Meet Our Mayor

The Honorable Mayor John Clark

Elected to Serve April 2021 - April 2025

104 Hovis Farm, Park Hills, MO 63601 | Phone: 573-701-5877 | Email:

Mayor John Clark

Mayor John Clark

Mayor's Greeting

Welcome to the city of Park Hill's website. The city specializes in offering a quality place for residents and businesses. Park Hills is always open for business and offers many market opportunities for expanding business and new businesses.

Often referred to as the heart of the parkland, Park Hills offers visitors St. Joe State Park, one of the best parks for all-terrain vehicle riding, bicycling, equestrian rides, hiking, target shooting, fishing, and canoeing! Visit the Missouri Mines Historic Site and register for a tour. You can enjoy one of the city's several restaurants while you are here!

Park Hills has housing units for sale or rent that fit practically any budget. Central R-III public school system provides education noted for quality by US News and cited for excellence by the Missouri Department of Education. For those who wish to further their education, Park Hills is home to Mineral Area College, with affordable courses and monthly public exhibitions, concerts, and lectures. Central Methodist University and Missouri Baptist University offer several undergraduate degrees for students here.

Various community events occur yearly in Park Hills, sponsored by the Park Hills - Leadington Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Park Hills Association, and other fine civic organizations. Come join us in Park Hills, whether for a visit to St. Joe Park or for a business located in the Park Hills Industrial Park.

Mayor John Clark

Mayoral Responsibilities

The Mayor of Park Hills serves a four-year term, presiding over the City Council. The Mayor appoints the Police Chief and members of various boards serving the city. The Mayor organizes the Council and oversees the execution of the policies chosen by the City Council. The Mayor often presents council proclamations.

On occasion, the Mayor also presides over city observances such as grand openings and selects progressive business owners and others for the coveted "Mayor's Pride Award".