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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

Shine a Light on City Government 05/19/2016
May 20, 2016

Friends & Neighbors, The Board of Aldermen met in Workshop and Regular Sessions on May 18.  I think it was the most interesting meeting we have had since I became Mayor. Over 100 adults and children attended to support a … Continue reading

Shine Another Light on City Government – 05/10/2016
May 10, 2016

Friends & Neighbors, Yesterday, I let you know about the public hearings on May 11 (P&Z) and 18  (BOA) to consider the Walmart conditional use permit application, area plan and final site plan.  I thought it would be a good … Continue reading

Walmart PUD Request – Final Plan and Conditional Use Permit Application No. 971101 – BFA 4024

The applicant has formal requested that the Conditional Use and Final Plan public hearing and permit applications slated for tomorrow’s Planning and Zoning meeting, May 11th, as well as the Board of Alderman meetings scheduled for May 18th and June 1st, … Continue reading

Shine a Light on City Government 05/09/2016

Friends & Neighbors, I usually report events after the fact.  Tonight I want to preview upcoming events. The various applications for approval of the Walmart Neighborhood Market are scheduled for  public hearings before the Planning & Zoning Commission on May … Continue reading

Proposed Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at the NW corner of Bryan & Feise
May 9, 2016

Proposed Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at the NW corner of Bryan & Feise The original proposal from Wal-Mart over 2 months ago was the prototypical industrial style building.  The City was not receptive to that design.  Several revisions to the original … Continue reading

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