-822-5802.
Don't Forget the Mobile App!
KirkwoodKonnect is the City's new FREE customer service Mobile Application. You can use it to report potholes or lights out to the City, request assistance, or get in touch with a department. How? First, search for “Kirkwood Konnect” in your Google or Apple App Store from your phone. It’s FREE. Then download it and install. After installation, click on the icon, and the application will open up. Click on “Create a Request,” and then select “Create [with] with photo/video/audio” or without, and the map page pops up. You can slide the map around with your finger, and zoom in or out to find your location, or you can type in the location at the top of the page and the app will find it for you. Then hit “next” and select a report type, enter a description, and hit submit. You can use the app to track the progress of your report later on. If you need a response, be sure to provide a name and contact information.