Thank you for visiting the official website of the Town of Grantwood Village.
We are the proud home to nearly 900 residents, 345 homes, Grant’s Farm, The Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, and Grant’s Trail. The Village is an active community with engaged and neighborly residents; it truly is a unique place to live.
Within our website, you will find contact information for the Board of Trustees, information regarding our Homeowner’s Associations, and general information about the Village. Whether you are a current or prospective resident, we hope our website provides you the information you need while displaying all the greatness of Grantwood Village.
If you need further assistance, have questions or comments, please contact one of the Trustees. We look forward to seeing you soon.
News and Announcements
Check here often for the latest information regarding Board Meetings, Municipal Court and other activities within the Village.
NOTICE OF PULIC HEARING ON THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
Public Hearing Scheduled for Tuesday 7/20/21 at 7:00 PM
More information see link below:
Saint Louis County Home Improvement Program
for eligible homeowners at NO COST. For more information Go to the Resident page under Resident information
Looking for Approved Business or Tree companies? Click the business link below and look at the current listing
Monthly Board Meetings
Due to COVID-19 All Regular Monthly Board Meetings will be held virtually, via Zoom Please see Monthly Meeting information for log in details.
Court will now be held in person. Please see the municipal court page for details.
Monthly Meeting Information
July 20, 2021 Board of Trustee Meeting
** In light of the state of emergencies declared by the President, Governor and County Executive because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the CDC Guidelines, and in accord with the provisions of the Missouri Sunshine Law, §610.020, RSMo., the Board of Trustees of The Town of Grantwood Village recognizes that it would be impossible, impractical and dangerous for its meeting to be physically accessible to the public during this time. To balance both the need for continuity of government and protection of the health and safety of our residents, business persons and employees, this meeting of the Board of Trustees will not be open to public attendance in person but shall be accessible by the public by telephone (audio only) or by using their tablet/laptop/computer (audio)