Frequently Asked Questions
The Municipal Center for Town & Country is located directly facing Interstate 270 on the western side of the Interstate at 1101 Municipal Center Drive. To get to the Municipal Center, either take Highway 40 to Ballas south to Clayton Road, and turn west (right) on Clayton Road, taking it over the Highway 270 overpass, turning right on Municipal Center Drive just past the overpass. The Municipal Center is the second building on the left on Municipal Center Drive. You may also access the Municipal Center by taking the Mason Road Exit off of Highway 40, going south on Mason and taking an immediate left on Municipal Center Drive. Town & Country Municipal Center is located approximately 2 miles from the Municipal Center/Mason Road intersection. MAP
The general hours of operation for the Administrative Offices of the City are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Police Dispatch operates 24 hours a day at the Municipal Center, and the building is always accessible for emergencies.
The City of Town & Country is serviced by three haulers: For more informaiton, CLICK HERE.
: St. Louis County made many broad changes to their solid waste code in late 2007. Now, each hauler must provide once weekly recyclables. Click here
to see what can be recycled curbside.
: Pavilions are available to Town & Country residents and Town & Country businesses. To make a reservation, call 314-434-1215 or download a Pavilion Rental Request Form
. Payment may be made over the phone with a credit card or by cash/check through the mail or in person.
: Town & Country is primarily served by the Parkway School District with a small portion of the city in both the Kirkwood School District and the Ladue School District. There are also a number of private schools in Town & Country, including Principia, Christian Brothers College High School, The Academy of The Visitation, West County Christian School, Kirk of Hills Christian Day School, Maryville University, Churchill Center and School, The Moog Center, Mason Ridge Elementary, Westminister Christian Academy and Hiram Neuwoehener Special School.