Mayor's Office

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

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Francis G. Slay 

Francis G. Slay PortraitMayor 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.  

Read the full biography. 

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. 

Learn more about the Mayor's initiatives.

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Residents and visitors of the City of St. Louis are encouraged to use stlouis-mo.gov to learn more about how Mayor Slay is working to improve the City of St. Louis.

Latest News

Bond Issue to go to Voters this August
Residents of the City of St. Louis will be asked to vote on a $180 million General Obligation bond to fund critical capital needs throughout the City.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 05/26/2015

Stl Youth Jobs Summer Employment Program Kicks Off With Job Fair for Youth
Stl Youth Jobs, a youth employment program reaching nearly 1,500 young adults, will kick off its 2015 summer program with a job fair.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 05/13/2015

Mayor Slay Signs Civilian Oversight Board Legislation into Law
Mayor Francis Slay signed the legislation into law today in his office with Alderman Terry Kennedy.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 05/06/2015

Stl Youth Jobs Hires New Executive Director After Nearly Tripling Participation and Increasing Financial Literacy
Stl Youth Jobs, now in its third year, is putting 16-23 year olds to work in the City of St. Louis with the help of public and private investment.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment | 05/04/2015

Initiatives

Learn more about some of Mayor Slay's top initiatives.

Requests

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Contact Information

Phone: (314) 622-3201

Hours:
8 AM - 6 PM
Monday through Friday

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

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

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