Notice: Comptroller's Office operations during COVID-19

To help limit the transmission of the COVID-19 coronavirus, you are encouraged to communicate inquiries via telephone or e-mail.

November 13, 2020 | 2 min reading time

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(ST. LOUIS—November 13, 2020) The Comptroller’s Office will continue to provide essential services to city departments and constituents during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

To help limit the transmission of COVID-19, office staff may be reduced at this time and some services may not be available in-person. You are encouraged to call ahead for the following services:

  • General Inquiries: Call 314-622-4389.
  • Accounts Payable: Vendors looking for payment of an invoice should contact the department with which they did business directly. Other inquiries call 314-589-6936.
  • Contract Administration & Compliance: Contracts must be logged in Room 212 of City Hall, Monday through Thursday from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Call 314-589-6146 or 314-589-6219.
  • Federal Grants and Financial Reporting: Call 314-589-6936.
  • Finance and Development: Call 314-657-3422.
  • Gateway Transportation Center: Call 314-612-1445.
  • Internal Audit: Messages can be left with the fraud hotline at 314-641-8600 or by e-mail audits@stlouis-mo.gov.
  • Media Relations: Call 314-613-7360.
  • Municipal Garage: Fleet vehicles are available for city business. Staff are making limited interoffice mail runs. Call 314-622-3520.
  • Payroll: Payroll will continue to be processed. For inquiries call 314-622-3516.
  • Real Estate: Call 314-657-3420.
  • Records Retention: Call 314-622-4275.
  • Telecommunications: Servicing existing lines/equipment only. No moves or installs during this time. See the Telephone Service Request Form.
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