The Bridgeton Advantage
- $63,000 Median Income
- 50,000 people in the immediate trade area with more than 1,000,000 in the county
- Access to a National Class 1 freight rail line via multiple spurs
- Adjacent to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (5-minute drive)
- Easy access to Interstate 64/40 and Interstate 44
- Home to Missouri's highest volume interstate interchange, I-70 and I-270, with more than 160,000-plus vehicle trips daily
- Located in the heart of the St. Louis metropolitan region
- Strong daytime population
- A vibrant retail corridor served at either end by interstate highway interchanges
- Within a 15-minute drive to downtown St. Louis, the Clayton Central Business District (CBD) and West County
Access bids and request for proposals for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.
Read instructions for obtaining a building permit.
View applications for a manufacturer's, merchants, and service occupation license.
From its vibrant retail corridor on St. Charles Rock Road to a robust industrial base, Bridgeton continues to thrive.
Those opening new businesses, changing ownership, or occupying new or additional will require a Business Occupancy Permit.
Have your questions about opening a business in Bridgeton answered with the Opening a Business in Bridgeton brochure.
Business owners are required by ordinance to register their alarm system and provide the police department with updated emergency information.
A Sign Permit is required for new signs, as well as any reface, replacement (even if identical) or changes to an existing ground, pole, monument, wall, or window sign. View instructions for applying for a Sign Permit.
Download a variety of maps from City Bridgeton Public Works, including zoning, trash, and street sweeping.
The Division of Planning & Zoning's mission is to maintain and enhance the quality of life within Bridgeton and to strengthen the city’s standing as a major commercial center and a desirable residential community in the region by developing sound planning policies and applying adopted codes and ordinances in a firm but fair manner.