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For unofficial election results from the August 4 Primary, click here... ...Read More
Learn more about the recent Community Conversation events hosted by the City and RHPD. 
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The St. Louis County Department of Public Health passed an order to require members evreyone to wear face coverings in public. ...Read More
The City of Richmond Heights is the first municipality in the State of Missouri to apply for, receive approval, and install an EV Charging Station through the Ameren grant program. ...Read More
This year, the City will be spraying once every 2-3 weeks on Thursdays after dark, weather permitting. ...Read More
Unofficial Municipal Election results can be found here... ...Read More
Thinking about going solar? Grow Solar St. Louis can help... ...Read More
Mayor Thomson has declared a State of Emergency in the City of Richmond Heights following the County's Executive Order regarding COVID-19. ...Read More
Road work happening on Claytonia Terrace from Lindbergh Drive to Dale Avenue... ...Read More
The 2020 Census will provide a snapshot of our nation—our population, where we live, and so much more. ...Read More
The RH Forestry Department applied for and received a TRIM (Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance) Grant... ...Read More

September 5, 2019 – National Research Center, Inc. (NRC) and Polco have announced Richmond Heights, MO as the Winner of the Voice of the People Award for Transformation in Education and Enrichment!

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This RH Police Department has started a new Community Camera Program. ...Read More
Saint Louis County Government’s Home Improvement Program is offering up to $5,000 in home repairs for eligible Richmond Heights homeowners at NO COST.  Eligible items include concrete/asphalt/masonry, tuck-pointing, roofing, tree trimming/removal, electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning and foundation work. ...Read More
For the most up-to-date information on street projects in Richmond Heights, click here! ...Read More

The results are available from the latest National Citizen Survey in 2018. 

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For the upcoming school year, kindergarten enrollment may look a bit different due to COVID-19. Here is some information for each of our districts.
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Our waste hauler, Republic Services, wants us to help reduce recycling contamination. Learn more about it here... ...Read More
The 2017-18 Richmond Heights Youth Council completed a community service project where they created a Hope Box for those in need.  It will contain non-perishable food items and personal hygiene items. * A special thanks to Menards for donating the supplies to make the Hope Box! ...Read More
All about the bat houses around the City... ...Read More
Ameren Missouri wants you to know who to call in case of a power outage or if you see downed power lines. ...Read More has become a fairly well-known site for rating different cities across the country.  Taking over 15,000 cities into account, Richmond Heights, MO was ranked #4 in Best Places to Live in America!  We couldn't be more proud!! ...Read More
If you have noticed a street light not working or working improperly, please report it here! 
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