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Trash service information is listed in our Guide to Local Services (PDF).
To schedule a pickup for bulk trash, please call Waste Connections at 636-321-2100.
Please call our public works department at 636-938-5233 or email Barb Griffin.
In the event of a large storm, please drag branches or tree limbs curbside and then call City Hall to request that they be picked up.
If you have a damaged tree (not due to a storm) then it will be your responsibility to follow the guidelines set forth in the loose debris section of the trash and recycling page.
Only new construction requires an occupancy permit. Existing homes require an Exterior Appearance inspection which can be scheduled by calling 636-938-5233 or emailing Barb Griffin.
Turn your water on and let it run for several minutes. If the issue continues, please call City Hall at 636-938-5233.
Setting up your utility accounts is easy. Simply go to our utility billing page to access that information and more.
For an incident report you may mail a self addressed stamped business size envelope along with a check or money order in the amount of $5. You may also choose to do the same in person at the police department from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday.
For an accident report please allow seven days after the incident,you may then purchase the report from the agency or through www.crashdocs.org.
Call 911 when there is a crime in progress, a fire, a medical emergency when someone is in physical danger or in other situations in which help is needed immediately.
For those situations in which the immediate intervention of emergency personnel is not needed, call 636-938-6600, the 24-hour general information line of the Police Department. For persons with hearing disabilities, call the TDD line at 636-529-8210.
Because the Eureka Police Department is only allowed to release information about arrests or conviction on cases originating in Eureka, you must request area-wide record checks from the St. Louis County Police Department by appearing in person at:
7900 Forsyth BoulevardClayton, MO 63105
For residents of the City of Eureka, with valid identification, you may come to the police department for capture of your fingerprints. Please be advised not all fingerprints may be collected due to the different types of background checks which you may be required to have. You are responsible for sending your fingerprints to the proper location.
For all others please review the Missouri State Highway Patrol- Criminal Record Check procedures.
Missouri State Highway Patrol- Sex Offender Registry
For Children under the age of 17, the curfew is:
Amateur Radio (ham radio) is a popular hobby and service that brings people, electronics and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space, all without the Internet or cell phones. It’s fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need
For more information about Amateur Radio Technology Tech Portal.
Amateur Radio operators come from all walks of life such as:
They are all ages, sexes, income levels and nationalities. They say Hello to the world in many languages and many ways. But whether they prefer Morse code on an old brass telegraph key, voice communication on a hand-held radio, or computerized messages transmitted via satellite, they all have an interest in what's happening in the world, and they use radio to reach out.
Because the Eureka Police Department is only allowed to release information about arrests or conviction on cases originating in Eureka, you must request area-wide record checks from the St. Louis County Police Department by appearing in person at:7900 Forsyth BoulevardClayton, MO 63105
Both parties must be 17 years or older or in an emancipated relationship. You must now be, or formerly have been any of the following:
Having the abusers address or place of employment is also important. For you to obtain a Full Order of Protection the respondent must be served.
You can file in;
In St. Louis County contact:
There is not a charge for an Ex-Parte Order of Protection.
Yes! You can even put on the form no communication "except in regards to the children". It is recommended using a third party for all visitation exchanges.
Learn more about filing for an ex-parte.
Stormwater is water that flows across the land and into Eureka’s streams, lakes, ditches and canals. When it rains or snows, debris, sediment, bacteria, and nutrients on sidewalks, streets, and parking lots wash into gutters through storm drains and eventually flow untreated into the creeks. Other sources of water include over-irrigation, automobile wash water, or any other activity that results in water flowing into the gutters or streams.
Debris and chemicals such as fertilizers, paint, oil, and other materials that are picked up by stormwater can be harmful to the environment and may end up in Eureka’s lakes and streams such as:
Many large metropolitan areas (population over 10,000) throughout the United States are required to operate their storm sewer systems under a State permit. Under the Federal Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit requires these cities to control the amount and the quality of the untreated waste being dumped into surface waterways through storm sewers.
In 1999, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enacted the Phase II Stormwater Rule that requires small-sized cities, like the City of Eureka, to also obtain a permit and to control the untreated stormwater that enters into the creeks, rivers, and lakes through storm sewers.