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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


Happy Fourth of July
June 22, 2015

The CIty of Dardenne Prairie wishes everyone a wonderful Fourth of July. Please note that City Hall will be closed on Friday July 3rd. The Fourth of July is a time for bar-be- ques, parades,  family gatherings, and fireworks.  As … Continue reading


Shine a Light on City Government 06/18/2015
June 19, 2015

Friends & Neighbors, The Dardenne Prairie Board of Aldermen met in Workshop, Special, and Regular meetings on Wednesday, June 17th.   Here is a brief summary of those meetings. In the Workshop meeting the City’s outside auditor, Botz Deal & Company, … Continue reading


Renaud Spirit Center Membership
June 10, 2015

Dardenne Prairie residents can now enjoy membership at the Renaud Spirit Center at drastically lower rates.  Recent discussions between the City of O’Fallon and the City of Dardenne Prairie have resulted in an agreement that will allow Dardenne Prairie residents … Continue reading


Announcing the Summer 2015 Music and Movie Schedule
June 9, 2015

2015 Summer Music and Movie Schedule We are excited to present another fun summer of music and movies in the park.  Whatever your tastes, this year’s lineup will have something for everyone.  The season opens with Rickie Lee Tanner, a … Continue reading


The Mayor of Dardenne Prairie
May 20, 2015

Mayor Pam Fogarty resigned from the office of Mayor of Dardenne Prairie on May 8, 2015. In compliance with municipal code,  the President of the Board of Aldermen, Alderman David Zucker, stepped in as Acting Mayor until the Board of … Continue reading


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