The city of Ladue is a quiet, but progressive community of 8,000 residents located in the heart of the St. Louis region. The residents here have lived in beautiful homes on private streets ever since before the turn of the century. Beautiful historic churches are also hallmarks of this small community.
One time, the trolley cars came through Ladue. Today, Clayton Road is a main pathway to nearby Highway 64/40.
Ladue features two historic country clubs (Ladue and Old Warson), has a full police and fire force and is guided by a volunteer mayor. Beautiful boutiques and other service stores now populate the city, mainly along Clayton Road.
Within the city limits are two elementary schools, three major private schools, and a public middle and high school.
- Fax: 314-993-5652
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Founding Date: 1936
- What makes this community special?: Many things make Ladue great. Its residents, its housing stock. Its beautiful churches and fine dining and shopping. Ladue is a very well-established community with a mayor and city council running the business of the community.
- Services: Fire, police, ambulance, public works, court, streets department.
- Parking: Free lot
- Public restrooms: No