Mehlville style homes are traditionally ranch or bungalows with a yard big enough for children to play and pets to run around. The neighborhood is populated by families and married couples.
School History | The Mehlville School District began its educational journey in 1930 with the graduation of two students from Mehlville High School. Under the apt direction of its first two superintendents, Emil C. Bernard and Kermit O. Bierbaum (1935-1976), the District began its growth to the current prominent educational status it now enjoys and maintains.
Located along Interstates 55 and 270, Mehlville is only a 20-minute drive from Downtown St. Louis.
With a large population of second generation immigrants, Mehlville is surprising in its cultural diversity. Residents and business owners of Asian, Bosnian, Hispanic, and Russian descent commingle here, adding to the town’s character.
Historians and military buffs come to visit Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, a Union outpost from the Civil War. Grant’s Farm is a short drive for animal lovers of all ages. South County Mall is also close by for a day of splurging or just window shopping.
Mehlville houses its own school district, Mehlville School District, and places a high emphasis on education. The neighborhood has 10 elementary, four middle, and two high schools.
PARKS & REC
Jefferson Barracks County Park | 425 acres, this park offers trails, fishing, camping, tennis courts, as well as historic tours, and museums.
Clydesdale County Park | 117 acres, Clydesdale County Park was named for August Busch Junior for his interest in Clydesdale. The park includes trails and a playground.
Zip Code: 63129
Hospital: St. Anthony’s
Libraries: Cliff Cave, Tesson Ferry
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