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Clayton City Hall
10 N Bemiston Ave, Clayton, MO 63105

Clayton City Hall, which sits in downtown's business district, hosts City Council meetings and multiple governmentMore offices.

At the ground-level entrance is a customer service counter, at which visitors can get answers to questions about city services and pick up informational materials. The council meets in the chambers located on the second floor of the building. The Clayton Fire Department is headquartered next to City Hall.

Richmond Heights City Hall
1330 S Big Bend Blvd, Richmond Heights, MO 63117

Richmond Heights City Hall hosts the office of the city manager. That office is composed of the city manager (phone:More 314-645-4595), the executive secretary, human resources, IT and public relations.

City Hall also hosts the building department (phone: 314-646-7658), which handles occupancy permits and inspections, among other responsibilities. On the second floor is the finance department (phone: 314-655-3550), whose duties include handling business and liquor licenses.

Parking is available for free around the building, and a new site known as the East Lot located next to the neighboring public safety building was scheduled to open at the end of October 2010.

City Hall hosts several public meetings. City Council meets at 7:30pm on the first and third Mondays of the month; the Board of Adjustment meets at 6:30pm on the third Thursday of the month; the Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7pm on the third Thursday of the month and the Police and Fire Pension Board meets at 7pm on the second Monday of the month.

Clayton Fire Department
10 N Bemiston Ave, Clayton, MO 63105
The Clayton Fire Department began in its early form in 1897 and works to maintain safety and to provide educationMore throughout the city. The department is equipped to combat fires and has worked to create safety plans for high-rise buildings. 

The department adjoins City Hall in downtown.
Dickinson Hussman Architects
7777 Bonhomme Ave, Clayton, MO 63105
Dickinson Hussman Architects specializes in designing educational spaces such as elementary, middle and high schools andMore colleges. It has also worked on additions and renovations for museums, libraries and the City of Webster Groves City Hall. Working closely with contractors, it can ensure that a project is going according to plan and can make any necessary design changes.