In the Metropolitan St. Louis area, O’Fallon is known as one the fastest growing communities and it has earned a reputation as a great place to visit and an even better place to call home. Located just twenty minutes from anywhere, O’Fallon is a residential community in St. Clair County offering quality, affordable housing in everyone’s price range; even as O’Fallon continues to enjoy both business and residential growth, it maintains its small town feel and sense of community

Schools

O’Fallon is known for its excellence in education at all levels and their students consistently score above average in state testing. There are two public elementary school districts: Central District 104 and District 90. The Central School District, serving 400 students, consists of kindergarten through eighth grade, while District 90 serves more than 3,200 students, also kindergarten through eighth grade. The community has three private schools, seven elementary schools, a new junior high school and O’Fallon Township High School, which is ranked one of the best in the country by the U.S. Department of Education.

Growing Business Climate

Shopping, dining and entertainment, both indoor and outdoor, abound in O’Fallon. There are nearly 700 businesses that operate in the city and more open their doors each month.  There are currently eight shopping centers in O’Fallon, with more planned in the near future.  In addition to national retailers like Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club, O’Fallon is also home to a major crafts and garden center.  After eating from your choice of O’Fallon’s many restaurants, offering everything from Japanese to Southern barbeque, you can check out the latest films at the state-of–the-art 15 screen movie theater.  For the active personality, check out the St. Clair Bowl, Cats City Bowl, and Centerfield, which features mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, video arcade, slik trak, kidz kartz, pedal boats, and nas karts

Quality of Life

O’Fallon is blessed with great recreational facilities, and an exceptional community park system. In addition to offering youth sports programs available throughout the year- including swimming, soccer, and little league, the Parks and Recreation Department now offers a variety of classes that meet everyone’s interests and needs.  Nearby, there are several championship golf courses, beautiful parks, and peaceful bike paths.  A new YMCA, featuring an indoor swimming pool and running track, offers even more family-oriented activities for our residents.