Roll Cart Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted to Accommodate Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022
Jan 14, 2022 | Refuse Division The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents with roll carts that the trash collection schedule will be adjusted to accommodate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance on Monday, January 17, 2022.
Comptroller Darlene Green hosts American Red Cross blood drive February 7
Jan 13, 2022 | Office of the Comptroller The office of St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green will host its semiannual community blood drive with the American Red Cross on Monday, February 7, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Room 208 of St. Louis City Hall.
COVID-19 Testing Expanded Through Partnership with Nomi Health
Jan 11, 2022 | Department of Health The COVID-19 testing clinic at 1520 Market will be open Tuesday, January 11, through Thursday, January 13, from 8am-5pm.
Department of Health and Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Announce New COVID-19 Testing Site
Jan 11, 2022 | Department of Health Testing is the best way to know if someone is infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19. Knowing if a person has contracted COVID-19 allows them to isolate to reduce the opportunity of spreading the virus to their family, friends, and the community.
Downtown Engagement and Public Safety Initiative, Business and Community Leaders Outline Progress at Start of New Year
Jan 10, 2022 | Department of Public Safety, Office of the Mayor DEPSI hosted its weekly update recapping the weekend events that occurred Downtown and provided a progress report on the work of the initiative since its inception in September 2021
City of St. Louis, SLDC Joins City Innovation Ecosystems Program
Jan 07, 2022 | St. Louis Development Corporation Commits to reducing barriers to obtaining city contracts for small and minority-led businesses
Expanded COVID-19 Testing in the City of St. Louis
Jan 06, 2022 | Department of Health Additional COVID-19 testing services are now available in the City of St. Louis thanks to two new partnerships developed by the City of St. Louis Department of Health. The new partnerships have been created to help meet the increased demand for COVID-19 testing in the City.
Yard Waste Collection Discontinued During 2020 Winter Months
Jan 03, 2022 | Refuse Division Roll-cart yard waste collection will resume the week of March 2nd, 2022
City of St. Louis Department of Health Urges Residents and Visitors to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Holiday at Home
Dec 30, 2021 | Department of Health Data released today from the Department of Health shows the seven-day average positivity rate has climbed to 24%, the highest the City of St. Louis has seen since the department reported its first positive COVID-19 case on March 16, 2020.
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Appoints Vernon Mitchell as City’s Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer
Dec 29, 2021 | Office of the Mayor Jones announced the appointment of Dr. Vernon Mitchell, Jr., as Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer of the City of St. Louis. Mitchell’s first day will be January 3, 2022.
COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise in the City of St. Louis
Dec 29, 2021 | Department of Health Overall, reported COVID-19 cases by geography reveal widespread transmission by ZIP codes across the city. The 7-day case average has tripled in December, up to more than 150 cases per day.
SLATE Announces a New Year & New Career Hiring Fair
Dec 28, 2021 | St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment The event will present four employers looking to fill immediate openings
- Expanded COVID-19 Testing in the City of St. Louis
- COVID-19 Testing Expanded Through Partnership with Nomi Health
- City of St. Louis Reminds Residents of Christmas Tree Recycling Locations
- Roll Cart Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted to Accommodate Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022
- Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Enacts $135 Million in American Rescue Plan Act Funding, Delivers Aid to St. Louis Families
- City of St. Louis Department of Health Advises Mask Mandate in City is in Effect
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