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Clarkson Valley
Saint Louis County, Missouri

ZipCodes
63005, 63017

Motto
Less government is good government



Page Contents for Clarkson Valley, Missouri

Statistics & Facts

Location

History & History-related items

Government

Libraries.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Missouri state capital is Jefferson City.
The population of Clarkson Valley is approximately 2,675 2000, 2632 2010.
The approximate number of families is 792 1990, 882 2010.
The amount of land area in Clarkson Valley is 6.958 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Clarkson Valley is 2.7 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.135 sq kilometers.
The distance from Clarkson Valley to Washington DC is 770 miles.
The distance to the Missouri state capital is 90 miles. (as the crow flies)
Clarkson Valley is positioned 38.62 degrees north of the equator and 90.59 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Clarkson Valley elevation is 595 feet above sea level.
Clarkson Valley median income is $ 153,933 2000.
The Clarkson Valley median home price is $ 412,400 2000.
The average winter temperature is 27.9 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 54.8 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 78.4 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 56.7 degrees F.

Location

about 23 miles west of St. Louis. The City is bounded by the City of Wildwood on the West; Chesterfield on the North West and East; Ballwin on the East; and Ellisville on the South. Major access is from Kehrs Mill Road running mostly East and West and Clarkson Road, which runs mainly North and South connecting to highway 40 I-64 near the Chesterfield Mall. Access to its neighborhoods forming the west boundary Pleasant Valley Forest would be from Valley Road from Clayton Road or Strecker Road from Kehrs Mill.
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History & History Related Items

Clarkson Valley was originally incorporated as a village in 1950. It was later incorporated as a 4th class city in 1988
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Clarkson Valley City Government

City of Clarkson Valley

Clarkson Valley Municipal Offices
15933 Clayton Rd.
Ballwin, MO 63011
P.O. Box 987
Clarkson Valley, MO 63006-0987
Phone 636-227-8607
Fax 636-227-1914
Office Hours 9:00 - 4:30 USA Central Time
Council Meeting 1st Tuesday - 7:30 p.m.
Municipal Court 4th Wednesday - 6:30 p.m.

Clarkson Valley has an elected mayor and six aldermen with an administrative staff of a city clerk and court clerk govern Clarkson Valley. Their philosophy is "less government is best," and the city provides basic services. It contracts with the City of Ballwin for police protection, and individual subdivisions own and maintain their streets.

City officials of Clarkson Valley.



Subdivisions and Wards of Clarkson Valley include:
Clarkson Farm Estates, Clarkson Mill, Clarkson Road, Clayton Road, Dunhill Farm, Forest Hill Club Estates, Forest Hills Ridge, Golfview, Kehrs Mill Estates, Kehrs Mill Road, Kehrs Mill Trails, Kehrswood, Kiernan Acres, Kingspointe, The Manors at Clarkson Valley, Pleasant Valley Forest, Westhampton, Valley Road, Wilson Road

Clarkson Valley Libraries

Libraries in the area.

Clarkson Valley Schools

The children of Clarkson Valley attend schools in the Rockwood School District. For listings of schools, see this education page


Rockwood School District
111 East North Street
Eureka, Missouri 63025
Phone: 636-938-2200
Serving all or parts of Ballwin, Chesterfield, Clarkson Valley, Ellisville, Eureka, Fenton, Manchester, Wildwood and Winchester Clarkson Valley

Miscellany

The population of Clarkson Valley was:
1973 - 164
1980 - 1,493 1990 - 2,508
2000 - 2,675

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