Website Technology Standard

Website Technology Standard

The Information  Technology Services Agency (ITSA) establishes the framework that supports the City of St. Louis public Internet presence.  ITSA modifies and upgrades the framework and its standards as necessary.

The standard approved environment used for the City of St. Louis official Internet presence is:

  • The CommonSpot Content Management Solution is the standard resource made available to all City of St. Louis offices, agencies, departments, and quasi-agencies for website hosting.  This resource is provided at no additional cost along with training and technical support.

The official domain name is adopted on April 1, 2011.

The following are environments that provide additional functions that enhance the Official City web presence: 

  • Adobe ColdFusion application server and software is the supported standard solution to host legacy data-driven dynamic applications, that have not been converted for integration with the CommonSpot content management solution.

The official domain name is

  • Application Servers are the supported standard server environment used to host internal web-based business solutions.

The official domain names is

  • GIS Application Servers is the supported standard server environment used to host web-based geographic information systems (GIS) business solutions.  There are two environments that are intertwined. The Portal environment is used to administer map services and mapping applications.  The GIS Server is used to publish map services. 

The official domain name for the GIS server is, and 

The official domain name for the portal is


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