Pacific is dotted with creeks that run into the Meramac River, feeding beautiful green forests. This means that Pacific tends to draw residents who want a more secluded feel, or who appreciate natural beauty. There are modern residential developments spread out in the city, and plenty of acreage available to build your own house.
On one of the largest stretches of Old Route 66, Pacific history spans just as long. Originally named the Town of Franklin, the name was changed in 1859 to Pacific in honor of the Pacific Railroad, which started construction in this town.
Resting alongside Interstate 44, the city of St. Louis is a mere 30-minute drive, as well as accessible to other major metropolitan neighborhoods.
Pacific offers a relaxed pace of county living. In the heart of outdoor attractions, nature lovers will enjoy living in the area, but is also in close proximity to more metropolitan areas.
Pacific houses the Meramec Valley R-III School District. The neighborhood encompasses two counties, Franklin and Jefferson. Those of Jefferson County can attend Jefferson College at a discounted rate.
PARKS & REC
Pacific City Park | This family-friendly park includes, children’s playgrounds, pavilions, baseball fields, tennis courts, and a swimming pool.
Blackburn Park | A history that dates back to the Civil War, this park is located on Route 66 and has some of the best scenic views of the region.
Liberty Field | Located on 30 acres, Liberty Field offers a walking trail, equestrian arena, soccer fields, and a multi-use field.
Zip Codes: 63055, 63069
Libraries: Scenic Regional Library
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