A number of fun, informative and exciting events are scheduled for this weekend in
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Below are some of the events coming up in
Botanical Grove Development Groundbreaking
The groundbreaking ceremony for this exciting new project in the 4200 block of McRee at
Fish Fry Season Is In Full Swing
One of the great neighborhood events that make
to be Demolished Delor Bridge
In follow up to recent news stories, just a reminder that MoDOT closed the
- Southbound I-55 – Exit at Broadway and turn left. Turn right on River City Casino Blvd. Continue to
Carondelet Avenueand follow to I-55.
- Northbound I-55 – Exit at Carondelet and turn right. Continue on River City Casino Blvd. Turn left on Broadway and follow to I-55.
Stores Garage Sale St. Louis Museum
Do you enjoy shopping for unique gifts at museum gift shops such as the ones at Campbell House, Eugene Field House,
Are You All Ready?
Last week I reported that the St. Louis Regional Disaster Preparedness Public Awareness Campaign is off and running! I trust you received your "correction" e-mail last Friday with the working link to the website. However, I'm also including it again this week because it is an important link to have. The All Ready? initiative is encouraging all residents of the St. Louis region to be prepared for any emergency by 1) making a plan, 2) having an emergency kit, and 3) being informed. For more information about the campaign, visit http://www.allreadystl.com .
The Department of Public Safety's City Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) provides free emergency alert service through Nixle (http://www.Nixle.com/) . When you register for the service, you will receive our informative and timely text messages on your cell phone and/or as e-mails on your computer. Visit the Nixle website and sign up for the free service today. If you have any comments about the service, please let me know.
Will you be having an event in your neighborhood that we can support? If so, either e-mail the information about it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Cathy Smentkowski at email@example.com .
And remember, if you see something in the neighborhood that just doesn't look right, REPORT IT!
Director of Public Safety
City of St. Louis