Full of green parks and cozy homes, Olivette has a strong sense of community pride. The Summer Band Concerts series is a popular summertime activity for area residents, and easy highway access makes Olivette a popular (yet still affordable) housing community.

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The main road through Creve Coeur, Olive Boulevard, sees a lot of traffic as St. Louis area residents make their way to the various shops and offices. But veer from the road a bit and you’ll find a variety of cozy homes. Fun fact: some of the earliest city ordinances regarding swimming pools and water drainage were pioneered in Olivette.


Olive Boulevard, the main road through Olivette, used to be an old Indian trail and then a settlers’ trail linking the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. Formed in 1930 by combining the communities of Central, Olive, Stratmann, and Tower Hill, what is now Olivette was the “halfway” point on this trail.

Hall of Famer Lou Brock and former Cardinal broadcaster Jay Randolph both called Olivette home.


Olivette has easy access to Highway 170, and thus the airport, as well as Olive Boulevard.


Olivette’s Stacy Park is host to a June celebration, Summerfest, and the popular Summer Band Concerts Series that takes place over the summer months.


From line dancing to movies in the park, there are several locations to have fun in Olivette.  Stay up to date with Olivette events on their community page.  


The Ladue School District serves all of Olivette.  Private schools located within the city include Logos High School, Epstein Hebrew Academy, and Immanuel Lutheran School. 


Stacy Park - 9750 Old Bonhomme | 35 acres equipped with a 1-kilometer fitness path, playgrounds, ball fields, pavilion, rest-rooms and barbeque pits. Some 11,000 tulip and jonquil bulbs bloom along the fitness trail, and 375 climbing rose bushes grace park fences.

Warson Park - 9723 Grandview Drive | 18 acres behind the Community Center offering a soccer field, ball fields, picnic tables, barbeque grills and playgrounds.

Indian Meadows Park - Huron Drive and Napoleon Boulevard | 17 acres that invites children with playground equipment and sandbox. 

Centerton Park - 9100 Old Bonhomme | Five acres just north of Price Road at Road, features pavilion, picnic tables, ball field, rest-rooms, playground and barbeque grills. 

Villa Park - 9301 Villa West | Five acres with a pavilion, picnic tables, barbeque grills, restrooms and playgrounds.

Olivette Community Center | Conveniently located, beautifully appointed and reasonably priced, the facility is geared for all types of business and recreational functions. Lighted, free parking, athletic fields, and a picnic area surround the center. The center has two rooms with full kitchens, nine meeting rooms, and a gymnasium to accommodate a variety of interests.


Population: 7,438

Zip Code: 63132

Connect: Olivette, MO


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