Maryland Heights, Missouri, in St. Louis County, is a great place to live, work and visit. Residents of the progressive Maryland Heights enjoy the city’s myriad opportunities – from shopping to restaurants, from family activities to superior schools.
Maryland Heights, the sixth largest municipality in St. Louis County, boasts more than 1,600 businesses, many of which are located in the Westport and Riverport business parks. Westport Plaza is a 42-acre business development with more than 18 restaurants, specialty shops and entertainment venues, including the divine Kobe Japanese Grill; St. Louis’s top comedy club, The Funny Bone, and locally owned favorite, Dierdorf & Hart’s Steak House, as well as ongoing events. The Playhouse at Westport is a 250-seat theatre featuring some of the best musical comedies in St. Louis.
The Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (formerly known as “Riverport Amphitheater”) is St. Louis’s most popular outdoor concert venue.
If you like casinos, you’ll love Harrah’s St. Louis, an “irresistible place to stay and play” located in Maryland Heights.
Residents of Maryland Heights enjoy its amazing Maryland Heights Centre, which includes the Aquaport swimming pool, Sportport and Dogport. In addition to the city’s seven parks and numerous recreation programs, the Maryland Heights Parks and Recreation Department sponsors year-around events for its residents, including concerts, a Halloween costume contest and the Harvest Day celebration.
Maryland Heights’ K-12 students are served by the top-rated Parkway and Pattonville School Districts, both recipients of the Distinction in Performance award by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for their exemplary educational rankings.
Maryland Heights, Missouri. Call it progressive, call it entertaining – call it home.