Belgrade, Missouri

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Belgrade, Missouri
unincorporated community
Belgrade, Missouri is located in Missouri
Belgrade, Missouri
Belgrade, Missouri
Coordinates: 37°47′12″N 90°50′57″W / 37.78667°N 90.84917°W / 37.78667; -90.84917Coordinates: 37°47′12″N 90°50′57″W / 37.78667°N 90.84917°W / 37.78667; -90.84917
Country United States
State Missouri
County Washington County
Population
 • Total 200
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ZIP code 63622

Belgrade is an unincorporated community in south central Washington County, Missouri, United States. It is located on Missouri Supplemental Route C about six miles (10 km) west of Caledonia and ten miles (16 km) south of Potosi. Belgrade is in the Saint Louis Metro Area, and is near the Route 21 corridor.

History[edit]

Belgrade was founded in 1876. It was named after Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.[1]

Geography[edit]

Belgrade is located at 37.77N 90.83W with an elevation of 932 feet (284 m) above sea level.

Major highways[edit]

  • State Highway C
  • State Highway JJ
  • State Highway BB
  • State Highway P
  • State Highway DD
  • State Highway Z
  • State Highway 32

Transportation[edit]

  • Washington County Airport, Mineral Point, Missouri
  • Farmington Airport, Farmington, Missouri
  • Spirit Of St. Louis Airport, Chesterfield, Missouri
  • Rolla National Airport, Rolla, Missouri

Community information[edit]

  • Zip Codes: 63622, 63623, 63631, 63648, 63664, 65566
  • Area Code: 573
  • County: Washington
  • Nearby cities: Caledonia, Irondale, Potosi, Belleview, Viburnum, Bismarck, De Soto, Pilot Knob, Park Hills, Hillsboro, Steelville, Bonne Terre, Festus
  • Post Office: 14135 State Highway C
  • Fire Department: Belgrade Fire and Rescue
  • Police Department: Washington County Sheriff's Department, Potosi Police
  • School: Valley R-6: Belgrade/Caledonia
  • Metro Area: St. Louis Metropolitan Area

Parks[edit]

  • Council Bluff Lake - S State DD
  • Hazel Creek Campground - Forest Service 2392 Brazil RD Belgrade

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eaton, David Wolfe (1918). How Missouri Counties, Towns and Streams Were Named. The State Historical Society of Missouri. p. 370.