The Parks and Recreation department provides free transportation for qualified City residents. The transportation service assists riders with doctor appointments, shopping, banking and post office visits, and more. To qualify you must:
- Be a Hazelwood resident
- Be 55 years of age, or older, or disabled with medical verification
- Submit a signed and completed application for service. Applications are available at the bottom of the page and at the Community Center
Applicants must not have any condition that requires special medical attention which might adversely affect the health of other riders. Accommodations that may be needed are the responsibility of the rider (service animal, oxygen, personal assistance, walker, etc.).
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Wednesdays are devoted to special trips as scheduled by the Parks & Recreation Department, and Hazelnut transportation for monthly meetings.
Areas of Service
Transportation services are available for riders anywhere within the Hazelwood City limits. Outside of City limits, the boundaries are the following areas: Howdershell Road/Shackelford Road to Mullanphy Lane; Highway 270 to West Florissant Avenue; North on Lindbergh Boulevard to 2341 North Highway 67; De Paul and Christian Medical Centers.
For reservations, please call 314-731-0980, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Reservations must be made 48 hours in advance and are scheduled in 30 minute increments. Reservations can be scheduled up to one month ahead of time. Calls for service less than 48 hours in advance will be accommodated based on priorities and availability.
Riders should be ready 30 minutes prior to their designated pickup time. Riders are limited to one trip per day, two times a week.
Priority Rating Scale for Reservations
Riders are accommodated according to the priority rating scale below. From highest to lowest, priorities are:
- Grocery shopping
- Financial business
- Recreational, shopping, post office, etc.
Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance. Any cancellation within 24 hours should still be called in as a consideration to other riders.