Departments and Agencies
Environmental Investigations Unit
The Trash Task Force was created in April of 1995 to work on combating the problem of illegal dumping.
Air, Land, and Water
Sustainability initiatives relating to land, air, and water in the City.
Brownfields Cleanup Fund
The St. Louis Brownfields Cleanup Fund provides low-interest loans for property cleanup costs to qualified projects.
The purpose of the St. Louis Brownfield Program is to return underutilized and contaminated sites back to productive use.
Environmental Assessment Issues
Issues Cited on the Environmental Assessment ("Long Form") Checklist
These are Environmental Issues cited at 24 CFR 58.5, appearing on the appropriate "short form" review checklist currently in use, and the compliance documents currently in use for each issue
Milkweeds for Monarchs
The St. Louis Butterfly Project
Solar Panel Guidelines
Summary of proposed Solar Panel Guidelines for Local Historic Districts
An overview of triple bottom line sustainability in the City of St. Louis
Ideas, examples, and how-to instructions for creating an exciting and innovative sustainability project in your neighborhood
Air Pollution Control Forms
Air Pollution Control Forms
Laws, Bills, and Policies
Air Pollution Control Ordinance
Air Pollution Control Ordinance and Fee Schedule
Executive Order on Bottled Water
An executive order relating to the prohibition of single-serving bottled water by the government of the City of St. Louis, Missouri.
Plans and Reports
City of St. Louis Sustainability Plan
The plan was adopted as a Topical Plan by the Planning Commission on January 9, 2013. It is the City’s first sustainability plan. The planning process was led by Catherine Werner, the City’s Sustainability Director. The citywide plan includes hundreds of strategies to advance sustainability in the City.
City of St. Louis Sustainability Plan Draft for Public Review
The draft City of St. Louis Sustainability Plan is available for public review online and at a number of locations throughout the City.
Emerald Ash Borer Technical Brief
Emerald Ash Borer Technical Brief, action plan, and contacts.
Green Cleaning Pilot
The City of St. Louis, MO, led by the Mayor’s Office, with technical support from the Responsible Purchasing Network (RPN) under a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), will pilot test and procure “green” cleaning products.
Permeable Pavement Alley Pilot Study
The City of St. Louis is piloting a program to test the effectiveness of different permeable pavement systems in alleyways
Sustainability Plan Action Agenda
Sustainability Plan Items for City Implementation By 2018
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