Services and Information

Departments and Agencies

  • Business Assistance Center
    BAC facilitates the licensing and permitting of businesses in the City of St. Louis and acts as the ombudsman for the City business community.

Online Applications and Forms

Downloadable Forms

Laws, Bills, and Policies

Plans and Reports

  • Businesses of Old North United
    Old North St. Louis is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and is undergoing a rapid transformation with many new businesses and residents. The Businesses of Old North United is a community forum for businesses in Old North Saint Louis to exchange ideas and resources and seeks to attract new businesses and retain existing businesses.
  • Chippewa-Broadway Business Association
    Founded in 1923, the CBBA has worked continuously to create and foster a friendly, cooperative spirit among both businesses and residents for the betterment of the Chippewa-Broadway-Jefferson area. The association works to accomplish these goals through youth empowerment programs, beautification initiatives and special events.
  • City of St. Louis - Active RFPs, RFQs, RFIs
    City of St. Louis procurement feed of the latest active RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs
  • Communications Transmission System
    St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 23.64 DIVISION IV Communications Transmission Systems
  • Dogtown Business Merchants Association
    Home of the St. Patrick's Day Parade, Dogtown is a unique neighborhood with restaurants, pubs and distinctive shopping venues. The DBMA primarily facilitates the development of the Clayton-Tamm commercial district by facilitating events and marketing the district.
  • Downtown Dutchtown Business Association (DT2)
    Dutchtown is a diverse and centrally located neighborhood with many eclectic shops and populat restaurants. DT2 helps sharpen the competitiveness of existing business owners and recruit compatible new businesses in Dutchtown.
  • Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Research Data
    Data and Publications, Papers on regional economic trends
  • Forest Park South Business Association
    The Forest Park South Business Association encompasses the Forest Park Southeast and Central West End neighborhoods.The FPSBA advances the mutual interests of commercial, institutional and industrial entities with event promotion and sponsorship, public infrastructure development and community planning endeavors.
  • Grand Center
    Grand Center is a hub of art and cultural institutions in St. Louis. Grand Center is a non-profit that facilitates the growth and development of the district through planning initiatives and events.
  • Hampton-Chippewa Business Association
    The Hampton-Chippewa District is home to a wide-variety of businesses serving the needs of the neighborhood, from American-made boots to world famous custard. HCBA sponsors and hosts a range of community events.
  • Kingsway Merchants' Assocation
    The Kingsway Merchant's Association has been working since 1983 to support and improve the business vitality in the Kingsway Business District, one of our largest districts. The KMA is comprised of member businesses and other concerned residents, who are all working together for the continued support the business community by attracting and retaining businesses and events promotion.
  • Lafayette Square Business Association
    Lafayette Square is an upscale shopping and dining district containing some of the city's most beautiful architecture. The LSBA in partnership with residents facilitates business development in the neighborhood by developing and promoting special events and investing in physical improvements.
  • Locust Business District
    The Locust Business District is an emerging graphic arts/tech driven, entertainment and loft district in Midtown. The LBD is a community improvement district that promotes business development through aggressive event promotion, physical infrastructure development and neighborhood security.
  • Macklind Business District
    The Macklind Business District offers unique local services to the South Hampton community. The MBD promotes and maintains their unique mix of home-grown, local businesses along Macklind Avenue with events and beautification projects.
  • Ninth District Police Business Association
    The Ninth District is an alliance between businesses and the St. Louis Police Department. It fosters cooperation and support for the 9th District police officers and their work of protecting citizens and businesses in the 9th District.
  • Old North St. Louis Restoration Group
    Old North St. Louis is a diverse, up and coming neighborhood featuring the Crown Square Business Corridor and some of the city's most elegant vernacular architecture. Priding themselves for their rich history, as well as their exciting future, ONSL seeks to attract independent businesses to their newly developed mainstreet.
  • Online Plan Room
    Online Plan Room has detailed information on Requests For Proposals (RFPs) for professional services, and plans for City projects
  • Second District Police Business Association
    SDPBA is a coalition of businesses and the St. Louis Police Department created to foster a safe environment for businesses and residents in the Second district.
  • Skinker DeBaliviere Community Council Neighborhood Website
    Skinker-Debaliviere is a diverse residential neighborhood that contains the Loop Business District. SCBD manages the Delmar Commercial Committee, which promotes business development in the Loop and DeBaliviere Place.
  • Soulard Business Association
    Soulard or "the Island" is St. Louis' oldest neighborhood and boosts one of the largest Mardis Gras celebrations in the world; Soulard has features diverse shops, restaurants and bars. The Soulard Business Association supports and promotes the surrounding historic neighborhood through a variety of special events, public improvements and marketing campaigns.
  • South Broadway Merchants' Association
    The Carondolet neighborhood has a diversity of businesses from small shops and bars to industrial plants. SBMA strives to improve the overall business climate in the Carondelet neighborhood by partnering with local government and residents to attract and retain businesses.
  • South Grand Community Improvement District
    The South Grand District is a hub of the of St. Louis international community and offers a variety of ethnic restaurants, small shops and bars. The South Grand CID enhances the community by promoting safety, cleanliness, commercial tenant retention, and infrastructure improvements.
  • St. Louis Healthy Cornerstore Project
    The St. Louis Healthy Cornerstore Project is a partnership between the City of St. Louis, the University of Missouri Extension and St. Louis Development Corporation to improve neighborhood access to healthy, affordable foods.
  • St. Louis Small Business Monthly
    St. Louis Small Business Monthly is a monthly publication for small business owners
  • Telephone Company Alternative Tax
    Telephone Company Alternative Tax
  • The Hill Business Association
    The Hill Business Association serves to promote the internationally known Italian neighborhood of St. Louis. The HBA sponsors events that attract visitors, and in the process, promotes the business community of the Hill, which has grown to include unique specialty retail and restaurants.
  • The Loop Special Business District
    The Loop is a dynamic, entertainment and shopping District connecting University City and the City of Saint Louis. The Loop SBD invests in infrastructure, facilitates business development and retention and promotes events to develop and enhance the Loop District.
  • Tower Grove Business Association
    The Tower Grove Business Association has a variety of retail shops, restaurants and services along Morganford and nearby commercial corridors such as Tower Grove and Shaw. The TGBA promotes area businesses through unique events and efforts to attract and retain businesses.
  • U.S. Small Business Administration St. Louis Office
    The U.S. Small Business Administration provides loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
  • Watson Business District
    The Watson Business District is anchored by the Lindenwood Park neighborhood and contains many unique shops, medical and service firms, schools, churches, and exceptional restaurants and bars. The Watson Business District is an emerging business association that invests in projects to market and beautify the district.

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