Board of Aldermen

The Board of Aldermen is the legislative body of the City of St. Louis and creates, passes, and amends local laws, as well as approve the City's budget every year. There are twenty-eight aldermen, one from each ward in the City and a President.



Upcoming Events

These events are coming up soon. You can also View past meetings

Thursday, Jul 27, 2017

Engrossment Rules,Resolutions & Credentials
Board of Aldermen | Aldermanic Committee Meeting | Free

Monday, Sep 04, 2017

Labor Day
Board of Aldermen | Aldermanic General Meeting | Free

President's Corner

Portrait: President of the Board of Aldermen Lewis Reed

Here in the President's Corner, you will find useful and timely information, with a focus on the legislative process and how the board is working to improve quality of life for residents, increase job and educational opportunities and ensure our youth are prepared  for adulthood and our seniors are cared for. Got news items? Send us an email
- Lewis E. Reed, President


SLATE Executive Director Elected President of Training and Employment Administrators of Missouri 1
Holmes to lead a group of Executive Directors from the 14 workforce development areas in Missouri to help develop a competitive workforce in our state
Press release | St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment | 07/24/2017

Clemens Mansion Fire FAQs
An EPA On Scene Coordinator and a federal contractor are working with the City on this issue.
Press release | Department of Health | 07/21/2017

EPA Air Monitors Detect No Airborne Asbestos Around Clemens House Fire Site
Additional air monitoring stations will continue testing throughout the week.
News/Announcement | Department of Health,Office of the Mayor | 07/20/2017

Contact Information

Phone: (314) 622-3287
President's Office: (314) 622-4114
Fax: (314) 589-6921

Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM

1200 Market , City Hall, Room 230
St. Louis, Missouri 63103

Get directions to this address
Map for the above address

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