City Policies, Requirements and Regulations Governing Employment with the City

There are polices on employee residence, nondiscrimination, smoking, and a number of other regulations that govern employment with the City of St. Louis

Administrative and Joint Regulations 

Review administrative and joint regulations pertaining to St. Louis City Employees.

Nondiscrimination Policy 

The City of St. Louis does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, disability, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or retaliation.

Residence Requirement 

Following action from the Missouri State Legislature, the Department of Personnel revised Administrative Regulation No. 114 to remove the residency requirement for City employees effective August 28, 2023.

However, as provided in that regulation, full time employees who occupy "public safety/emergency response positions," must maintain a primary residence within a one-hour response time of their regularly assigned place of work.

Smoke Free Air Act 

Pursuant to Ordinance 68481, the City of St. Louis prohibits smoking in all enclosed facilities within places of employment.

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