City Hall Access Limited to Appointment Only. Community Center Closed. 

Until further notice, City facilities other than City Hall will remain closed to the public. City hall will continue to provide access only by appointment. Residents interested in purchasing yard waste bags or tags can click HERE for information on retail establishments where they can be purchased. Contractor grade black trash bags in bulk can be purchased at most home improvement stores.


Kirkwood Electric & Kirkwood Water will not be doing shut-offs, and late fees for utility payments will be waived. Amtrak service has not been suspended, however effective May 11 all Amtrak passengers will be required to wear a mask (and provide their own when doing so).


The undesirable smell that we are currently experiencing with our water is attributed to the excessive rainfall/ runoff and treatment required to meet DNR water quality regulations. Though the smell is unwanted, the water is still safe to drink. The water’s taste and odor should dissipate within 3-4 days.


Please call police dispatch at 314-822-5858 for general inquiries or for further assistance.  Other inquiries can be made by emailing

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  • Greentree Park

    Wetlands Board Walk 2
    1. Address:2150 Marshall Road
      Kirkwood, MO 63122
    1. Accessible Parking
    2. Athletic Fields
    3. BBQ Pits
    4. Boat Ramp
    5. Fishing
    6. Hiking
    7. Interpretive Display
    8. Parking
    9. Pavilion
    10. RC Car Track
    11. Restrooms
    12. Trails
    13. Walking Path
    1. Parks

Greentree Park Brochure

Park Acreage: 89

Pavilion Reservations: Call 314-822-5855

Park History

The location along the Meramec River offers recreational opportunities unavailable in other parks. However, due to its close proximity to the river, the park is subject to seasonal flooding. The remote controlled car track is currently operated by the Dirt Burners Remote Controlled Car Track club. The park also features a mile long stretch of the Meramec River Greenway Trail, and connects to additional trails in neighboring Simpson Park, operated by St. Louis County Parks and Recreation.

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