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Eureka is a city located in St. Louis CountyMissouri, United States, adjacent to the cities of Wildwood and Pacific, along Interstate 44. It is in the extreme southwest of the Greater St. Louis metro area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 10,189.[6] Since 1971, Eureka has been known as the home of the amusement park Six Flags St. Louis.

The village of Eureka was platted in 1858[7] along the route of the Pacific Railroad. By 1890, the village consisted of about 100 homes. According to the Eureka Chamber of Commerce, railroad workers while clearing the way for the track and the next railroad camp saw Eureka, level land with little to clear, and declared, "Eureka!" Greek meaning "I have found it." Thus, Eureka was founded. In 1898, Eureka became home to the St. Louis Children's Industrial Farm, established to give children from St. Louis tenement neighborhoods a chance to experience life in a rural setting. It later became Camp Wyman (now part of Wyman Center) and is one of the oldest camps in the United States. Eureka was incorporated as a fourth-class city on April 7, 1954.

City of Allenton

The railroad town of Allenton is a former community on U.S. Route 66 located (now) at the junction of Interstate 44 and Business Loop 44 in western St. Louis County. In 1985, it was annexed by the city of Eureka. The town is currently rural, with adjacent farmland and forested Ozark ridges. This community was declared blighted by St. Louis County in 1973.

Rockwood R-Vi School District operates 3 elementary schools, Lasalle Springs Middle School and Eureka High School.[9]

The city also contains two private schools, St. Mark's Lutheran Church and School and Sacred Heart Church and School.

The city has the Eureka Hills Branch lending library, a branch of the St. Louis County Library.[10]

Local news coverage for the town and some of its neighbors is provided by the 
Tri County Journal, the Eureka and Pacific Current NewsMagazine, and the Washington Missourian.

Eureka, Missouri
Entering Eureka along State Route 109
Entering Eureka along State Route 109
Location of Eureka, Missouri
Location of Eureka, Missouri
Coordinates: 38°30′10″N 90°38′42″W
City Eureka
State Missouri
County St. Louis
 • Mayor Sean Flower
 • Total 10.45 sq mi (27.07 km2)
 • Land 10.35 sq mi (26.81 km2)
 • Water 0.10 sq mi (0.26 km2)
456 ft (139 m)
 • Total 10,189
 • Estimate 
 • Density 980/sq mi (380/km2)
Time zone UTC−6 (Central (CST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
FIPS code 29-22834[4]
GNIS feature ID 0756031[5]
Website City of Eureka official website