April 2014

This category contains 9 posts

Lemay Housing Partnership Breaks Ground on New Homes

It’s called Smith Place at Linn, and this soon-to-be developed subdivision will be quite a sight upon completion. The Lemay Housing Partnership in collaboration with St. Louis County, St. Louis County Port Authority, Midwest Bank Centre, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Wells Fargo is set to construct 10 energy-efficient and modern single-family, detached … Continue reading

St. Louis County Complete Streets will Connect the Community via Roads

The Department of Highways and Traffic is moving full speed ahead to implement its “Complete Streets” program. Officially passed as a County Council ordinance earlier this year, “Complete Streets” has been on Highways and Traffic’s radar screen for several years. Generally speaking, “Complete Streets” commits St. Louis County – when funding, right-of-way ownership, pavement width, … Continue reading

St. Louis County Parks & Recreation April Events

There are many special events and programs offered throughout the month of April. To learn more about these and many of the other programs and events that are held in St. Louis County’s 70 parks, recreation complexes and cultural sites, check out our Spring/Summer Activity Guide located on our website at http://www.stlouisco.com/parks or pick one … Continue reading

St. Louis Mosaic Project: Ambassadors Brainstorm to Increase Immigrant Engagement in the Community

The St. Louis Mosaic Project, whose goal is for St. Louis to become the fastest growing region for immigration by  2020, draws heavily upon the community to support its mission. The Mosaic Ambassador Program allows globally minded individuals passionate about the St. Louis Mosaic Project to lend their support through various activities that make our … Continue reading

New War Exhibit Opens at Jefferson Barracks Historic Park

A new exhibition at Jefferson Barracks Historic Park is examining how war affects life.  “The Homefront: V-Mail to Email” opened on Saturday and runs thru December. It is free and open to the public, Wednesday thru Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit, located in the Old Ordnance Museum building, includes a diverse set of objects, artifacts … Continue reading

Spanish Lake Community Association Readies May 3 Youth and Family Resource Fair

The Spanish Lake Youth and Family Council, in partnership with the Hazelwood School District, St. Louis County Government and the Spanish Lake Community Association, will sponsor its 8th Annual Youth and Family Resource Fair on Saturday May 3, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will take place at Twillman Elementary School, located at … Continue reading

St. Louis County Volunteer Corner-April

From driving around seniors in your community to helping adults and children with disabilities, there is a plethora  of volunteer opportunities throughout St. Louis County. Check out a couple below: Submit Volunteer Opportunities If you know of some volunteer opportunities in St. Louis County. Email them to Candace Jarrett, communication coordinator, cjarrett@stlouisco.com. Write Volunteer Opportunity in the subject … Continue reading

Signup for St. Louis County Planning Notifications

Did you know that you can get Planning Commission public hearing notices by email? In addition to seeing our signs posted on property, or getting a postcard if you live within 1,000 feet of a new site, you can stay informed about new rezonings in unincorporated St. Louis County by joining the County’s email subscription … Continue reading

Suit Up for April’s Career Recruitment Event

Grab your resume and let’s get to work. The St. Louis County Division of Workforce Development is always working to create more opportunities to keep residents employed. Here’s what’s coming up on April 17. Click here to view the flier.