Global Education Provider Launches in St. Louis
Aug 11, 2020 | St. Louis Development Corporation Global Education Provider Launches in St. Louis doc
Comptroller Green statement on recall effort funded by airport privatization backers
Aug 10, 2020 | Office of the Comptroller We must reject any and all attempts to threaten or harass elected officials who will stand up to special interests, period.
Mayor Krewson Statement Regarding the Expansion of “Operation Legend” to the City of St. Louis
Aug 06, 2020 | Department of Public Safety, Office of the Mayor Expansion adds resources to help investigate violent crimes, make arrests, and deter additional violent offenses across the City
Electric Vehicle Pilot Program Coming To St. Louis Senior Service Agency And Community Groups
Jul 30, 2020 | Office of the Mayor, Planning & Urban Design Agency St. Louis Vehicle Electrification Rides for Seniors (SiLVERS) to be implemented by advocacy group Forth for St. Louis Area on Aging, North Newstead Association, City Seniors Inc., and North Side Youth and Senior Service Center
Comptroller Darlene Green hosts American Red Cross blood drive August 12
Jul 29, 2020 | Office of the Comptroller For more information or to schedule an appointment to donate, call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org.
City of St. Louis Moves to Close Businesses for Ignoring COVID-19 Public Health Requirements
Jul 27, 2020 | Department of Health, Office of the Mayor Applies to non-compliant businesses that have previously received cease and desist letters from the City’s Department of Health but have continued to openly disregard rules
Skinker DeBaliviere Traffic Study Survey Results
Jul 24, 2020 | Board of Public Service Notice of Public Meeting to review the results of the traffic survey and provide input on proposed traffic calming treatments.
August 4, 2020 Primary Frequently Asked Questions
Jul 17, 2020 | Board of Election Commissioners The Board of Elections has put together some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the August 4, 2020 Primary.
St. Louis City Business Reopening Capacity Expansion Paused
Jul 17, 2020 | Department of Health Due to the alarming upward trending of COVID-19 cases over the past week the City of St. Louis Department of Health has announced that business operations in the City will remain at 75% capacity until further notice.
Small Businesses Severely Impacted by COVID-19 to Begin Receiving $5,000 Grants from Mayor Krewson’s CARES Act Relief Package
Jul 17, 2020 | Office of the Mayor, St. Louis Development Corporation As early as today, small businesses in the City of St. Louis will begin receiving grants from Mayor Lyda Krewson’s federal CARES Act relief package
Comptroller Green supports selection of Cure Violence partners for Walnut Park and Dutchtown sites
Jul 15, 2020 | Office of the Comptroller With Board of Estimate & Apportionment approval, selection of partners will allow the violence interruption program to begin.
Mayor Krewson Announces Applications Now Available for City Residents Needing Rental & Mortgage Assistance
Jul 15, 2020 | Department of Human Services, Office of the Mayor Applications are now being accepted for City residents needing rental and mortgage assistance as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
- St. Louis City, St. Louis County Issuing Mandatory Mask Requirement to Slow COVID-19
- Mayor Krewson Statement Regarding the Expansion of “Operation Legend” to the City of St. Louis
- City of St. Louis Moves to Close Businesses for Ignoring COVID-19 Public Health Requirements
- St. Louis City Business Reopening Capacity Expansion Paused
- Mayor Krewson Announces Applications Now Available for City Residents Needing Rental & Mortgage Assistance
- Skinker DeBaliviere Traffic Study Survey Results
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