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St. Louis Junior Football League
320 Brookes Dr, Hazelwood, MO 63042
The St. Louis Junior Football League was formed in 1960. It is made up of volunteers who offer children age 7More to 14 the opportunity to play organized tackle football. The league serves more than 3,000 young people in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
St. Louis County Government Center North
21 Village Square Shop Ctr, Hazelwood, MO 63042

County residents can access a myriad of government services at this complex, which incorporates the municipal court.More Among them: paying property taxes, restaurant fees and permits; finding volunteer opportunities; accessing veterans' services; filing complaints regarding residential properties; and paying court fines and tickets. North St. Louis County is part of St. Louis County, which covers  524 square miles, with a 2000 Census population of 1,016,300.

 

First Due Fire Museum
5555 Saint Louis Mills Blvd, Hazelwood, MO 63042
The First Due Fire Museum offers a fantastic display of blaring lights and old fire truck sirens to create an engagingMore atmosphere for young and old visitors alike. Volunteer and off-duty fire fighters in the St. Louis area are responsible for the museum's upkeep, with one volunteer fire fighter traveling all the way from Jefferson County to do his service. Eric Kiehl, one of three founders and an active fire fighter for the city of Hazelwood, said it was just natural to open an historic preserve. "There were three of us and we knew a lot of people and fire fighters with a lot of great stuff," he said. "We just thought it was our public duty to share it all."
Robertson Fire Protection District
12641 Missouri Bottom Rd, Hazelwood, MO 63042

This location is home to the administration building and Firehouse 1. The Robertson Fire District services parts ofMore Hazelwood, Bridgeton and unincorporated St. Louis County. Formed in April 1949 as an all-volunteer department with community members paying for service, the department has now grown to 40 paid employees.

The fire district is named for the original town it protected, the Town of Robinson, which no longer exists. The district monitors approximately 16.5 square miles.