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Pop-up Traffic Calming Demonstration

October 6, 2018

The City of Crestwood will host a pop-up traffic calming demonstration on Garber Road between Buxton and Queenston drives. Colorful tires, cones and plants will be used for temporary bike lanes and crosswalks to slow down traffic and create safer streets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Crestwood Citywide Yard Sale

September 29, 2018

Crestwood will host its citywide yard sale from 8 a.m. to noon, with locations across the city.

Cities’ first festival ‘SunCrest Fest’ a success

Cities' first festival 'SunCrest Fest' a success

September 26, 2018

Sunset Hills and Crestwood’s first time out with the cities’ joint festival seemed to be a success Saturday, with a large turnout for the parade and carnival. Members of the Lindbergh High School Flyerettes, above, marched in the parade with ‘Future Flyerettes’ in grades K-8 as part of the or...

Three candidates file to run for mayor in Crestwood November special race

Three candidates file to run for mayor in Crestwood November special race

August 29, 2018

The special election for Crestwood mayor will be a three-way contest between Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie and two newcomers to city government. Filing closed last week for the Nov. 6 election, which will be a rare November race for Crestwood mayor due to the June resignation of former Mayor Gregg Roby for ...

Kennedy takes office as Crestwood’s new mayor

Kennedy takes office as Crestwood’s new mayor

June 22, 2018

Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. After former Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby resigned June 8 for health reasons, Ward 4 Alderman Tony Kennedy, who had served as president of the Board of Aldermen for a little more than a month, took over as acting mayor. Kennedy took the oath of office from City Clerk Hel...

New Crestwood municipal judge is city resident who serves as a county prosecutor

May 24, 2018

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Crestwood’s new municipal judge is St. Louis County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Jason Denney, a Crestwood resident. Longtime Crestwood Judge John Newsham was promoted to serve as a county Circuit Court judge, which created a vacancy....

Crestwood to give away tree seedlings

Crestwood to give away tree seedlings

May 18, 2018

Street trees are beautiful, and good for the environment, but they come with a downside: Their roots. Roots cause problems for city sidewalks, lifting up the slabs and creating tripping hazards for pedestrians. This summer, Crestwood is kicking off a major project to repair broken and displaced si...

Rain can’t stop the Crestwood Easter Egg Scramble

Children line up for the Crestwood Easter Egg Scramble in 2018.

April 6, 2018

Photos by Bill Milligan. Children lined up for the annual Easter Egg Scramble at the Crestwood Community Center Saturday, eager to find their eggs despite bad weather forcing the event inside instead of its usual location in Whitecliff Park. The city of Crestwood’s Easter Egg Scramble at the Co...

Crestwood seeks to revamp zoning codes

Crestwood City Hall

April 5, 2018

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor news3@callnewspapers.com The city of Crestwood hired a familiar company last week to take the lead on rewriting the city zoning code, a project also currently underway in Sunset Hills.      The Board of Aldermen voted 7-1 at its March 27 meeting to hire PGAV to rew...

Crestwood Ward 3: Will the real Bill Boston please stand up?

Crestwood Ward 3: Will the real Bill Boston please stand up?

March 27, 2018

The Call makes endorsements for south county elections next Tuesday, April 3. First, Crestwood Ward 3. Editorial by the Call Will the real Bill Boston please stand up? If we were former Crestwood Ward 3 Alderman Boston, we might just say we have “no comment at this time” on what that mean...

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