April 2013

This category contains 15 posts

St. Louis County In Select Company with New Commercial Code Program Rating

St. Louis County is in an elite class now that the Insurance Services Office has given the County’s Commercial Code Enforcement group its highest possible grade. “We’re just one of five communities in the entire country with a grade of “1,” and that’s great news for St. Louis County residents and business owners,” observed St. … Continue reading

Community Celebration Health Fair on Saturday, April 6th!

The Saint Louis County Department of Health is celebrating National Public Health Week with a Community Celebration health fair on Saturday, April 6th!  Come join us! DOWNLOAD Community Celebration Health Fair FLYER HERE! The event is being held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the new St. Louis County Health Campus at 6121 North … Continue reading

Age Smart…Age Well…in St. Louis County

St. Louis County residents, age 50 +, have an opportunity to learn computer skills and strategies for successful aging through the “Age Smart, Age Well” program sponsored by the Saint Louis County Department of Human Services. . “Age Smart, Age Well” offers various options for computer training, including Basics, Microsoft Windows, Word, Internet and Email.  Participants also attend … Continue reading

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Children and Youth

This year the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund Board invested over $1.8 million towards intensive outpatient programming (IOP) an intermediate level of care for children and youth experiencing mental health symptoms that interfere with daily functioning.   Intensive Outpatient Programs are intended to prevent inpatient hospitalization, provide stabilization, and a continuum of care after discharge … Continue reading

7th Annual Spanish Lake Youth and Family Resource Fair

The Spanish Lake Youth and Family Council, in partnership with the Hazelwood School District, St. Louis County and the Spanish Lake Community Association, will sponsor its 7th Annual Youth and Family Resource Fair on Saturday May 4th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Twillman Elementary School, 11831 Bellefontaine Road in Spanish Lake. DOWNLOAD 7th … Continue reading

Justice Services Volunteer Program

Justice Services is fortunate to have a strong Volunteer Program.  Many concerned citizens from the community willingly donate their time and expertise to help the inmate population of St. Louis County.  They put into action the belief that each person has personal dignity with the ability to change his/her life.  The volunteers provide a vital … Continue reading

Permanent Household Hazardous Waste Program Opens!

Residents from St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and Jefferson County can now make a reservation to drop off household hazardous waste (HHW) at the Lemay HHW Facility, located at 291 E. Hoffmeister Ave., 63125 (on the grounds of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s Lemay Waste Water Treatment Plant). To make a reservation, visit … Continue reading

Volunteers Needed For “Trash Bash”

MoDOT, Elected Officials, Community Leaders Pick Up Litter Saturday to Kick Off No MOre Trash! Bash ST. LOUIS – Take a few hours to make St. Louis beautiful this April during the annual No MOre Trash! Bash. Join the Missouri Department of Transportation, Missouri Department of Conservation, local elected officials, community leaders and volunteers to help … Continue reading

My Name Is Bentley

My Visit to Saint Louis County Animal Care & Control (STLCACC) Narrated by “Bentley”, on behalf of pets available for adoption at Animal Care & Control Hi!  My name is Bentley.  I am 2 years old and had been roaming some neighborhoods for a couple weeks before this “walks-on-two-feet” alpha male (Animal Control Officer or … Continue reading

It’s April…Park It…

2013 Automobile Event Series begins at the Museum of Transportation in April Car enthusiasts, in particular those that love Fords, will delight in the car show schedule planned by the Museum of Transportation this April. The first car show is the Mustang Round-up on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Everyone will … Continue reading