Planning and Urban Design Agency
Planning for the future of the City of St. Louis through effective measures of planning, design review, construction plan approval, code compliance, and housing assistance.
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Planning & Urban Design Agency
What we do
Along with long range planning, the Planning and Urban Design Agency has several regulatory functions. These include serving as staff for the Planning Commission and Preservation Board about specific projects and agenda actions.
Additionally, PDA staff develops and maintains many useful tools for planning and research. These include GeoStLouis, an online mapping tool primarily suited for researching property snapshots; Historic District maps and designations; and the Strategic Land Use Plan of the St. Louis Comprehensive Plan.
Working with other Federal and State agencies, PDA has developed tools for analysis of current Census data and Economic Indicators. The agency has developed a series of downloadable maps available for free to the public.
Sustainability is important to the City, and the Planning and Urban Design Agency has developed a number of initiatives to encourage bicycle paths, urban trails, and other design concepts.
The vision of the Planning and Urban Design Agency (PDA) is to take a leadership role in creating opportunities for the City of St. Louis to continue to grow and sustain our diverse community that gives St. Louis its unique character.
The mission of PDA is to focus on planning for the future of the City of St. Louis through effective measures of planning, design review, construction plan approval, code compliance, and housing assistance.
"The (preparation) (funding) of this project report, map, document, etc., (is) (was) financed (in part) (wholly) through a grant from
the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Community Development Administration under the provision of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974."
Aug 27Preservation Board Monthly Meeting
04:00 PM, Preservation Board
Items of Interest
News, Announcements and Notices
On the Map: Lynch's Slave Pens
Lynch’s Slave Pens were holding places for enslaved men, women, and children before they were sold at slave markets in downtown St. Louis
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Planning & Urban Design Agency | 06/15/2018
On the Map: Rosebud Cafe
A popular spot for St. Louis ragtime musicians at the turn of the twentieth century owned by Tom Turpin.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Planning & Urban Design Agency | 05/15/2018
On the Map: Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing
The third featured place in the On the Map series is the Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing on the Mississippi Greenway along the St. Louis riverfront
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Planning & Urban Design Agency | 04/23/2018
Review of Draft Gravois-Jefferson Historic Neighborhoods Plan
Proposed Adoption of a Neighborhood Plan to be considered at the May 2, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting
News/Announcement | Planning & Urban Design Agency | 04/10/2018
On the map Du-Good Chemical Laboratories and Manufacturers
Did you know South Jefferson was home to important scientific advancement under the leadership of Lincoln Diuguid?
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Planning & Urban Design Agency | 03/21/2018
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Fax: (314) 613-7014
8 AM to 5 PM, Mon - Fri
1520 Market St , Suite 2000
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
SE corner of Market and 15th Street
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