August 2014

This category contains 13 posts

Check out these upcoming events in your St. Louis County Parks

Check out these upcoming events in your St. Louis County Parks: Catch & Release Fishing, Friday – Monday, April – October, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Lone Elk Park The lake at Lone Elk Park has quite a reputation for having tons of bass and huge bluegill and great crappie. Fishing is available by reservation … Continue reading

St. Louis County Dedicates its 71st Park, Celebrate Suson Farm’s 50th Anniversary September 12

The St. Louis County Parks and Recreation Department dedicated its 71st park on Friday, August 1. The new park – Schaefer Bend is a 15 acre park located in unincorporated north county near Lindbergh and Old Halls Ferry Rd. About 100 people were in attendance for the dedication. This new neighborhood park has more than … Continue reading

St. Louis County is Hiring, Apply Now!

St. Louis County has some open positions. Are you looking for work? Check out the below jobs now available and click here to apply. Note: please be aware of any application deadlines.  Here is a list of current position openings:   Position     Emp. Type     Salary     Closing Date   Accountant … Continue reading

RBC Helps Small Businesses in and near Ferguson with Reinvest North County Fund

  The St. Louis Regional Business Council (RBC) is responding to the needs of small business owners and families in wake of the Mike Brown shooting and looting aftermath in the City of Ferguson and surrounding communities including Dellwood. The RBC has created the Reinvest North County Fund, which seeks to provide immediate relief to … Continue reading

St. Louis County hosting Grandparents Fishing Day at Spanish Lake Park, Register by Sept. 5

The St. Louis County Human Services’ Older Resident Programs is hosting a fishing event for grandparents, 60 years and older, and their grandchildren. The event will take place at Spanish Lake Park on September 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meet at the James O’Mara Shelter, 12636 Spanish Pond Rd., Spanish Lake, MO, 63138. Bring … Continue reading

St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund seeks new ideas, partners to help area youth

The St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF) has launched its second new funding cycle this year in an effort expand its continuum of services addressing the behavioral health needs of County children and youth.  The Launch Funding Cycle is targeted to new organizations, not currently funded by the Children’s Services Fund, that deliver effective … Continue reading

New North County Aquatic Center Open Labor Day Weekend

North County Recreation Complex’s newest addition is open. Welcome the North County Aquatic Center!   The brand new aquatic center will be open for Labor Day weekend.   The outdoor pool features a lazy river, multiple slides, a water basketball court, zero-depth entry, play structures for kids and toddlers, a diving board and lap lanes. St. … Continue reading

Register to vote in the November General Election by October 8

As summer winds down and the cool breeze of fall fast approaches,the St. Louis County Board of Elections would like to keep voters informed on important issues. First, the recent Primary Election had a voter turnout of 29 percent, which is relatively high for a primary election and shows how strongly people cared about the … Continue reading

St. Louis Mosaic Ambassadors take initiative to create a more welcoming St. Louis

The St. Louis Mosaic Project, which has a goal to make St. Louis the fastest growing region in the United States for foreign-born by 2020, has continually drawn on community support to build awareness. The St. Louis Mosaic Project’s Ambassador Program was created for this purpose in 2013.. In just one year, the Ambassador Program … Continue reading

Despite Severe Winter, St. Louis County’s Salt Supply In Good Shape

Despite Severe Winter, County’s Salt Supply In Good Shape Last winter’s epic string of powerful ice and snow storms significantly depleted St. Louis County’s supply of rock salt. But Highways and Traffic officials say their salt domes will be full of the critical snow-melting chemical well in advance of the upcoming winter season. “We used … Continue reading