Lafayette Square general boundaries are defined as Chouteau Ave. on the North, southward to Dolman St. on the East, westward to Interstate Highway 44 on the South, northward to S. Jefferson on the West to Chouteau Ave.
Public Notice: Proposed Clifton Heights Park Master Plan
The proposed Clifton Heights Park Master Plan will be considered at the December 5, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting
| News/Announcement | 11/08/2018
Revised Standards Lafayette Square HD
The City's Preservation Board will consider revised Standards for Rehabilitation and New Construction in the Lafayette Square Historic District
| News/Announcement | 10/22/2018
Lafayette Square Revised District Standards
New Lafayette Square standards for rehab & new construction to be considered by the Preservation Board at its October 22 meeting.
| News/Announcement | 10/19/2018
Parks in Lafayette Square
Lafayette Park was set aside from the St. Louis Common in 1836 and dedicated in 1851 as one of the first public parks, and by far the largest of its era, in the City of St. Louis, Missouri. It is considered by many historians to be the oldest urban park west of the Mississippi.
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