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Country Club Entrance (1)The City of Fremont Hills was incorporated in 1986 and is located in the Ozark School District. There are three wards, with two aldermen from each ward on the City Council, a Mayor, Deputy Clerk, and Project Manager. In 2000 a Planning and Zoning Commission was appointed and a set of building codes was adapted. The City operates and maintains its own Waste Water Treatment Plant that was upgraded in 2009/2010 to meet the latest DNR requirements, and expanded to handle future City growth. There are also five commercially zoned sites in the northeast corner of the City at the intersection of Fremont Road and State Highway CC.

With over 400 homes, and additional construction sites still available, the city has seen a steady growth in population to 826 (2010 census). We are proud of the family culture the city has created and the safe environment offered for family fun throughout the year.

  • CITY NEWS


     

    Christian County Homeless Alliance Fundraiser

    February 6th, 5:30PM at Southside Church of Christ, 801 W South Street, Ozark MO 65714

    February 11th, 5:30PM at Victory Baptist Church, 252 North Nicholas Rd, Nixa MO 65714

    1st & 3rd Thursday

    Design review and P & Z if required

    City Council Meeting

    February 19th, 6:00PM

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     Happy New Year!

     We will be starting the camera project very soon.

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    Municipal elections coming up on April 7, 2015.

     

fhccFremont Hills Country Club is a beautiful 18 hole layout with tree lined fairways, small fast greens, large sand traps, small lakes and water features, and a new club house that was expanded in 2004.

The course is surrounded by large beautiful homes, and the City of Fremont Hills continues to welcome new families to enjoy a high quality of life in the Ozarks.

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The City of Fremont Hills is located in Christian County Missouri (one of the fastest growing counties in the State) in the heart of the Ozark Region, one mile west of the intersection of State Highway 65 and State Highway CC; and is considered part of the Springfield Missouri Metropolitan Area.