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Black Jack City Hall
12500 Old Jamestown Road, Black Jack, MO 63033
Although listed under a Florissant ZIP code, the city of Black Jack stands as its own. After being established in 1970,More Black Jack City Hall houses the city's powerhouses, including the city council meeting, TV station, mayoral office and police station.
City of Florissant City Government Building
1055 rue St. Francois St., Florissant, MO 63031
Across from City Hall, this government building hosts vital services for the community. If you need to pay a trafficMore ticket or contest it, the traffic violations bureau sits on the first floor.Next to it is the human resources department, for inquiries on positions with the city.
Florissant City Hall
955 Rue St Francois, Florissant, MO 63031
As one of several centerpieces in Historic Old Town, Florissant City Hall hosts a number of offices, including theMore office of the mayor and the city clerk. The building also acts as a meeting place for bi-monthly city council meetings, planning and zoning meetings as well as historic landmark commission meetings.
Shalom Church City of Peace
5491 N Us Highway 67, Florissant, MO 63034
Located near the intersection of Lindbergh and Williamsburg Manor, Shalom Church City of Peace was founded in 1993 byMore Pastor Freddy J. Clark. The church is founded on the principles of "preaching, teaching and prayer." Clark is an internationally reknowned speaker. Shalom Church City of Peace offers worship services, Bible study and ministries.
Florissant City Diner
1060 Saint Francois St, Florissant, MO 63031
Located at the intersection of New Florissant and Saint Francois, the Florissant City Diner is situated rightMore across the street from City Hall. Seasonal decorations adorn the dining room and this diner is known to have one of the best breakfasts in town. Not to mention, it has a comfortable, family atmosphere.
City of Florissant
1155 Saint Charles St, Florissant, MO 63031
This compound located off of North US Highway 67 houses multiple departments and services of the city, including theMore recycling center and the health department. Open throughout the week, city residents are able to drop off recycled goods as well as speak to the health department regarding animal control or street department about potholes or street service.