Collinsville City Hall is located approximately 16 miles east of St. Louis and is home to about 26,000 residents. It is home to the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site as well as the Fairmont Park Thoroughbred horse racing track.

Collinsville High School has a proud sports tradition, and holds several state championships in basketball, baseball and soccer. The Collinsville High School Dance Team has also won numerous state championships.

Uptown Collinsville hosts several annual weekend festivals, and is best known for its Italian Fest and the International Horseradish Festival. The World’s Largest Catsup Bottle, which is a 170-ft tall water tower, is a well-known local landmark.Collinsville Streetscape

Collinsville retains its small-town feel despite recent growth and development.  Great schools, beautiful parks and state-of the art recreational facilities add to the quality of life in Collinsville.  The proximity to St. Louis allows access to plenty of big-city amenities, while providing residents a retreat from urban congestion.

Public transportation is available via bus through Madison County Transit.

The Collinsville Community Unit School District 10 public school district includes:

•    8 Elementary Schools
•    1 Intermediate School
•    1 Middle Schools
•    1 High Schools


The schools for Collinsville include:


Caseyville Elementary Jefferson Elementary
Kreitner Elementary Maryville Elementary
Renfro Elementary Summit Elementary
Twin Echo Elementary Webster Elementary
Dorris Intermediate Collinsville Middle School
Collinsville High School