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O'Fallon

St. Charles County,

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63366, 63368

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Statistics & Facts

The population of O'Fallon is approximately 65,834 (2003), 79329 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 15,920 (2000), 28234 (2010).

The amount of land area in O'Fallon is 22.5 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.017 sq kilometers.
The distance from O'Fallon to Washington DC is 776 miles. The distance to the Missouri state capital is 85 miles. (as the crow flies)
O'Fallon is positioned 38.78 degrees north of the equator and 90.70 degrees west of the prime meridian.

O'Fallon elevation is 543 feet above sea level.
O'Fallon median income is $60,179 (2000).

The O'Fallon median home price is $135,900 (2000).

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Location

O'Fallon location: in eastern Missouri about 33 miles from St. Louis. St Charles County is located west of St Louis County Missouri after crossing the Missouri River. It is between I-70 to the north and I-64 to the south. Other nearby communities include Dardenne Prairie, Cottleville, St. Paul, Lake St. Louis, Weldon Spring, Josephville, St. Peters and Wentzville.

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Climate & Weather

O'Fallon average annual precipitation is 38.7 inches per year.
O'Fallon average annual snowfall is 19.6 inches per year.
The average winter temperature is 28.2 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 54.8 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 78.5 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 57.0 degrees F.

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O'Fallon history:

In 1854, Arnold Krekel, a local landowner, judge and politician, deeded land he owned, in what would become the center of town, to the North Missouri Railroad. It was named the Krekel Addition. He also gave permission for a depot to be built there. In 1856, once the depot was built, he named it O'Fallon Station for his friend, John O'Fallon. The first home here was built by Krekel's brother, Nicholas, in 1856. Later, in 1860, the Krekel Addition was also named O'Fallon. The city was incorporated in 1912.

Try this page for a history of O'Fallon. This history page by the County Library System has history as well as genealogy information.
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Attractions

O'Fallon attractions:

St. Charles County is the fastest growing county in the state and the city of O'Fallon is the fastest growing city in St. Charles County.

Civic Park
This park is located in the original land donated by Krekel to the railroad. Also located here is the City Hall and the historical Society Museum. An old log cabin from the 1880's houses the museum.

Lambert International Airport is about 14 miles east. Spirit of St. Louis Airport is in nearby Chesterfield.

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