Ward 01 Alderwoman Sharon Tyus
Ward 1 alderman information, maps, and neighborhoods
New Ward Boundaries and Representation
Representation based on new ward boundaries will begin after the aldermanic general election on April 4, 2023. Learn more about redistricting.
Committees and Bills
Union-Lindell Bridge Reconstruction
| Board of Public Service,Board of Aldermen,Department of Streets,Department of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry,Metro Transit (formerly Bi-State) | 09/07/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, Joined by Members of the Board of Aldermen and Advocates, Signs Bill Creating Reproductive Equity Fund, Strengthening COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Programs
The Fund will support local providers offering postpartum support, lactation help, doula assistance, and access to abortion support.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Board of Aldermen,Department of Health | 07/21/2022
N. Kingshighway Blvd. (Lindell to Dr. MLK) Traffic Study-Seeking Public Comment
| Board of Public Service,Department of Streets,Street Division,Traffic and Lighting Division | 06/23/2022
City Election Board Sets Date for a Special Election to Fill 21st Ward Vacancy
The St. Louis City Election Board voted yesterday to hold a Special Election in Ward 21 on August 2, 2022 to fill vacancy
Press release | Board of Election Commissioners,Board of Aldermen | 06/15/2022
City Election Board Sets Date for a Special Election to Fill 11th Ward Vacancy
The Board voted to hold a Special Election in Ward 11 on July 12, 2022, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Alderwoman Sarah Wood Martin
News/Announcement | Board of Election Commissioners,Board of Aldermen | 05/13/2022
During Small Business Week, Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs Bill Directing $37 Million in American Rescue Plan Funds to North St. Louis Neighborhoods and Commercial Streets
Board Bill 82 directs funds to 11 commercial corridors north of Delmar as well as their surrounding neighborhoods.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Board of Aldermen | 05/05/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs St. Louis Infrastructure Bill, Joins Roundtable on Supporting Working Families and Youth with $250 Million from American Rescue Plan
The bill is an $86 million investment in repaving streets, trimming trees, maintaining city recreation centers, providing additional lighting and more
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Streets,Board of Aldermen,Board of Public Service | 05/02/2022
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