Clayton Heating and Air Conditioning
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Jerry Kelly now services heating and cooling systems in Clayton with the same great service over 13,000 customers across St. Louis have come to enjoy. The City of Clayton is recognized throughout the metropolitan area for an outstanding quality of life which has become its trademark. Clayton combines a bustling downtown with quiet, secure residential neighborhoods.
A chic suburban community with urban flair just west of the City of St. Louis, Clayton is the hub of metropolitan St. Louis and the seat of St. Louis County. Clayton's central location and convenient access to several interstates and major arteries place it within minutes of just about anywhere in the region. Clayton's bustling downtown is the region's premier business district and home to Forbes and Fortune 500 headquarters and branch offices. Clayton maintains one of the highest commercial occupancy rates in the region.
Enriching the City's quality of life is its award-winning public school system. The City's public school district is one of the nation's best, with 95% of its high school graduates going on to college. Clayton is also home to several stellar private institutions, including Washington University, Fontbonne University and Concordia Seminary.
The St. Louis area's finest attractions are within a 15 minute drive of Clayton: the Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium (home of the 11-Time and defending World Champion St. Louis Cardinals), the Edward Jones Dome (home to the St. Louis Rams), the St. Louis Art Museum, Muny Opera, St. Louis Science Center, the Saint Louis Zoo, Powell Symphony Hall, Fox Theatre, Scottrade Center and the Missouri Botanical Garden. Newly renovated Forest Park is just to the east of Clayton and Lambert International Airport is only 12 minutes away.
Organized in 1877 and named after Ralph Clayton, who donated the land for the courthouse, Clayton had a population of 15,939 according to the 2010 census.