Manchester isn’t really small, but it feels that way. Friendly people, beautiful homes, a real sense of community. It feels big in lots of ways, too, with countless stores and businesses, good schools, manicured parks and quick access to the entire St. Louis metro area.
This town seems new, with its modern highways and sparkling shopping centers like West County Center, but actually it’s been here for 200 years. In that time it’s developed a responsive government, superior municipal services and outstanding educational facilities like the Parkway School District and close-by Meramec Community College.
The city is unique in a charming way, as it’s preserved several of its historic homes and log cabins. It’s also the home of Queeny County Park, which includes the Greensfelder Recreation Complex. There families can enjoy playgrounds, fishing, hiking, picnicking, hayrides, tennis and more. There’s even a one-of-a-kind dog museum, operated by the American Kennel Club.
Manchester makes an ideal home, with the best of two worlds. As they say at City Hall, they’re a city with “a proud past and a bright future.”