St. Peters, Missouri

What is St. Peters, Missouri known for?


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of each year, per Missouri law for elected officials. Propositions may be voted upon at these elections, or others held in February, August or November. The '''Golden Triangle''' is a region of Saint Charles County, Missouri, with Route 94 (Missouri Route 94) forming the east side; Interstate 70 (Interstate 70 (Missouri)) and Missouri Highway 370 (Missouri Highway 370 ) the north; and Interstate 64 (Interstate 64 (Missouri)) to the west. The region has been the site of rapid growth since the 1980s. Cities found within the Golden Triangle include St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri), St. Peters (St. Peters, Missouri), O'Fallon (O'Fallon, Missouri), Lake St. Louis (Lake St. Louis, Missouri), Dardenne Prairie (Dardenne Prairie, Missouri), Cottleville (Cottleville, Missouri), and Weldon Spring (Weldon Spring, Missouri).


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, editing, and submitting, his book was finally published, ''The Making and Unmaking of a Revolutionary Family''. Afterwards, Paul S. Trible Jr., the president of CNU asked him to begin writing ''Serving the Old Dominion'', a history of Christopher Newport University, which was recently completed. . Dr. Phillip Hamilton at Christopher Newport University terminus_b 20px (Image:US 54.svg)20px (Image:US 63.svg) U.S. Route


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population of its part of St. Charles County (St. Charles County, Missouri) in 1983, Henderson Junior High School was built on Hackmann Road on the border of the cities of St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri) and St. Peters (St. Peters, Missouri). Henderson was eventually expanded and the name was changed to Francis Howell North High School and began taking high school students in 1986. A third high school (Francis Howell Central) was built in 1997. Hamilton graduated from Gettysburg


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of each year, per Missouri law for elected officials. Propositions may be voted upon at these elections, or others held in February, August or November. Education Three public high schools are within St. Peters city limits: Fort Zumwalt South High School

with an enrollment of 1,700 students, Francis Howell North High School (2,100 students), and Fort Zumwalt East High School (1,100 students) which opened in 2007. Some high school students from St. Peters attend schools in surrounding communities such as Francis Howell Central High School in neighboring Cottleville (Cottleville, Missouri), and Fort Zumwalt North (Fort Zumwalt North High School) and Fort Zumwalt West High Schools in O'Fallon (O'Fallon, Missouri). Other public

schools in the city include Fairmount, Hawthorn, Lewis & Clark, Mid Rivers, Progress South, St. Peters, and Warren Elementary Schools; plus DuBray, and Fort Zumwalt South Middle Schools. The city limits also contain the private high school Lutheran High School of St Charles County. Civic facilities The St. Peters Rec-Plex, a family recreation and athletic training complex, is situated next to St. Peters City Hall. The Rec-Plex hosted the 2004


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''' - A park that includes a 140-acre recreational lake with fishing and boating, including a canoe channel, family picnic areas, park pavilions, walking trails surrounding

54 (Missouri) US 54 63 (U.S. Route 63 (Missouri)) in Jefferson City (Jefferson City, Missouri) junction 24px (Image:MO-370.svg) Route 370 (Missouri Route 370) in St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri) 20px (Image:I-70.svg) I-70 (Interstate 70 (Missouri)) in St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri) 24px (Image:MO-364.svg) Route 364 (Missouri Route 364) in St. Peters (St. Peters, Missouri) 20px (Image:I-64.svg)20px (Image:US 40.svg) Image:US 61

, Missouri O'Fallon , Saint Peters (St. Peters, Missouri), Saint Charles (Saint Charles, Missouri), Weldon Spring, and Wentzville attend school at Howell. The '''Golden Triangle''' is a region of Saint Charles County, Missouri, with Route 94 (Missouri Route 94) forming the east side; Interstate 70 (Interstate 70 (Missouri)) and Missouri Highway 370 (Missouri Highway 370 ) the north; and Interstate 64 (Missouri) Interstate 64


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''' - A park that includes a 140-acre recreational lake with fishing and boating, including a canoe channel, family picnic areas, park pavilions, walking trails surrounding


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adj on quiet rural setting offering visitors a small pavilion and a competitive horse arena. The site is located adjacent to Brown Road Park and within easy walking distance of Old Town and Sports Center Parks. * '''Oak Creek''' - A park which happens to be the smallest neighborhood park in the St. Peters park system. It provides nearby residents with a playground and several picnic tables in a pleasant, two-acre setting. * '''Old Town Park''' - An

for basketball, volleyball or soccer. * '''Trailwoods Park''' - A park


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groups European s, the area that would become St. Peters was inhabited by Mississippian (Mississippian culture) mound builders (mound builder (people)). The remains of a village were uncovered during the construction of I-70 in 1954 and a street near the site was later named Mound Drive after the mounds built by the villagers.

had a population of only 486. The population rapidly increased to 15,700 by 1980 and within the span of a decade the community changed from a small rural town to a more suburban community. The city continued its rapid growth through the 1980s and by 1990 had a population of 40,660. St. Peters population increased to an estimated 52,575


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adj on quiet rural setting offering visitors a small pavilion and a competitive horse arena. The site is located adjacent to Brown Road Park and within easy walking distance of Old Town and Sports Center Parks. * '''Oak Creek''' - A The '''Golden Triangle''' is a region of Saint Charles County, Missouri, with Route 94 (Missouri Route 94) forming the east side; Interstate 70 (Interstate 70 (Missouri)) and Missouri Highway 370 (Missouri Highway 370 ) the north; and Interstate 64 (Interstate 64 (Missouri)) to the west. The region has been the site of rapid growth since the 1980s. Cities found within the Golden Triangle include St. Charles (St. Charles, Missouri), St. Peters (St. Peters, Missouri), O'Fallon (O'Fallon, Missouri), Lake St. Louis (Lake St. Louis, Missouri), Dardenne Prairie (Dardenne Prairie, Missouri), Cottleville (Cottleville, Missouri), and Weldon Spring (Weldon Spring, Missouri).


editing

, editing, and submitting, his book was finally published, ''The Making and Unmaking of a Revolutionary Family''. Afterwards, Paul S. Trible Jr., the president of CNU asked him to begin writing ''Serving the Old Dominion'', a history of Christopher Newport University, which was recently completed. . Dr. Phillip Hamilton at Christopher Newport University terminus_b 20px (Image:US 54.svg)20px (Image:US 63.svg) U.S. Route

St. Peters, Missouri

'''St. Peters''' is a city in St. Charles County, Missouri, United States. The 2010 census (2010 United States Census) showed the city's population to be 52,575 tied for 10th with Blue Springs, Missouri.

Interstate 70 passes through the city, providing a major transportation link. In 2008 St. Peters was named the 60th best place to live by Money magazine (Money (magazine)), putting it at the top in the state of Missouri. It also ranked in Money magazine's Top 100 in 2010 and 2012.The "Rec-Plex" in St. Peters is an award-winning recreation and fitness (Physical fitness) complex (wiktionary:complex#Noun) that underwent an $18.5 million expansion in 2007. title The St. Peters Rec-Plex publisher City of St. Peters url http: www.stpetersmo.net default.asp?sectionID 24 accessdate 2007-06-04 The city also hosts the county's largest shopping center (shopping mall), Mid Rivers Mall, which plans a expansion. title Mid River Mall's multimillion dollar expansion publisher Urban St. Louis date August 30, 2006 url http: www.urbanstl.com viewtopic.php?p 46182&sid 161261e0e1a6c263cd106e97e18d4940 accessdate 2007-06-04 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20070927015904 http: www.urbanstl.com viewtopic.php?p 46182&sid 161261e0e1a6c263cd106e97e18d4940 archivedate 2007-09-27

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