Welcome to Dardenne Prairie!
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On April 3, 2001, the Town of Dardenne Prairie held an election and by a vote of 566 in favor and 257 opposed, we became a Fourth Class City. Based on the 2010 Census our population has grown to 11,494. We are proud of the community we have become.

Whether you are a resident of our fine City or a visitor, we hope you will find lots of interesting articles, information on meetings and the latest events happening around town.

Recent News

City Hall Closed Monday October 12, 2015
October 5, 2015

Columbus Day is a public holiday in the United States that commemorates the voyage of Christopher Columbus to the Americas in 1492. Federal observation of the holiday began in 1937 but Americans have been observing the anniversary of the voyage … Continue reading

Shine a Light on City Government 09/21/2015
September 21, 2015

Friends & Neighbors Never a dull moment in Dardenne Prairie!  On a happy note, the annual Prairie Day celebration on Saturday the 19th was well attended and a great success.  Entertainment and activities for children and adults all day followed … Continue reading

Prairie Day 2015
September 20, 2015

Prairie Day 2015 was a huge success, in large part due to our generous  sponsors.  If your business would like more information on becoming a sponsor for  our upcoming Tree of Lights, please contact the Parks office at (636)755-5308.

Lake St. Louis Sewer Improvement Program
September 16, 2015

Public Water Supply District #2 (PWSD#2) is considering implementing a Lake St. Louis Sewer Improvement Program.  There is some discrepancy as to the actual cost PWSD#2 customers will incur, and if ALL customers will incur higher rates.  There is also … Continue reading

DP needs a new motto!
September 9, 2015

Everyone knows “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” and that New York is “the City that never sleeps” but here are a few City mottoes or slogans you may not know: The Sweetest Place on Earth—-Hershey, PA Experience Our … Continue reading

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