Key Documents

Click on the links below to download important Ladue Estates Subdivision documents:

Second Republished Trust Agreement and Indenture of Restrictions for the Ladue Estates Subdivision and Corporate Bylaws for the Ladue Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., dated July 13, 2022

Home Modification Form

Directory Form for Residents

New Resident Letter

City of Creve Coeur:
Remodeling Requirements
Permit Information
Street Tree Planting Program: Brochure and Application
City of Creve Coeur documents are subject to change; refer to the City of Creve Coeur website for the most current information

City of Creve Coeur New Resident Information:
New Resident Guide as of April 2022; however, please refer to the City of Creve Coeur’s new resident information page on their website for the most current municipal information.

Deer Creek Watershed Information:
Deer Creek Watershed Alliance drains approximately 37 square miles (23,500 acres) of St. Louis County which includes Ladue Estates Subdivision. Originating in the northwest in Creve Coeur near Highway 270 and Olive, Deer Creek flows in a southeasterly direction for approximately 10.76 miles before it enters the River des Peres at Maplewood, near Highway 44 and McCausland.  Residents of Ladue Estates may be eligible to apply for the Alliance’s rainscaping cost-share program to help improve water quality in Deer Creek and its tributaries by installing landscaping that helps manage stormwater by capturing rain where it falls, instead of allowing water to run off-site. Please refer to the Deer Creek Watershed’s Rainscaping Cost-Share Program for the most current information regarding eligibility and to access their application.