Mayor's Office

Homepage of the City of St. Louis Mayor's Office. Includes links to news, initiatives and mayoral priorities.

Francis G. Slay 

Mayor Slay made history in 2013 as the City of St. Louis' first mayor to be elected to a fourth, four-year term in office. He became the 45th Mayor of the City in 2001 and was re-elected by large margins in 2005, 2009, and 2013.  

Mayor Slay's Priorities Include

  • making neighborhoods safer
  • bringing more and better jobs to St. Louis
  • creating a more sustainable City
  • giving parents the educational options they deserve. 

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Latest News

City of St. Louis Opens Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Press release | Homeless Services,Office of the Mayor | 12/07/2016

City of St. Louis Secures $1 Million Federal Grant to Rapidly Re-house People Experiencing Homelessness
Year-long, Renewable Grant will Serve Up to 150 People
Press release | Homeless Services,Office of the Mayor | 11/29/2016

Project Connect Expands as NGA Construction Enters New Stage
by Will Krueger, Project Connect
Press release | Office of the Mayor,St. Louis Development Corporation | 11/23/2016

SLDC to Receive $75 Million in Federal New Markets Tax Credits
The St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) has been selected to receive $75 million in federal New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC)
Press release | St. Louis Development Corporation,Office of the Mayor | 11/18/2016


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Contact Information

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Phone: (314) 622-3201

8 AM - 6 PM
Monday through Friday

1200 Market , City Hall, Room 200
St. Louis, Missouri 63103

Parking access from Clark Street, 14th street, and Market

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