The practice of submitting and voting on resolutions is a typical part of the legislative business. Resolutions are usually for multiple purposes:
- Resolutions express consensus on matters of public policy: lawmakers routinely deliver criticism or support on a broad range of social issues, legal rights, court opinions, and even decisions.
- Resolutions are passed for internal, administrative purposes.
- Courtesy resolutions are created for the purpose of honoring an individual or organization that has made a mark on the history of the City of St. Louis. They are the highest honor any individual or organization can receive from the Board of Aldermen.
In order to request a courtesy resolution from the Board of Aldermen, you must have the following information:
- Name and address of the individual or organization.
- 8 - 10 lines of background on the individual and organization.
- Reason why this person or organization is deserving of this recognition.
Once you have gathered the required information, please submit the form below. You may also call 314-622-4114 and request the resolution by phone.
What to Expect
Courtesy resolution requests must be made at minimum one week prior to pick up. Once resolutions are ready, the requestor will receive a phone call or e-mail with instructions.
If you would like your resolution to be presented by an Alderman or Board of Aldermen President, staff will further coordinate those details with the requestor.
President of the Board of Aldermen
City Hall, Room 232
St. Louis, MO 63103
Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM