Public Safety Department
The Department of Public Safety is the largest municipal government department in the City of St. Louis overseeing the Fire Department, the Metropolitan Police Department, six major divisions, two bureaus, a correctional institution and the city jail.
Public Safety Divisions
The Building Division enforces the City building code, issues building permits, conducts building inspections, demolishes vacant buildings, and enforces zoning ordinances.
City Emergency Management Agency
The City of St. Louis Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), a division of the Department of Public Safety, maintains an ongoing program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
Civilian Oversight Board (COB)
The Board's function is to review and investigate citizen complaints against alleged misconduct of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
Information and links concerning the City Justice Center (City Jail) and the Medium Security Institution (Workhouse)
A division of the Department of Public Safety that oversees all liquor licenses in the City of St. Louis.
Established on Sept. 14, 1857, the St. Louis Fire Department is the second oldest career Fire Department in the United States
Neighborhood Stabilization Team
Neighborhood Stabilization Team for the City of St. Louis home page
Office of Special Events
Information about what you need to do in order to apply for a Special Event Permit, rent the City Hall Rotunda, and other helpful information involving event planning.
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) serves the City of St. Louis.
Pokémon Go and What You Should Know
The newest mobile gaming app is drawing more St. Louis residents into public spaces.
Press release | Neighborhood Stabilization Team | 07/21/2016
City of St. Louis Sees $1 Billion Construction Boom
Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) Increase Among Largest in Past Decade
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Building Division | 07/20/2016
Fireworks Safety this Independence Day
Keep you, your family and pets safe this holiday weekend.
News/Announcement | Department of Public Safety | 07/01/2016
Byron Seymour Retires
Surprise luncheon included a proclamation from Mayor Francis G. Slay
Newsgram | Neighborhood Stabilization Team | 07/01/2016
2016 Fireworks Safety Infographic
Don't let fireworks ruin your 4th of July celebration
Newsgram | Fire Department | 07/01/2016
Quick Reference Contacts
Public Safety Department Menu
Email Department of Public Safety
More Contact Info
Phone: (314) 622-3391
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
1200 Market , Room 401, City Hall
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
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