Severe Weather Public Health Protection
Providing the most up to date information regarding current weather conditions, helpful safety tips and links to resources available in the community.
Warming centers provide shelter from excessive cold conditions
Heating and Cooling sites for the St. Louis area
All Ready Stl
Emergencies Happen. Prepare today.
Supports citizens and first responders to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.
Flood Readiness & Safety
Information containing basic precautionary steps, steps while under watches and warnings, emergency supplies, and preparing to evacuate if needed.
Heat Up & Cool Down St. Louis
Providing air-conditioners, heating assistence and pay for electric bills for at-risk seniors, the disabled and small critically-ill children only.
Historical Weather For St. Louis
WeatherSpark provides historical weather data. A user can find averages, historical weather data, and forecasts for the St. Louis Region.
Ksdk School Closings
Up to date school closing and weather information.
NOAA - National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
Daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings and climate monitoring.
Get trusted alerts from your local police and 5,000 other public safety agencies via phone text alerts.
Power Outage Tips
Safety tips to help you prepare for and cope with sudden loss of power.
Solar Impluse in St. Louis Video
Across America - St. Louis: Sustainability Report
St. Louis Weather from Weather Underground
St. Louis weather link to Weather Underground website.
Don’t wait for severe weather to arrive to start thinking about keeping yourself and your family safe. Being StormAware means having a plan before severe weather strikes.
Tornado Safety Information
Knowing what to do when you see a tornado, or when you hear a tornado warning, can help protect you and your family.
Plans and Reports
City of St. Louis 2005 & 2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Report
This greenhouse gas inventory represents the first step in a comprehensive approach to reducing the City's GHG emissions. Its objective was to identify the sources and quantities of GHG emitted by government operations and community activities in the City of St. Louis during the 2005 and 2010 calendar years. It allows the City to understand the scale of emissions from the various sectors within its operations and within the community. It establishes a foundation upon which to track emission trends and base forecasts in order to address the progress of mitigation strategies and policies.
Snow Routes in the City
Snow Routes plowed by the Street Division explained and highlighted on City map