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Old 12-01-2014, 07:02 PM
 
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I would argue North County to be everything north of either Page or Midland/Dorsett. By cities I would say anything north of Overland and Maryland Heights. West County I would probably argue starts at the Overland and Maryland heights border south to the Frontenac/Town and Country border and then going due South. I consider Kirkwood mid County. South County id say is anything south of 44 and in terms of cities Webster Groves and Kirkwood.
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Old 12-01-2014, 10:54 PM
 
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I consider North County to be everything north of Page. West County is everything west of 270 and north of 44. South County is everything south of 44. Mid County is the city limits to the east, 270 to the west, 44 to the south, and Page to the north. Some people would move the West County border a little bit east to Lindbergh, which I wouldn't argue with. The area between the two is sort of the Mid County/West County transition zone I'd say.
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Old 12-03-2014, 11:28 PM
 
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I consider North County to be everything north of Page. West County is everything west of 270 and north of 44. South County is everything south of 44. Mid County is the city limits to the east, 270 to the west, 44 to the south, and Page to the north. Some people would move the West County border a little bit east to Lindbergh, which I wouldn't argue with. The area between the two is sort of the Mid County/West County transition zone I'd say.
This seems to be the common definition. There are some fuzzy transition areas. In addition to Lindbergh v. 270 as the Mid County v. West County transition, I'd say that Page to St. Charles Rock Road is the same. I'd be curious to see where people think places like Overland and Maryland Heights fall. I'd probably set the North County boundary at everything north of the line that runs up St. Charles Rock at the City limits west to I-70 over to St. Charles County. For the others, I agree with you 100%, including 270 as the West County/Mid County divide.
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