|2-1-1 Missouri Resource Directory|
24/7 connection to resources and agencies.
|A Parents Guide to St. Louis Schools|
High-level information to help parents understand their school options, plus a comprehensive database of schools including test scores, reviews, photos, events, and video.<br />
|Asthma Friendly St. Louis|
Asthma Friendly St. Louis is a community program designed to help school-aged children and teens manage their asthma.
For generations, Bellefontaine Cemetery has provided a tranquil, dignified setting in which to commemorate the lives of those who have shaped us, our families, and our city.
|Benton Park Neighborhood|
The official site of the Benton Park Neighborhood in St. Louis, MO
|Benton Park Neighborhood Association|
The official website of the Benton Park Neighborhood Association.
|Benton Park Neighborhood Association Facebook Page|
Benton Park Neighborhood Association Facebook Page
|Benton Park West Neighborhood Association Facebook Page|
Benton Park West Neighborhood Association Facebook Page
|Benton Park West Neighborhood Website|
|Bevo Mill Neighborhood Watch Facebook Page|
Bevo Mill Neighborhood Watch on Facebook
|Bike St. Louis Phase III|
Great Rivers Greenway and the City of St. Louis are working to improve the Bike St. Louis network in the City of St. Louis with a plan to expand and upgrade a total of 135 miles of street routes for bicycles.
|Board of Police Commissioners|
The Board of Police Commissioners is responsible for the effective operation of the Metropolitan Police Department. The Board sets policy, makes promotions, holds both closed and open meetings and coordinates with the Chief of Police in providing effective police services to the citizens of the City of St. Louis.
Within this site you will find maps, directions and historical information about many of the 17 cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
|Central West End Neighborhood Association Website Page|
Central West End Association Website Page
|Central West End Scene Facebook Page|
Central West End Scene Facebook Page
|Citizens for Modern Transit|
Citizens for Modern Transit or CMT, leads advocacy efforts to expand light rail as the critical component of an integrated, affordable and convenient public transportation system that will enable economic growth to improve quality of life in the St. Louis region.
|Clifton Heights Neighborhood News|
Clifton Heights Neighborhood News
|Compton Heights Neighborhood Website|
|Downtown Dutchtown Business Association Facebook Page|
Downtown Dutchtown Business Association on Facebook
|Downtown Neighborhood Facebook Page|
Downtown Facebook Page
|Downtown Neighborhood Website|
Downtown Neighborhood Website
Obtain or renew a driver license, non-driver license or permit.
|Dutchtown West Neighborhood Association Website|
Dutchtown West Neighborhood Association
|Fox Park Neighborhood Association Facebook Page|
Fox Park Neighborhood Association on Facebook
|Fox Park Neighborhood Association Website|
Fox Park Neighborhood Association
|Franz Park Neighborhood Blog|
Franz Park Neighborhood Blog
|Franz Park Neighborhood Website|
|General Homeschooling Information|
Home schooling is one of the options available for meeting the state's compulsory attendance law, Section 167.031, RSMo.
|Hamilton Heights Neighborhood Organization, Inc. on Facebook|
Hamilton Heights Neighborhood Organization, Inc.
Hammerstone's, very well known for live music, great food, and a beautiful patio. All of this in a building with history dating back to 1884. We have been told that during prohibition it was a drug store in front with bootleg liquor out back, and doctor's offices up stairs.
|Holly Hills Improvement Association|
Holly Hills Improvement Association
|Holly Hills Neighborhood Twitter|
Holly Hills has an active Twitter account and regularly post news that is relevant to the residents.
Information on curriculum, textbooks, diplomas, credits
|Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery|
Jefferson Barracks, one of the National Cemetery Administrations oldest interment sites, has served as a burial place soldiers from all wars. The National Cemetery is open to visitors every day of the year from dawn until dusk.
The mission of KDHX is to build community through media, with diverse and independent voices that enrich the perspectives of our audiences. We promote civic and cultural participation by providing the tools, technology, and training vital to informed, creative expression.
|La Leche League of Greater St. Louis|
Offers practical support to mothers through monthly meetings, email, and on the phone. Information covers the practical, physical, and psychological aspects of breastfeeding.
|Lafayette Square Neighborhood Website|
|LaSalle Park Community Garden Resource on Facebook|
LaSalle Park Community Garden Resource on Facebook
|LeadSafe St. Louis|
Lead Safe St. Louis is a City of St. Louis ten year initiative to reduce lead exposure. It provides testing services and education.
|Lindenwood Park Business Directory|
Lindenwood Park Business Directory
|Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Website|
|Madison County Transit (Illinois)|
MCT provides the community with numerous public bus routes, a Paratransit service for the disabled and elderly, bikeway development, as well as overseeing RideFinders, the St. Louis regional rideshare program.
Metro Transit is best known as the operator of the public transportation system for the St. Louis metropolitan region, with MetroLink, MetroBus and Metro Call-A-Ride
|Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District|
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District provides comprehensive wastewater and stormwater management services to residents and businesses.
|Midtown Alley Facebook Page|
Midtown Alley Facebook Page
|Midtown Alley Street Fest Facebook Page|
Midtown Alley Street Fest Facebook Page
|Midtown Alley Website Page|
Midtown Alley Website Page
|Motor Vehicle Titling & Registration|
Information about titling and registering a motor vehicle, trailer, boat/vessel, or all-terrain vehicle.
|Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Association Facebook Page|
Mount Pleasant Facebook Page
The private social network<br />for neighbors in Shaw.
|Old North St. Louis Facebook Page|
Old North St. Louis Facebook Page
|Old North St. Louis Neighborhood Website|
Old North St. Louis Neighborhood Website
|Park Central Development|
A community development corporation serving the neighborhoods of the 17th Ward
|Register to Vote in MO|
Forms, requirements, and locations for voter registration in MO
|Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation|
Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation (formerly St. Margaret of Scotland Housing Corporation) is a non-profit, non-denominational organization that works to improve the quality of life in the Shaw neighborhood by addressing housing related issues. The organization is involved in numerous activities designed to promote the neighborhood and encourage both private and public development.
|Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation Facebook Page|
Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation Facebook Page
|Shaw Neighborhood Website|
|ShawTalk Discussion List|
Discussion List for the Shaw Neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri.
|Skinker DeBaliviere Community Council|
Skinker DeBaliviere Community Council
Saint Louis University Official Athletic Site
|Smoke Free St. Louis Kids|
Smoke Free St. Louis Kids is working to identify parents, pregnant women, and family members whose smoking in the home puts children at risk.
|Soulard Restoration Group|
Soulard Restoration Group promotes the historical integrity of the neighborhood.
|Southampton Neighborhood Website|
The official site of the Southampton Neighborhood in St. Louis, MO
|Southwest Garden Neighborhood Website|
|St Louis Public Radio|
St. Louis Public Radio is recognized as a distinctive and vital media source that strengthens the civic and cultural life of the communities it serves.
|St. Louis City Code and Ordinances|
The Revised Code of the City of St. Louis is a compilation of ordinances which are generally enforceable throughout the city.
|St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Twitter|
St. Louis Hills Twitter Account
|St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Website|
Community website for St. Louis Hills Neighborhood
|St. Louis Public Library|
Branch location information, online catalog search, event schedule, and kids area. Also provides Internet access to important city government information.
|St. Louis Public Schools|
Official site. District information, board of education, directory of services, calendar, food, and foundation.
|Statutes Related to Homeschooling|
Sections 162.996, 167.031 through 167.071, and Section 210.167 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri provide the framework for home schooling in Missouri.
This competition is an opportunity for City of St. Louis neighborhood organizations, individuals, religious organizations, and community groups to propose projects that are likely to help improve livability and enhance quality of life at the local level.
|The Hill Neighborhood Website|
|The Hill St. Louis Directory Website|
The Hill St. Louis Directory Website
|Tower Grove East Neighborhood Website|
|Tower Grove South Neighborhood Website|
Tower Grove South Website
Promotes healthy, active and vibrant communities where walking, bicycling and the use of public transit are a way of life
|Water Division St. Louis|
See billing and consumption information for your Water Account.
|Board of Equalization|
Board of Equalization responsibilities, meetings, agendas.
|Brightside St. Louis|
Brightside St. Louis and Project Blitz Organizer Responsibilities
The Circuit Attorney is elected by its citizens as the prosecutor for state-level criminal cases in the City of St. Louis. Specialized units include Child Support, Community
Affairs, Drug Court, Felony Trial, Victim Services, White Collar Crime and the Warrant Office.
|Citizens' Service Bureau (CSB)|
The Citizens' Service Bureau's (CSB) purpose is to effectively and efficiently register and route city service
requests, answer citizen requests for information, and provide City departments with statistics as needed.
|Environmental Investigations Unit|
The Trash Task Force was created in April of 1995 to work on combating the problem of illegal dumping.
|Jury Duty Supervisor|
Learn about the Jury Duty Supervisor's Office and the requirements to be eligible to serve as a juror in Missouri.
|Neighborhood Stabilization Team|
Neighborhood Stabilization Team for the City of St. Louis home page
|Parks, Recreation, and Forestry|
Department of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry
Information about how you can reduce, reuse, and recycle, particularly in ways that you can experience direct benefits (e.g., lower out-of-pocket costs, improved health, tidier neighborhoods)
The Refuse Division is responsible for collection and disposal of residential waste and also coordinates efforts to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills, such as recycling, composting, and waste reduction.
Street Department functions including those of Streets, Refuse, Traffic and Towing divisions as well as permits issued by the Director's office.
|About Education in St. Louis|
Information on Charter Schools and other Educational options in St. Louis City
Sustainability initiatives relating to Air in the City.
|Alley/Curb Pick-Up Service|
Information about the residential recycling pick-up service in alleys and at curbs using blue dumpsters and rollcarts.
|Alley/Curbside Recycling Pick-Up|
A list of options for residential recycling pick-up services using curbside or alley containers.
|Appraised Value vs. Assessed Value|
An explanation of the differences between Appraised Value and Assessed Value of your Real Estate Property.
|Batteries (Automotive) - Recycle|
Options for recycling automotive batteries.
|Blitz Organizer / Block Captain Responsibilities|
Brightside St. Louis and Blitz Organizer Responsibilities
Divisions of the Board of Public Service responsible for the design, construction, and supervision of public works projects.
|Charter School FAQs|
Frequently Asked Questions on Charter Schools.
|Charter School Ideas|
Charter School Ideas
|Citizen Role in a Storm|
Citizens are a key partner in a successful winter storm response.
|City Offices Closed Feb 11|
City Offices Closed Feb 11
|Community Information Network (CIN)|
About the Community Information Network (CIN)
Details about what community outreach and education resources are offered by the City of St. Louis.
Information about the Forestry Division's compost operations
|Composting at Home|
Learn how to compost at home.
Lists documents and reference materials pertaining to the Urban Vitality & Ecology initiative.
A list of drop-off recycling options.
|Drop-off Recycling Locations|
A list of drop-off site locations, including their hours of operation and materials accepted.
|Drop-off Recycling Map|
A map of the recycling drop-off sites offered by the City of St. Louis Refuse Division.
|Early Childhood Education|
Preschool and Kindergarten Options for the City of St. Louis
|Education Options in St. Louis|
Resources to public, private, and charter options within City limits.
|Garden Lease Program: Best Practices|
Highlighting EPA recommendations to reduce exposure to soil-based contaminants.
|Healthy Home Repair Program|
Home repair assistance for low to moderate income households.
Higher education options available in St. Louis.
|How It Works|
A description of how the residential recycling pickup service works (e.g., collection schedule).
|How to Calculate Property Taxes|
Information on how to calculate property taxes
|Kindergarten through 12th Grade|
Kindergarten through 12th Grade options
|Kingshighway Bridge Reconstruction|
Demolition and reconstruction of the Kingshighway bridge between Southwest/Vandeventer and Shaw Blvd.
Sustainability initiatives relating to land in the City.
|Materials Accepted and Preparation Instructions|
A list of typical materials that are accepted for recycling and how to prepare them for recycling.
Videos and other media from the Citizen Services Bureau
|Organics Recycling - Composting|
Home composting resources.
|Penalty for Late Filing - Personal Property Assessments|
Information on penalties for filing property assessments late
|Personal Property - Individual|
Explanation of Individual Personal Property Tax
Reporting the tonnage of recyclables collected by Refuse Division via the alley/curb pickup service.
|Residential Recycling Pick-Up Service Ward Status|
A chart detailing the status of recycling implementation in each Ward within the City of St. Louis.
|Residential Studies and Surveys in St. Louis|
Links to research, data, and other resources about residential recycling.
|Resources for Street Treatment|
Resources of the City Street Department for responding to snow and ice emergencies
|School Search by Address|
Search for elementary, middle, and high schools assigned to an address.
|SLDC Highlights Sustainability|
Key Sustainability Initiatives and examples of how SLDC is achieving sustainability goals.
|Snow Driving Tips|
Tips for sharing the road with snow plows and other winter driving tips
|Snow Route Map|
Snow Routes in the City of St. Louis
|Sustainability Initiative Documents|
Links to documents and resources pertaining to Sustainability Initiatives
|Tax Abatement Programs|
Information on where to find Tax Abatement Programs and check on the status of a property
|Tiered Snow And Ice Response|
The Street Division has developed a tiered response to ensure efficient clearing of streets during a winter weather emergency.
Sustainability initiatives relating to Water in the City.
|***E & A PUBLIC HEARING TIME CORRECTION***|
Public Hearing will be held on Friday, April 17th at 1:00 PM
|2015 Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure|
Thousands of people packed Downtown St. Louis for the 2015 Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
|Assessments: An Explanation|
A layman's explanation to assessments
|Authors at the St. Louis Public Library in Nov. 2012|
Newsgram item about the Authors that will be presented at the St. Louis Public Library in Nov. 2012
|Blue Bin News - Residential Recycling Newsletter|
Current issue and archive link of our monthly residential newsletter, Blue Bin News
|Blue Bin News - Residential Recycling Newsletter Archive|
Archived issues of our monthly residential newsletter, Blue Bin News.
|Changes for the 2014 Project Blitz|
Block units, neighborhood organizations and other community groups will be able to designate their own date for their neighborhood clean-up.
|City Makes Donations Available to Stray Rescue for Capital Improvements|
City Makes Donations Available to Stray Rescue for Capital Improvements
|City of St. Louis Goes Google|
City of St. Louis Goes Google
|City of St. Louis Resumes Twice-a-Week Trash Collection|
City of St. Louis Resumes Twice-a-Week Trash Collection
|City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Money, Energy|
City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Money, Energy
|City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Residents Money and Decrease the City’s Carbon Footprint|
City to save residents money on energy bills
|City offers special utility assistance for low-income seniors and disabled residents|
City offers special utility assistance for low-income seniors and disabled residents
|City Offices Closed Monday, Feb 21|
City Offices Closed Monday Feb 21
|City Residents Offered Free Firewood|
City Residents Offered Free Firewood
|City Streets Crews and Partners Work to Mitigate Flooding|
The City Streets Department, along with the Army Corps of Engineers, MSD and MODOT are working around the clock to mitigate flooding on both the Mississippi River and the River Des Peres.
|City to Participate in Missouri Severe Weather Awareness Week|
The state awareness week runs March 4-8, 2013 to coincide with the National Severe
Weather Awareness Week.
|City Works To Stop Car Break-Ins|
City Works To Stop Car Break-Ins
|Compromise Reached on Civilian Oversight of Police Department|
Bill be introduced Friday on Compromise Reached on Civilian Oversight of Police Department
|Create Your own Urban Garden|
The Land Reutilization Authority is offering vacant lots to residents through their Garden Lease Program.
|CSB Cityworks Spotlight|
Spotlight on City's use of Cityworks, a GIS-based service request system, to improve efficiency.
|Domestic Partnership Registry|
Domestic Partnership Registry
|Eagle Bank & Trust Company Donates Thermal Imaging Device|
Newsgram item about Eagle Bank & Trust Company Donating a Thermal Imaging Device to the St. Louis Fire Dept.
|Effective 6.5.2015: Bill Establishing Civilian Oversight Board|
A board bill signed by Mayor Francis Slay to establish a Civilian Oversight Board in the City of St. Louis becomes effective as law.
|Election Results for City Primary Elections March 5th|
Final Unofficial Election Results for City Primary Elections from the Board of Election Commissioners.
|Fireman's Retirement System Demands Millions More|
Fireman's Retirement System Demands Millions More
|Free Income Tax Preparation for St. Louis residents|
Free Income Tax Preparation for St. Louis residents
|Grand Bridge to Close between Chouteau and I-64|
Grand Bridge to Close between Chouteau and I-64
Health Alert Turkey Burger Product Recall
|Mayor Announces Fourth Charter School to Open 2011-12 School Year|
Mayor Announces Fourth Charter School to Open 2011-12 School Year
|Mayor Announces Winner of Holiday Card Contest|
Mayor Slay invited Holiday Card Contest winners and finalists for special reception in his office
|Mayor Francis Slay Issues Statement on Historic Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality|
Mayor Francis Slay Issues Statement on Historic
Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality: Obergefell v. Hodges
|Mayor Slay Announces Summer Jobs Program|
Mayor Slay Announces Summer Jobs Program
|Mayor Slay Signs Bike Parking Bill|
Mayor Slay Signs Bike Parking Bill
|Mayor Slay to Announce Sustainable Land Lab Winners|
The Sustainable Land Lab is designed to be a living laboratory of two-year demonstration projects, which will showcase innovative
ideas and integrated strategies for transforming one of the region’s greatest challenges — vacant land — into an asset that can advance sustainability.
|Mayor Slay to seek package to repair tornado-damaged homes|
Mayor Slay to seek package to repair tornado-damaged homes
|MDNR to Clean Up Gas Station for New Charter School|
Missouri Department of Natural Resources to Clean Up Gas Station for New Charter School
|MoDOT Closes Eastbound I-64 Downtown Overnight Saturday|
Latest release from MoDOT re Closing Eastbound I-64 Downtown Overnight Saturday
|President Reed Teams with Forest ReLeaf to Plant Over 500 Trees for Peace throughout the Region this Fall|
“Plant for Peace”
|Ready for Ice Skating?|
Newsgram item about when the season will begin at Steinberg Ice Skating Rink in forest Park.
|Section of Shaw Blvd to Close during Kingshighway Viaduct Prep|
Prep Work for Kingshighway Viaduct Reconstruction to Close Portion of Shaw Boulevard
|St. Louis City Muni Court Extends MO Supreme Court Rule|
St. Louis City Municipal Court Extends Missouri Supreme Court Rule, Giving More People a Chance to Fulfill Obligations to the Law. City Continues to Lead on Municipal Court Reforms
|St. Louis Rolls Out Phase Two of College Hill Hot-Spot Initiative|
St. Louis Rolls Out Phase Two of College Hill Hot-Spot Initiative
|St. Louis Tops Nation in Volunteering|
St. Louis Tops Nation in Volunteering
|St. Louis Wins IBM Smarter Cities Grant|
St. Louis Wins IBM Smarter Cities Grant
|St. Louisans to Begin Enrolling in Health Insurance Marketplace|
City of St. Louis to Host Enrollment Assistance Sessions.
|Update: Bike St. Louis Phase III Construction Underway|
Crews creating 40 new miles of street routes for bikes and upgrading 60 miles of existing network
|Update: Sustainability Competition Now Closed|
$5,000 Grants to Make Seven Winning Projects a Reality