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You’ll love life in Kirkwood

Kirkwood was established in 1853 and was the first planned residential commuter suburb west of the Mississippi. It was one of four early commuter railroad suburbs in the St. Louis region. The City was named for James Pugh Kirkwood, the engineer in charge of locating, surveying, and building the railroad.

Fun For All Ages

The Townes at Geyer Grove is a beautiful community featuring the highly-rated Kirkwood School District, Kirkwood residents enjoy activities from a fantastic farmer’s market, to music festivals, halloween and holiday walks, and more.


Kirkwood park has grown to 92 acres and features the Kirkwood Community Center, the Recreation Station Ice Arena, Aquatic Center, Racquet Center, the Lions’ Amphitheater and Walker Lake where you can fish to your heart’s content.


Today Kirkwood is nine sq. miles in size and home to a population of 27,540 (2010). Located in Southwest St. Louis County, Kirkwood boasts high property values, quality public and private schools, safe neighborhoods and exceptional City services.

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