MH Life - Digital Communications

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Join MH Life and Go Digital!
 
In a world where access to information is more essential than ever, the City of Maryland Heights Communications division has developed a way to get all the available city updates delivered right to your inbox. Click on the links below to sign up for our digital publications. 


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What do I do if I find a stray dog? Who is my council person? How do I report a burned out street light? What events are coming up in my community?
 
These are just some of the many questions we get on a daily basis, which inspired us to find a way to answer them as directly and openly as possible. We found our solution in the MH Life Podcast - a new periodic podcast that will answer any and all questions our community has about life in Maryland Heights!

Questions can be submitted by clicking the button above or through our comment boxes located at the Government Center and Community Center front desks. 

Season 1, Episode 3 - Who's a Good Boy? The Retirement of Police K9 Bax

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City Newsletter
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Our bimonthly newsletter is physically mailed out to every resident and is set to land in mailboxes on the first week of the scheduled month. If you've been receiving this publication late (or not at all), please contact your local post office. Click the link below to sign up for the City Newsletter and you'll receive monthly news on time, every time. By signing up for the digital version, you will continue to receive your physical copy.

The City Newsletter is also available here: www.marylandheights.com/newsletter and extra physical copies are set out at the Government and Community Centers. 
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City Planner's Report

The City Planner's Report is produced by the Community Development Department. This publication is usually biweekly and includes topics that will be presented at the upcoming Planning Commission Meeting, updates on future development, interesting articles and more. Click below to sign up to have the City Planner's Report sent to your inbox. The most recent City Planner's Report can also be accessed here: www.marylandheights.com/cpr
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Mature Matters

This bimonthly publication is created for our resident seniors. Tech-savvy seniors can have it delivered directly to their email inbox. It includes information on senior programming, events, day trips, and much more! Click below to sign up to have Mature Matters delivered digitally. 
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Parks & Recreation Updates


Our Parks & Recreation Department always has something fun going on! Get monthly updates to your inbox and never miss out on a program or event again! Click below to sign  up for monthly email updates from the Parks & Recreation Department. 
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These pages/channels have been created to provide information to people who live, work and visit our area along with those with an interest of the City of Maryland Heights. These pages/channels are monitored by the Communications Division including the Public Information Officer for the Maryland Heights Police Department. These pages/channels are not monitored 24 hours a day or 7 days per week. DO NOT USE THESE TOOLS FOR THE REPORTING OF EMERGENCIES OR CRIMES/CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.

Comments posted by people other than members of our agency are not to be considered the opinion of the City of Maryland Heights nor does the City of Maryland Heights endorse any third-party comments on these pages/channels.

We welcome a person's right to express their opinion and encourage posters to keep comments related to content on these pages/channels and content specific to posts you may be responding to/commenting on. Our posts on Nextdoor are closed for discussion due to the inability to automatically archive records on this platform per the Sunshine Law. If you are on Nextdoor and have a question about a post, please message us directly through the Nextdoor app. 

These pages/channels are to be considered a Limited Public Forum. As such, we reserve the right to remove information posted by anyone that violates the 'Terms Of Use' of the platform along with those listed below.

We reserve the right to hide any comments that are inappropriate or offensive, including comments that:

  • defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or violate the legal rights of others,
  • include racism, hatred, slander, threats, obscenity, violence, vulgarity, spam or advertisements or the promotion of those,
  • have personal information about another person or that violate a person's privacy interests,
  • include copyrighted material belonging to another person,
  • contain links to inappropriate or offensive websites.
  • content that incites violence or references killing anyone
  • content that is repetitive or duplicative
  • content that is commercial

The City of Maryland Heights does not allow posting of photos or videos by anyone other than members of our agency without prior approval. If you have photos or videos you'd like to share on our pages/channels, contact us here. 

Postings are subject to all applicable Federal, Missouri and municipal legislation.

Digital Communications 101 Sessions
If 2020 has taught us anything, it's that digital communications and social media are now more important than ever before. The tools that help us communicate with each other can be overwhelming. The City will be offering sessions to our residents who need assistance and tips on how to navigate these platforms safely. 

How to: Identify Email Scams
Video recording of the class coming soon!

How to: Zoom
Click here to download handouts.
Video recording of the class coming soon!