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Mayor Lyda Krewson
In April 2017, Lyda Krewson won a historic election to become the first woman to serve as mayor of St. Louis. Prior to the election, Krewson served as 28th Ward Alderwoman. She is also a CPA and served as the CFO for an international design firm until her election as Mayor in 2017.
News and Announcements
City of St. Louis to Hold Public Town Hall with Police Chief Finalists on Tuesday, December 6
The town hall will take place at 6:00pm at Vashon High School. The City expects to announce a decision on a final hire by the end of the year.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 11/22/2022
City of St. Louis Offering Free Firewood for City Residents
City residents can find firewood at Forest Park, Carondelet Park and O'Fallon Park
Press release | Division of Forestry,Office of the Mayor | 11/10/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Votes Early at Julia Davis Library; No-Excuse Absentee Voting Remains Open Through November 8
Missouri’s new voting provision allows voters to vote early absentee without an excuse beginning two weeks before Election Day.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Board of Election Commissioners | 11/03/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Celebrates St. Louis’ Historic $10.6 Million Investment in Local Arts and Culture Through American Rescue Plan
Jones et al celebrated the passage of Board Bill 66, allocating $10.6mil in ARPA funding to assist the art and culture industry’s recovery efforts.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 11/01/2022