Monday, April 22, 2013
Start thinking about how you imagine the Dorsett Road corridor in a perfect state because the City of Maryland Heights wants to hear what its residents have to say on April 24.
If you are tired of lacking sidewalks, ready to ride your bike in its own lane on Dorsett Road, or ready for a traffic free drive home at night, voice it to the City of Maryland Heights on April 24. Your ideas will be heard and help with planning for improvements to the corridor to make it more pedestrian and cyclist friendly. The goal is to reinvent Dorsett Road into a Great Street. The meeting will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Maryland Heights Centre, located at 2344 McKelvey Road. Input from those that live and work in the city is wanted. According to the City of Maryland Heights website, those in attendance will be asked to provide input on: The city is also engaging public input via its project page on an online community …
Friday, February 22, 2013
Service offered Saturday, March 9 at 9 a.m.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Check out what sort of road work is planned the week of Aug. 13 in Maryland Heights.
Expect some roadwork around Maryland Heights this week. The city’s website indicates crews will work on two projects the week of Aug. 13. Crews will relocate an electrical service in conflict with the sidewalk along Fee Fee Road, the city’s website indicates. Crews will also continue concrete pavement removal and replacement on Borman Drive, Concourse Drive and Congressional Drive, according to the city’s website. For more information, visit the City of Maryland Heights’ website.
Friday, August 10, 2012
The event is set for Aug. 15 at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Check out what road construction you can expect in the city this week.
Construction continues this week on two construction projects for the City of Maryland Heights. The city's website indicates crews will work on Fee Fee Road Sidewalks as well as the removal and replacement of concrete. Crews will relocate an electrical service that is in conflict with the sidewalk on Fee Fee, the city's website indicates. Concrete replacement on Bernie Lane, Bernie Court, Marsha Lane, Lori Circle, Glenbush Drive, Dawn Beth Drive, Schulte Hill Drive, Glengate Drive and Parkway Acres Court will also continue this week—according to the city. For more information, visit the City of Maryland Heights' website.
Saturday, July 14, 2012
The City of Maryland Heights will host two meetings on July 17 asking for community input on a possible new community center.
City staff will hold two meetings on Tuesday to accept public comment on a possible new community center. The City of Maryland Heights’ website indicates staff will hold the meetings at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The city calendar indicates consultants with Ballard King and Cannon Design will ask for input from residents. Want all the Maryland Heights news and information? Sign up for our daily newsletter! Previously the Maryland Heights City Council approved $25,000 for Ballard King and Associates LTD for a community center feasibility study. The Suburban Journals reported July 11 that the Maryland Heights Centre was built originally in the 1970s as the New Covenant Fellowship Church. The city bought the building in 1998, the newspaper reported, …
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
The City of Maryland Heights has cancelled the Community Development meeting on July 3.
Monday, June 11, 2012
The city's annual program is set to begin on Aug. 7.
Another year of Maryland Heights University will begin Aug. 7, and interested residents can sign-up for the program now. The City of Maryland Heights has provided a sign-up form for interested residents on its website. Residents can learn about city departments like Parks and Recreation, Police and Public Works. Visit the city's website to sign up for Maryland Heights University. Have you attended Maryland Heights University in the past? Tell us about your experience in the comments!
Sunday, June 10, 2012
A local band with a distinct style performed for music fans on Friday night.
Concerts by the Lake at Creve Coeur Park concert series began Friday night with Keltic Reign. Self described as “Keltic with a kick,” the band performed a blend of music from Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Ireland and Scotland. Their music ranges from old folk tunes, to modern-day pop songs to everything in between. Violinist for Keltic Reign, Holly Laws and Accordion player, Ashby Laws will compete in Ireland in August at an Irish festival. Holly, age 15, will compete on the violin and sister, Ashby, age 12, will compete on the accordion. Their mom, Mitzi MacDonald, originally from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia will travel with the girls to the competition. “Holly has been playing the fiddle since she was about two or three years old. It is rare …
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Deal site LivingSocial has 50 percent off a one-day Aquaport pass.
Ready to get some swim-time in? The Maryland Heights Aquaport is offering 50 percent off a one day pass via LivingSocial. The pass usually costs $10 for a child ages 4-15, and $15 for an adult pass. The LivingSocial deal offers a $5 children's pass and $7 adult pass. The Aquaport opened for Summer 2012 Memorial Day weekend.