In The News
Officers from our Department are investigating two forced entry burglaries in neighborhoods north of Ladue Road....
Tips for Controlling/Deterring Deer
For tips on controlling/deterring nuisance deer visit the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website. The site also offers several links to other useful information on non-MDC websites.
Mulch Resource and Mulch Program discontinuance.
With the discontinuance of the production of compost and mulch materials, the City has received a lot of questions about where they can now obtain mulch. The City has contracted with Hansen's Environmental Wood Services to the haul off of all collected composting material. In return, Hansen's is offering Ladue residents a discounted rate on bulk materials. Please see the attached price sheet. As always, Ladue residents are free to obtain mulch and compost materials from any vendor that meets their needs. Hansen's Price List
*Please note, the brush and leaf collection program is not impacted by this change.*
Discontinuance of Ladue Mulch Program: The Public Works Department evaluated the costs associated with the Ladue yard waste leaf and brush composting program which began in 1993. This cost evaluation was completed due to two factors; the upcoming scheduled replacement of the original leaf composting equipment in 2018 at a budgeted cost of $485,000 and a projected deficit in 2017 in the City’s General Fund. Due to these factors, the mulch program was discontinued in 2017 and no longer processes mulch for resident's use....
Nestled among Ladue’s tree-canopied neighborhoods, locals and visitors alike experience friendly and unique shopping and dining experiences. Gourmet foods, fashion boutiques and upscale menswear, jewelry stores, European and American antiques, interior design resources and local restaurants are all within reach in the City of Ladue.
Start your day in the Village at Schneithorst with exercise opportunities, breakfast options and local boutiques.
Continue east to the Clayton Road Business District where you will find a quarter mile of quaint and inviting shops, restaurants and bars, ice cream and smoothie shops, and the local hardware store. While you shop you can visit our US Post Office substation in the local community pharmacy.
A bit down the road past Ladue City Hall, the ClayPrice Shopping Center offers more local restaurants along with jewelry and specialty stores.
At the eastern end of town, in Ladue Crossing and Colonial Marketplace, you will find a bookseller, ice cream, restaurants and wonderfully unique shops.
Whether you are grocery shopping, seeking the finest designer frocks, that perfect antique, advice on how to make your yard the greenest on the lane, happy hours, or fine dining, Ladue has it all.