Board of Aldermen
The Board of Aldermen is the legislative body of the City of St. Louis responsible for the passage of ordinances, including the annual budget.
The law making body of the City of St. Louis is the Board of Aldermen. There are twenty-eight aldermen, one from each ward in the City and a President. The Board of Aldermen meet every Friday except during summer recess and on holidays. At these sessions, the Aldermen present the First Readings of a resolution or new board bill and discuss issues raised in these pending bills.
- Lewis E. Reed, President
YouthBuild Puts Young People to Work Building New Homes
An alternative, nationwide community-based education program will help youth learn skilled trades while helping to rebuild local communities.
News/Announcement | St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment | 02/05/2016
Civil Rights Enforcement Agency News
| Civil Rights Enforcement Agency | 02/04/2016
City of St. Louis Civil Rights Enforcement Agency Hosts Fair Housing Conference
Expanding Opportunities and Creating Equity Conference February 5-6, 2016, at Saint Louis University School of Law.
Press release | Civil Rights Enforcement Agency | 02/04/2016
Extreme Cold Temperatures Predicted
Protect Yourself from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Press release | Department of Health | 01/15/2016
Cold Temperatures and Accumulating Snow Predicted
Residents are urged to prepare for an extended period of extreme cold temperatures and the first accumulating snow of the season.
Press release | Department of Health | 01/08/2016
Board of Aldermen Menu
President's Office: (314) 622-4114
Fax: (314) 622-4273
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
1200 Market , City Hall, Room 230
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
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