Mayor's Office

Homepage of the City of St. Louis Mayor's Office. Includes links to news, initiatives and mayoral priorities.

Francis G. Slay 

Mayor Slay made history in 2013 as the City of St. Louis' first mayor to be elected to a fourth, four-year term in office. He became the 45th Mayor of the City in 2001 and was re-elected by large margins in 2005, 2009, and 2013.  

Mayor Slay's Priorities Include

  • making neighborhoods safer
  • bringing more and better jobs to St. Louis
  • creating a more sustainable City
  • giving parents the educational options they deserve. 

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Latest News

MSD Project Clear, City of St. Louis Begin $13.5 Million Program to Demolish Buildings
Hundreds of abandoned, structurally-condemned buildings to be demolished.
Press release | Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District,Office of the Mayor | 03/23/2017

City of St. Louis Applies for Federal Aviation Administration Pilot Program
FAA Approval Would Allow Private Investment in St. Louis Lambert International Airport
Press release | St. Louis Lambert International Airport,Office of the Mayor | 03/22/2017

New Filing Stalls Minimum Wage Implementation in City of St. Louis
Opponents Ask Missouri Supreme Court for Rehearing
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 03/15/2017

Mayor Slay's Sustainability Action Agenda: Progress Report
Mayor to Provide Update and Announce New Sustainability Programs
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 03/13/2017


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Phone: (314) 622-3201

8 AM - 6 PM
Monday through Friday

1200 Market , City Hall, Room 200
St. Louis, Missouri 63103

Parking access from Clark Street, 14th street, and Market

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