Departments and Agencies
St. Louis Port Authority
The Port Authority of the City of St. Louis supports economic development in the City’s 6,000-acre Port District, which lies along the City’s 19 miles of Mississippi River frontage. In addition to managing leases for City-owned property in this area, the Authority works with shipping stakeholders across the bi-state area to promote regional commerce.
Most of the developments listed have received funding or incentives from the City of St. Louis. Assisting development in the City is the core goal of St. Louis Development Corporation.
Lists documents and reference materials pertaining to the Urban Vitality & Ecology initiative.
Mapping and Graphics Division
The mapping and graphics division main function is to generate maps to support the planning function of the City of St. Louis
North Riverfront Commerce Corridor
A comprehensive study of the North Riverfront Commerce Corridor.
Port Working Group Statement
A statement for the Port Working Group Meeting, written by John Roach, 1/30/12
Street Tree Information
A list of common street trees used by the City of St. Louis Forestry Division.
Sustainability Initiative Documents
Links to documents and resources pertaining to Sustainability Initiatives
Urban Vitality & Ecology Brochure
Two page overview of the Urban Vitality & Ecology Initiative
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