Chesterfield, the largest city in west St. Louis County, is a peaceful residential enclave that was formed in 1988. Known as the “City of Volunteers” because of its citizens’ history of involvement in helping the city, it boasts numerous shopping areas, businesses, arts and culture outlets, and a variety of public parks and pathways. It is home to Faust Park, which boasts a historic village, playground, walking trails, a carousel and The Butterfly House.
• Settled in 1797
• Established 1988
• Population approximately 49,700
• Faust Park comprising over 200 acres, and home to the Butterfly House
• Commands a large footprint - 32 square miles
• Many choices in housing