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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

If you or someone you know has a mental illness, there are ways to get help. Below are some available resources to get help for yourself, a friend or a family member. 

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline- 988 (Call or text)
SAMHSA-Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Behavioral Health Response(BHR) 314-469-6644
BJC Behavioral Health 314-747-7491 Children & Adult Services
National Alliance on Mental Illness-St. Louis(NAMI) 314-962-4670
United Way 211


Board of Trustees:


Jeffrey Walton- Chairman
Gregory Robinson-Parks&Trees Comm./Chair ProTem

Leslie Caruthers- Health Commissioner
Lisa Johnson-Treasurer
Russell Mike- Public Works Commissioner
Marilyn Roussan- Public Relations Commissioner

Kim Rusan- Streets Commissioner
Joel Stovall- Building Commissioner

Jimmy Williams-Police Commissioner

The next Board of Trustees meeting will be held Thursday,May 16,2024 at Hanley Hills City Hall at 6:30pm.


Zoom Information

Meeting ID #8984539890

Password e61UWQ



Hanley Hills Neighborhood Watch is currently seeking new members. Contact the Neighborhood Watch Captain Aharon Katz for details,


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Please report any trees or limbs that fall after storms. You may contact the office so the Public Works and/or Parks and Trees Dept. may address the situation.  Stay safe and please do not touch any downed wires. Let the professionals handle it. Contact Ameren and call 911 if necessary.

Tree (Dead)  Removal Request Forms are available in the office at Hanley Hills City Hall. Please stop by if you need a dead tree removed from your yard. Your name gets added to a waiting list. This service is provided through a grant from the Beyond Housing; Arborist, Doug Sealy.

Doug Sealy has two openings for interns with pay at $15 an hour. The Native Plant Species Department has 4 openings for Native Plant Species Technicians. To apply please go to Beyond Housing website, search for careers and apply.


 The Village of Hanley is excited to announce that, with the assistance of Beyond Housing and the Missouri Department of Conservation Community Forestry Cost Share Program, we have successfully secured funding for vital tree-related initiatives. Through this collaboration, Hanley Hills has been able to prune and/or remove more than 132 trees. These efforts will help address potential hazards associated with trees, ensuring that Hanley Hills continues to reap the numerous benefits trees provide including: mitigating stormwater impact, purifying the air, and enhancing the beauty of Hanley Hills. These initiatives underscore our commitment to creating a healthy and more beautiful place to live.


 Jack​​​ McDonnell Forestry and Community Conservation Program Manager ISA Certified Arborist


Our court system is managed by Consolidated Municipal Courts Divisions and continues to maintain court operations in the main building (St. Ann City Hall) for all court services.   


10405 St. Charles Rock Road, 

St. Ann, MO 63074



Angela Chatman, Court Manager

St. Ann Municipal Court Division

Consolidated Municipal Courts (CMC)

Providing Services for the Municipal Court Divisions of Hanley Hills, Vinita Park, Northwoods, Charlack, Wellston, Beverly Hills,  Edmundson and Overland. 


10405 St. Charles Rock Road 

St. Ann, Missouri,  63074

Office: 314-428-6811 ext. 5

"Working to ensure the prompt, uniform, and fair adjudication of all cases in the Municipal Courts through uniformity, accessibility, communication, and diversity awareness."

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