All City News

A list of all news articles and press releases published by the City.

2017 St. Louis City Thanksgivings Events
New Murals Greet Passengers at Terminal 2 Baggage Claim
Artists Highlight Missouri River Watershed and Bird’s-eye View of St. Louis
UPDATED: Public Health Information - Park Ave. Warehouse Fire
11/17/17 1:00pm Residents are advised not to handle debris. This includes material which looks like ash or paper which crumbles to dust upon contact.
Assessor's Office Employees
Donations to Hurricane Relief Efforts
City and Partners Roll Out Project To Reduce Building Energy Use
The OLGA Award honors innovative government programs that significantly contribute to the public sector.
‘Workforce STL’ Live Weekly Webcast Highlights Local Employers, Same-Day Interviews, Success Stories
‘Workforce STL’ Live Weekly Webcast Highlights Local Employers, Same-Day Interviews, Success Stories release
SLATE Expands Workforce Wednesdays to Include Thursdays, to Increasing Same-Day Interview Opportunities, Hiring of New Talent
SLATE Expands Workforce Wednesdays to Include Thursdays, to Increasing Same-Day Interview Opportunities, Hiring of New Talent release
Civil Liberties Jobs Program Expands, Increasing Stability, Training, Employment for Unemployed St. Louisans
Civil Liberties Jobs Program Expands, Increasing Stability, Training, Employment for Unemployed St. Louisans release
Statement Regarding Pilot Arrest for Firearm at STL Checkpoint
Statement Regarding Pilot Arrest for Firearm at STL Lambert Airport
Roll Cart Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted to Accommodate Thanksgiving Holiday
The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents that the trash collection schedule for roll carts will be adjusted to accommodate Thanksgiving Day observance on Thursday, November 23, 2017
"What Does The License Collector Do?" by Mavis T. Thompson, Esq.
License Collector Thompson, Esq. on what the office of the License Collector does for the City of St. Louis
Taxpayer Advocate Problem Solving Day - Dec 1, 2017
Comptroller Darlene Green, Washington University and the IRS announce Taxpayer Advocate Problem Solving Day
Monetary Settlement in Employment Discrimination Case
News Release from Civil Rights Enforcement Agency
Statement from Mayor Lyda Krewson on Passage of Proposition P
Mayor Krewson’s Statement on Passage of Proposition P
St. Louis Receives Sustainability Award from Partners for Places
St. Louis Receives $51,250 from The Funders' Network
SLU Gardens to Tables Food Day
This event is one of thousands of Food Day events across the nation that celebrates food and rallies for healthy, affordable, and sustainable agricultural practices around the United States.
Veterans Day Refuse Reminder
Trash collection schedule will be adjusted to accommodate Veterans Day
2017 Missouri Opioid Summit - St. Louis
Regional summit to discuss the opioid epidemic and ways to combat it in Missouri.
Mayor Krewson Appoints Irene Agustin New Director of Human Services
Krewson Appoints Irene Agustin New Director of Human Services
St Louis Awarded a perfect 100 score in the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index
Awarded a perfect 100 score in the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index
Finest 15 partnership between LRA and SLACO neighborhood committee results in first home sale in Walnut Park West
"Finest 15" partnership between LRA and SLACO neighborhood committee results in first home sale in Walnut Park West
Large-Scale Watercolor Paintings Evoke the Elements at STL
Large Scale Watercolor Paintings Evoke the Elements at STL
City of St. Louis YouthBuild Expands Training Options with CSET 2.0 Career Pathways Initiative Award
City of St. Louis YouthBuild Expands Training Options with CSET 2.0 Career Pathways Initiative Award release
Chicago Mayor Emanuel Announces 17 Cities Now Host EPA Climate Change Information
Seventeen Cities Now Host EPA Climate Change Information including St. Louis at https://climatechange.stlouis-mo.gov/
Citizen Advisory Committee to hold public meeting Tuesday October 24th 2017
Citizen Advisory Committee to hold public meeting Tuesday October 24th, 2017
St. Louis Sustainability news
October 2017 - City Of St. Louis Sustainability News
International ShakeOut Day is October 19th 2017
International ShakeOut Day - October 19th 2017
St. Louis is joining the federal Smart Cities Initiative
The City of St. Louis is joining the federal Smart Cities Initiative
Why I Have not Approved the Issuance of Bonds for Scottrade Renovations
We have been cautioned by S&P to not issue more debt for nonessential services without increasing revenues, and financing Scottrade Center renovations would increase our already high debt burden.
Surreal, Space-Themed Art Takes Travelers Into Orbit at STL
Space-Themed Art Takes Travelers Into Orbit at STL
Circuit Judge Jimmie M Edwards New Director of Public Safety
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson Appoints Circuit Judge Jimmie M. Edwards Director of Public Safety
It’s Time for Your Annual Flu Shot - 2017
Influenza (flu) season is here. The season typically begins in October and can run as late as May.
Server Maintenance Tonight From 9 PM to Midnight -- Save Your Work
Some applications on stlouis-mo.gov will not be available between 9 PM and Midnight tonight, 10/12/2017
Lack of Sleep - Health Impacts
A lack of restful sleep can negativity impact your health.
St. Louis Awarded Department of Justice Safe & Thriving Grant
The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded the City of St. Louis’ Youth Violence Prevention Partnership $737,770 for a 3 year Cooperative Agreement as part of its FY 17 Safe and Thriving Communities Grant Program.
Downtown St. Louis Transportation Study 2017
Downtown St Louis Transportation Study
Fitch Upgrades STL Airport’s Revenue Bonds to 'A-' Stable
Ratings Follow 2-year Trend in Passenger Growth and Financial Sustainability
Fitch Upgrades STL Airport’s Revenue Bonds
Fitch Upgrades STL Airport’s Revenue Bonds to 'A-' Stable
Proposals for the Operation of All Concessions at the Boathouse on Post-Dispatch Lake in Forest Park
Proposals for the Operation of All Concessions at the Boathouse in Forest Park
7th Annual Art of Travel Fundraising Gala
Lambert 7th annual Art of Travel fundraising gala
Airport Exhibition Encourages Travel Back in Time
St. Louis Mercantile Library Showcases Steamboats Balloons and Vintage Train Travel
St Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) pledges to Skill up 500 people in 100 Days
St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) announced today an effort to train or certify 500 St. Louis residents in 100 days. The program, called Skill Up STL will begin on October 1 and go through December 30, 2017.
Statement from Comptroller Darlene Green Supporting Board Bill 130, A Solution for Funding Scottrade Center Renovations
The bill introduced this week by Alderwoman Cara Spencer, Board Bill 130, is a common-sense solution for financing the renovations of Scottrade Center.
Mayor Krewson and Chief O'Toole call for independent investigation into Police Department's response to demonstrations
Mayor Krewson and Chief OToole call for independent investigation into Police Department's response to demonstrations
2017 Continuum of Care Application Review
The required documents for the 2017 Continuum of Care (CoC) Application Rank and Review Process are Available for Review.
Rich Bradley on Kenneth Calvert’s “Cornerstones of Courage and Culture” Mural
Statement from Board of Public Service President
Set the PACE St. Louis Closes $10mm PACE Clean-energy Project in Grand Center Arts District
Started in the summer of 2013, Set the PACE St. Louis is a part of the City's award-winning sustainability plan.
Raccoons with Distemper - Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions regarding raccoons and distemper after reports of sick animals in South City
The Ferguson Commission Report is Our Way Forward
by Mayor Lyda Krewson
St. Louis holds an opportunity to lead the way: My thoughts on the last few days
by Lyda Krewson
Update: Mayor Krewson Postpones Town Hall Meetings
Mayor Lyda Krewson postpones remaining Town Hall meetings.
SLATE’s Workforce Wednesdays Offer Same-Day Interviews, Fresh Employment Opportunities for St. Louis Job Seekers
Workforce Wednesdays help our communities obtain immediate access to tools for employment and individual prosperity
Resources Available For Those Feeling Traumatic Stress
Informational Resources For Those Feeling Traumatic Stress
Saturday Update from Mayor Krewson
Mayor Lyda Krewson, on Saturday, offered these thoughts on the protests from Friday night.
Mayor Krewsons statement on verdict
Mayor Krewson's statement on Stockley verdict
SLATE Awarded $4.5 Million Young Adult Reentry Grant through FHI360 Three-City Partnership with Los Angeles, Hartford
SLATE Awarded $4.5 Million Young Adult Reentry Grant through FHI360 Three-City Partnership with Los Angeles, Hartford release
City of St. Louis files lawsuit to challenge April 4, 2017 election result on Proposition NS
The lawsuit asks the court to order the Board of Election Commissioners to certify that the April 4 ballot issue passed.
Mayor Krewson's Shares Some Thoughts About the Upcoming Stockley Verdict
In anticipation of the verdict, Mayor Krewson's Shares Some of her Thoughts.
City and BJC to Open Forest Park Parkway at Kingshighway
City and BJC to Open Forest Park Parkway at Kingshighway Mayor Lyda Krewson will cut the ribbon to mark the grand opening
September is National Preparedness Month
The City of St. Louis Department of Health is joining other public health and safety officials nationwide in reminding residents that everyone can, and should, take action to prepare for natural and man-made emergencies and disasters.
Mayor Krewson Appoints Jamie Wilson
Mayor Krewson appoints Jamie Wilson Director of Department of Streets.
Bond Refunding Saves City of St. Louis $2.1 Million
S&P Global reaffirms city's credit rating, warns that increasing debt service may lower rating
Update: Reverse Job Fair 2017 and Disability Employment Event
The Third Annual Accommodation for Success event includes the first Reverse Job Fair in St. Louis, makes it easier for employers to building a diverse workforce
Southwest Expands Flights to Bay Area
Southwest Expands Flights to Cover Entire Bay Area from STL
3728 Texas Ave
SLDC lot near Cherokee street brings historic building into modern era.
SLATE Awarded $1.1 million YouthBuild Grant
The St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) has been awarded a $1.1 million YouthBuild grant through Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (DOL-ETA).
Adjusted Refuse Collection Fee
Adjusted Refuse Collection Fee approved by the Board of Alderman
St. Louis Lands WOW Air for International Service to Iceland, Europe
International Tourism in St. Louis Will Also See a Boost from New Flights
Trap-Neuter-Return Volunteer Group Traps Cat in Citygarden
“Rally Cat” bite serves as a reminder for rabies vaccinations
Mayor Krewson Appoints New City Supply Commissioner
Mayor Krewson has appointed Pamela Kuehling as City of St. Louis Supply Commissioner.
Mayor Appoints New Passionate Executive Director for SLATE, Dr. Alice Prince
Dr. Alice Prince outlines new policies for empowering the community through employment, education and access to resources
St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green Statement on Lawsuit by Kiel Center Partners
On August 16, 2017, St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green issued the following statement on the lawsuit by Kiel Center Partners
August 21 Solar Eclipse Information and Resources
When, where, and how to safely view the upcoming solar eclipse
St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green Statement on Funding for Scottrade Center Renovations
On August 11, 2017, St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green issued the following statement on funding for Scottrade Center renovations
Mayor Krewson Announces New City Appointees
Mayor Krewson announces four new appointments to serve in her administration.
St. Louis ReCAST Community Voting - August 14-19, 2017
Visit one of St. Louis ReCAST’s participatory budgeting events to vote on how $550,000 will be spent on projects for community well-being in the St. Louis promise zone! Projects will be funded in four areas: mental health, youth engagement, peer support, and violence prevention.
Accommodation for Success Reverse Job Fair Turns Tables for Job Seekers with Disabilities
Third Annual event includes the first Reverse Job Fair in St. Louis
Mayor Krewson's Response To Missouri NAACP's Travel Advisory
Mayor Krewson opposes Senate Bill 43 and all legislation that removes protections from discrimination
STL Airport Commission Approves Permit and Rules for Ride Share Companies
The Commission approved the rules and regulations for TNCs as well as the fee structure for those operations
Progress on Future NGA Site
Progress on Future NGA Site: Kolb Grading LLC Awarded Final Site Preparation Contract Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority Holdings Corporation (LCRAH) is managing site preparation of the 97-acre future site of the National Geospatial-Intelli
Southwest Expanding Service to Cancun and Other Destinations Next Spring
Southwest Airlines has released its spring 2018 schedule which includes a major boost in flights for St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL).
Red Cross Charles Drew Blood Drive Coming to City Hall
The semiannual blood drive, hosted by Comptroller Darlene Green, raises awareness of sickle cell disease.
SLATE Executive Director Elected President of Training and Employment Administrators of Missouri 1
Mr. Holmes to lead membership consisting of Workforce Development Board Executive Directors from the 14 workforce development areas in Missouri
Updated Statement on MSI
Update on access to air conditioning at the Medium Security Institution (MSI) at 7600 North Hall Street
Clemens House Demolition Update
Demolition plans for the Clemens House
City School Crossing Guards Funds Restored, Thanks to Comptroller Darlene Green
St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green announced that she intends to restore funding for school crossing guards using funds from the crime prevention fund she announced earlier this year.
Water Main Break Could Result in Warmer Building Temperatures Downtown
A water main break at 13th and Convention streets has resulted in a drop in water pressure in cooling towers in some downtown buildings.
EPA Air Monitors Detect No Airborne Asbestos Around Clemens House Fire Site
Additional air monitoring stations will continue testing throughout the week.
National Health Center Week - August 14-19, 2017
Please join us as we celebrate St. Louis’ community health centers during National Health Center Week, August 14-19, 2017!
City's Minimum Wage Ordinance Remains Effective and Enforceable until August 28, 2017
Covered employers are obligated under the law to comply with the City's minimum wage rate until at least August 28, 2017.
City of St. Louis Department of Health works with EPA Regarding 1849 Cass Avenue Fire
Environmental Protection Agency assisting with tests for asbestos.
Severe Weather Public Health Protection
Providing the most up to date information regarding current weather conditions, helpful safety tips and links to resources available in the community.
Excessive Heat Warning Issued - July 18-22
Warning replaces previously issued Excessive Heat Watch
Improving Contrast on stlouis-mo.gov
The latest style update makes stlouis-mo.gov more accessible
Carriage Horse Rides To Discontinue During Extreme Heat
If the temperature or heat index value reaches the predicted levels carriage horse operators will be expected to comply with the Health Commissioner’s Order and return horses to their stables.
Heat Advisory - July 10-12, 2017
The Department of Health offers suggestions on how to protect yourself, your family, and your pets during this latest heat advisory.
Progress on Future NGA Site: Minority Union Contractor Awarded Demolition of Shoe Building
Salvaged Brick to be Used on Next NGA West Site
Citizen Advisory Committee to Host Second Public Forum
Media Advisory
Square Offers Internship, Than Hires Youth
Square Offers Internship, Than Hires Youth success story
Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted To Accommodate Independence Day
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. Independence Day observance on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.
City of St. Louis Has Reached a Settlement With the Civil War Museum
Mayor Krewson will be available to answer questions at 11 a.m. today in Room 200 at City Hall.
Citizen Advisory Committee to Host Public Forums
Media Advisory
Mayor's Statement on Today's Court Ruling
Mayor's Statement on Today's Court Ruling on the ownership of and disposition of the Confederate Monument.
Free Gun Locks at City Hall on June 21
Free gun locks will be available at St. Louis City Hall from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. June 21.
Mayor Emanuel Announces 12 Other Cities Join Chicago to Publish EPA Climate Change Information
City of St. Louis publishes https://climatechange.stlouis-mo.gov/
Bond Refinancing Saves St. Louis Lambert International Airport $35 Million
Comptroller Darlene Green announced today that the City of St. Louis saved more than $35 million by refinancing $242 million of outstanding St. Louis Lambert International Airport bonds.
Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Forms for Elected Officials and Directors
The Comptroller's Office invites each department to complete the following forms.
Updated LRA-Owned Property Search Tool is Now Available
Updates to the land bank search tool include a clickable map showing nearby LRA properties, photo galleries, and the ability to select property types.
Mayor Krewson Launches Citywide Initiative to Measure Progress Toward Equity
Equity is a Priority for the City of St. Louis
CDA Receives National Award for its Community Development Week Three Years in a Row
CDA Receives National Award for 2017 Community Development Week
Agencies Boost STL’s Outlook Ahead of Bond Refunding
In advance of a major airport revenue refunding and a new bond sale, two major rating agencies have boosted the outlook for St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL).
The City of St. Louis seeks to foster cultural district and neighborhood revitalization with RFP for Chuck Berry’s home in the Ville.
LCRA is seeking proposals to redevelop 3137 Whittier Street and partner on area-wide revitalization.
Citizen Advisory Committee Announced to Assist Search for City Police Chief
Mayor Lyda Krewson has formed a Citizen Advisory Committee that will help guide the City during the search for a new chief of police.
Sacred Melanesian Wood Carvings on Display at STL Airport
Sago bowls, a wave splitter, spirit board, and crocodile canoe prow are just a few of the intricately carved Melanesian art pieces on exhibition at the Lambert Gallery in St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted To Accommodate Memorial Day
roll cart and yard waste collection schedules will be changed
2017 Summer Food Service Program
Young persons 18 years of age and under can enjoy free breakfast and/or lunch at more than 60 sites within the metropolitan St. Louis area
STL Youth Jobs Receives $297,000 from the Citi Foundation and the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund to Expand Summer Jobs and Financial Literacy
STL Youth Jobs, now in its fifth year of providing jobs to youth, ages 16-24, in the City of St. Louis, receives major commitment to expand summer jobs and financial empowerment.
City of St. Louis Conducts Emergency Evacuation Drills at City Government Buildings
On the morning ofTuesday, May 23, 2017, employees at City Hall and the 1520 Market Street building will participate in emergency drills to test their evacuation procedures.
Mayor Krewson to Hold Press Conference Announcing Expansion of STL Youth Jobs Program
STL Youth Jobs receives $297,000 from Citi Foundation to expand summer jobs and financial literacy
Project Connect Partners Host Construction Industry Opportunities Expo on Site of Future Next NGA West Campus
As part of Project Connect’s continuing effort to pair people with opportunities, its partners in the construction industry are hosting a daylong expo to introduce interested community members to job opportunities.
Southwest Airlines Announces STL as International Gateway
Southwest will begin Cancun, Mexico Service in November
Trash Pick-up Schedule Change for the Memorial Day Holiday
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. Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 29, 2017.
Priority Hiring of Military Veterans at a Regional Hiring Event
Military Veterans and their families will be given priority for interviewing during the first hour of the hiring event
Thanks Received for Internal Audit of Police Overtime Pay
The Internal Audit section of Comptroller Darlene Green's office receives praise for the thoroughness and clarity of the Police Division Overtime Pay Audit
Project Connect Partners to Host Construction Industry Opportunities Expo on Site of Future Next NGA West Campus
The event will be held Monday, May 22, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the former Rhema Church on the future site of the Next NGA West campus at 2233 Cass Ave.
STL Opens Luxe, Hudson, Tech On The Go and Discover St. Louis
With Luxe, Hudson, Tech On The Go and Discover St. Louis passengers have new and expanded shopping options.
St. Louis City Named a Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists
The new designation is an upgrade from the City's previous Bronze Level designation.
Washington University Students Go Digital to Create Airport Sculpture
Installation Nears for Digitally Designed & Fabricated Art in Terminal 2
City nears completion of comprehensive 2017 property reassessment
Notices are expected to be mailed on or around May 10.
Saint Louis Public Schools Students Continue to Combat Obesity With 3rd Annual Flash Mob Dance
This year's Let's Move Flash Mob is scheduled for Friday, May 6, 2017, at Ballpark Village and St. Louis Public Schools. Let's Move is an initiative by former First Lady Michelle Obama to raise a healthier generation of kids.
Airport Commission Approves $240 Million Debt Refunding Plan
The St. Louis Airport Commission gave preliminary approval to major debt refunding deal that could yield millions in savings for St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL).
Safety Tips for Flood Cleanup Workers
The City of St. Louis Department of Health joins the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in reminding citizens that the dangers of flooding don’t end when the rains stops.
MSD Ready for Storms
Offers tips to protect homes and property from heavy rainfall
Comptroller Darlene Green and Reliance Bank ‘Coffee and Credit’ Discussion for Small Business Owners on May 2
Comptroller Darlene Green, the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis and Reliance Bank are sponsoring the session on small business lending as part of Small Business Week.
St. Louis Lambert International Wins Industry Diversity Award
Airport Award is STL’s Second This Year Recognizing Diversity Programs
Comptroller Darlene Green recognizes Week of the Young Child April 2017
Comptroller Darlene Green visits preschool classes at Lexington Elementary during Week of the Young Child, April 27, 2017.
STL Airport Maintains Strong Pace of Passenger Growth in First Quarter of 2017
Total Passenger Activity Increases 10 Percent in March for 19-Month Growth Streak
St. Louis to Participate in Airport Privatization Pilot Program
The Federal Aviation Administration has accepted St. Louis’ preliminary application to participate in the Airport Privatization Pilot Program.
Art Abounds at the Airport with the Opening of New Art Exhibitions
Works from St. Louis’ Local Art Scene Give Pops of Color and Contemplation
STL Expands Its Region-Leading Alternative Fuel Fleet Ahead of Earth Day
Airport Buys Seven New Zero-Emissions Nissan Leaf Sedans to Replace Aging Gas Vehicles
Remarks from Comptroller Darlene Green's 2017 Inauguration
Official remarks from Honorable Darlene Green at the 2017 Inauguration for Comptroller of the City of St. Louis.
Inauguration Day in the City of St. Louis
Mayor-elect Lyda Krewson and City Comptroller Darlene Green will be sworn in to office at Noon in the Rotunda of City Hall. In addition, six new members of the Board of Alderman, and those who were re-elected, will be sworn in during the board meeting in chambers earlier in the day.
Mayor Slay Appoints Board to Oversee Senior Services Fund
Fund Established by Voter Approval of Prop S in November
St. Louis Lambert Loses Commissioner, Former Director Richard Hrabko
Richard Hrabko Instrumental in Airport’s Leadership and Performance Turnaround
3rd Annual Let's Move Flash Mob Scheduled
This year's Let's Move Flash Mob is scheduled for Friday, May 6, 2017, at Ballpark Village and St. Louis Public Schools. Let's Move is an initiative by former First Lady Michelle Obama to raise a healthier generation of kids.
Healthy Food Choices Made A Priority in the City of St. Louis
Mayor Francis G. Slay Signs Executive Order Requiring Healthy Vending Options
Workforce Development Agencies Partnering with BJC HealthCare
Partnership between BJC Healthcare and workforce regions from Missouri and Illinois will connect people with career opportunities
City of St. Louis Honors and Highlights Public Improvements, Housing Developers and More During Community Development Week
More than 25 activities planned throughout the City
First Graduates of 'Workforce High School' to Receive Diplomas; Keynote Address from Mayor Francis Slay
SLATE & SLPS Partnership Aims to Increase Graduation Rates
City of St. Louis Begins Robust Installation Schedule for New LED Street Lights
City of St. Louis Begins Robust Installation Schedule for New LED Street Lights
First Graduation of SLATE Workforce High School at City Hall; Funding for Summer Employment for the Graduates
First Graduation of SLATE Workforce High School at City Hall; Funding for Summer Employment for the Graduates release
U.S. Conference of Mayors Delegation to Visit Cortex, Learn Tools for Establishing a Successful Innovation Hub
Brookings Institution-Project for Public Spaces' Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking to Facilitate Conversations
St. Louis Lambert International to Stage Airfield Emergency Drill
April 8 Emergency Plan Exercise Required by Federal Aviation Administration
City of St. Louis Invites Department of Justice Diagnostic Center to Help Address Youth Gun Violence
The City of St. Louis will begin embarking on recommendations set forth by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Diagnostic Center to address youth-related gun violence by establishing a working group to assess and implement the guidance the City sought.
Mayor Francis Slay: Prop 1 will Propel our City Forward; Capitalize on our Momentum
Following the election results of Proposition 1, City of St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay issued the following statement
Circuit Court Rules City of St. Louis May Enforce Cease and Desist of New Life Evangelistic Center
Circuit Court Rules City of St. Louis May Enforce Cease & Desist of New Life Evangelistic Center
Airport Seeks Local Flavors for New Restaurant in Terminal 2
STL is Accepting Bids from St. Louis Restaurateurs for New Dining Concept
STL Youth Jobs Aims to Employ 800 Young Adults this Summer
Calls upon New Partners to Provide Opportunities
Frontier Airlines Expands STL Service to Denver
Frontier Adds 2nd Daily Flight to DEN Starting in June
MSD Project Clear, City of St. Louis Begin $13.5 Million Program to Demolish Buildings
Hundreds of abandoned, structurally-condemned buildings to be demolished.
City of St. Louis Applies for Federal Aviation Administration Pilot Program
FAA Approval Would Allow Private Investment in St. Louis Lambert International Airport
Alaska Airlines Announces New Service from STL to San Diego
STL Part of Major Growth between San Diego and Midwest
City of St. Louis Winter Outreach Operations in Effect March 14th
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Mayor Slay's Sustainability Action Agenda: Progress Report
Mayor to Provide Update and Announce New Sustainability Programs
City of St. Louis Winter Outreach Operations in Effect March 11th
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Visible Progress Happening on Site of Next NGA West Headquarters
Historic Home Moved; Demolitions Begin
Comptroller Darlene Green Statement Regarding General Obligation Rating from Moody's
The city's strong fiscal management team has implemented a financial strategy to grow its reserves and diversify and increase revenues.
Tornado Drill Planned by the City Emergency Management Agency
A city-wide Tornado Drill is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on Monday, March 6, 2017,
Historic Brick Home to be Relocated to Make Room for Next NGA West Headquarters on the Near North Side
EHM intends to move the home seven-tenths of a mile.
Terminal 1 Gets A Burst of Color in Stormy New Airport Art Exhibition
Local artist Amy Reidel brings an inventive new approach to the art space at St. Louis Lambert International Airport
Tackling Vacancy: St. Louis Land Bank Assessment
Study Offers Recommendations for Implementation
Board of Estimate and Apportionment Approves Establishment of Comptroller’s Citywide Crime Prevention Fund
The fund shall be established using $50,000 from the Office of the Comptroller and other funding from civic leadership in the city of St. Louis.
Board of Estimate and Apportionment Approves Establishment of Comptroller’s Citywide Crime Prevention Fund
The fund shall be established using $50,000 from the Office of the Comptroller and other funding from civic leadership in the city of St. Louis.
Mayor Slay Signs Ordinance to Help Large Building Owners Reduce Energy Bills, Produce Cleaner Air, and Generate Jobs
St. Louis Joins National City Energy Project
SLATE Executive Director Elected To The United Way Board of Directors To Help Serve People In Need
SLATE Executive Director Elected To The United Way Board of Directors To Help Serve People In Need release
24-Hour High School Opens at SLATE
24-Hour High School Opens at SLATE release
Project Connect to Hold Fourth Public Meeting February 21
Community invited to Vashon High School to learn about Project Connect’s progress toward final Action Plan
STL Honors Two TSA Security Officers as Ambassadors of the Year
Mother Praised Officers for Compassionate Care of Adult Autistic Son.
Media Advisory: Red Cross Sickle Cell Awareness Blood Drive, Feb 15
Comptroller holds semiannual Red Cross blood drive in honor of Black History Month
St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green Sponsors Free Tax Preparation Services
For Low-to-Moderate Income Earners, Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
Mayor Slay Nominates New Member for City's Civilian Oversight Board
Mayor Slay has nominated Aaron Banks as the candidate for District Four, representing Wards 7, 8, 9, and 17, following Lawrence Johnson's resignation.
Trash Pick-up Schedule Change for the President's Day Holiday
The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents that the trash & recycling collection schedule for roll carts will be adjusted.
Board of Estimate and Apportionment Fails to Approve Statement Acknowledging the Importance of Safeguarding the City's Credit
Measure would have given the Comptroller discretion to take actions to preserve the city's credit.
Board of Estimate and Apportionment Fails to Approve Statement Acknowledging the Importance of Safeguarding the City's Credit
Measure would have given the Comptroller discretion to take actions to preserve the city's credit.
City of St. Louis Winter Operations in Effect for Friday
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Mayor Slay, Aldermen Send Two Ballot Issues to Voters this April
Economic Development Sales Tax and Funding for Multi-Use Stadium
Comptroller Green to host Red Cross Blood Drive
Office of the Comptroller will host semi-annual blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross
St. Louisans Reminded of Fast-approaching Affordable Care Act Enrollment Deadline
The City of St. Louis is encouraging uninsured residents to take advantage of the enrollment extension for the Affordable Care Act. The January 31, 2017, enrollment deadline is fast approaching. This year, millions of uninsured Americans have incomes that qualify them for reduced monthly costs on high-quality plans.
Mayor Slay Encourages City Residents to Learn about Earned Income Tax Credit before Filing
The EITC is a refundable tax credit for low- to moderate-income working individuals and families.
Traffic at Lambert Airport Grows by 1.2 million Passengers in 2016
New Destinations, More Flights, More Seats Drive Strongest Activity in 8 Years
SLATE Announces a Job Fair for St. Louis Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions
SLATE Announces a Job Fair for St. Louis Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions release
2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Available
The City of St. Louis 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is available, giving the public a closer look at the city’s financial health during fiscal year 2016.
Loop Trolley Parking Restrictions Along Delmar
The Loop Trolley promotes safety and awareness with new safety flyer as trolley testing begins.
Project Connect to Hold Third Public Meeting January 23
Community invited to Vashon High School to learn about Project Connect’s progress, the City’s site preparation for NGA, and NGA’s Partners In Education program
City of St. Louis CLOSED Today Due to Ice Storm
Emergency Operations Center Activated
City of St. Louis Winter Operations in Effect Through Weekend
Emergency Operations Center Activated Ahead of Predicted Ice Storm
Southwest Airlines adds St. Louis to Charleston, SC for Summer 2017 Schedule
Lambert's airlines increasing flights and seat capacity this summer
City of St. Louis Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations in effect for Tonight Through the Weekend January 3 through January 7, 2017
The City of St. Louis is launching winter emergency outreach and shelter in the New Year
Volunteers Needed for 2017 Point in Time Homeless Count
Joint news release from St. Louis City and County Continuums of Care
Kingshighway Bridge Progress Continues; Partial Opening Scheduled for April 2017
Four lanes of Kingshighway open by May 2017; Full opening targeted for July 2017
Recycle Christmas Trees at Three City Parks
Forest Park, O'Fallon Park, Carondelet Park Accepting Bare Christmas Trees until Friday, January 13, 2017
City of St. Louis Continues Progress on Next NGA West Campus with Issuance of Requests for Bids and Proposals for Site Preparation
Progress Continues on Next NGA West Campus with Issuance of Requests for Bids and Proposals for Site Preparation
Innovative Artisan Pizzeria, Pizza Studio, Opens First Airport Location at Lambert
HMSHost, who is adapting the restaurant concept for Lambert, says the chain’s value, quality, speed of service and brand makes it ideal for an airport setting.
Freezing Conditions Again Prompt City of St. Louis Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2016 Holiday Card Design Contest
Fifth-grade student Issac Bierman from Woerner Elementary School submitted the winning design, which will be used as Mayor and Mrs. Slay's 2016 holiday e-cards.
City of St. Louis Wins $29.5M Choice Neighborhoods Grant
Local Partners contribute $2.2B in Leverage to Transform Near North Side Neighborhoods
Treasurer’s Office Saves City Millions by Refinancing Parking Debt
Savings to Occur Over 15 Year Period
Mayor Slay Welcomes HUD Secretary Julian Castro to St. Louis
City of St. Louis is a Choice Neighborhoods Grant Finalist. Near North Side Neighborhoods Eligible for $30M in Improvements.
Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations - City of St. Louis
Information on weather conditions and increased outreach.
City of St. Louis Opens Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
SLATE Receives $1 Million Job Training Grant To Help Train St. Louis Workers For High Growth Industries
SLATE Receives $1 Million Job Training Grant To Help Train St. Louis Workers For High Growth Industries release
City of St. Louis Closes Sale of Series 2016A General Obligation Bonds
Proceeds from the issue are supporting the purchase of firefighting equipment and other essential capital projects.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2016 Holiday Events Edition
Newsletter containing information about upcoming fun, exciting events in St. Louis this holiday season
City of St. Louis Secures $1 Million Federal Grant to Rapidly Re-house People Experiencing Homelessness
Year-long, Renewable Grant will Serve Up to 150 People
Project Connect Expands as NGA Construction Enters New Stage
by Will Krueger, Project Connect
Free HIV Screenings for World AIDS Day
Get tested at selected locations November 29 though December 1st.
Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Kicks Off Today at Lambert
For the Next Ten Days Passenger Numbers Expected to Soar More Than Eight Percent Over Last Year.
SLDC to Receive $75 Million in Federal New Markets Tax Credits
The St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) has been selected to receive $75 million in federal New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC).
Lambert’s Role in American Aviation History Comes to Life in New Exhibition
Photo Exhibit Showcases Decades of Lambert History Based on New Missouri History Museum Press Book
America Recycles Day—November 15th!
St. Louis City Recycles presents "America Recycles Day" on Tuesday, November 15th. Join St. Louis City in taking the pledge to recycle and get your very own in-home recycling bin for $1!
Mayor Slay Announces 2016 Holiday Card Contest
St. Louis children invited to submit a design to be used on Mayor’s holiday cards
SLATE Celebrates National Apprenticeship Week, November 14-20, 2016
SLATE Celebrates National Apprenticeship Week, November 14-20, 2016 release
Free Firewood for City of St. Louis Residents
Pickup Available at Three Locations
Project Connect Hosts Resource Fair for Residents Living Near Future Site of NGA
Highlights Service Providers and City Services
New Exhibitions at Lambert Showcase Jazz, Landscapes and Organic Imagery
Two of the three artists showcased are based in St. Louis, and one collection features a prominent local press.
Mayor Francis Slay Welcomes Federal Transit Administration to St. Louis for Tour of Proposed North/South MetroLink Alignment
The top administrator for the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is coming to the City of St. Louis to tour the proposed North/South MetroLink alignment.
Canine Distemper
Source: American Veterinary Medical Association
Mayor Francis Slay Initiates Racial Equity Training for City Employees
Focusing City Budgets, Policies Through Racial Equity Lens
Strong Passenger Traffic at Lambert Pushes More Growth in 3rd Quarter
Total Passenger Count has Increased More Than Nine Percent through September of 2016
Comptroller Darlene Green Saves City of St. Louis $10 Million by Refinancing Bonds
With lower interest rates and favorable market conditions in fiscal year 2016, the city issued $83.7 million in new bonds to retire $93.2 million in outstanding bonds.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Leaders Visit City of St. Louis, a Choice Neighborhoods Grant Finalist
Near North Side Neighborhoods Eligible for $30M in Improvements
PIER Neighborhood Fair in the Bevo Mill Neighborhood
In conjunction with the 2ned annual "Bevo Bark & Boo" Pet Parade.
Lambert Airport Name Change Approved by Board of Aldermen, Mayor
City of St. Louis Will Begin to Use New Name in January 2017
City of St. Louis Department of Health and Saint Louis County Department of Public Health Pledge to Continue Joint Effort to Combat Regional STD Problem
Joint Effort to Combat Regional STD Problem
Healthy Kids Cook-Off Contest
Deadline: November 30, 2016
Airport T1 Parking Garage Entrance Reopens
Height Restriction for Oversized Vehicles Lifted on Air Flight Drive. No More Detour for Drivers.
Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted to Accomodate Veteran's Day
Yard waste and roll cart collection schedules will be changed
City of St. Louis Extends Hours, Takes Court to the Community To Help Clear Warrants -- For Free
New Website Allows Individuals to Check Warrant Status
Tackling Vacancy: City of St. Louis Trains Residents to Use App to Help Keep Vacant Land Data Current
Dutchtown residents are being trained to use a new app designed to collect data and real-time information on vacant buildings and lots.
SLATE Announces Bon Appetit Management Company Recruitment Event
Bon Appetit Management Company recruiting quality personnel for their on-site restaurants at Washington University
Comptroller Green's Statement Regarding S&P Global and Moody's Ratings
In recent months, credit rating agencies have revised their rating criteria and the City of St. Louis will be affected by the changes.
City of St. Louis and Bi-State Win Grant to Study North/South Metrolink Development
A nearly $375,000 grant from the Federal Transit Administration awarded today will allow the City of St. Louis and Bi-State Development to study the development impacts a North/South MetroLink line would have throughout the City.
Comptroller Darlene Green Statement Regarding the GO Bond Rating from Moody’s and S&P Global
St. Louis City’s $25M (GO) general obligation bonds, series 2016A has been rated by both Moody’s and S&P Global rating agencies.
SLATE Part of Multi-City TechHire Coalition
SLATE Part of Multi-City TechHire Coalition release
Lambert Opening Three Service Animal Relief Areas in Secured Areas
Passengers traveling with service animals can access relief areas after checkpoints
"Thank You for The Tickets to the Circus... You Are a True Friend"
Children of St. Louis city employees write Comptroller Darlene Green after attending UniverSoul Circus
City of St. Louis Named Finalist for Choice Neighborhoods Grant
Near North Side Neighborhoods Eligible for $30M in Improvements
Comptroller Darlene Green Announces Low-Interest Loan Program for Home Energy Efficiency Improvements
Green HELP offers City residents affordable loans for qualified improvements
Mayor Slay Appoints Darnetta Clinkscale to the St. Louis Public Schools Special Administrative Board
Mayor Francis Slay is proud to announce that he has appointed Ms. Darnetta Clinkscale to the St. Louis Public Schools (SLPS) Special Administrative Board (SAB).
Downtown Parking Restrictions
Parking restrictions and street closures for upcoming parades, runs, and festivals in Downtown St. Louis.
City of St. Louis Forestry Crews Help Support Veterans Through 'Saluting Branches' Day of Service at Jefferson Barracks
Crews from the City of St. Louis Forestry Division will donate their skills and services to honor the men and women who have fought for our country.
Employers Embrace Hiring of People with Disabilities
The Second Annual Accommodation for Success event addresses issues of employment of people with disabilities
Read FY 2016 Continuum of Care Program Application and Project Priority Listing
By Eddie Roth, Director of Human Services
St. Louis City Honorees Recognized at 2016 Governor’s Conference on Economic Development
Several St. Louis based businesses, individuals and organizations were among those honored.
Lambert Airport Awarded Missouri Governor’s Leader in Energy Award
Award Recognizes Environmental Management System and Multiple Sustainability Projects
Airport Commission Votes to Put St. Louis First in Name
The St. Louis Airport Commission approved a name change for St. Louis’ airport that puts St. Louis in the lead of its name while continuing to honor its legacy founder, Albert Bond Lambert.
City Begins Removal of Trees Infected or Threatened by Emerald Ash Borer
Treatments on More Than 1,000 Large, Healthy Ash Trees Continue.
Airport Unveils “Blue Lady,” an Exclusive Art of Travel Print by Carlos Zamora
A shimmering 1920s beauty with a passion for future flight is a stunning illustration by Carlos Zamora
Project Connect to Hold Second Public Meeting September 26
Meeting at Confluence Academy in Old North St. Louis will inform the public about Project Connect’s progress and provide opportunity to for citizen input
Wonder How St. Louis Homeless Services Projects Are Rated? Read on for info on 2016 process.
by Eddie Roth, Director of Human Services
St. Louis City ends Fiscal Year 2016 with a Surplus
Comptroller Green reports a year-end surplus of 2.4M
Statement from the Treasurer's Office Regarding North-South Metrolink Extension Study
Parking Commission approves $2 million funding for study
Ticket Sales Launch for Fundraising Gala Supporting Airport Art Program
Tickets are now on sale for the Art of Travel gala, Lambert -St. Louis International Airport’s signature event of the year.
New Era for Homeless Services at Biddle Housing Opportunities Center
St. Patrick Center and Peter & Paul Community Services begin agreement with City of St. Louis to enable fresh approach to vexing issue.
Inmates at City Jails to Receive Focused Assistance Reentering Community
Integrated Health Network Promotes Health Among Justice-Involved Young Adults Office of Minority Health's $1.8M RE-LINK Grant Supports Mayor’s PIER Plan
Mayor Slay, in Partnership with 100 Resilient Cities, Appoints Patrick R. Brown as City of St. Louis's First Chief Resilience Officer
The Chief Resilience Officer will lead city-wide efforts to build holistic resilience to the social, physical and economic challenges that are an increasing part of the 21st Century. 100 Resilient Cities – pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation – is dedicated to building resilience in cities around the world – City of St. Louis is a Founding Member of $164M Effort.
Airport to Open Temporary Entrance to T1 Garage Due to Bridge Project
High Clearance Vehicles to Terminal 1 Will Also Encounter Restrictions Beginning July 28, 2016.
Pokémon Go and What You Should Know
One of the newest mobile gaming app is drawing more St. Louis residents into public spaces. Check out these tips from other gamers about how to stay safe.
City of St. Louis Will Go Door-to-Door to Check on Residents During Heat Wave
ST. LOUIS -- Beginning Thursday, the City of St. Louis will spread out in teams across the City to go door-to-door to check on vulnerable neighbors during this extended Heat Warning, which is not slated to expire until 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 23, 2016.
City of St. Louis Sees $1 Billion Construction Boom
Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) Increase Among Largest in Past Decade.
Project Connect Brings Communities, Policy-Makers Together
Officials and neighbors of the future NGA site make a plan for reinvestment and revitalization
City of St. Louis and Residents Continue to Respond to Storm Damage
Tree Debris Disposal Information for City Residents
City Business Open House
Showcasing City Businesses at City Hall
City of St. Louis Welcomes Urban Tree Farmers to Vacant Land
Fresh Coast Capital Begins Planting
Mayor Slay to Visit STL Youth Jobs Worksite to Meet Youth and Employers Who Are Increasing Employment Opportunities
HM DUNN AEROSPACE PROVIDES HIGH-DEMAND STEM CAREER EXPERIENCE TO ST. LOUIS YOUTH
Treasurer Jones to Appear at Democratic National Convention
Treasurer Will Participate on Police Reform and Women and Diversity Panels
Fireworks Safety this Independence Day
Keep you, your family and pets safe this holiday weekend
Letters Alert Eligible Medicare Beneficiaries to Missed Benefits
We Can Help Older Adults Enroll for Benefits at no Charge!
National Night Out is Tuesday, August 1, 2017
National Night Out is Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Neighborhoods must register by Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
Mayor Slay to Sign Bill Allowing 'Good Samaritan' Calls to Prevent Drug Overdose Deaths in the City of St. Louis
Mayor Francis Slay will sign Board Bill 40, or the 'Good Samaritan Law' into City code.
City Begins Treatment and Removal of Thousands of Trees Infected or Threatened by Emerald Ash Borer
The shiny green Emerald Ash Borer is responsible for destroying hundreds of thousands of Ash trees and recently has been discovered in the City of St. Louis.
Heat Advisory Issued: People and Pets - What You Need to Know
The National Weather Service has issued another Heat Advisory for the St. Louis area from 12pm through 9pm, June 22.
RFP and Training Notice 2017 CDBG Funding
Request for Proposals (RFP) and Training Notice 2017 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funding
Comptroller Proposes Crime Prevention Fund
Seeking a regional solution to help crime prevention efforts in the city.
Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted To Accommodate Independence Day July 4, 2016
Yard waste and roll cart collection schedules will be changed
Post Dispatch article Fitch downgrades credit rating
Comptroller responds to credit rating
Spring 2016 Comp Times Newsletter
Spring 2016 Comptroller's Office newsletter
St. Louis American: Earnings tax reauthorization hurt city
In recent months, credit rating agencies have revised their rating criteria, and the City of St. Louis will be affected by the changes. The city has been proactive and commissioned a 10-year financial strategic plan, approved in September 2015 by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment.
Comptroller Green's Statement Regarding Fitch Rating
In recent months, credit rating agencies have revised their rating criteria and the City of St. Louis will be affected by the changes.
Department of Health Cautions Residents about Increased Health Risks During Periods of High Heat
Department of Health cautions residents about increased health risks during periods of high heat
Treasurer Tishaura Jones Testifies at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Hearing in Favor of Payday and Short-Term Lending Reform
Treasurer Jones applauded the CFPB for taking “bold action” on short-term lending
City of St. Louis Announces 2016 Summer Meal Program
School’s Out Café Provides Daily Meals to Thousands of Youth
Explore St. Louis Announces New Apprenticeship Program For Trades at America's Center
Explore St. Louis Announces New Apprenticeship Program For Trades at America's Center release
Governor Nixon “Bans the Box”
Governor Nixon “Bans the Box” announcement
SLATE Part of Statewide HPOG Program
SLATE Part of Statewide HPOG Program article
Record of Decision: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Chooses City of St. Louis Site to Construct $1.75 Billion Facility
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has issued its Record of Decision, declaring the City of St. Louis as the location to build its new NGA West.
Join Mayor Slay in Wearing Orange for National Gun Violence Awareness Day
Civil Courts Building to be Lit Orange; Rally at Art Hill - Campaign Inspired by Chicago Teens' Refusal to Be Silent in Face of Daily Gun Violence.
Mayor Slay Signs Bill Establishing Prescription Drug Monitoring Program in the City of St. Louis
Board Bill 36 establishes a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) within the City of St. Louis
June 2016 - National Gay and Lesbian Pride Month
There have been several significant civil rights events in recent years on the national and local level that have supported LGBTQI communities.
LCRA Selects Developer to Re-Open Bevo Mill
Staff reviewed the submitted proposals and recommended the Schuchard proposal for approval by the LCRA Board of Commissioners.
Health News: PIER Plan 2016 events
Information on City-wide resource events.
City of St. Louis to Hold Industry Forum for Next NGA West Site Prep
Construction Industry can Receive Information about Work on Project, Bonding, Loans, M/WBE Certification, and Other Topics.
City of St. Louis Invites NGA's New Neighbors to Community Meeting
Project Connect Aims to Build Action Plan
Reinvestment Fund and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Name City of St. Louis One of 50 Invest Health Cities
City of St. Louis to join innovative, national program to improve health in low-income neighborhoods
STL Youth Jobs is 'What’s Right With the Region!'
STL Youth Jobs is one of 20 organizations receiving this award, presented at the Sheldon Concert Hall this evening
Community Development Week National Award
City of St. Louis Receives National Award for Community Development Week for 2016
City of St. Louis Launches PIER Plan Neighborhood Events
Free, Family Fun with a Healthy Twist Offered at O'Fallon Park Rec Center
SLATE Part of Statewide HPOG Program, Helping St. Louisans Access Careers in Healthcare Industry
SLATE Part of Statewide HPOG Program, Helping St. Louisans Access Careers in Healthcare Industry release
Parking Restrictions for Annie Malone May Day Parade May 15 2016
Street closures pertaining to this annual family fun event in Downtown St. Louis
Tackling Vacancy: Mow to Own
LRA Land Available to City Property Owners who Promise to Maintain It
Mayor Slay Launches St. Louis Riverfront Butterfly Byway with Support from GRO1000 Garden and Greenspace Program
New monarch garden will increase habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators
Mayor Slay Highlights Benefits of North St. Louis Site for NGA West
Final Day for Public Comments on Environmental Impact Statement
STL Youth Jobs Receives $310,000 From the Citi Foundation and The Cities For Financial Empowerment Fund To Expand Summer Jobs And Financial Literacy
This summer's funding will support more than 120 jobs for youths in St. Louis as well as enhance the STL Youth Jobs financial empowerment work
Parking Restrictions beginning April 30 for Relay for Life
Information about street closures in relation to this annual event
Summer 2016 Notice of Funding Availability
St. Louis City Housing Notice of Funding Availability Summer 2016
Lambert Passenger Traffic Surges Ten Percent in First Quarter of 2016
New Flights and Gates Added to Accommodate Growing Passenger Numbers
STL Youth Jobs Receives $310,000 from Citi Foundation
Funds Expand Summer Jobs and Financial Literacy
Lambert Exhibit Highlights Boone and American Frontier History
Footsteps on the American Frontier: Daniel Boone and Westward Expansion Opens at The Lambert Gallery
City of St. Louis Requests Proposals for Facility Manager for New Service Center Under Construction for People who are Homeless
Biddle House to Provide Overnight Shelter and Wrap-around Services
Celebrating Citygarden and South Grand Boulevard as Great Places in Missouri
The Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association has designated both Citygarden and South Grand Boulevard as Great Places in Missouri.
Young Entrepreneurs Forum
The License Collector's Office is hosting a Young Entrepreneurs Forum
Two Journeys To New Careers In Construction
Two Journeys To New Careers In Construction story
Southwest Airlines Expands at Lambert Ahead of More New Flights
Des Moines and Wichita Service Set to Begin as Southwest Adds Two New Gates
Community Visioning Workshop for Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Join us during this four-day open forum workshop visioning the possibilities for Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Comptroller Recognized for Role in Success of Prop F
Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson thanks Comptroller Darlene Green for championing Prof F on behalf of the Fire Department.
City of St. Louis Voters Overwhelmingly Support Retaining  Critical Earnings Tax to Continue City Services
Mayor Slay Issues Statement on Yes on E
NGA Will Remain In St. Louis. What's Next?
A series of events will now occur to prepare for NGA’s relocation to north St. Louis
NGA Declares City of St. Louis Preferred Site for New $1.75 Billion Facility
The NGA is expected to begin building a $1.75 billion facility in 2017 to move its 3,100 employees
A Yes on Proposition F Means Fire Trucks
St. Louis city voters are being asked to approve a $25 million general obligation (GO) bond, Proposition F.
Enrollment for Free Summer Camps for City Kids Opens Friday, April 1, 2016
Free Summer Camps for City Youth Ages 5-18
City of St. Louis Honors and Highlights Youth Programs, Home Repair and More During Community Development Week
Bus Tour Showcases New Improvement Projects
The City of St. Louis Announces Recent Membership into the Cities for Financial Empowerment Coalition
The City of St. Louis was selected to join the Cities for Financial Empowerment Coalition
St Louis City Should Vote Yes For Prop E
St. Louisans are being asked to reauthorize the earnings tax, Proposition E (Prop E), on the April 5 ballot.
42 Parcels of Vacant Land to Become Urban Tree Farms
Fresh Coast Capital to announce investment toward the revitalization of urban land into productive green space
New Development Opportunities Take Flight at Airport’s Business Diversity Forum
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport will host the 2016 Business Diversity Forum: Diverse Opportunities to Create New Successes on Friday April 1, 2016. The event is free, and will be held from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Terminal 1 Concourse B.
MEDIA BRIEFING: City of St. Louis Earnings Tax: Separating Fact from Hype
Separating Fact from Hype
Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship To Link Unemployed With Teaching Careers; Help Teachers Earn Wages While They Learn
Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship To Link Unemployed With Teaching Careers; Help Teachers Earn Wages While They Learn release
A Career of Caring for Unemployed Veteran
Helping unemployed veteran get back on track with her life
“Scrollathon” Artwork Gets Extended Stay with Lambert Installation
Artists Collaborate with Community on Saint Louis Art Museum Project
Derelict Buildings Slated for Demolition
City Continues on Dual Path to Find Developer for old St. Mary's Infirmary
Standard & Poor’s Assigns St. Louis City ‘A+’ Credit Rating
The Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, one of the nation’s leading credit rating agencies, assigned its ‘A+’ rating on Feb. 17, to the city’s series 2016 general obligation (GO) refunding bonds.
City of St. Louis to Provide Land to Federal Government at No Cost to Move NGA West Headquarters to North St. Louis
Federal and State leaders joined Mayor Francis Slay to announce the City's ability to deliver a 99-acre site at no cost.
Federal and State Leaders Join Mayor Slay for Major NGA Announcement
On Monday, March 7, 2016, 10am, City Hall
Earnings Tax: Continuing Your Services
Keeping the earnings tax allows the City to continue funding basic services like police, fire, ambulance, street and parks maintenance, and clean water
Lambert Launches Live Spring Music Series This Week
Entertainment Scheduled at the Airport Thursdays and Fridays through May.
City of St. Louis Continues Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations
Increased Outreach and Shelter Beds Available
Lambert Awards Ambassador of the Year, Celebrates Customer Service
Henry Ford, Shuttle Driver with Super Park, Recognized for Returning Money to Passenger.
Set the PACE St. Louis Helps Breathe New Life into Abandoned Buildings
Closes Financing for Two Redevelopment Conversions
YouthBuild Puts Young People to Work Building New Homes
YouthBuild in St. Louis Puts Young People to Work Building New Homes; Energizes Desire to Succeed
City of St. Louis Civil Rights Enforcement Agency Hosts Fair Housing Conference
Expanding Opportunities and Creating Equity Conference February 5-6, 2016, at Saint Louis University School of Law.
Global Entry Enrollment Opens at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
First Global Entry Center in Missouri Processing Applications Three Days per Week.
City of St. Louis Delivers Final Briefing Book to NGA, Federal and State Leaders on Proposed Next NGA West: North St. Louis
The proposed North St. Louis City site has been gaining strong support from national, state, local, and community leaders.
City of St. Louis Opens New Neighborhood-Based Workforce Centers
Connects People to Job Opportunities Where They Live
City of St. Louis Responds in Support of Critical Earnings Tax
The Missouri Senate Ways and Means Committee has passed a bill through to the General Assembly to phase out the 1 percent Earnings Tax.
Safe Water
The City's drinking water is safe. In fact, it far exceeds state and federal regulations.
Critical Earnings Tax to go Before City of St. Louis Voters this April
City voters to decide whether to retain the 1 percent Earnings Tax levied on those who live or work in the City.
Join the 2016 Homeless Count! St. Louis City Continuum of Care Needs Volunteers for 2016 Point in Time Homeless Count
300 volunteers are needed for Thursday, January 28, 2016, from 4-8 a.m.
Sharon Quigley Carpenter's Letter in Response to State Audit Release 2016
In Response to State Audit Release 2016
Extreme Cold Keeps City of St. Louis Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations Running
Winter Operations in effect for the St. Louis Region for Wednesday, January 20, and Thursday, January 21, 2016
City of St. Louis Winter Shelter and Outreach Operations for Tuesday's Inclement Weather
Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the St. Louis Region for Tuesday, January 19, 2016
City of St. Louis Winter Operations for Long Holiday Weekend
Temperatures to plummet single digits by Sunday evening
Extreme Cold Temperatures Predicted
Protect Yourself from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Mayor Slay Statement on Rams Move to Los Angeles
Mayor Slay Issues Statement on NFL's decision.
City of St. Louis Continues Winter Operations Monday, Tuesday Evenings
More freezing temperatures and inclement weather are forecasted this week
Mayor Slay Names Community Leaders to Crime Commission
Commissioners to Review PIER Plan, Develop Recommendations to Reduce Crime.
City of St. Louis Sends Building Inspectors to Help Neighboring Municipality Recover from Flooding
The City of St. Louis is sending building inspectors to Arnold, Missouri this weekend to assist in flood recovery effort
Cold Temperatures and Accumulating Snow Predicted
The City of St. Louis Department of Health is urging residents to prepare for an extended period of extreme cold temperatures and the first accumulating snow of the season
Real ID Update: DHS Sets Enforcement to Begin January 2018
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says enforcement of the Real ID Act at U.S. Airports will now be effective January 22, 2018
No Immediate Changes in ID Enforcement at Lambert, Other Airports
New information from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) clarifies new state ID requirements for passengers.
Frontier Airlines Adds New Service to Atlanta from St. Louis
Frontier Airlines Expands Services at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Flooding Update: Hundreds of Volunteers Fortify River Des Peres Levee
City of St. Louis to Send 1,500 Sandbags to Neighboring Community
Recycle Christmas Trees at Three City of St. Louis Parks
Forest Park, O'Fallon Park, Carondelet Park Accepting Bare Christmas Trees.
Mayor Slay Declares a Weather Emergency
Crews to begin 24-hour floodwall watch. Volunteers needed for sandbagging operation
Treasurer’s Office Designates Parking Holidays
Parking holidays scheduled for Saturday, December 26, 2015, and Saturday, January 2, 2016
City of St. Louis Launches Redesigned Website and Solicits #LouPix
Updates make services easier to find, increase visitor engagement, speed up the site, and modernize the look
Mayor Slay Issues Statement on Board of Aldermen's Action to Approve Financing Package for New NFL Stadium
Mayor Francis Slay to sign the bill on Monday.
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2015 Holiday Card Design Contest
The winner and finalists of Mayor Francis Slay's annual Holiday Card Design Contest were honored today at a reception in City Hall in the Mayor's Office.
Comptroller Votes No on Estimate and Apportionment on Football Stadium Funding
The Comptroller is a huge supporter of the St. Louis Rams remaining in St. Louis, but can't vote "yes" on a funding package that is not fiscally responsible.
Senior and Veterans Discount Booklet for 2015-2016
This is our 2015-2016 Senior and Veterans Discount Booklet listing hundreds of businesses offering discounts.
STLOUIS-MO.GOV Website Outage Planned Between Noon and 5 PM Monday, December 21, 2015. Learn More Here.
The City of St. Louis website will be down for a major website design update on Monday, December 21, 2015 between Noon and 5 pm.
Winter 2015 Comp Times Newsletter
Winter issue of Comptroller's Office newsletter
City of St. Louis Launches Online Partial Payment Plans, Eliminating Need to Come to Court to Pay
Plan makes it easier for people to satisfy their obligations to the law.
City of St. Louis Denies Code Exemptions to Operate Large Homeless Shelter, As Is
The City of St. Louis denies New Life Evangelistic Center (NLEC) exemptions from City Code requirements that apply to homeless shelter operators.
Comptroller Proposes $25M No Tax Increase GO Bond
The Comptroller propose that city leaders ask voters to approve a $25M no tax increase GO bond that would be used to purchase essential equipment for firefighters.
Senior Forum Series: Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft & Consumer Fraud
Identity Theft and Consumer Fraud are on the rise. Seniors, learn the steps you can take to help protect yourself from becoming the next victim.
Mayor Slay Nominates New Candidate to Serve on City's First Civilian Oversight Board
This Friday the Board of Aldermen will introduce Mayor Francis Slay's nomination for the seventh member of the City's newly-established Civilian Oversight Board.
Mayor Slay Announces Early Success of Civil Liberties Jobs Program
Pilot Provides Young People Jobs, Training, and Reduced Court Fines
City of St. Louis Treasurer Announces the Official Launch of College Kids
College Kids provides every kindergartner enrolled in a City public or charter school with a college savings account
Statement from the City of St. Louis Treasurer Regarding the Stadium Proposal
Treasurer Tishaura O. Jones joins state legislators and local elected officials to oppose the current stadium proposal in the City of St. Louis
Mayor Slay Signs Reforms into Law to Make it Easier to do Business in the City of St. Louis
Less red tape and fewer regulatory doors for new business owners in the City of St. Louis.
Comptroller Green Proposes Football Stadium Funding Solutions
Comptroller Darlene Green proposes funding solutions for financing a proposed new riverfront football stadium in St. Louis.
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Nov. 20, 2015
Information on upcoming events in the City of St. Louis
St. Louis City and County Pledge Joint Effort to Combat STD Problem
Press release announcing St. Louis City and County Pledging Joint Efforts to combat STD problem
SLATE Announces Insulators and Asbestos Training School Info Session
SLATE Announces Insulators and Asbestos Training School Info Session release
Read FY 2015 Continuum of Care Program Application and Project Priority Listing
By Eddie Roth, Director of Human Services
Deputy Comptroller John Zakibe Retires
News Announcement of John Zakibe's Retirement
SLATE Missouri Job Center Announces Job Corps Job Fair
SLATE Missouri Job Center Announces Job Corps Job Fair release
City of St. Louis Welcomes U.S. Treasury's myRA®: A New Way to Save for Retirement
myRA is designed to remove many common barriers to saving
Mayor Slay Announces 2015 Holiday Card Contest
St. Louis children invited to submit a design to be used on Mayor’s holiday cards
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Nov. 6, 2015
Information on upcoming events in the City of St. Louis
City of St. Louis to Hire Chief Resilience Officer
Job Opening Closes Next Week
December 31st Deadline for Property Tax Bills
Newsgram item from the Collector of Revenue
Proposed North St. Louis City NGA Site Draws Strong Support from National, State, Local, and Community Leaders
The proposed North St. Louis City site has been gaining strong support from national, state, local, and community leaders.
Updated Statement Regarding New Stadium Funding
All parties involved in negotiating the funding of a new riverfront stadium should keep in the forefront what the terms will mean to city taxpayers and to the city's credit rating.
Mayor Slay and 100 Resilient Cities - Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, Launch ‘Resilient St. Louis’ at Workshop with Key Stakeholders to Begin Blueprint to Build Resilience
Workshop Brings Together Partners from City, Private Sector, Business and Community Groups, and 100RC Staff to Develop City’s “Resilience Strategy”
Mayor Slay and 100 Resilient Cities - Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, Host Kickoff Workshop with Key Stakeholders to Launch ‘Resilient St. Louis’
Workshop Brings Together Partners from City, Private Sector, Business and Community Organizations, and 100RC Staff to Develop City’s “Resilience Strategy”
President Reed, 28 to Life to Host Crowd Funded Gun Buyback Campaign
Effort to Remove Guns from City Streets
Wonder How St. Louis Homeless Services Projects Are Rated? Read On
By Eddie Roth, Director of Human Services
Red Light Safety Camera Ticket Refunds Approved by Court
Follows Missouri Supreme Court Ruling Voiding Safety Camera Law, as Written
Public Safety Portal and PIER Plan
A dynamic report of City initiatives focused on reducing crime and building long-term neighborhood stability.
KPMG To Add 175 IT Positions in St. Louis
Mayor Francis Slay welcomes new jobs to Downtown St. Louis.
SLATE Co-Sponsors 2015 Financial Planning Day
SLATE Co-Sponsors 2015 Financial Planning Day release
Missouri Statewide Sports Authority Is Needed - It is Time for Major-League Thinking
Comptroller Green makes a case for a state-sponsored sports authority.
Mayor Slay, SLDC Honor Area Companies at 2015 Mayor’s Business Celebration Luncheon
Area Companies honored at the 2015 Mayor’s Business Celebration Luncheon.
Comptroller Darlene Green's Statement Regarding Stadium Financial Plan
Comptroller Green Says Stadium Financial Pan "No Touchdown for Taxpayers"
Proposed New Football Stadium Funding Strategy Considerations
Comptroller Green's Considerations on the Proposed New Football Stadium
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Oct. 8, 2015
Sampling of events in St. Louis City the weekend of Oct. 9 - 11, 2015
Comptroller's Statement on the Passing of Ivy Neyland-Pinkston
Deputy Comptroller of Finance and Development, Ivy Neyland Pinkston, passes away after valiantly battling leukemia.
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Oct. 1, 2015
Upcoming events in St. Louis City
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Sept. 24, 2015
Information on just some of the events in the City this weekend
Spotlight on #STL Neighborhood Events - Sept. 18, 2015
Brief listing of events taking place in the City of St. Louis this weekend
College Kids Launches Back to School Campaign
1:1 Fund matches all donations to College Kids up to $500
Comptroller Darlene Green's Official Statement Regarding City Issued Take-Home Vehicle
Comptroller's official statement on breaking with the tradition of take-home vehicles for city elected officials.
City of St. Louis Expands Neighborhood Alliance to Reduce Crime
Better Family Life to Help Deliver Direct Resources
Comptroller Darlene Green's Statement Regarding City Take-Home Vehicle
Comptroller Darlene Green discusses her decision of breaking ties with the long standing tradition of take-home vehicles for elected officials.
New From Prison to Prosperity Initiative Announced
Details about new pilot program at City's Corrections Division
Mosquito Awareness and Prevention Tips
Press Release for Mosquito Awareness and Prevention Tips
Federal Help in Funding STL Police Body Cameras
Comptroller Darlene Green Responds, in a St. Louis American article, about possible federal help in funding STL police body cameras.
Wells Fargo HomeLIFT Program to Help St. Louis Homebuyers
Eligible homebuyers can make an appointment now to reserve $15,000 down payment assistance grant Sept. 25-26 at America’s Center Convention Complex
City of St. Louis Homebuyers to Benefit from $4.75 Million HomeLIFT
Eligible Homebuyers Can Make an Appointment to Reserve $15,000 Down Payment Assistance Grant Sept. 25-26 at America's Center
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 National Preparedness Awareness Month
Weekly newsletter with timely safety tips and info about upcoming events in St. Louis City
Ward Capital Balances
Budget Director Paul Payne Responds to Alderwoman Cara Spencer's Inquiry Regarding Ward Capital Balances.
Financial Dignity Center Opens at City Hall
Add "financial empowerment" to the list of services provided by the City of St. Louis.
Utilizing Ward Capital for Body Camera Funding
Comptroller Green recommends funding allocation for police body camera's
SLHA To Connect Residents Of Clinton Peabody To Jobs; Kick-starts Jobs Plus Pilot Program
SLHA To Connect Residents Of Clinton Peabody To Jobs; Kick-starts Jobs Plus Pilot Program release
Treasurer’s Office Launches the Financial Dignity Center in City Hall
Where citizens are empowered to make better choices with their money
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Preventing Home-Related Injuries
Weekly newsletter offering timely safety tips and information about upcoming events.
City of St. Louis to Host Youth Softball Camp and Exhibition Celebrity Softball Games As Part of Major League Baseball’s “Play Ball” Initiative
Let’s Move! STL will host St. Louis area youth at a softball camp as part of the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) support of Major League Baseball’s “Play Ball” initiative, which focuses on the fun nature of baseball and encourages widespread participation in related activities.
Missouri Supreme Court Deems St. Louis Red Light Safety Camera Ordinance Invalid, as Written
Court Suggests Photographs to Prove Driver Identity
2015 Special Enrollment Period Report – February 23 – June 30, 2015
The next open enrollment period for Marketplace coverage begins on November 1, 2015 for coverage starting on January 1, 2016.
Comptroller Green responds to Credit Rating downgrade
Comptroller Green responds to Credit Rating downgrade
City Leaders Urge Regular School Attendance
More Than 26,000 SLPS Students Return to School on Monday
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Back-to-School Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter offering timely tips and information about upcoming events in #STL City
Mayor Slay Announces Eight New Charter Schools Open This Fall
Surpasses Goal, Increases Number of Quality Education Seats
Women's Foundation And Mayor Francis Slay Announce Appointments Project
Partnership Will Promote St. Louis Women for Local Leadership Positions
City of St. Louis Department of Health Partners with Barbers and Hairstylists to “Fade Out” Sexually Transmitted Infections
Press release regarding City of St. Louis Department of Health Partnering with Barbers and Hairstylists to “Fade Out” Sexually Transmitted Infections
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fraud Awareness Week 2015
Weekly newsletter offering timely tips and information about upcoming events in #STL City
Mayor Slay Nominates Seven Candidates to Serve on City's First Civilian Oversight Board
This citizens board will be responsible for independently receiving and reviewing complaints about the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
SLATE Announces Construction Craft Laborers Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Construction Craft Laborers Training Info Session release
Regional Workforce Collaborative To Hold Disability Regulations Seminar For Employers
Regional Workforce Collaborative To Hold Disability Regulations Seminar For Employers release
SLATE Announces Bricklayers Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Bricklayers Training Info Session release
St. Louis City Court Compliance Month Clears Nearly 1,200 Cases
Court Compliance Month at St. Louis City Municipal Court Clears Nearly 1,200 Cases
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Night Out 2015
Weekly newsletter with information about upcoming events in St. Louis City
Colonel Gray Inducted into NABCJ Wall of Fame
St. Louis Public Safety Director recognized for his work in helping the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice realize its missions.
Comptroller Green Statement on the Proposed G.O. Bond Issue
Position Statement on Proposed G.O. Bond Issue
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Bond Issue on the Ballot August 4th
Weekly newsletter highlighting fun, family-friendly events in St. Louis City
Comptroller Darlene Green agrees with Rep. William Lacy Clay on winning the NGA Relocation Competition
Read Rep. William Lacy Clay's Opinion on stltoday.com
City of St. Louis to Hire First Bike/Pedestrian Coordinator
Now Accepting Applications
Comptroller Green welcomes National Blues Museum Director to St. Louis
Dion Brown takes over as the Executive Director of the National Blues Museum on July 1st
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 National Night Out
Weekly newsletter highlighting special events in the City of St. Louis
City of St. Louis Stripes First Parking-Protected Bike Lane on Chestnut
Connecting Gateway Arch Grounds, City Garden from 4th to 20th Streets
Governor Signs Tax Refund College Savings Account Bill
Governor Signs Bill into Law Allowing Taxpayers to Contribute Income Tax Refund to College Savings Account
City of St. Louis Files Amicus Brief in Missouri Supreme Court
Archdiocese of St. Louis, St. Louis Regional Chamber, SSM Health, and the Demetrious Johnson Foundation Join to Protect Law Enforcement Tools Necessary to Reduce Gun Violence
Residents To Take Precautions For Extreme Heat
The Department of Health encourages residents to take precautions for extreme Heat and provides safety tips and resource information.
MAC to Perform $2.4M Retrofit with Set the PACE St. Louis
Largest in nation among 2015 PACE programs; $200,000 per year in projected savings
Mayor Slay Applauds Two Big Advancements at Board of Aldermen
Mayor Slay Applauds Big Advancements at Board of Aldermen on minimum wage and on National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Comptroller Green announces the City of St. Louis has an operating surplus
Numbers for fiscal year ending June 30, 2015
Mayor Slay Endorses New Proposal to Increase Minimum Wage
Mayor Slay Endorses New Proposal to Increase Minimum Wage. Raises the Wage in the City of St. Louis to $11 by 2020
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 PAL Free Soccer Clinic
Weekly newsletter from the St. Louis Public Safety Director
UPDATE: Kingshighway Viaduct Now Closed for Reconstruction
Detours in Place
Mayor Slay, USDA Celebrate Successful Summer Meal Program
Mayor Slay and USDA Celebrate Successful Summer Meal Program. School’s Out Café Provides Daily Meals to Thousands of Children.
Take Steps to Reduce the Risk of Mosquito Borne Illnesses
Press Release to Take Steps to Reduce the Risk of Mosquito Borne Illnesses
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Don't Let Drunk Driving Ruin Your Celebration
Weekly newsletter with timely safety tips and information about exciting events in St. Louis City.
Kingshighway Viaduct to Close Monday for Reconstruction
Closed for Construction for up to Two Years
SLATE Partners With Hack4Hope To Bring Coding Experience To Underserved Youth
SLATE Partners With Hack4Hope To Bring Coding Experience To Underserved Youth release
St. Louis City Muni Court Extends MO Supreme Court Rule
St. Louis City Municipal Court Extends Missouri Supreme Court Rule, Giving More People a Chance to Fulfill Obligations to the Law. City Continues to Lead on Municipal Court Reforms
Treasurer’s Office Rolls Out Parking Mobile Phone App
Every parking meter in the City of St. Louis will accept payment via a mobile phone app
Summer 2015 Comp Times
department newsletter
Mayor Francis Slay Issues Statement on Historic Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality
Mayor Francis Slay Issues Statement on Historic Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality: Obergefell v. Hodges
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Leave Fireworks to the Professionals
Weekly newsletter offering timely safety tips and info about upcoming #STL City events
Gov. Nixon signs bill designed to keep NGA in St. Louis
MO Governor signs bill designed to keep NGA in St. Louis
Container-on-Vessel Program for Mississippi River
Mayor Francis Slay receives certificate of designation from Maritime Administrator Paul Jaenichen
2015 Bridge Birthday Bash and Bicycle Ride
Celebrate the 86th birthday of the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge
Mayor Slay Applauds Governor Nixon's Support to Retain NGA
Signing of House Bill Provides New Incentive
DOH Cautions Residents about Increased Health Risks during Heat Advisory
Press Release: DOH Cautions Residents about Increased Health Risks during Heat Advisory
RFP Notice for 2016 CDBG Funding
City of St. Louis Request for Proposals (RFP) Notice for 2016 Community Development Block Grant Funding.
Q in the Lou
Information about new world-class barbecue festival planned for Sept. 25-27, 2015 in Downtown St. Louis
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Lightning Safety Awareness Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely safety tips and info about upcoming #STL City events
2015 Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure
Thousands of people packed Downtown St. Louis for the 2015 Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
St. Louis Receives $45 Million in Federal New Markets Tax Credits
Funds will help create jobs, provide small business capital and strengthen neighborhoods
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Safety Outreach Summer Camp for Kids
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director
Mayor Slay Announces 2015 Summer Meal Program
School’s Out Café Provides Free Daily Meals to Thousands of St. Louis Children
Effective 6.5.2015: Bill Establishing Civilian Oversight Board
A board bill signed by Mayor Francis Slay to establish a Civilian Oversight Board in the City of St. Louis becomes effective as law.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 National Safety Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely tips as well as information about upcoming events in St. Louis City
Mayor Slay's Office of Diversity/Inclusion Hosts Leadership Symposium
“Investing in the Potential and Sharing the Values of Community Leadership”
City of St. Louis Celebrates 'Building Union Diversity' Graduating Class; Launches Website to Connect Jobseekers to Construction Jobs
City of St. Louis Celebrates 'Building Union Diversity' Graduating Class; Launches Website to Connect Jobseekers to Construction Jobs release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Building Safety Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely tips and information about upcoming neighborhood events.
Bond Issue to go to Voters this August
Residents of the City of St. Louis will be asked to vote on a $180 million General Obligation bond to fund critical capital needs throughout the City.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Safety Tips for the Memorial Day Weekend
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely safety tips and information about upcoming events in St. Louis City
National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2015
News Release for National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2015
Lambert Expands Parking to Meet Demand at Terminal 2
Super Park Lot E is a short walk to Terminal 2
Lambert Makes New Non-Stop Connection to West Coast, Orange County
Southwest Airlines Will Launch Daily Service to John Wayne Airport in November
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Police Week 2015
Weekly newsletter offering public safety tips and information about upcoming events in #STL City
Stl Youth Jobs Summer Employment Program Kicks Off With Job Fair for Youth
Stl Youth Jobs, a youth employment program reaching nearly 1,500 young adults, will kick off its 2015 summer program with a job fair.
Kingshighway Viaduct to Close for Reconstruction
Detour Signs to be Installed in Coming Weeks
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Mother's Day Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely safety tips as well as information about upcoming events in St. Louis City
SLATE Announces Return of the Micro Enterprise Competition For Small Business Owners
SLATE Announces Return of the Micro Enterprise Competition For Small Business Owners release
Online Employment Application May 2015 Changes
Updated Online Employment Application Goes Live on May 6, 2015
St. Louis Airport Commission Approves Transformational Air Cargo Project
Majority of Original McDonnell Douglas Complex to be Demolished for New Air Cargo Terminal
Mayor Slay Signs Civilian Oversight Board Legislation into Law
Mayor Francis Slay, a co-sponsor of Board Bill 208 to establish a Civilian Oversight Board in the City of St. Louis, signed the legislation into law in his office with Alderman Terry Kennedy.
Health Department Releases Report on Obesity in the City of St. Louis
The Department of Health is releasing a report on obesity rates in the City of St. Louis with data gathered from state driver’s license records.
Lambert Expands Art Program with New Bronze Sculpture Installations
Works of Charles Arnoldi and Isaac Witkin on Loan from Laumeier Sculpture Park
Stl Youth Jobs Hires New Executive Director After Nearly Tripling Participation and Increasing Financial Literacy
Stl Youth Jobs, now in its third year, is putting 16-23 year olds to work in the City of St. Louis with the help of public and private investment.
City of St. Louis, Local SBA Office to Boost Entrepreneurship to Immigrant
Agreement signed to Boost Entrepreneurship to Immigrant
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Small Business Week of Eastern Missouri
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering tips and information about events in #STL City.
City youth to benefit from $5 million federal grant for workplace training
Funds will be used to help job seekers find employment and job training
STL Youth Jobs Launch for 2015
STL Youth Jobs Launch
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely safety tips as well as information about special events in St. Louis City
Frankie Freeman Receives Star on Walk of Fame
Frankie Freeman Receives Star on St. Louis Walk of Fame
Mayor Slay Signs New Executive Order on Earth Day to Increase Sustainability Measures
Mayor Francis Slay has signed Executive Order No. 52, which increases sustainability measures both within City government and at City-permitted events.
Mayor Slay Issues Statement on Passage of Civilian Oversight Board Legislation
Mayor Francis Slay will sign the legislation into law during a bill signing ceremony on May 5, 2015.
City of St. Louis Wins YouthBuild Grant to Put Young People to Work Building New Homes
Young adults in the City of St. Louis will learn job skills and get paid while helping to construct new, affordable housing for low-income families through the YouthBuild program.
Animal Cruelty Task Force Pursues Felony and Misdemeanor Animal Abuse Charges
Robert Taylor of the 2100 block of Keokuk Street today has been charged with felony and misdemeanor animal abuse for killing one dog and injuring another.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 National Crime Victims' Rights Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director providing timely public safety info and details about upcoming special events.
E & A PUBLIC HEARING TIME CORRECTION
Public Hearing will be held on Friday, April 17th at 1:00 PM
Comptroller statement on the appointment of a new Missouri State Auditor
Comptroller statement on the appointment of a new Missouri State Auditor
Celebrate 135 Miles of Street Routes for Bicycles in The City of St. Louis with Free Tune-Ups and Rides on April 25
Great Rivers Greenway and the City of St. Louis Finish Phase III of Bike St. Louis
SLATE Announces SCI Engineering Recruitment Event
SLATE Announces SCI Engineering Recruitment Event release
SLATE Announces Cement Masons Apprenticeship Info Session
SLATE Announces Cement Masons Apprenticeship Info Session release
Opening Day Parking
Official Statement on Opening Day Parking
SLATE To Conduct Recruitment for Hospitality Positions
SLATE To Conduct Recruitment for Hospitality Positions release
Media Advisory: Show Me You Can Quit
Media Advisory for Show Me You Can Quit
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Recognizing Public Safety Dispatchers and Telecommunicators
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering safety tips and info about upcoming neighborhood events
St. Louis and Mexico Advance Effort for International Cargo Partnership
St. Louis Mayor Leads Delegation to Promote International Cargo through Lambert Airport
City of St. Louis Highlights Youth Programs, Home Repair and More During Community Development Week
Bus Tour Showcases New Improvement Projects
St. Louis City, County and Health Advocates Unite to Fight Smoking
Press Release for St. Louis City, County and Health Advocates Unite to Fight Smoking
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Easter Pets
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering safety tips and info on upcoming events in St. Louis City
National Walking Day
Press Release for National Walking Day
Mayor Slay Appoints Melba Moore Acting Health Director as Pam Walker Retires from City Government
Over the eight years that Pam Walker has served as Mayor Francis Slay's Health Director, alongside Health Commissioner Melba Moore, the leading indicators of health have improved across the board in the City of St. Louis:
Treasurer’s Office to Conduct Bike Rack Pilot
Bike Rack Pilot Press Release
Drivers Encouraged to Report Potholes for Repair
Call, Tweet, Email the Citizens' Service Bureau
Lambert Airport to Hold First Ever Job Fair to Fill Dozens of Vacancies
April 9, 2015 Event Will Also Highlight Other City of St. Louis Jobs and How to Apply
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Heroism Award Nominations
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlight providing safety information and details about upcoming neighborhood events
SLATE Enrolls Construction Apprentices In STL Union Trades
SLATE Enrolls Construction Apprentices In STL Union Trades release
Lambert Airport Expands Space Rental Options for Business and Social Events
Weddings at the airport? Absolutely.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Youth Violence Prevention
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director conveying safety tips along with information about upcoming events in #STL City.
SLATE To Conduct Workshop For Entrepreneurs On Third Party Contracts and Leases March 2015
SLATE To Conduct Workshop For Entrepreneurs On Third Party Contracts and Leases March 2015 release
Spring 2015 Comp Times
department newsletter
Make New Business Connections at the Airport’s Business Diversity Forum
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is holding a Business Diversity Forum on March 27
City of St. Louis Selected to Leadership Institute's Best Practices on Tackling Vacant and Problem Properties
A team focusing on urban land use and redevelopment will represent the City of St. Louis at the Community Progress Leadership Institute (CPLI) at Harvard University Law School.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Inhalant Abuse Prevention
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director sharing safety tips on timely topics and information on upcoming events in St. Louis City.
Celebrating Women's History Month: Protesters Matter
by Comptroller Darlene Green. Celebrating women who march, protest and take a stand
2015 Community Development Week (April 6-10, 2015)
Sponsored by Commerce Bank and Enterprise Holdings.
Update: Can't Come to Court? St. Louis City Municipal Court Comes to You
Compliance Week Extended Two Days
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Severe Weather Awareness Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director offering timely safety tips and information about fun events taking place in St. Louis
City of St. Louis Gives Hiring Preference to Veterans
The law gives military veterans extra points on employment applications with the City of St. Louis.
Red Cross Charles Drew Blood Drive
Semi-annual blood drive is held to help encourage African American donors to give blood.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2015 Poison Prevention Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Volunteers with NABA Provide Free Income Tax Preparation
Volunteers with the National Association of Black Accountants provide free income tax preparation and filing to residents.
Comptroller Green reacts to the death of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich
City of St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green's statement, following the untimely death of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich
Mayor Slay Pledges Full Support of Effort to Retain NGA
Sen. Ron Richard’s Bill Provides New Incentive
City of St. Louis Bolsters Complete Streets Policy
Also Accepts USDOT's Mayor's Challenge
Mayor Slay Appoints Steve Runde as Director of Department of Streets
Mayor Francis Slay has appointed Steve Runde as the new Director of the Department of Streets.
SLATE Announces Spring Recruitment for the Tenants of Ballpark Village
SLATE Announces Spring Recruitment for the Tenants of Ballpark Village release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Now Accepting Applications for Probationary Fire Private Position
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
MDNR to Clean Up Gas Station for New Charter School
Missouri Department of Natural Resources to Clean Up Gas Station for New Charter School
SLATE Releases 2015 Dates for Legal Assistance Sessions for Entrepreneurs
SLATE Releases 2015 Dates for Legal Assistance Sessions for Entrepreneurs release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy 251st, St. Louis!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Lambert Honors TSA Security Officer as Ambassador of the Year
Dorothy Lathrop is among dozens of airport employees nominated for great customer service in 2014
High Measles Vaccination Rates for Children in the City of St. Louis
Press release relating to vaccination rates for measles
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Community Mediation Services
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Union, Non-profit Team Up to Create “Industrial Athletes” for Diverse Workforce
Mayor Francis Slay will join Demetrious Johnson and members of IUPAT Painters District Council 58 in support of a program to train local minority candidates for a good job.
Missouri Supreme Court Affirms City of St. Louis Firefighter Pension Reform
Today's affirmation finalizes all state court proceedings.
Second Annual Financial Empowerment and Job Fair
Treasurer’s Office Invites Community to the Second Annual Financial Empowerment and Job Fair
Why Vaccines are Important
A Message from the Health Director--Why Vaccines are Important
SLATE Executive Director Elected to the USCM WDC 2015 Board of Trustees
SLATE Executive Director Elected to the USCM WDC 2015 Board of Trustees release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Ownership Model
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Put a Freeze on Winter Fires
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Plan Unveiled to Add More Police, More Crime Prevention, Better Training
The City's budget director today outlined a plan to pay for more police officers, invest more in programs to prevent crime, and to increase community police training.
Standard and Poor's Gives A Rating To Upcoming Bond Transaction
Standard and Poor's Rating Services has given an "A" rating to $22,830,000 in Convention Center Refunding and Improvement Projects Bonds.
Free Income Tax Preparation for St. Louis residents
Free Income Tax Preparation for St. Louis residents
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Free Tax Preparation Assistance
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to both St. Louisans and visitors alike
Make Small Changes for Better Health
Announcing the City of St. Louis Department of Health’s 2015 Small Changes for Health free 10 week program.
Mayor Slay Names Mary Ellen Ponder Chief of Staff as Jeff Rainford Announces His Return to the Private Sector
Mayor Francis Slay today announced a series of staff changes:
Kitten Recovers from Injury after Seeking Warmth in Car Engine
A kitten has recovered from injuries sustained after seeking warmth from a car engine, and is now available for adoption.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy 2015!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Slay Appoints Greg Hayes Director of Parks, Recreation, & Forestry as Gary Bess Announces Retirement After 40 Years of Public Service
Hayes, former Forestry Commissioner, replaces Gary Bess, who retired on December 31, 2014.
Winter 2014 Comp Times
department newsletter
SLATE Announces SCI Engineering Info Session and Recruitment Event
SLATE Announces SCI Engineering Info Session and Recruitment Event release
A Look Back at 2014 and Ferguson
Comptroller's editorial on Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, MO
International Institute Location Change
The International Institute is moving, please see the following information regarding the new location.
Media Advisory--Good 4 U
Media advisory for a viewing of the latest episode of Good 4 U!, a healthy eating show that features Murphy Lee and KyJuan of the St. Lunatics.
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2014 Holiday Card Design Contest
The winner and finalists of Mayor Francis Slay's annual Holiday Card Design Contest were honored at a reception in City Hall in the Mayor's Office.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Be Fire Smart This Holiday Season
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
City of St. Louis Municipal Court Adopts New Rule
Making it More Fair and Just for Violators to Settle Fines
REMINDER: Traffic Offenders Have Until the End of the Month to Reschedule New Court Dates Before Going Back into Warrant Status
Court to Extend Hours to Accommodate More People
Mystery Artist Behind Creations in Philadelphia Wireman Exhibit at Lambert
The exhibit features 20 intricate wire sculptures from the collections of two galleries.
Mayor Slay Appoints Eddie Roth Director of Human Services
Mayor Francis Slay has appointed Eddie Roth, his deputy chief of staff, as the new director of the Department of Human Services.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Preventing Winter Fires
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Older Driver Safety Awareness Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
New Exhibition at Lambert Airport Explores Many Forms of Fiber Art
3D Fiber Explorations, at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Compromise Reached on Civilian Oversight of Police Department
Bill be introduced Friday on Compromise Reached on Civilian Oversight of Police Department
City of St. Louis Human Services Director Bill Siedhoff To Retire After 13 Years of Public Service
Long-time Human Services Director Bill Siedhoff retires on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Comptroller Green reacts to Grand Jury's decision in Michael Brown shooting
City of St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green's statement, following the grand jury's decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown
Server Maintenance Tonight From 10 - 11:30 pm -- Save Your Work
Websites and applications on stlouis-mo.gov will go down between 10 PM and 11:30 PM tonight, 11/20/2014
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Winter Weather Awareness
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Slay and Comptroller Green Announce $4.6 Million in New Funding Opportunities for Home Repairs
Mayor Slay has directed the Affordable Housing Commission (AHC) to set aside $1 million in additional funding to invest into home repair programs
Treasurer’s Office Begins Offering Smartphone App for Parking Meters
Parkmobile is Part of Effort to Modernize City’s Parking Operation
Update: Parking Commission Approves Modest Price Increases
Preliminary Study Results Suggest Modest Price Increases
SLATE To Conduct Workshop For Entrepreneurs On Third Party Contracts and Leases
SLATE To Conduct Workshop For entrepreneurs On Third Party Contracts and Leases release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Recognizing America's Small Businesses
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Salute to Veterans
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Slay Announces Partnership to Recruit, Train and Hire More African-American Police Officers
The Slay Administration is entering into an agreement with the Ethical Society of Police (ESOP)
City of St. Louis Earns Grant to Continue Lead Remediation
HUD funding will help make low-income housing safer and healthier for children and families
Mayor Slay Announces 2014 Holiday Card Contest
St. Louis children invited to submit a design to be used on Mayor’s holiday cards
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery Campaign
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director highlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Server Maintenance Tonight From 6 - 9 PM -- Save Your Work
Websites and applications on stlouis-mo.gov will go down between 6 PM and 9 PM tonight, 10/24/2014
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Emergency Preparedness Makes Sense
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
SLATE Seeks Women, African Americans, Other Minorities for Construction Projects with MSD
SLATE Seeks Women, African Americans, Other Minorities for Construction Projects with MSD release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Halloween Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
The City of St. Louis & CWE Neighborhood honored by The Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association
Recognized for Sustainability and named one of the Great Places in America 2014
Comptroller Resolution on Public Safety
Comptroller's Resolution on Public Safety
SLATE to Conduct Workshop on Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs
SLATE to Conduct Workshop on Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs release
City of St. Louis Bans the "Box" on Job Applications
Policy Aims to Give Deserving People a Second Chance
The Cardinals Postseason Brings in Tax Revenue
Red October means Green for St. Louis
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Drop, Cover and Hold On
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Fire Prevention Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans
Mayor's Business Celebration Awards Luncheon 2014
Mayor Slay honored the best businesses and developments of the year
SLATE To Assist BJC HealthCare With Recruitment For Hospital Positions
SLATE To Assist BJC HealthCare With Recruitment For Hospital Positions release
SLATE Co-Sponsors 2014 Annual Financial Planning Day
SLATE financial release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 National PrepareAthon! Day
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Plans To Increase Diversity Among Construction Apprentices
SLATE Announces Plans To Increase Diversity Among Construction Apprentices release
Update: Bike St. Louis Phase III Construction Underway
Crews creating 40 new miles of street routes for bikes and upgrading 60 miles of existing network
Announcing Nextdoor St. Louis' 1st Anniversary Awards
1st Anniversary Awards for Nextdoor St. Louis
Fall 2014 Comp Times
department newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Child Passenger Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Copper Roof Inspires Exclusive Prints for Airport Art Event
4th Annual Art of Travel on Oct. 2 also Features New Chef Experience Themed to 1940s
Court of Appeals Upholds City of St. Louis Pension Reform
City Wins Outright Victory for Taxpayers
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Building an Emergency Kit
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
President Reed Teams with Forest ReLeaf to Plant Over 500 Trees for Peace throughout the Region this Fall
“Plant for Peace”
Lambert Joins U.S & Canadian Airports in Launch of New Trading Cards
New Collectible Cards Promote St. Louis Airport, History in North American Series
Celebrating Writers and Authors with STL 250
Comptroller's office along with STL250 will recognize 50 contemporary writers and authors from the St. Louis area
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - September 11th National Day of Service
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Our Pens Are Mighty Flyer
Flyer with information about the upcoming Our Pens Are Mighty event on Sunday, Sept. 28.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - September is National Preparedness Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Releases Dates For Legal Assistance Sessions For Entrepreneurs
SLATE Releases Dates For Legal Assistance Sessions For Entrepreneurs pr
Birthplace of Pierre Laclede Celebrates St. Louis' 250th Anniversary
Newsgram photo gallery with several photos from the celebration that took place in Bedous, France Aug. 4th and 5th, 2014. Bedous is the birthplace of St. Louis' founder Pierre Laclede.
Commentary from Comptroller Darlene Green
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Cool Down Seeks Donations
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE To Host Recruitment For Security Positions Tomorrow
SLATE To Host Recruitment For Security Positions Tomorrow pr
SLATE Announces Recruitment for the Tenants of Ballpark Village
SLATE Announces Recruitment for the Tenants of Ballpark Village pr
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - A Region in Mourning
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to both St. Louisans and visitors
St. Louis Named Most Fire-Safe City in Midwest
News announcement about the City of St. Louis being recognized as a fire-safe city
Its About Saving Jobs
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Back to School Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Treasurer's Office Announces Winner of Parking Technology Field Test
Goal is to Create First Class Parking Operation for City of St. Louis
SLATE Announces Elevator Constructor Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Elevator Constructor Training Info Session tomorrow
St. Louis Offers to Help Refugee Children Caught in Humanitarian Crisis
Federal grants available to support kids
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Back to School Sales Tax Holiday
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Operation: Reveille
City of St. Louis Rapidly Re-houses Homeless Veterans
St. Louis ranks among the top-performing cities for Starting a Business.
Rated by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Regulatory Climate Index 2014
St. Louis Named 7th Best City for Recreation
2014's Best & Worst Cities for Recreation
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - DPS Update
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Update: Department of Public Safety Holds First Monthly Update Meeting
Describing current programs and goals
SLATE Announces New Dates For Entrepreneurial Workshops
SLATE Announces New Dates For Entrepreneurial Workshops release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 National Night Out
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Access to Performing Public Schools Doubles in City of St. Louis
Release of IFF’s “St. Louis Schools Needs Assessment” Shows Growth in District and Charter Performance and Enrollment
SLATE To Conduct Hospitality and Food Service Recruitment for LGC Associates
SLATE Will Conduct Hospitality and Food Service Recruitment for LGC Associates
Department of Health Carriage Horse Stable Assessment Reports, Summary, and Recommendations
Press release and supplemental materials relating to the Department's Carriage Horse Assessment Reports Summary and Recommendations.
Summer 2014 Comp Times
department newsletter
SLATE To Host Recruitment For Security Positions
SLATE Will Host Recruitment For Security Positions
Mayor Slay Appoints Jennifer Florida Recorder of Deeds
Following Sharon Q. Carpenter's resignation
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Cooking Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Save the Date
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Coping With Extreme Heat
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Treasurer’s Office Is One Step Closer to Establishing Office of Financial Empowerment
Fulfilling Treasurer’s Mission to Help People Make Better Choices with Their Money
City of St. Louis Issued Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples
Four Same-Sex Couples Married in Accordance with United States Constitution
Missouri Supreme Court to Review St. Louis Red Light Safety Camera Case
Tupper vs. City of St. Louis is Only Case to have Trial Record
Free Testing at Select Walgreens for National HIV Testing Day
Free HIV testing will be available at select St. Louis Walgreens locations on June 26-27, 2014.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Summer Weather Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans.
Treasurer’s Office Announces Winner of Parking Study RFP
Study Will Evaluate Parking Operations
TSA Precheck Application Center Opens at Lambert Airport
New Site in Terminal 1 is Convenient for Travelers, Located Pre-Security
SLATE To Help Conduct Prairie Farms Recruitment
Prairie Farms will conduct recruitment event at SLATE.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Emergencies Happen So Be Prepared
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities in the City of St. Louis
Prominent St. Louis Sculpture, China China, Relocating to Lambert
St. Louis Airport Commission Moves to Accept Long-Term Loan from Gateway Foundation
Mayor Slay Announces 2014 Summer Meal Program
School’s Out Café Provides Daily Meals to Thousands of Children
License Collector Inspires Career Development
Students who are academic achievers in St. Louis receive on the job training
Dangerous Buildings to be Torn Down to Make Way for Redevelopment
The City of St. Louis will begin tearing down 26 vacant, condemned buildings near Ranken Technical College
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Backyard Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities.
Lambert’s USO of Missouri Airport Center Wins National Honor
Honored for the top U.S. Airport Center-Large Division in the second annual TellUSO Awards
SLATE To Assist Tri-Star Mercedes With Recruitment
Press Release
Mayor Slay Announces Priority Projects for State-Proposed 3/4 Cent Transportation Sales Tax
43 priority transportation projects submitted for consideration.
SLATE Announces GM Future Employment Opportunities
SLATE Forms Partnership to Offer Legal Assistance For Interpreters
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Summer Safety Tips for Kids
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and activities in St. Louis
Treasurer's Office to Host Parking Test Pilot Site Town Halls
Public Feedback Will Help Create a First Class Parking Operation for St. Louis
City of St. Louis Releases Obesity Reduction Plan
Health Initiative Executes Item on Mayor Slay’s Sustainability Action Agenda
MoDOT closes downtown interstate ramp for a year starting Today May 27, 2014
Commuters should consider alternative routes.
St. Louis Children’s Museum Opens New Airport Play Area at Lambert
The Magic House’s Play Port Promotes Imagination with Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Safety Tips for Memorial Day
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Honoring EMS Practitioners
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Neighborhood Greenways St. Louis Kick-off Meetings Schedule
News from Trailnet about Neighborhood Greenways Meetings being Scheduled
Frontier Airlines Announces Another New Destination from St. Louis
Washington Dulles International is Latest Announcement in Year of Service Expansion
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Recognizing St. Louis' Finest
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlight special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Treasurer’s Office to Conduct Parking Study
Efforts Underway to Improve City Parking System
Major Donation Puts Stl Youth Jobs Closer to Goal
JPMorgan Chase Foundation Announces Generous Gift
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Correctional Officers and Employees Week
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Navy Medicine Highlights Health Care During St. Louis Navy Week
Rear Adm. Rebecca McCormick-Boyle, chief of staff, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, and director, Navy Nurse Corps, presented on Navy Medicine to DOH staff
SLATE Forms Partnership to Offer Legal Assistance For Entrepreneurs
SLATE Forms Partnership to Offer Legal Assistance For Interpreters
SLATE Announces RJ Corman Railroad Group Job Fair
SLATE Announces RJ Corman Railroad Group Job Fair
Mayor Sly James and Mayor Francis Slay Meet at Missouri State Capitol to Oppose Senseless Gun Legislation
Mayor Sly James and Mayor Francis Slay Meet at Missouri State Capitol to Oppose Senseless Gun Legislation
Mayor Slay Appoints Winston Calvert City Counselor
Calvert Joins the City from Armstrong Teasdale
Treasurer's Office Invites Community to First Annual Financial Empowerment Fair
A Day of Family Fun and Learning about How Money Works
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
NABA Volunteers Provide Free Income Tax Preparation
Volunteers with the National Association of Black Accountants provide free income tax preparation and filing to residents.
Milkweeds for Monarchs Initiative Update
The St. Louis Butterfly Project
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Day of Action
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities in the City of St. Louis
Pasta House and Schlafly Combine for New Airport Venue
New Restaurant and Bar is now open in Terminal 2
St. Louis becomes the first city in US to receive award
Mayor slay and City of St. Louis receive prestigious award
St. Louis Sentinel features City's Comptroller
Sure Rides™ Auto Loan Program
St. Louis Community Credit Union and the City of St. Louis Help Qualified Individuals Get to Work
SLATE To Provide Entrepreneurial Assistance Through Partnership with SBEC and SLDC
SLATE To Provide Entrepreneurial Assistance Through Partnership with SBEC and SLDC
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
City Schools 101: Discovering Your Options
Learn about all your options for education as a city resident during this FREE event.
Street Closures this weekend for the GO! St. Louis Marathon
The 14th Annual GO! St. Louis Marathon, half Marathon and Marathon Relay are happening this Sunday, April 6th impacting many Downtown and neighboring streets
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Distracted Driving Awareness
Weekly Public Safety Director's newsletter Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
School's Out Cafe - Seeking Summer Food Service Program Volunteers
Let no child go hungry this summer.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2014 Project Blitz
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
HUD Awards Grant to Civil Rights Enforcement Agency
Money will be Used for Outreach, Education
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Buckle Up Every Time
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Further Steps to Increase the Minimum Wage in St. Louis
Euclid Hospitality Group (Pi and Gringo) to Implement $10.10 Minimum Wage
Lambert Welcomes Two New Airport Commissioners
Fowler and Jenkins Appointed to 17-Member St. Louis Airport Authority
Changes for the 2014 Project Blitz
Block units, neighborhood organizations and other community groups will be able to designate their own date for their neighborhood clean-up.
Money Smart Week to Offer More than 200 Free Financial Classes and Events across the St. Louis Area
Improve Your Financial Literacy
SLATE Announces Floorlayers Training School Info Session
SLATE Announces Floorlayers Training School Info Session
St. Louis receives Award at Conference of Mayors
457(b) Retirement Program is awarded
Spring 2014 Comp Times
Spring 2014 Comp Times
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Poison Prevention Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Thompson's First 100 Days In Office
Mavis T. Thompson's first 100 days in office. Accomplishments and future goals for the Office of the License Collector.
Treasurer’s Office Testing Smartphone Apps for Parking Meters
Effort is Part of Six Month Parking Field Test Evaluation
Exhibition Highlighting Missouri Opens at the Lambert Gallery
“Missouri Made” Exhibition Features Unique Collection of Art and Artifacts from Show-Me State
Mayor Slay to Recognize Ten Show-Me Heroes Employers at Flag of Freedom Awards Ceremony
Mayor Slay to Recognize Ten Show-Me Heroes Employers at Flag of Freedom Awards Ceremony
Top to Bottom, Lambert Transforming Historic Terminal
New Baggage System Goes Online; New Copper Roof Construction Beginning
Snow Routes in the City
Snow Routes plowed by the Street Division explained and highlighted on City map
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Have a Safe and Fun Mardi Gras Celebration
Newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Treasurer’s Office Teams Up with Community to Host Financial Empowerment Fair
Part of Treasurer’s Commitment to Financial Literacy
City of St. Louis Integrates Local Police Forces
Airport Police Will Become Latest to Join St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
2014 Mardi Gras Celebration Sure to be a Safe and Fun Event
Release from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department regarding this year's Mardi Gras Celebration in Soulard
SLATE Reschedules Iron Workers Training School Info Session
SLATE Reschedules Iron Workers Training School Info Session
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Be a Force of Nature
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to residents and visitors alike.
Celebrate the second anniversary of the Bank On, Save Up St. Louis initiative
Initiative to promote financial literacy
New Urgent Care Services at Soulard-Benton Health Center
New Urgent Care Services at Soulard-Benton Health Center
Frontier Adding Three New Coastal Destinations from St. Louis
Expansion of Service Includes New Nonstops to Portland, OR and Trenton, NJ
City of St. Louis Municipal Court Offers Warrant Forgiveness
Warrants Lifted, New Court Date Set
SLATE Announces Plasterers Apprenticeship Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Plasterers Apprenticeship Training Info Session
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy 250th, St. Louis!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Treasurer Encourages Use of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Treasurer Encourages Use of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Update: Judge Rules City of St. Louis May Continue Operating Red Light Safety Cameras
Circuit Court Judge Steve Ohmer has ruled that the City of St. Louis may continue operating its red light safety camera program.
SLATE To Conduct Laclede Gas Informational Session
SLATE To Conduct Laclede Gas Informational Session
St. Louis Celebrates its 250th Anniversary in 2014
Upcoming 250th Birthday events, look inside St. Louis Government, explore and get involved.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Senior Leadership Realignment
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
National Burn Awareness Week 2014
The St. Louis Fire Dept. is joining with the American Burn Assn. to provide information to prevent scald injuries.
Nestlé Purina and Two City Officials Donate to Help Homeless
$25,000 in Donations to Help People and Pets during Extreme Cold
SLATE Updates Hotline Number for Ballpark Village Open-Call Sessions
SLATE Updates Hotline Number for Ballpark Village Open-Call Sessions
Update: Preparations Underway for St Louis City Parking Pilot Project
Field tests for on-street parking systems planned
Mayor Slay Realigns Senior Leadership
City of St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay today announced personnel changes, including a new director of the Department of Public Safety.
Two New Murals Greet Passengers and Visitors at Lambert
Two new public murals created by artist Amy Cheng now welcome passengers at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
SLATE Holds First Annual Youth Leadership Workforce Awards Luncheon
SLATE Holds First Annual Youth Leadership Workforce Awards Luncheon
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Driving on Super Bowl Sunday
Newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
City of St. Louis and Veteran’s Administration to Help Chronically Homeless Veterans
Part of the City’s overall goal to end chronic homelessness within a decade.
Passenger Traffic Dips Slightly For Lambert in 2013
Airport serves 12.5 million passengers
SLATE Offers Community Series Workshop To Help Jobseekers Break Into The Job Market
SLATE Offers Community Series Workshop To Help Jobseekers Break Into The Job Market
SLATE To Conduct Urban Chestnut Recruitment Event
SLATE To Conduct Urban Chestnut Recruitment Event
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Workshop
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to residents and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Dates For Ballpark Village Open-Call Sessions
SLATE Announces Dates For Ballpark Village Open-Call Sessions
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Preventing Home Fires
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to residents and visitors alike.
Obama Administration Chooses City of St. Louis to Participate in Strong Cities, Strong Communities Initiative
The President will provide a federal team for technical advice
Nazareth Homes Development in College Hill
Affordable housing is now open and ready for new homeowners.
Lambert Expands Flight Options to Mexico and the Caribbean
St. Louis Will See 12 Percent Increase in Flights to Popular Vacation Destinations
SLATE Announces Roofers Apprenticeship Info Session
SLATE Announces Roofers Apprenticeship Info Session
Pothole Patching Begins
Street has begun patching the potholes and request citizens to report potholes
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Free Education to Job Opportunity
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Iron Workers Training School Info Session To Be Rescheduled
Iron Workers Training School Info Session To Be Rescheduled
Extreme Cold Temperatures Alert
Information to keep people and pets safe during periods of extreme low temperatures.
SLATE Announces Iron Workers Training School Info Session
SLATE Announces Iron Workers Training School Info Session
Financial Literacy Workshops
Financial Literacy Workshops hosted by The City Of St. Louis Treasurer's Office
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Community Mediation Program
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Winter 2013 Comp Times
Winter 2013 Comp Times
City Treasurer’s Office Announces Parking Technology RFP Winners
One step closer to modernizing St. Louis City parking operations.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Energy Saving Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE To Conduct Levy Restaurants Job Fair
SLATE To Conduct Levy Restaurants Job Fair
Lambert Prepares for Christmas Holiday Travel Rush
Military Holiday Block Leave Kicks Off Winter Holiday Travel Period
SLATE Announces Service Contracts Under The You Only Live Once Program
SLATE Announces Service Contracts Under The You Only Live Once Program
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Community Disaster Education
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
The Magic House Children’s Exhibit at Airport Gets Full Funding
Rally Saint Louis Inspires Support for Unique Airport Play Area
Mayor Slay Appoints Fred Wessels Director of the City’s Community Development Administration
Fred Wessels will take over as the director of the City’s Community Development Administration (CDA)
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2013 Holiday Card Design Contest
Winner and finalist honored at a reception in City Hall in the Mayor’s Office.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Holiday Cyber Scams
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
City of St. Louis’ Open Government
Learn about the transparency section, find the city budget and financial documents, and search the expenditure data.
Updated Cold Weather Alert: Warming Centers and Snow Routes
The City of St. Louis Department of Health is urging people to prepare for extended cold weather.
Update: SLATE Announces Plumbers and Pipefitters Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Plumbers and Pipefitters Training Info Session
Treasurer’s Office Seeks Members for Citizens Advisory Committee
Treasurer’s Office Seeks Members for a Citizens Advisory Committee to provide feedback on parking in the City
Collaborating to Heat Up St Louis
Organizations in the metro area are working together to help keep residents warm this winter.
Lambert Preparing for Rush of Holiday Travelers
Airport, TSA and Airlines stress arriving early, unwrapping holiday gifts
Buy Locally on Small Business Saturday & Give Locally on Giving Tuesday
Small Business Saturday (SBS), November 30th, small businesses across the country will open their doors to promote “Shopping small” this holiday season.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2013 Small Business Saturday
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Commuter Cycling in St. Louis has Soared
The city of St. Louis since 1990 has added more cyclists to its roadways than the vast majority of U.S. cities, according to a report by the League of American Bicyclists.
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Recruitment and Hiring Event
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Recruitment and Hiring Event
The City of St. Louis Congratulates the Recipients of the 2013 Mayor’s Sustainability Award
The 2013 Mayor’s Sustainability Awards* recognized those who have imagined a more sustainable City.
Updated Locations for City of St. Louis TB and STD Services
Information about updated locations for TB and STD services in the City of St. Louis.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Weather Awareness Day 2013
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Weather Awareness Day 2013
City of St. Louis featured at Harvard University’s NEXT Practices Colloquy
Innovative efforts by the City of St. Louis to end chronic homelessness were featured during a two day conference at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA on October 24-25, 2013.
Mayor Slay Announces 2013 Holiday Card Contest
St. Louis children invited to submit a design to be used on Mayor’s holiday cards
Mayor Slay Announces New Funding for Housing near MetroLink, MetroBus
Encourages development near transit to increase access to jobs
SLATE To Provide New Venture Workshop for Laid Off Workers
SLATE To Provide New Venture Workshop for Laid Off Workers
The City's Red Light Camera Program in Light of the Ellisville Ruling
The City of St. Louis Red Light Camera Safety Program remains open and fully operational.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Child Safety Protection Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor’s Sustainability Summit III :: implement
Third Summit calls on community to help implement Sustainability Plan
The 30th Veterans Day Parade Winds through Downtown St. Louis this Saturday
The City of St. Louis will kick off the 30th Veterans Day observance and parade.
SLATE Presents Information Technology Employment Assistance Seminar for Veterans
SLATE Presents Information Technology Employment Assistance Seminar for Veterans
SLATE Announces Love's Job Fair
SLATE Announces Love's Job Fair
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and CSB team up to Help Local Consumers
St. Louis Consumers Can Call Local CSB Number to Connect with the CFPB About Financial Issues
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Battery Blitz
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Electrical Industry Training Info Session
SLATE Announces Electrical Industry Training Info Session
SLATE Announces International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Info Session
SLATE Announces International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Info Session
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Recruitment Event
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Recruitment Event
Update: SLATE Announces Registration for Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions
Update: SLATE Announces Registration for Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions
Statement of Director of Operations Eddie Roth in response to St. Louis Post-Dispatch October 27, 2013 stories 'Jailed by Mistake'
Statement of Director of Operations Eddie Roth in response to St. Louis Post-Dispatch October 27, 2013 stories 'Jailed by Mistake'
SLATE Announces Registration for Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions
SLATE Announces Registration for Ballpark Village Hospitality Positions
Mayor Francis G. Slay Announces Regional Fitness Initiative
Mayor Francis G. Slay along with recording artist Nelly, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley and East St. Louis Mayor Alvin Parks is announcing the kickoff of JUMP N2 Shape, a regional health movement.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2013 Halloween Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Lambert’s Terminal Recycling Program Doubles Output in 2013
New Indoor Containers Roll out This Week to Divert More Waste from Landfill
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Information Session
SLATE Announces Fields Foods Information Session
St. Louis Cardinals Return to the World Series
With Cardinals in Fall Classic, Entire State, Region Prepares for World Series Close Up
Historic Aircraft Returns to Lambert with New Digital Exhibit
Missouri History Museum Re-installs Plane and adds Interactive History Kiosk
St. Louis City Hall’s Open House 2013
Information about City services, office locations, times of operation and more!
SLATE Receives Second Chance Act Grant
SLATE Receives Second Chance Act Grant
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Bicycle Rider Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
5th Annual Black Women & Breast Cancer: Knowledge is Power Conference
Free Black Women & Breast Cancer: Knowledge is Power Conference on Saturday, November 2nd.
Youth Violence Task Force
Mayor Francis Slay and his Commission on Children, Youth and Families have spearheaded a regional effort to engage youth, law enforcement and youth-serving agencies in addressing youth violence.
Register Now for 2013 SLACO Regional Neighborhoods Conference
Information from SLACO about how to register for the for the 2013 SLACO Regional Neighborhoods Conference to be held on Nov. 2, 2013.
Treasurer's Town Halls on Parking
The City of St. Louis Treasurer’s Office will host four town halls dedicated to the current and future state of parking in St. Louis.
American Planning Association Designates Forest Park a Top 10 Great Public Space for 2013
Noted for Design, Amenities, Cultural Institutions, History
The Health Insurance Marketplace Is Open
Marketplace Enrollment Assistance sessions will begin Wednesday, October 9th.
Mayor Slay, SLDC Honor Area Companies at 2013 City of St. Louis Business Celebration Luncheon
Business Award Winners announced
Treasurer's Office Releases Bid for Integrated Parking Management System
Treasurer's Office Releases Bid for Integrated Parking Management System
STL Youth Make a Difference in Kingsway West Neighborhood
Brief article about the STL youth involved in the Garden Ranger program at Covenant House. Program is funded with revenue generated by voter-approved Proposition S.
SLATE Co-sponsors Annual Financial Planning Day
SLATE Co-sponsors Annual Financial Planning Day
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2013 Fire Prevention Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Sheet Metal Industry Training School Information Session
SLATE Announces Sheet Metal Industry Training School Information Session
The People Page - October 2013
Newsgram photo gallery of single photos from events submitted in October 2013
St. Louisans to Begin Enrolling in Health Insurance Marketplace
City of St. Louis to Host Enrollment Assistance Sessions.
St. Louis Fire Dept.'s Newest Fireboat: The 'Stan Musial'
The St. Louis Fire Dept. has named its newest fireboat The Stan Musial.
President Obama Names Stl Youth Jobs Participant “Champion of Change”
Named a “Champion of Change,” Haynes, a Carnahan High School of the Future senior, is one of only nine individuals and organizations to receive the award
It's Flu Season! Where to Get Your Flu Shots
It's flu season, and the City of St. Louis Department of Health is encouraging anyone ages 6-months and older to get their seasonal flu shot.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - You Can Be the Hero
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Commemorates One Year Of Fighting Animal Abuse Alongside Stray Rescue
Blues Hockey Star Steen Pleads For Stray Rescue Donations To Save More Dogs
It's Your Right To Know Your Healthcare Options
The Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment starts Oct. 1
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - CERT Training
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Drury Hotels and SLATE Partner on New Hires
Drury Hotels and SLATE Partner on New Hires
SLATE Announces Construction Craft Laborers' Journeyman Training and Apprenticeship Info Session
SLATE Announces Construction Craft Laborers' Journeyman Training and Apprenticeship Info Session
PARK(ing) Day Celebrations Planned
PARK(ing) Day Celebrations Planned for Several St. Louis Neighborhoods 
Special Edition of the Public Safety Director's Spotlight
Special Edition of the Public Safety Director's Spotlight to provide information on the MO Attorney General's Urban Crime Summit that will be held in St. Louis this Wednesday and Thursday.
St. Louis Spay-Neuter Group BARC offers Free Pit Fixes
St. Louis Spay-Neuter Group BARC offers Free Pit Fixes
National Welcoming Week 2013
Connecting Neighbors. Serving Communities.
Eligible nonprofits can apply until Sept. 30 for grants to help neighborhood improvement projects
UrbanLIFT community grant program to bring $11.4 million to help neighborhood improvement projects in 25 cities affected by foreclosures
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Prepare Your Family
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities or special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Youth Program Participant Embarks on New Career
SLATE Youth Program Participant Embarks on New Career story
Hyde Park Revitalization
Building Homes...Building Community
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Sept. 11th Day of Service
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to the people of St. Louis.
Trade Act Offers Monetary Support and Help with Reemployment but Laid off Workers Must Apply Soon
Trade Act Offers Monetary Support and Help with Reemployment but Laid off Workers Must Apply Soon
Healthy Corner Stores are Putting Life Back into Food Deserts
Bringing healthier options to city neighborhoods
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Take Precautions During Heat Advisory
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
A Dream Comes Closer For A Girl With A Strong Will
A Dream Comes Closer For A Girl With A Strong Will story
SLATE Announces Local Union 513 Training Info Session for Operating Engineers
SLATE Announces Local Union 513 Training Info Session for Operating Engineers
Charter Schools in the City of St. Louis Show Success
Charters Provide Choices for St. Louis Families
Sustainability Newsletter Summer 2013
Summer 2013 Newsletter, Sustainability Spotlight: Sustainable Small Grant Competition
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Emergency Preparedness
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities in St. Louis City.
STL City Youth Win Financial Literacy Prizes
Two local participants recognized through the DollarWise Summer Youth Jobs Contest
Local Business Community Meeting about the City’s Disparity Study
Local Business Community Meeting about the City’s Disparity Study
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - School Bus Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors to our great city.
New Public Safety Measures for all 2013 St. Louis Rams Home Games
Office of Special Events is passing along information from the St. Louis Rams regarding new public safety measures this season.
Hope for the Animals Day
Operation SPOT (Stop Pet Overpopulation Today) will host a variety of pet related services
City of St. Louis Receives an Additional $1 Million for the BEACH Project
Provides mental health and other services, along with a stable place to live
SLATE Welcomes New WIB Member
City of St. Louis WIB added a new member, James Skain
2013 Mayor's Business Celebration Luncheon
Mayor Francis G. Slay will present his annual awards on October 4, 2013.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Local Social, Missouri Black Expo and More
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Update: A Place to Grow
The International Institutes’ Global Farm Program is nurturing sustainable and diverse communities.
Regular School Attendance urged by City Leaders
City Leaders Urge Regular School Attendance
SLATE Forms New Department to Assist Project Developers
SLATE Forms New Department to Assist Project Developers
SLU Weather Balloon Ozone Research Ready to Launch
SLU will be one of six SEACIONS sites and will launch 34 ozonesondes (weather balloons with ozone sensors) in support of the SEAC4RS deployment beginning Monday, Aug. 12, and running through mid-September, 2013
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Back to School Preparation
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans as well as visitors to our great city.
Tax-Free Holiday Weekend
City of St. Louis to Provide Sales Tax Relief during Tax-Free Holiday Weekend
Way Cleared for Cleanup of Carter Carburetor Site
EPA clearing the way for a $30M Cleanup of the old Carter Carburetor Site in St. Louis.
Change in Unemployment Insurance 4-Week Reporting in Missouri
For unemployment benefits 4-week Reporting at a Missouri Career Center is no longer required but other provisions and requirements remain in place
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Tips to Prevent Identity Loss
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to both St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Time is Running Out for Former Workers of Hostess and Other Companies to Apply for Trade Act Assistance
Time is Running Out for Former Workers of Hostess and Other Companies to Apply for Trade Act Assistance
Mayor Slay To Recognize Four Show-Me Heroes Employers
Mayor Slay To Recognize Four Show-Me Heroes Employers
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Dealing with Extreme Heat
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLMPD Citizens Academy Accepting Applications
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is currently accepting applications for the next Citizens Academy class.
SLATE Receives Face Forward-Serving Juvenile Offenders Grant from US DOL
SLATE Receives Face Forward-Serving Juvenile Offenders Grant from US DOL
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2013 National Night Out
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
MERS/Goodwill Nurtures Responsible Citizen through WIA Youth Funding
MERS/Goodwill Nurtures Responsible Citizen through WIA Youth Funding
Update: Sustainable Land Lab Winners Projects
A Look at the progress the Land Lab Winners are making with their projects.
The St. Louis Housing Funders Group Informational Forum
Informational forum regarding nine upcoming funding opportunities.
Corrections Graduation Ceremony - June 2013
Newsgram Photo Gallery of scenes from the Corrections Graduation Ceremony held June 28, 2013
Mini Marathon Added to Rock 'n' Roll St. Louis
This year's Rock 'n' Roll St. Louis Marathon has a new feature -- a mini marathon.
City Library's "Food For Fines 2013" Program
Pay down your library fines by donating canned goods during the month of July
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fourth of July Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
The People Page - July 2013
Newsgram photo gallery. Photos will be added throughout the month.
The St. Louis WIB's Vice-Chair Talks about her Connection to SLATE
The St. Louis WIB's Vice-Chair Talks about her Connection to SLATE
City of St. Louis Launches Innovative Energy Improvement Financing Program for Homes and Businesses
Set the PACE
Sustainable Neighborhood Small Grant Competition Winners Announced
Project progress from the winners
Fireworks Displays
Fireworks Displays
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Lightning Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
"Celebrating the Past to Awaken the Future"
Pride St. Louis celebrates its past and moves to its new downtown home.
Graduate STL Program Gives Adult Learners a Second Career
Graduate STL Program Gives Adult Learners a Second Career
Mayor Slay awarded the Levee Stone from The Partnership for Downtown St. Louis
Making significant contributions to Downtown.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Swimming Pool Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Summer 2013 Comp Times
Summer 2013 Comp Times
City Closes Riverfront Encampment
Camp Plum Vacated; Former Occupants Provided Housing
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Hot Weather Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans
Update: Final Preparations Begin For Cupples 7 Demolition
Chances for Last-Minute Development Deal Seem Remote
Missouri Court of Appeals Upholds Constitutionality of the City of St. Louis Red Light Program
Red Light Program ruled Constitutional.
Why Participate in a Job Fair?
Why Participate in a Job Fair?
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Beware Utility Scams
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
OJT Offers Businesses A Successful Growth Strategy
OJT Offers Businesses A Successful Growth Strategy
Wellington Avenue Bridge over River Des Peres Reconstruction
Bridge Reopens for Thursday Evening Rush
St. Louis pride flies high in Antarctica!
St. Louis flag that flew in Antarctica is presented to Mayor Slay and St. Louis citizens.
Sustainability Competition Participating Neighborhoods Map
Map of the neighborhoods that have submitted entries into the Sustainability Competition thus far
City Streets Crews and Partners Work to Mitigate Flooding
The City Streets Department, along with the Army Corps of Engineers, MSD and MODOT are working around the clock to mitigate flooding on both the Mississippi River and the River Des Peres.
Update: Sustainability Competition Now Closed
$5,000 Grants to Make Seven Winning Projects a Reality
Solar Impulse Aircraft Nearing Arrival at Lambert
Solar Impulse Aircraft Nearing Arrival at Lambert
A Strong Sense of Place
Two adjoining, vacant LRA lots are purchased and converted into a dream home.
St. Louis to Celebrate its 250th Anniversary in 2014
stl250 Announces Year-Long Celebration to Commemorate the Founding of St. Louis
Employment Assistance Program Overcomes Barriers for Veterans
Employment Assistance Program Overcomes Barriers for Veterans
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Free Summer Camps
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Buckle Up
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike
2013 Lifesaving Awards Ceremony
Media advisory from the St. Louis Fire Department regarding the 2013 Lifesaving Awards Ceremony that will be held on Thursday, May 23.
Supportive Services at SLATE Help Build A New Life
Supportive Services at SLATE Help Build A New Life
Thank you to all who made #STL4OKC a success
Thank you to the 120+ volunteers and everyone who donated to the #STL4OKC relief effort.
Tri-Star Mercedes-Benz moves to St. Louis
Tri-Star Mercedes Benz is moving from West St. Louis County to Hampton and Berthold, bringing with it, the title of first luxury car brand to come to St. Louis.
Summer Food Program
Young persons 18 of age and under can enjoy free breakfast and/or lunch at more that 100 sites within the metropolitan St. Louis area
National Dog Bite Prevention Week
As designated by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the week of May 19th-May 25th marks National Dog Bite Prevention Week.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Tip of the Hat
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans.
Arch Grants Winners Announced
Arch Grants, the global business startup competition providing $50,000 non-dilutive grants to early stage ventures, today announced the 2013 Global Startup Competition winners.
BounceBack Professional Network Reports Success
BounceBack Professional Network Reports Success
Parking Meters Now Accepting Debit and Credit Cards
Parking Meters Now Accepting Debit and Credit Cards
The Heavy Metal Project
Prenatal home lead hazard screening is an effective way to prevent childhood lead poisoning
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Open Sustainability Competition
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans
Open Sustainability Competitions
Win gift certificates to Local Harvest Cafe or Urban Shark bicycle store or $5,000 to fund a project designed to help improve the sustainability.
Changes to stlouis-mo.gov
Description of changes to stlouis-mo.gov to increase usability and awareness of government services.
Create Your own Urban Garden
The Land Reutilization Authority is offering vacant lots to residents through their Garden Lease Program.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fraudulent Online Accounts
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Let's Move STL - Golf and Walk
FREE Golf lessons! Mark your calendars for the Let's Move! STL Golf and Walk program.
The People Page - April 2013
Newsgram photo gallery. Photos from events held during the month of April 2013
St. Louis receives $30 million in New Markets Tax Credits
Funds will help create jobs, provide small business capital and strengthen neighborhoods.
SLATE Provides Candidates For IT Delivery Center
SLATE Delivers Candidates For IT Delivery Center
Re-envisioning the South County Connector
News announcement about a public meeting on the South County Connector
Longest Serving Mayor in St. Louis History
Mayor Francis Slay is set to become the longest serving Mayor in St. Louis history this Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Grand Opening of the Traveling Wizard of Oz Exhibition
News announcement from the St. Louis Public Library about the Grand Opening of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz traveling exhibition coming to Central Library in May 2013
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Charity Scams
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
SLATE To Help Dislocated Hostess Workers
SLATE To Help Dislocated Hostess Workers
St. Louis Medication Disposal Drop-off April 27, 2013
The partnership is focusing on curbing prescription drug abuse by providing drop-off locations for expired, unused and over-the-counter medications.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Boston Marathon Unity Run
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Erecting Flood Walls
Scenes of City Street Dept. works building the flood gates.
No Change No Problem
The Treasurer's Office Liberty meter pilot program and event launch.
City of St. Louis WIB Welcomes New Member
City of St. Louis WIB added a new member, Robert Wasserman
Inauguration Day - April 16, 2013
Newsgram photo gallery of scenes from the Inaugural Ceremonies of Mayor Francis G. Slay and Comptroller Darlene Green
American Red Cross Award Goes to David Newburger
American Red Cross Award Goes to David Newburger
Inauguration 2013
Inauguration 2013
Sustainable Land Lab Winners Announced
Projects receive a two-year land lease and $5,000 seed money
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Distracted Driving Shatters Lives
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans.
2013 Fair Housing Month Celebration
Media advisory re: the 2013 Fair Housing Month Celebration that will take place on April 11, the 45th anniversary of the signing of the Fair Housing Act
Mayors Nationwide in Support of Volunteerism and Community Service
City Celebrates 10th Annual St. Louis Serves Day
From Coach To Customer To Client
A story of a former job seeker who found employment through SLATE
Mayor Slay to Announce Sustainable Land Lab Winners
The Sustainable Land Lab is designed to be a living laboratory of two-year demonstration projects, which will showcase innovative ideas and integrated strategies for transforming one of the region’s greatest challenges — vacant land — into an asset that can advance sustainability.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Blitz 2013
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Applications For Youth Summer Jobs in St. Louis City Available Now At MERS/Goodwill
Applications For Youth Summer Jobs in St. Louis City Available Now At MERS/Goodwill
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Prevent Poisoning
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Women's History Month 2013
Comptroller Green's thoughts on Women's History Month
Spring 2013 Comp Times
Employee newsletter for Comptroller's Office 2013
National Public Health Week 2013
Public Health is ROI (Return on Investment) - Saves Lives, Saves Money
Job Corps Partners With SLATE To Train Youth For Careers
Job Corps Partners With SLATE To Train Youth For Careers
Neighborhood Smoke Alarm Blitz
Media advisory about St. Louis firefighters going door-to-door in the Walnut Park East Neighborhood conducting a smoke alarm blitz on Saturday, March 23, 2013.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans.
SLATE Helps St. Louis Parking Company and Ambassador Valet Fill 50 Openings
SLATE Helps St. Louis Parking Company and Ambassador Valet Fill 50 Openings
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Improve Your Emergency Response
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
City Library System's Services Garner Third-Place Ranking in National Literacy Study
Latest news release from the St. Louis Public Library about the City Library System's Services Garnering Third-Place Ranking in National Literacy Study
SLATE MCC Announces First Hospitality Virtual Recruitment Event
SLATE MCC Announces First Hospitality Virtual Recruitment Event
Ten Year Anniversary Report to the Community
The Affordable Housing Commission of the City of St. Louis is celebrating ten years of service to the community.
2013 Change Your Clock Change Your Battery Blitz
Information about the annual Change Your Clock Change Your Battery Blitz when daylight-saving time begins
Severe Weather Preparedness Week - Be An Example
Severe Weather Preparedness Week is being observed March 3 - 9, 2013. The theme for today is Be An Example.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Lifesaving Message
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Severe Weather Preparedness Week - Stay Tuned for Weather Alerts
It's Severe Weather Preparedness Week (March 3-9) The focus for today is staying tuned to weather alerts.
Mayor Announces Action Agenda for City's First Sustainability Plan
Mayor to Announce Action Agenda for Priority Projects
DT2 Hosts Inaugural Dutchtown Entrepreneur & Business Fair
Passing along information from the Downtown Dutchtown Business Assn. about the Inaugural Dutchtown Entrepreneur & Business Fair that will be held on March 23, 2013.
Severe Weather Preparedness Week - Build a Kit
Information about preparing for Severe Weather
Faultless Linen and SLATE Achieve Diversity
Faultless Linen and SLATE Achieve Diversity
Severe Weather Preparedness Week - Know Your Risk
March 3 - 9, 2013 is Nation Severe Weather Preparedness Week. The theme for Monday is Know Your Risk.
Veolia Water Contract Is Put On Hold
Formal Action on Water Contract Put On Hold While Key Constituencies Are Heard
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Project Blitz 2013
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors
Why Use Jobs.mo.gov For Your Job Search?
Why Use Jobs.mo.gov For Your Job Search?
City Announces Mandatory Mediation be Available for Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Mayor Slay Signs Board Bill No. 160CS into Law
Election Results for City Primary Elections March 5th
Final Unofficial Election Results for City Primary Elections from the Board of Election Commissioners.
Request for Mediation Forms
Form pertaining to Request for Mediation. Notice of Right to Request Mediation; a Request for Mediation; and a Certificate of Compliance
City Launches Comprehensive, Coordinated Effort to End Chronic Homelessness
Mayor to Announce Rapid Re-Housing Initiative at Homeless Summit
St. Louis is a Let’s Move! City
Let’s Move! is First Lady Michelle Obama’s national comprehensive initiative to combat and solve the challenge of childhood obesity.
EUC Program Produces Cost-Saving Results
Partnership with SLATE helps Missouri to keep its unemployment benefits' rolls clean
National Blues Museum Kicks Off Free Film/Lecture Series
Passing along information from the National Blues Museum about its new free Film/Lecture Series
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Severe Weather Preparedness
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director spotlighting neighborhood events and special activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Severe Weather Alert for St Louis 02/21/13
Severe Weather Alert for St Louis 02/21/13
St. Louis Rolls Out Phase Two of College Hill Hot-Spot Initiative
St. Louis Rolls Out Phase Two of College Hill Hot-Spot Initiative
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Fish Fries
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Slay To Recognize Six Show-Me Heroes Employers
Mayor Slay To Recognize Six Show-Me Heroes Employers
Engine House 30 Receives Latest Training Resource
Media advisory from the Fire Department regarding event at Engine House 30 on Feb. 12, 2013.
Happy 249th, St. Louis!
Newsgram item about the approaching of the stl250 celebration
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Sustainability Newsletter Winter 2013
Winter 2013 Newsletter, Sustainability Spotlight: Department of Human Services
City Library Celebrates 2013 Black History Month
Events that will take place at the St. Louis Public Library in celebration of Black History Month 2013
Gateway STEM High School Student Completes CERT Instructor Course
CEMA is passing along great news about one of the CERT students at Gateway STEM High School.
New Board Members Added to National Blues Museum Board
Passing along latest news from the National Blues Museum
2013 Great Central U.S. ShakeOut
Information from the City Emergency Management Agency re the 2013 Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013.
Rapid Response To Hostess Layoff
SLATE's Rapid Response Team reaches out to those effected by the Hostess layoff
Celebrate Let's Move St. Louis 3rd Anniversary
Celebrate Let's Move St. Louis 3rd Anniversary
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Emergency Preparedness Academy 2013
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting information, special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
GSL Impacts Careers and Lives
Graduate! St. Louis Success Told By The People Helped
The People Page - January 2013
Newsgram photo gallery of employees, board members, others on the move in January 2013
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Ambulance Staffing
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
DollarWISE Grant Awarded To Summer Youth Jobs In St. Louis City
DollarWISE Grant Awarded to Summer Youth Jobs in St. Louis City
O'Fallon Park Recreation Complex Opens
Article about the new O'Fallon Park Recreation Complex which opened on Jan. 21, 2013.
I-64 Interchange Reconstruction at Tower Grove
I-64 Interchange Reconstruction at Tower Grove
Triumph: For Babies, For You. For Life.
Triumph: For Babies, For You. For Life. Children are our future and that future requires nurturing. The development of our youth must start by addressing infant mortality rates; one of the most sensitive measures of a community's overall health, social and economic success.
MoDOT Closes I-64 downtown January 25-28 to remove Taylor, Newstead Bridges
Passing along the latest info from MoDOT about the closing of I-64 downtown January 25-28 to remove Taylor, Newstead Bridges
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Fires
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
O'Fallon Park Recreation Complex Ribbon Cutting
Media advisory regarding the O'Fallon Park Recreation Complex Ribbon Cutting that will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013
SLATE Announces Bounceback Workshop For Professionals
SLATE Announces BounceBack Workshop For Professionals
MoDOT to Close Taylor, Newstead Bridges Over I-64 January 21
Passing along a release from the Missouri Department of Transportation that MoDOT will Close Taylor, Newstead Bridges Over I-64 on January 21
New Website and Social Media Give Lost and Stray Animals New Hope
New Website and Social Media Give Lost and Stray Animals New Hope
The Executive Director Delivers New Year Message
The Executive Director Delivers New Year Message
Charlene Deeken Named Public Safety Director
News announcement that Deputy Public Safety Director Charlene Deeken has been named by Mayor Francis G. Slay as Public Safety Director
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Mardi Gras Season
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
CLEAN Receives Mayor's Spirit Award
CLEAN Receives Mayor's Spirit Award
SLATE Works With Spinnaker To Develop Downtown St. Louis
SLATE Continues To Help Returning Heroes
2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. State Celebration Kick-Off
Information regarding the 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. State Celebration Kick-Off which will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Food Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events and information of interest to St. Louisans
St. Louis City's Growing Health Successes
An introduction to the RHC and health initiatives for the uninsured and under-insured in the St. Louis region.
City of St. Louis WIB Elects New Officers
SLATE Announces Financial Planning Day Workshop
Interfaith Service Planned for Sandy Hook Victims
News release from Christ Church Cathedral regarding Interfaith Service Planned for Sandy Hook Victims on Dec. 18, 2012
SLATE Continues To Help Returning Heroes
SLATE Continues To Help Returning Heroes
Arrangements Set for Firefighter Hudson
Information regarding the visitation and funeral services for Firefighter Jeffery Hudson
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Fire Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Think Toy Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces New Board Members
SLATE Announces Financial Planning Day Workshop
Photo Gallery - December 2012
Newsgram Photo Gallery that will be updated throughout the month of December 2012 as photos are submitted.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Holiday Decoration Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Missouri State Parks Youth Corps Wins Governor's Award
Missouri State Parks Youth Corps Wins Governor's Award
Media Advisory
City officials are inviting the media to tour the City's new Unified Command Vehicle
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winter Weather Awareness 2012
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Hurricane Sandy Aid
Hurricane Sandy Aid
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Passage of Prop A
Weekly newsletter from the Director of Public Safety Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
STL For Sandy Hurricane Relief Drive
Information about STL For Sandy initiative to help residents of the East Coast get back on their feet after the Hurricane Sandy disaster
Eastbound I-64 Downtown to Close This Weekend
Latest release from MoDOT about Eastbound I-64 Downtown to Close This Weekend
Sustainability Newsletter October 2012
Fall 2012 Newsletter, Sustainability Spotlight: Lambert Airport
2012 Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery Safety Fair & Blitz
Information about the Fire Department's teaming up with Energizer to host to safety events and neighborhood canvasses to distribute batteries this weekend.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Forums
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
MoDOT to Close Eastbound I-64 Downtown This Weekend
Passing along information about MoDOT's planning to Close Eastbound I-64 Downtown This Weekend
SLATE and SLPS Positively Impact The Lives of Youth
SLATE's partnership with St. Louis Public Schools increases high school graduation and places youth into self-sustaining employment
MoDOT to Close Eastbound I-64 Downtown Wednesday Night
Latest news from MoDOT about Closing Eastbound I-64 Downtown Wednesday Night
2012 Mayor's Business Celebration Luncheon
Highlights from 2012 Mayor's Business Celebration Luncheon
City Issues Draft Sustainability Plan
City Issues Draft Sustainability Plan
MoDOT Schedules Nighttime PSB Ramp Closures for Repair Work
Passing along the latest news from MoDOT about PSB Ramp Closures for Repair Work
Lafayette Square Neighborhood One of Nation's 12 Prettiest Painted Places
Passing along announcement from the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission about St. Louis' Lafayette Square Neighborhood
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - 2012 Halloween Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans.
SLATE Announces Financial Planning Day Workshop
SLATE Announces Financial Planning Day Workshop
St. Louis Fire Department Receives Grant to Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms
News announcement about the St. Louis Fire Department Receiving a Grant to Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Road Closure Info
Passing along information about Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Road Closures on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Red Ribbon Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans.
SLATE Hires On-The-Job Training Coordinator
SLATE Hires On-The-Job Training Coordinator
MoDOT Extends Closure of I-70 Express Lanes Until Mid-November
Passing along latest info from MoDOT about Extending Closure of I-70 Express Lanes Until Mid-November
Small Employer Partnership Award Honors Habitata and SLATE
Small Employer Partnership Award Honors Habitata Building Products' partnership with SLATE           
Second Annual Dutchtown Harvest Festival
Second Annual Dutchtown Harvest Festival
The St. Louis Fire Department Urges Residents to 'Have Two Ways Out!'
Message from the St. Louis Fire Department during Fire Prevent Week Urging Residents to 'Have Two Ways Out!'
MoDOT Closes Eastbound I-64 Downtown Overnight Saturday
Latest release from MoDOT re Closing Eastbound I-64 Downtown Overnight Saturday
SLATE Executive Director Appointed NAWDP Committee Chair
An announcement about SLATE Executive Director Michael Holmes Appointed NAWDP Committee Chair
The 150th Anniversary of St. Anthony of Padua
The 150th Anniversary of St. Anthony of Padua
MoDOT to Close Lanes on Memorial, Walnut for Design Work
Passing along press release from MoDOT about Closing Lanes on Memorial, Walnut for Design Work
MoDOT Updates Schedule for I-64 Double Deck Resurfacing Project
Passing along latest release from MoDOT Updating the Schedule for I-64 Double Deck Resurfacing Project
Gemma Bitzenburg Receives Training and Finds Employment Through SLATE
The success story of a job seeker who struggled with personal issues and unemployment, helped by WIA funded program at SLATE
City of St. Louis Special Needs Registry honored by Harvard’s Ash Center
City of St. Louis Special Needs Registry honored by Harvard’s Ash Center
Mayor Slay Forms the City’s First Animal Cruelty Task Force
Mayor Slay Forms the City’s First Animal Cruelty Task Force
Commentary from Comptroller Office
Commentary from Comptroller Darlene Green on recent Board of Estimate and Apportionment meeting to support a $300,000 transfer that will increase funding for enhancing “Hot Spot” policing efforts.
Volunteers Needed for Trash Bash
Information about Volunteers being Needed for River des Peres Watershed Trash Bash
Mayor, Alderman propose legislation to reduce cell phone theft
Mayor, Alderman propose legislation to reduce cell phone theft
MoDOT Closes All Westbound Lanes on I-64 Downtown This Weekend
Latest news from MoDOT on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012.
Local Labor Market Summary, July 2012
Local Labor Market Summary from MERIC includes new job postings, top ten industries, biggest employers and occupations accounted for the most job openings.
Mayor Supports Mediation Program To Assist Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Mayor Supports Mediation Program To Assist Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Mayor Slay, City to ramp up hot spot policing to reduce crime
Mayor Slay, City to ramp up hot spot policing to reduce crime
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - No Texting While Driving
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans.
Comptroller Green Reaches Out to SLU
Comptroller Green reaches out to SLU to increase police presence
Comptroller Green Reaches Out to SLU
Comptroller Darlene Green said she will support the request for a $300,000 transfer to increase funding for “Hot Spot” policing efforts at the upcoming E & A meeting on Wednesday, September 19, 2012.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - West Nile Virus
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and pertinent information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
SLATE Executive Director Lauded As Public Sector Executive of the Year
SLATE Executive Director Lauded As Public Sector Executive of the Year
Rising from the Flood
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Are You Prepared?
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
MoDOT Closes Pine Street Ramp to Eastbound I-64
Latest release from MoDOT about Downtown St. Louis road closures
MoDOT Closes All Westbound Lanes on I-64 in City Tonight
Today's release from MoDOT about its Closing All Westbound Lanes on I-64 in St. Louis City Tonight
City Garden Montessori Celebrates Grand Opening
Photo from the City Garden Montessori Celebrates Grand Opening event on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012.
Copy of 2012 Greater Saint Louis Hispanic Festival
Newsgram item based on recent release about the upcoming 2012 Greater Saint Louis Hispanic Festival
Casa Loma Ballroom to Celebrate 85th Anniversary
Newsgram item based on news release from Casa Loma Ballroom
Program Trains For Health Information Careers
Program Trains For Health Information Careers
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Emergency Preparedness Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
City Departments prepare for possible heavy rain, storms this weekend
City Departments prepare for possible heavy rain, storms this weekend
SLATE Executive Director Michael Holmes Re-elected President of TEAM
SLATE Executive Director Michael Holmes Re-elected President of TEAM
Cycling and Sustainability
Summary of various cycling initiatives taking place in the City of St. Louis
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Crimestoppers
Weekly newsletter form the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
City Receives Grant for New Equipment
News release from the St. Louis Fire Department regarding a Grant for carbon monoxide pulse oximeters
SLATE Announces GM Employment Opportunities
SLATE Announces GM Employment Opportunities
MoDOT Road Closures in Downtown St. Louis Aug. 16-22, 2012
Latest news from MoDOT regarding Road Closures in Downtown St. Louis from Aug. 16-22, 2012, weather permitting
Road Closures for 'The Color Run' this Saturday in Downtown St. Louis
News announcement about the Road Closures that will occur for 'The Color Run' this Saturday in Downtown St. Louis
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - School Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Contractors To Provide Youth Services
SLATE Announces Contractors To Provide Youth Services
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Spectacular Activities
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Announces Trucking Industry Information Session For Veterans
SLATE Announces Trucking Industry Information Session For Veterans
Serb Fest 2012
Photo of dancers from Serb Fest 2012, held Aug. 4 and 5, 2012.
FY12 Year End
FY12 Year end press release
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Upcoming Events
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting Upcoming Events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
FY12 Year End Press Release
Press Release Fiscal 2012 year end numbers.
Veterans Receive Advice On Entering A Career in Finance
Panelists reveal successful strategies for landing a job in finance industry to veterans willing to learn new skills
2012 Summer Cool Down Luncheon Photo Gallery
Photos from the 2012 Summer Cool Down Luncheon at Five Star Senior Center on July 11, 2012.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Back-to-School Prep
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood events and information of importance to St. Louisans and visitors
Retraining Assistance Available at SLATE for Qualified Veterans
New federal program to help returning veterans to find employment in the civilian marketplace
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Pool Safety
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Night Out 2012
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
City announces new severe weather program
City announces new severe weather program
June 2012 CompTimes
June 2012 CompTimes
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - It's Our Region
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and information of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
City recommends heat precautions
City recommends heat precautions
Spring Jubilee 2012 in Photos
Spring Jubilee 2012 in Photos
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - When Temperatures Soar
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events in city neighborhoods of interest to residents and visitors alike.
Summer Jobs Hard To Find For Teens
SLATE funds valuable work experience for fourteen teens this summer
Public Safety Director's Spotlight Postscript
Additional late breaking item to this week's Public Safety Director's Spotlight
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Open Streets 2012
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors
City of St. Louis Goes Google
City of St. Louis Goes Google
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fireworks
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
SLATE Announces Dates For Financial Literacy Workshop in June
Newly added workshop will teach attendees to take care of their finances while looking for employment
Local Labor Market Summary in May
Local Labor Market Summary from MERIC includes new job postings, top ten industries, biggest employers and occupations accounted for the most job openings.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight Postscript
Additional item for this week's Public Safety Director's Spotlight
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Picnics, Concerts and More!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans
2012 Lifesaving Awards Photo Gallery II
More photos from this year's Lifesaving Awards that were held on May 23, 2012 at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park.
2012 Lifesaving Awards Photo Gallery I
Photos from the 2012 Lifesaving Awards Photo Gallery (one of two)
May 2012 Comp Times
May edition of Comptroller's Office
City Website Transitions to Responsive Design
City Website Transitions to Responsive Design
Public Safety Director's Spotlight Postscript
Additional item for this weeks' Public Safety Director's Spotlight on Neighborhood Activities
City offers special utility assistance for low-income seniors and disabled residents
City offers special utility assistance for low-income seniors and disabled residents
City of St. Louis Hires Acting Corrections Commissioner
News announcement about the City of St. Louis hiring an acting Corrections Commissioner
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Make A Hot Weather Plan
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events and items of interest to St. Louisans.
City Receives Grant to Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms
News release from the St. Louis Fire Department about receiving a Grant to Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Saluting Our Heroes
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
SLATE To Assist Congressman Clay Job Fair
SLATE To Assist Congressman Clay Job Fair
2012 Lifesaving Awards
Media advisory regarding the 2012 Lifesaving Awards
SLATE To Offer Training Opportunity In Healthcare
Job seekers interested in obtaining certificates of proficiency in healthcare now can get it at no cost at SLATE
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Police Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Presentation of Liberty Mutual Firemark Award
News release from the St. Louis Fire Department about the latest Presentation of Liberty Mutual Firemark Award to two St. Louis Firefighters
How to Help Former Residents of Riverfront Encampments
News release from Human Services on how to Help Former Residents of Riverfront Encampments
Public Safety Statement on New Tent Cities
Statement of the St. Louis Public Safety Director Eddie Roth on New Tent Cities
City is Going Google Employee Website is Up!
Link to website introducing City employees to the newly introduced Google tools.
SLATE Intensifies Services for Emergency Unemployment Compensation Recipients
SLATE Intensifies Services for Emergency Unemployment Compensation Recipients
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Small Business Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Sustainability Summit II
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
SLATE Works In Partnership To Bring Employment Services To Veterans
SLATE Partners With Business Community To Offer Employment Services To Veterans
SLATE Offers Workshop On Financial Literacy
New program teaches job seekers maintain their living on a budget; finds financial resources available
April 2012 Comp Times
April edition of Comp Times Employee Newsletter
Important Crime Reduction Meeting
News announcement about Important Crime Reduction Meeting to discuss recommendations for promoting the perception of safety and reducing risk of criminal activities.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Crime Victims' Rights Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Forest Park Trolley Season Starts April 16
Passing along a news release from Metro St. Louis Transit that the Forest Park Trolley Season Starts April 16
City Announces Final Plan to Re-House Riverfront Encampment Occupants
City Announces Final Plan to Re-House Riverfront Encampment Occupants
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Celebrate St. Louis Sports Teams
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
March 2012 Comp Times
March 2012 Comp Times
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Weekend of Fun Events
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities of interests to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Mayor Slay Signs Bike Parking Bill
Mayor Slay Signs Bike Parking Bill
Local Labor Market Summary
Local Labor Market Summary from MERIC includes new job postings, top ten industries, biggest employers and occupations accounted for the most job openings.
Fire Pension Statement
Comptroller Green's statement on Fire Retirement System.
National Nutrition Month 2012
National Public Health Week 2012
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Events
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting Neighborhood Events and activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
City secures grant to survey its mid-century modern buildings
City secures grant to survey its mid-century modern buildings
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Healthy Corner Stores
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and information of importance to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
City Website Outage Planned for March 21, 2012
The stlouis-mo.gov website will be unavailable during the maintenance window of 4 PM and 8 PM Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
St. Louis Fire Dept. Receives Grant for New Equipment
News announcement about the St. Louis Fire Dept. receiving a Grant for New Equipment
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Ready STL Campaign
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting information and events of importance to St. Louisans.
City's Emergency Management Agency Kicks Off 'Ready STL' Campaign
News announcement about the City's Emergency Management Agency Kicking Off its 'Ready STL' Campaign, encouraging everyone to sign up for emergency alert text messages via Nixle.
Women's History Month / Voter Awareness
Celebrate Women’s History month with Comptroller Darlene Green, State Representative Karla May, Committee Woman Mattie Moore, and the League of Women Voters as they bring awareness to the importance of being a registered voter.
Women's History Month / Voter Awareness
Smoke Alarm Blitz This Weekend
News announcement about the St. Louis Fire Department conducting a Smoke Alarm Blitz This Weekend
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Severe Weather Awareness
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and information of residents and visitors to St. Louis
2012 St. Patrick's Day Festivities
Information about the 2012 St. Patrick's Day Festivities in St. Louis
Dr. Seuss' 108th Birthday
Photo from Dr. Seuss' 108th Birthday celebrations
Habitata Awarded Flag Of Freedom Award
Mayor Slay urges local employers to hire Missouri's Heroes. In addition to Missouri Show-Me Heroes award, Habitata receives mayoral proclamation of appreciation.
City Asks Residents to Sign Up for Free Emergency Notifications
City Asks Residents to Sign Up for Free Emergency Notifications
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - "Arch Madness" Time
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
February 2012 Comp times
Comptroller Monthly newsletter discusses how employees stay fit for their hearts.
Mayor Slay Appoints Roth Public Safety Director
News announcement about Mayor Slay appointing Eddie Roth Public Safety Director
St. Louis Fire Dept. Urges Residents to Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Media advisory for presentation of carbon monoxide alarms to St. Louis Fire Dept. by First Alert
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Celebrate Black History Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlight neighborhood events and activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez!
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fun Events This Weekend
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting Fun Events coming up in the City
Progressive Insurance St. Louis Boat & Sportshow 2012
Passing along press release about the Progressive Insurance St. Louis Boat & Sportshow, Feb. 8 - 12, 2012
Affordable Housing Commission News and Announcements
Affordable Housing Commission News and Announcements
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Mardi Gras Fun & More
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and information of interest to St. Louisans
January 2012 Comp Times
January 2012 Comp Times
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Welcome Home the Heroes
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Enjoy Neighborhood Activities
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting Neighborhood Activities and special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Zia's on the Hill Check Presentation
Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson receives a check from Zia's on the Hill -- a donation to the St. Louis Fire Department Lifesaving Foundation.
SLATE Ready to Serve Local Returning Veterans
SLATE Ready to Serve Local Returning Veterans
MoDOT Closes Eastbound I-64, Ramps Downtown This Weekend
News release about MoDOT's plans to Close Eastbound I-64, Ramps Downtown This Weekend (Jan. 13-16, 2012)
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Enjoy a Variety of Activities
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to residents and visitors alike.
CANCELED - WILL BE RESCHEDULED Check Presentation to St. Louis Fire Dept. Lifesaving Foundation
Announcement about a Check Presentation to St. Louis Fire Dept. Lifesaving Foundation that will take place tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012
St. Louis Healthy Corner Store Project Seeking Nominations
News release about St. Louis Healthy Corner Store Project Seeking Nominations
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Be Prepared in the New Year
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and info of interest to St. Louisans.
MoDOT to Close EB I-64, Ramps Downtown this Weekend
Passing along a news release from MoDOT to Close EB I-64, Ramps Downtown this Weekend
Missouri Tech Crunch Forum to Identify Skills Gap In Local Workforce
Missouri Tech Crunch Forum to Identify Skills Gap In Local Workforce
SLATE Announces Dates for January Job Seeker Workshops
SLATE Announces Dates for January Job Seeker Workshops
Health Institute Harvest Festival
Health Institute Harvest Festival
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy New Year!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events, neighborhood activities of interest to residents and visitors.
December 2011 Comp Times
Newsletter, Comptroller's Office, City, employees, activities
SLATE To Help Local Returning Veterans
Gold Card Program will address employment needs of the returning veterans
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy Holidays!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Seasonal Fun for Everyone
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events in City neighborhoods
Mayor Slay teams with DuPont to Host Citywide Science in the School Day
Mayor Slay teams with DuPont to Host Citywide Science in the School Day
Mayor Slay Announces Holiday Card Contest Winner
Mayor Slay Announces Holiday Card Contest Winner
Mayor Slay's 2011 Holiday Card Design Contest Finalists
Old North Wins EPA Top Award
Old North Wins EPA Top Award
Missouri Division of Employment Security Warns Unemployment Claimants
A website scams unemployed workers to file unemployment benefits for a fee
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Concerts, Skating, Shopping
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities such as Concerts, Skating, Shopping of interest to St. Louisans
STLouis October Unemployment Rate Goes Down
Unemployment Rate and Job Market in the St. Louis City for October
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Holiday Fun
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
GM Referral Applications Available at SLATE for a Limited Time
GM Referral Applications Available at SLATE for a Limited Time
November 2011 Comp Times
Newsletter, Comptroller's Office, employees, November, events
Forest Park Bond Response
Comptroller Darlene Green's response to the Forest Park Forever Bond issue request to the Board of Aldermen
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy Thanksgiving
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting information and neighborhood activities, special events
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Winterization Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting information and special events of interest to St. Louisans
DED Releases October 2011 State Jobs Report
DED Releases October 2011 State Jobs Report
GM Jobs Are Not at SLATE Yet
GM Jobs Are Not at SLATE Yet
SLATE Announces Dates for November Job Seeker Workshops
SLATE Announces Dates for November Job Seeker Workshops
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Shop the City
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events of interest to the public.
Program Offers Education and Work Opportunities for StLouis Youth
Program Offers Education and Work Opportunities for StLouis Youth
City Residents Offered Free Firewood
City Residents Offered Free Firewood
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Honoring Our Veterans
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, special events of interest.
StLouis City Unemployment Rate Drops
StLouis City Unemployment Rate Drops
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Halloween Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting activities, events and useful information.
October 2011 Comp Times
October 2011 Comp Times
Cardinals Playoff Run Allows City to Postpone Furloughs
Cardinals Playoff Run Allows City to Postpone Furloughs
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - World Series in St. Louis
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and neighborhood activities. Focus on the World Series being in St. Louis
DED Releases September 2011 State Jobs Report
DED Releases September 2011 State Jobs Report
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Visit a Neighborhood Event
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Visit a Neighborhood Event
SLATE Receives Funding As Part Of Regional Bioscience Jobs Accelerator Grant
BioSTL, the coalition seeking to boost St. Louis' bioscience, has landed combined federal grants totaling $1.8 million
Mayor's Annual Business Celebration Luncheon 2011
St. Louis Fire Dept. to Conduct Smoke Detector Blitz
St. Louis Fire Dept. to Conduct Smoke Detector Blitz weekend of Oct. 8-9, 2011.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Fire Prevention Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting issues and activities in City neighborhoods.
MoDOT to Cut Ribbon on New Cass Avenue Bridge
Passing along info from MoDOT about their Cutting Ribbon on New Cass Avenue Bridge
MoDOT to Close Lanes on I-44 for Pavement Repairs October 5
Passing along a release from MoDOT about their Closing Lanes on I-44 for Pavement Repairs October 5
Washington Avenue is Named "Great Street" by American Planning Association
Washington Avenue is Named "Great Street" by American Planning Association
Peabody Opera House Opening Night
Brief photo gallery of Peabody Opera House Opening Night on Oct. 1, 2011.
September 2011 Comp Times
September 2011 Comp Times
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Grand Opening for a Grand Lady
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events and activities coming up in St. Louis
MoDOT to Permanently Close EB I-70 ramp to 10th Street Oct. 10
News release from Missouri Dept. of Transportation regarding MoDOT Permanently Closing EB I-70 ramp to 10th Street Oct. 10, 2011.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Community Education
Weekly newsletters from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and issues of importance to the community.
Public Access Defibrillation Program
News announcement about Public Access Defibrillation Program that's being kicked off in the St. Louis Public Schools
City to Increase Efforts to Relocate Homeless People from Riverfront
City to Increase Efforts to Relocate Homeless People from Riverfront
Open Streets Back for a Second Year
Open Streets Back for a Second Year
City to Restrict Area around 11th and Spruce
Historic Cupples 7 building has become structurally unsound.
City of St. Louis to Enact Parking Lot Regulations
City implements rules for parking lots to make lots safer and more secure.
City of St. Louis Hires New Civil Rights Enforcement Agency Director
City of St. Louis Hires New Civil Rights Enforcement Agency Director
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Celebrating Constitution Day
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood events and activities.
SLATE Announces Seminar On Unemployment Claims
SLATE Announces Seminar On Unemployment Claims
DED Releases August 2011 State Jobs Report
DED Releases August 2011 State Jobs Report
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Commemorating September 11 Attacks
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, events, issues of interest to St. Louisans and visitors.
Great Fire Engine Parade & Rally Tomorrow
News announcement about the Great Fire Engine Parade & Rally being set for Tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011)
Firefighters Candlelight Vigil Tonight
Firefighters Candlelight Vigil Tonight
The American Jobs Act
President's proposal on jobs creation
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Labor Day Weekend Activities
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events in St. Louis
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Neighborhood Activities
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting special events / issues/ Neighborhood Activities
SLATE Executive Director Elected President of Training and Employment Administrators of Missouri
SLATE Executive Director Elected President of Training and Employment Administrators of Missouri
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Celebrate St. Louis
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and issues of interest to St. Louisans
MoDOT to Close All Lanes on Eastbound I-64 in Downtown St. Louis This Weekend
News announcement from MoDOT about Closing all lanes on Eastbound I-64 in Downtown St. Louis This Weekend
Trucks Restricted at Broadway Exit Ramp on Eastbound I-70 This Saturday
News release from MoDOT about Trucks Restricted at Broadway Exit Ramp on Eastbound I-70 This Saturday
MoDOT to Close Two Lanes on Westbound I-64 Double Deck Thursday Night
MoDOT to Close Two Lanes on Westbound I-64 Double Deck Thursday Night
The Lines of Ward 20
The Lines of Ward 20
Michael Holmes Participates in State of StLouis Workforce Event
Michael Holmes Participates in State of StLouis Workforce Event
SLATE Hosts Senator McCaskill Press Conference on Jobs
SLATE Hosts Senator McCaskill Press Conference on Jobs
McCaskill: Jobs tour reveals need for better, more efficient training
McCaskill: Jobs tour reveals need for better, more efficient training
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Grow St. Louis
Weekly newsletter from the Director of Public Safety highlighting neighborhood activities, special events, and issues of interest to St. Louisans.
City's A+ Credit Rating Remains Strong Despite Federal Debt Downgrade
City's A+ Credit Rating Remains Strong Despite Federal Debt Downgrade
SLATE To Present Workforce Development Open House
SLATE To Present Workforce Development Open House
August 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Strong Neighborhoods
Weekly news from Public Safety Director Spotlighting events issues of importance to residents
On-The-Job Training Extended For Dislocated Workers
On-The-Job Training Extended For Dislocated Workers
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Night Out
Public Safety Director's weekly Spotlight on neighborhood activities and issues
'Biggest Loser' to hold St. Louis casting call
News announcement about NBC's show "Biggest Loser" holding a casting call in St. Louis area on Sat., Aug. 13
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Take Extra Care in Hot Weather
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood events issues
Mayor Announces Fourth Charter School to Open 2011-12 School Year
Mayor Announces Fourth Charter School to Open 2011-12 School Year
DED Releases June 2011 State Jobs Report
DED Releases June 2011 State Jobs Report
July 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Encourage Kids to Read this Summer
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and issues of interest to St. Louisans
Missouri receives 2 million dollars award for outstanding efforts in reemployment for dislocated workers
Missouri receives OJT and OJT NEG grants to re-employ dislocated workers
SLATE Executive Director Elected to NAWDP Board of Directors
SLATE Executive Director Elected to NAWDP Board of Directors
SLATE Announces Healthcare Job Fair
SLATE Missouri Career Center, a service provided by the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE), will partner with Magellan Health Services, St. Louis’ leading diversified specialty health care management organization, to assist with a Job Fair for Medical Claims professionals seeking employment. Staffing for this event is provided by area’s Missouri Career Centers of St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County.
Here's How to Help Stray Rescue
Here's How to Help Stray Rescue
Latest Info on Celebrate St. Louis Summer Concerts
Press release from Celebrate St. Louis about moving the Celebrate St. Louis Summer Concerts due to flooding
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Water Safety Tips
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood events and activities and issues
Missouri GED Transcripts Are Now Online
Missouri GED Transcripts Are Now Online
SLATE Announces June Professional Event
The next installment of the SLATE Employment Transition Series (SETS) is a professional event for those interested in jobs in non-profit organizations
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Happy 4th of July!
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities, issues.
City to Require Parking Lot Attendants as Part of Initiative to Reduce Car Break Ins
City to Require Parking Lot Attendants as Part of Initiative to Reduce Car Break Ins
SLATE Employment Transition Serience (SETS) Announces June Professional Event
Mayor, Sustainability Experts, Business Leaders to Announce New Benchmarks for City Government
Mayor, Sustainability Experts, Business Leaders to Announce New Benchmarks for City Government
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Summer Weather Tips
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Summer Weather Tips
Lambert Airport Bonds A Big Hit With Investors
Lambert Airport Bonds A Big Hit With Investors news release
Mayor, Police Chief, Circuit Attorney Announce IBM Smarter Cities Findings
Mayor, Police Chief, Circuit Attorney Announce IBM Smarter Cities Findings
Mayor Slay to seek package to repair tornado-damaged homes
Mayor Slay to seek package to repair tornado-damaged homes
Kiku Obata Receives Minority Business Spotlight Award
Minority Business Spotlight Award
U. S. Marines to Build Operation Brightside Garden
U. S. Marines to Build Operation Brightside Garden
Patriot Flag to Visit St. Louis
Media Advisory about the 9/11 Patriot Flag to Visit St. Louis on Sunday, June 19
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Marine Week St. Louis
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting upcoming events and activities. This week's focus - Marine Week St. Louis
Homelessness spreads in Missouri suburbs
Homelessness spreads in Missouri suburbs
Domestic Partnership Registry
Domestic Partnership Registry
Redrawing the Legislative Districts
Redrawing the Legislative Districts
Parking Restrictions for Marine Week
Parking Restrictions for Marine Week
City, St. Patrick Center get $600k to help homeless veterans
City, St. Patrick Center get $600k to help homeless veterans
June 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Men's Health Week
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting issues and events of interest to St. Louisans.
Parking Restrictions for Komen Race
Announcement about Parking Restrictions for Komen Race
Hot Weather Tips
Hot Weather Tips
St. Louis Fire Department's Life Saving Awards 2011 (Part 2)
More photos from the St. Louis Fire Department's Life Saving Awards 2011 (Part 2)
Business Assistance Center
Business Assistance Center helps City businesses
SLATE Welcomes New Board Members
SLATE Welcomes New Board Members
St. Louis Fire Department's Lifesaving Awards 2011
Photo Gallery for St. Louis Fire Department's Lifesaving Awards 2011
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - National Safety Month
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and issues of interest to St. Louisans
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Fun
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Memorial Day Holiday Weekend Fun
SLPS High School Students Complete CERT Training Given by City's Emergency Management Agency
News announcement about a ceremony to recognize Gateway High School Students who complete CERT Training Given by City's Emergency Management Agency
City Adopts New Animal Restraint Policy
City Adopts New Animal Restraint Policy
SLATE Announces May Professional Event
SLATE Announces May Professional Event
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Celebrating Armed Forces Day
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood events and celebrations.
Donation of Broselow Pediatric Equipment Bags
Fire Department announcement about the Donation of 14 Broselow Pediatric Equipment Bags.
Ward 14 June Bulletin
ward 14 june bulletin
Life Saving Awards Ceremony
Media advisory about the Life Saving Awards Ceremony
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Honoring Police and Emergency Medical Personnel
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting issues and upcoming activities
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Honoring Corrections Professionals
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting issues and events of interest
May 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
stlouis-mo.gov website outages expected between 5 PM and Midnight Friday, May 6, 2011
stlouis-mo.gov website outages expected between 5 PM and Midnight Friday, May 6, 2011
St. Louis Opens Region's First Bicycle Commuter Station
St. Louis Opens Region's First Bicycle Commuter Station
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Being Prepared
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting Neighborhood Activities and commenting on current events.
All City Employees Encouraged to Participate in the Great Central U.S. Shakeout
News announcement about All City Employees being Encouraged to Participate in the Great Central U.S. Shakeout on Thurs. April 28
Mayor Announces Three New Charter Schools
Mayor Announces Three New Charter Schools
Lambert successful in resuming 70% of flights on Sunday
Lambert successful in resuming 70% of flights on Sunday
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Family Garden
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities and items of interest
Pet Airways Announces New St. Louis Service
Pet Airways Announces New St. Louis Service
Help St. Louis Plant More Trees
Help St. Louis Plant More Trees
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - St. Louis Serves Day
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting events and neighborhood activities of interest to St. Louisans.
Gary Sinise to Host Concert
Photos from the news conference announcing Gary Sinise to Host Concert
Annual Benton Park West Dog Park Spring Fling
Brief item about the Annual Benton Park West Dog Park Spring Fling
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Thank You!
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director, spotlighting activities
Health-Alert-Turkey-Burger-Product-Recall
Health Alert Turkey Burger Product Recall
Donation of Thermal Imaging Device
News release about the Donation of a Thermal Imaging Device to the St. Louis Fire Department by Eagle Bank & Trust Company of St. Louis
April 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Website Migration is Completed
Website Migration is Completed and stlouis-mo.gov is now the Official City of St. Louis Website
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Safety is NO Accident
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director, Spotlighting neighborhood activities and public safety issues.
Fresh ideas abound with young managers
With young managers, fresh ideas abound
Volunteer for St. Louis Serves Day
Volunteer for St. Louis Serves Day
Public Safety Director's Spotlight: Poison Prevention Awareness
Public Safety Director's weekly Spotlight on neighborhood activities and safety information This week is Poison Prevention Awareness Week
Transformation Grant
Transformation Grant information
Public Safety Director's Spotlight: Flood Safety Awareness
Weekly newsletter from Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood activities with emphasis on a Safety topic
Fireman's Retirement System Demands Millions More
Fireman's Retirement System Demands Millions More
St. Louis Wins IBM Smarter Cities Grant
St. Louis Wins IBM Smarter Cities Grant
SWITCH - Liberate Your Brand Receives Mayor's Spirit Award
SWITCH - Liberate Your Brand receives Mayor's Spirit Award March 10, 2011
Neighborhood News
Selected news articles pertaining to City neighborhoods
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Severe Weather
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting neighborhood events and other timely information
The Salvation Army: The Railton
The Salvation Army: The Railton receives the MO Preservation Award
Free Nixle Service is a Must for Everyone
Brief announcement about how important it is for citizens to sign up for Free Nixle Service
Green remarks on HB26
Green remarks on HB26
No Siren Test Today
Notice that CEMA will not conduct its usual 11 a.m. 1st Monday of the month Test of the outdoor warning system
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - March 3, 2011
Public Safety Director's Spotlight on neighborhood activities coming up the weekend - March 3, 2011
SLATE Offers Math Classes On Site
SLATE Offers Math Classes On Site
Grand Bridge to Close between Chouteau and I-64
Grand Bridge to Close between Chouteau and I-64
March 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Feb. 24, 2011
Weekly information from the Public Safety Director, spotlighting weekend activities for last weekend in Feb. 2011
First INC Yourself 2011 Seminar Gets Participants Ready For Business
First INC Yourself 2011 Seminar Gets Participants Ready For Business
Check Presentation
Check Presentation to St. Louis Fire Department Lifesaving Foundation by Scott Safety Corporation
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Feb. 16, 2011
Information from the Public Safety Director about neighborhood events and activities for the coming weekend.
City Makes Donations Available to Stray Rescue for Capital Improvements
City Makes Donations Available to Stray Rescue for Capital Improvements
City Offices Closed Monday, Feb 21
City Offices Closed Monday Feb 21
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Feb. 11, 2011
Public Safety Director's Spotlight on neighborhood activities for the coming weekend and other timely information
City Offices Closed Feb 11
City Offices Closed Feb 11
Sculpture donated to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Leonardo Nierman donates "Flying Sensation" sculpture to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Inc Yourself Business Seminar Rescheduled
Inc. Yourself Business Seminar Rescheduled news release
February 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Feb. 2, 2011
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Feb. 2, 2011 highlights upcoming neighborhood events.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Jan. 27, 2011
Weekly newsletter from the Director of Public Safety highlighting events for the coming weekend and passing along timely information.
City Establishes Rules on Homeless Encampments
News announcement outlining rules City has Established regarding homeless encampments.
St. Louis Mayor's Ball 2011 Set
Information about this year's St. Louis Mayor's Mardi Gras Ball
Union Pacific Steam Locomotive to Stop in St. Louis
Announcement that the Union Pacific Railroad's Great Excursion Adventure will make a stop in St. Louis later this year.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Jan. 20, 2011
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director Spotlighting events for that weekend in the City of St. Louis
Mayor Slay Announces 2010 Holiday Card Design Winner
Mayor Slay Announces 2010 Holiday Card Design Winner
City Selected to Help Design Sustainability Online Platform
City Selected to Help Design Sustainability Online Platform
City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Money, Energy
City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Money, Energy
City of St. Louis, Ameren Missouri Save Residents Money and Decrease the City’s Carbon Footprint
City to save residents money on energy bills
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Jan. 12, 2011
Weekly newsletter from the Public Safety Director regarding current events and special events in St. Louis City for the coming weekend.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Jan. 5, 2011
Public Safety Director's Spotlight newsletter about events coming up in St. Louis and other pertinent information.
January 2011 CompTimes
Comptroller's Office Employee Newsletter
St. Louis Smoke Free Air Act Arrives with the New Year
Newsgram item about the City of St. Louis going smoke-free on Jan. 2, 2011.
Poster of Mayor Slay's 2010 Holiday Card Design Contest Winnters
Mayor Announces Winner of Holiday Card Contest
Mayor Slay invited Holiday Card Contest winners and finalists for special reception in his office
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Dec. 28
Public Safety Director's weekly Spotlight on neighborhood activities.
Mayor Slay invites City residents to morning of fun, fitness
Mayor Slay Welcomes Residents to Open Streets
Public Safety Director's Spotlight - Dec. 23
Public Safety Director's Spotlight on upcoming activities for remaining days of 2010.
Comptroller Green To Sponsor Business Seminar
Comptroller Green To Sponsor Business Seminar
Site Update: Events, Newsgram, and Page Tools
Organization event pages have been updated based on feedback, the Newsgram navigation has been fixed, and page tools have been added to more places.
Monday Update: Calendar, Featured Articles, Services
New calendar features are ready, how to get your department featured on landing pages, and service page tagging.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight Dec. 16
Neighborhood activities for the coming weekend.
City Earns A+ Long-Term Credit Rating and Stable Outlook Affirmation
City Earns A Plus Long Term Credit Rating and Stable Outlook Affirmation press release
CSB Cityworks Spotlight
Spotlight on City's use of Cityworks, a GIS-based service request system, to improve efficiency.
Public Safety Director's Spotlight on Neighborhood Activities Dec. 10
Public Safety Director's weekly Spotlight newsletter on events in city neighborhoods as well as safety tips on various topics.
First Night 2010
Alcohol Free Family Friendly New Years Eve Celebration in Grand Center Fireworks at midnight
Public Safety Director's Spotlight on Neighborhood Activities Dec. 03
Public Safety Director's weekly newsletter relaying safety tips and information about neighborhood events.
About stlouis-mo.gov
The City of St. Louis is introducing stlouis-mo.gov, take a sneak preview of the next generation City website.
The Grove
The Grove
November 2010 CompTimes
Open Streets Sunday, Sept 19 - From Citygarden to Tower Grove Park
Open Streets Sunday, Sept 19 - From Citygarden to Tower Grove Park
Comptroller Green Working To Defeat Earnings Tax Repeal
News Release: Comptroller Green Working To Defeat Earnings Tax Repeal
Gardening Project at MSI Bears Fruit
Gardening Project at MSI Bears Fruit
City Receives $1.5 Million HUD Grant
City Receives $1.5 Million HUD Grant
Join the Mayor's Vanguard Cabinet
Tucker Tunnel
News and Announcements
Board of Election Commissioners news, announcements, and releases
Mayor Slay Celebrates Complete Streets Law
Mayor Slay Celebrates Complete Streets Law
Spirit Award Information
St. Louis Tops Nation in Volunteering
St. Louis Tops Nation in Volunteering
Mayor Slay Announces Summer Jobs Program
Mayor Slay Announces Summer Jobs Program
City of St. Louis Resumes Twice-a-Week Trash Collection
City of St. Louis Resumes Twice-a-Week Trash Collection
Protocol for Evacuating Tucker Tunnel Construction Site
Protocol for Evacuating Tucker Tunnel Construction Site
Mayor Slay, Chief Isom Discuss Census Door-to-Door Efforts
Press Release | Mayor Slay, Chief Isom Discuss Census Door-to-Door Efforts
City of St. Louis, Boeing Present Open Streets
City of St. Louis, Boeing Present Open Streets
City, Schnucks, Census Bureau Encourage St. Louisans to "March to the Mailbox"
City, Schnucks, Census Bureau Encourage St. Louisans to "March to the Mailbox"
Photo & Video Galleries
The latest photo and video galleries submitted by City departments
Selected News and Alerts
Selected news and alerts about Lambert - St. Louis International Airport
News and Alerts
News and Alerts
News and Alerts
News and Alerts
Mayor Slay to Celebrate Grand Opening of Highlands Golf Course
Mayor Slay to Celebrate Grand Opening of Highlands Golf Course
Importance of Stimulus Funding for Police
Importance of Stimulus Funding for Police
City, Schuncks, Census Bureau Encourage "March to the Mailbox"
4.9.10 City, Schuncks, Census Bureau Encourage "March to the Mailbox"
Mayor Slay to Welcome Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany
Mayor Slay to Welcome Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany
Mayor Slay Urges People to Fill Out and Mail In Census Form
Mayor Slay Urges People to Fill Out and Mail In Census Form
City of St. Louis Solicits Public Input to Address Budget Shortfall
Press Release | City of St. Louis Solicits Public Input to Address Budget Shortfall
City Works To Stop Car Break-Ins
City Works To Stop Car Break-Ins
Mayor Announces EITC Availability
Mayor Announces EITC Availability
Mayor Slay Calls For Day Of Service On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Mayor Slay Calls For Day Of Service On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
City Receives Additional $8 Million for Homeless Programs
City Receives Additional $8 Million for Homeless Programs
Mayor Slay, Governor Nixon, US Commerce Secretary Locke Announce Major Economic Recovery Grant
Mayor Slay, Governor Nixon, US Commerce Secretary Locke Announce Major Economic Recovery Grant
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2009 Holiday Card Design
Mayor Slay Announces Winner of 2009 Holiday Card Design
St. Louis Receives Award for Municipal Excellence from the National League of Cities
St. Louis Receives Award for Municipal Excellence from the National League of Cities
City Holds National Project Homeless Connect
City Holds National Project Homeless Connect
City Opens Clay School Homeless Prevention Hub
City Opens Clay School Homeless Prevention Hub
First of Two New City Recreation Centers Now Open to the Public
First of Two New City Recreation Centers Now Open to the Public
City Announces Emergency Measures to Address Life-Threatening Weather Conditions
City Announces Emergency Measures to Address Life-Threatening Weather Conditions

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