MH Life - Digital Communications

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Join MH Life and Go Digital!
In a world where we need to come closer together while staying safely apart, 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. 

City Newsletternewsletters

Our monthly newsletter is physically mailed out to every resident and is set to land in mailboxes on the first week of each 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 your 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: and extra physical copies are set out at the Government and Community Centers. 



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:

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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. 

NEW! 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. 

Can't make it? Check back later and we'll link a video to the sessions on this page. 

How to: Zoom - April 21, 2021 - Check back soon for video recording of this session!