Proposed Clifton Heights Park Master Plan

The proposed Clifton Heights Park Master Plan will be considered at the December 5, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting

November 8, 2018 | 2 min reading time

Public Notice

The City of St. Louis Planning Commission will conduct a Presentation and Public Hearing on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at 1520 Market St., Suite 2000 to consider the adoption of the Clifton Heights Park Master Plan as a Topical Plan. The purpose of the plan was to provide a vision for Clifton Heights Park in order for users of all ages and abilities to continue to enjoy the park’s amenities now and in the future. The plan area is generally bounded by Interstate 44 to the north and Hampton Avenue to the east. Simpson Avenue completely surrounds the park that includes Clifton Park Lake with an additional portion located south of Simpson Avenue.

View the proposed Clifton Heights Park Master Plan on the City of St. Louis Planning Department website. A copy of the plan and comment forms are also available at the Machecek Library, 6424 Scanlan Ave. St. Louis MO 63139.

Written review comments regarding the Neighborhood Plan will be accepted until Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 5:00 p.m. The Planning Commission will vote on the Adoption (approval) of the Master Plan at its Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 5:30 p.m. meeting. For further information, please contact Connie Tomasula, of PDA, at or (314) 657-3876.

  • Department:
    Planning & Urban Design Agency
    Planning Commission
  • Topic:
    Planning
    Zoning

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