Welcome to Flint Hill
The city of Flint Hill was first settled in 1836 and is located in northwestern St. Charles County, Missouri. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Flint Hill is close to many amenities but maintains its small town appeal. There's more information about our origins on the History page. New to the area? Find out about local utilities and who your local officials are here. Have a news item you'd like to include on our website? Be sure and email Tracy Williams, our City Clerk, at: Twiebe@cityofflinthill.net
Flint Hill - Settled in 1836
3/26/20 Update: (For documents referenced below please see the Documents tab.) Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Order 20-06 provides that “every person … shall be and shall remain within their residence or on the property surrounding their residence, except to engage in (a) activities they deem essential to their physical, mental and spiritual well-being, or (b) employment.” In leaving their residence, everyone “shall comply with prudent social distancing and disease mitigation advice.”
Local retail stores and places of public accommodation “shall communicate social distancing requirements to customers.”
The Order expires only upon further order.
As relevant to Flint Hill, the following additional orders are summarized:
1. Order of March 13 – The St. Charles County Executive declared a State of Emergency until May 15, 2020.
The State (by order of the Governor, Mike Parsons) declare a State of Emergency on March 13, 2020.
2. Order 20-03 – Food and Beverage.
This Order amends the State of Emergency Order. It requires all places of public accommodation to initiate appropriate health and safety protections (social distancing, reduction of numbers of persons in a place, reducing face-to-fact contact, using non-in-person communication).
Restaurants, food establishments, food courts, cafes, coffeehouses, and other places offering food or beverage “shall not provide for or allow on-premises consumption.”
Bars, taverns, brew pubs, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, and other places offering alcoholic beverages “shall not provide for or allow on-premises consumption.”
Exclusions apply for health care facilities, shelters, residential care facilities and detention facilities.
This order expires “only upon further order.”
3. Order 20-04. Gatherings of 10 or more people.
“It shall be unlawful for any person to organize or to attend a gathering of more than 10 people or more in a single indoor space … for recreational, social or entertainment purposes.”
Business activities shall take appropriate action to minimize risk through recommended social distancing, limiting time, consideration of room sizes.
This order expires “only upon further order.”
City of Flint Hill, Missouri Operations During COVID-19 Federal, State and Local Declarations of Emergency
Please be advised that during the pendency of any declared emergency by the Federal Government, State of Missouri or St. Charles County, or if superseded by the City of Flint Hill, the following will apply to all City operations:
1. The City will comply with all Emergency Orders of the Federal, State and County Government.
2. The City’s Office hours will remain in effect.
3. There shall be no public access to City Offices, however, all City business will continue through means other than in-person meetings at the City Offices.
4. City meetings: All City meetings other than the monthly Board of Aldermen meeting are canceled until further notice. For the City’s monthly Board of Aldermen meetings, in order to ensure compliance with Emergency Orders and government recommendations, public attendance and comment at such meetings must be arranged prior to the meeting by contacting the City Clerk and arrangements will be made for full participation by citizens based on the number of citizens contacting the City Clerk. Citizens who do not contact the City Clerk in advance of a meeting shall not be allowed in the meeting space.
Please check St. Charles County’s website, www.sccmo.org, for County Orders and information and for information posted by the State and Federal Government.
Posted by Order of the Mayor, March 18, 2020 at 1:47 p.m.
Pursuant to Governor Mike Parson’s Executive Order 20-02 declaring a state of emergency in response to COVID-19 and a request from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, Governor Parson today signed Executive Order 20-03 ordering all Missouri municipal elections previously scheduled for April 7, 2020, to be postponed to June 2, 2020.
***The City Hall Office for regular business hours we will be closed March 23-26, 2020 and on March 30th. City Clerk will be out of town, she will be checking and responding to her emails.
***MERIDIAN TRASH CUSTOMERS: IF YOU HAVE PRE-PAID FOR SERVICES PAST JANUARY 1ST. YOU WILL NEED TO CALL MERIDIAN TO CANCEL YOUR SERVICE AND ASK FOR YOUR REFUND. I SPOKE TO THE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MANAGER NATALIE AND SHE SAID YOU WILL GET A REFUND. CALL CUSTOMER CARE; 314-291-3131 OR EMAIL THEM AT: firstname.lastname@example.org
OUR CURRENT TAX RATE IS: 0.223