Greensfelder Park, founded in 1963, is sure to please visitors. It offers walking and bike trails,…More individual and group camp sites, six shelters, hayrides, picnic sites, nearly 20 equestrian-specific camp sites, a nature learning center, a playground and trim orienteering. Horses are welcome at Greensfelder Park -- some even board there. Greensfelder Park also provides spectacular views of local foothills, which are part of Missouri's Ozark mountain range.
Children under age 17 must wear an approved helmet when riding bicycles, scooters or roller blades. Pets are allowed on leash only, and fire is permitted in designated areas.
Eureka police officers take their emergency management roles so seriously, they have tried and perfected various…More approaches to community policing. Department officials have their own tactical operations unit, K-9 division, detective squad and bike patrol units.
The department maintains a breakdown of local crime statistics andwhen a burglary, larceny or vandalism occurs, a letter is generated about the event and mailed to the entire subdivision affected within 24 hours of the occurrence.
Eureka police officers also participate in and monitor the St. Louis County Crime Incident Map.
A full-time school resource officer (SRO) stationed at Eureka High School serves as a liason between the school and the police department.
Eureka police officers work jointly with local elementary schools to execute the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program.