Services and Information

Departments and Agencies

  • Animal Care and Control
    Ensuring the health and safety of City of St. Louis residents and companion animals through the enforcement of pet-related ordinances, and the promotion of pet safety and responsible pet ownership.
  • Board of Election Commissioners for the City of St. Louis
    The Board of Election Commissioners is a state mandated agency which conducts all public elections within the City. The division is responsible for the registration of voters and maintenance of voter registration records.
  • Board of Equalization
    Board of Equalization responsibilities, meetings, agendas.
  • Brightside St. Louis
    Dedicated to cleaning, greening St. Louis since 1982
  • Citizens' Service Bureau (CSB)
    The Citizens' Service Bureau's (CSB) purpose is to effectively and efficiently register and route city service requests, answer citizen requests for information, and provide City departments with statistics as needed.
  • Collector of Revenue
    The Collector of Revenue's office is responsible for collecting real estate and personal property taxes, water-refuse bills, and earnings and payroll taxes for the City of St. Louis.
  • Forestry Division
    Report tree problems and high weed and grass, tree inventory, compost, ash borer information,
  • Health Department
    The Department of Health is responsible for the health and safety of the community.
  • MO Department of Revenue St. Louis City Hall Fee Office: CLOSED
    The Department of Revenue Licensing Office in City Hall closed on May 18.
  • Neighborhood Stabilization Division (NSD)
    Empowering residents to sustain a quality environment within their neighborhood through effectively and efficiently registering and routing City services, providing information, assistance, education, and intervention.
  • Recycling Program
    Find City recycling services, drop-off locations, submit requests for recycling service and file complaints. Follow links to to learn what goes in your blue recycling bin and beyond.
  • Refuse Division
    The Refuse Division is responsible for collection and disposal of residential waste and also coordinates efforts to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills, such as recycling, composting, and waste reduction.
  • Soulard Market
    Hours of Operation, Daily Vendor Participation, Market Ordinances and Rules, Stand Rental, and Contact information.
  • St. Louis Poet Laureate
    The Saint Louis Poet Laureate will promote the art of poetry and encourage literacy and learning throughout the Saint Louis region.
  • Street Division
    The Street Division is responsible for street maintenance such as patching potholes, snow plowing, and street sweeping along with street lighting, street signs, and traffic signals
  • Traffic and Lighting Division
    The City of St. Louis Traffic Division maintains traffic signals, traffic signage, traffic painting and striping, and street lighting.

Online Applications and Forms

Downloadable Forms

Laws, Bills, and Policies

  • Board Bills
    Legislation introduced by Aldermen in the form of bills.
  • Building Codes Adopted by the City
    Building Codes adopted by the City of St. Louis
  • City Charter
    The Charter is the constitution of the City of St. Louis and the plan for the government of the city.
  • City Code and Revised Code
    The Revised Code of the City of St. Louis is a compilation of ordinances which are generally enforceable throughout the city.
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 73
    An executive order declaring a state of emergency in the City of St. Louis following historic rainfall and flash flooding
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 74
    An Executive Order relating to the creation and funding of the position of Senior Advisor of Children, Youth, and Families in the City of St. Louis
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 75
    An executive order establishing a volunteer commission to explore and recommend opportunities for reparations in the City of St. Louis.
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 77
    An Executive Order relating to the support and protection of trans residents in the City of St. Louis.
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 78
    Executive Order 78 establishes transparency and accountability measures for surveillance technology utilized by the City of St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD)
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 79
    An Executive Order relating to the Division of Civilian Oversight of the City of St. Louis and its boards, specifically the Civilian Oversight Board (COB) and the Detention Facilities Oversight Board (DFOB).
  • Mayor Executive Order No. 80
    An Executive Order establishing a Long-Term Revenue Advisory Council

Plans and Reports

Maps and GIS

Meeting Materials

See Also

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