• Welcome to the City of Fremont Hills.

    Come Home and Play!

    The City of Fremont Hills is a community in the truest sense of the word.

    The City and it’s Residents are surrounded by shopping, fine dining, churches, rec centers & parks.  And of course the Golf Community is very popular with many Residents opting to join the 18 hole Fremont Hills Country Club.  FHCC features rolling hills, lots of trees and a host of good friends. The clubhouse is the center for many of the City & Community functions.

    While much of the community spirit springs from the friendly nature of the residents, the inviting amenities make possible so many enjoyable gatherings and activities with friends and neighbors. The city is known for its low crime, sewer treatment plant, underground electric service, wonderful streets and roads, beautiful views, lifestyle prestige, location and curb appeal.

    Come join the fun and discover the amenities we have to offer in one of Missouri’s unique small cities. Fremont Hills…Come Home and Play!

  • About the City

    The City of Fremont Hills is located in Christian County Missouri. Learn more about the history, features, and benefits of the City of Fremont Hills.

    Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources – Public Notice

City Calendar


    City Council Meetings, Board of Alderman

    Meets on the 1st & 3rd Thursday Monthly
    6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    Design Review Committee Meetings

    Meets as needed every 1st & 3rd Thursday Monthly
    5:00 pm – 5:30 pm

    Planning & Zoning Committee Meetings

    Meets on the 1st Thursday Monthly
    5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

    To be on the agenda for Design Review or P&Z, applications must be considered one week prior to meeting date.


    Show Me Christian County in conjunction with the Business Development Center is focused on business retention, expansion as well as attracting new businesses to the area.  Their new website is coming soon.  https://www.showmechristiancounty.com/

    Two additional crosswalks will soon be added to the Fremont and CC intersection via a TAP Grant to the City of Ozark.  This is part of a long-term effort to connect an Ozark Trail System from downtown Ozark to the Galloway Trail in Springfield.  For more information you can visit:  https://ccheadliner.com/community_links/ozark-awarded-k-for-sidewalks-and-trails/article_d24a1b96-6216-11e9-ae49-7be2dc921bf5.html, https://www.ky3.com/content/news/Ozarks-Transportation-Organization–506048491.html.  This is outside the jurisdiction of The City of Fremont Hills, however the Board of Alderman has been notified.