Maryland Heights Movers - Prices & Local Guide
Maryland Heights, MO has emerged as one of the fastest growing suburbs of St. Louis thanks to renewed development efforts of the Westport Plaza entertainment district by LHM and the building of a new headquarters by St. Louis financial services giant Edward Jones. If you are moving to Maryland Heights, or wanting to move there, here's a guide of the city rules, schools, and utility links to get started. The city of Maryland Heights website and the St. Louis county website are good places to start, but we will review each step in detail to get you going.
For estimated pricing on local moving service for Maryland Heights, view our local moving page (based on home size).
Before Moving in - How to Turn on the UTILITIES
First thing on taking occupancy of your new home and before sending our movers in - you'll want to get the lights turned on. That's a link to Maryland Heights local utility providers such as Ameren Corporation and Spire (formerly Laclede Gas). Sewer, water, and internet providers are listed in there too.
Trash pickup is easy in Maryland Heights, the city provides free, once-weekly trash, yard waste and recycling services to all residents. However you will want to call Allied Waste at (636) 947-5959 and arrange service as a new resident. Let them know if you need new or replacement trash bins as well.
After moving in you may have a large number of moving boxes (we provide new and used boxes here if you need them). Maryland Heights requires all boxes to be broken down and bundled together... if they are filled with rubbish items and left out on the curb, they will not be picked up. So make sure to dissassemble them!
Registering For School
If you have children of school age, don't wait for the last minute to get them registered! Depending on where you move in Maryland Heights there are two public school districts - Parkway and Pattonville. While the dividing lines can be a little irregular, you will be in Pattonville north of Ameling Rd or east of Weldon Pkwy. South of Ameling and west of Weldon will be Parkway Schools. A number of private and parochial schools are close by as well.
CODE REGULATIONS AND PERMITS
Maryland Heights has a standard set of regulations on large vehicles such as moving trucks and vans as most other cities. They do provide a comprehensive list of parking restrictions here in case you are on one of these streets.
Dodge Moving will make sure you stay in the good graces of your neighbors, the city, and county.
Maryland Heights Map and Proximity
Dodge Moving and Storage headquarters borders Maryland Heights just to the north. On this map above you can see our main facility's location - at the intersection of highway 70 and 141! We move hundreds of customers to Maryland Heights every year.