Board of Public Service (BPS)
The President's Office of the Board of Public Service (BPS) is responsible for all public works and improvements undertaken by the City. The Secretary's Office issues permits on behalf of the Board of Public Service.
Top Requested Pages
- BPS RFQ and RFP Announcements
- Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs St. Louis Infrastructure Bill, Joins Roundtable on Supporting Working Families and Youth with $250 Million from American Rescue Plan
- BPS Online Plan Room
- Check Status of a Case, Permit, or License
- Board of Public Service Members, Agendas and Meetings
Phone: (314) 622-3535
1200 Market St
City Hall, Rm 301
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F
President of the Board of Public Service
Richard T. Bradley, P.E.
President, Board of Public Service
The President of the Board of Public Service (BPS) is responsible for all public works and improvements undertaken by the City. BPS maintains and improves the infrastructure for the benefit of the residential and business communities. Duties includes the design, construction, and supervision of public works projects. BPS has administrative supervision over Facilities Management, Equipment Services, and Soldiers' Memorial operations.
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Offices and Divisions
Board of Public Service Office of the President
The President of the Board of Public Service (BPS) is responsible for all public works and improvements undertaken by the City.
The Construction Division ensures that public works projects for the City of St. Louis are completed in a quality, cost effective, and timely manner.
The Contracts Division is the contracting agency for City public works projects.
The BPS Design Division is responsible for management of the entire design process and preparation of bid documents for all construction projects for the City-owned buildings, bridges, streets, alleys, parks and other facilities. Among those are major regional landmarks such as Forest Park, Eads Bridge, Gateway Transportation Center, the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, St Louis City Hall, St Louis City Justice Center as well as Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department facilities, correctional facilities, 9 recreation centers and 30 fire stations.
Equipment Services Division
The Board of Public Service Equipment Services Division operates garages and refueling sites.
Facilities Management Division
The Board of Public Service Facilities Management Division maintains and repairs buildings, parks, and facilities that are City owned.
Office of the Secretary
The Office of the Secretary manages Board of Public Service meeting materials and issues permits on behalf of the Board.
Planning and Programming Division
The Board of Public Service Planning and Programming Division addresses transportation issues and develops capital improvement projects on property owned and maintained by the City.
Board of Public Service Members, Agendas and Meetings
Find board members, meeting dates, and meeting materials.
BPS Online Plan Room
The Online Plan Room is for consultants and contractors who need detailed information on Requests For Proposals (RFPs) for professional services, and plans for City projects available for bid. Register and be notified of opportunities.
Soldiers Memorial Commission
The Soldiers Memorial Commission meets bi-monthly to discuss and approve plans, events and other topics relating to the Memorial, in accordance with the meeting agendas.
News and Announcements
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs St. Louis Infrastructure Bill, Joins Roundtable on Supporting Working Families and Youth with $250 Million from American Rescue Plan
05/02/2022 - The bill is an $86 million investment in repaving streets, trimming trees, maintaining city recreation centers, providing additional lighting and more
Goodfellow Blvd Traffic Management Enhancement-Phase 4
08/11/2021 - Traffic Management Enhancement of Goodfellow Boulevard-Phase 4
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