December 2014

This category contains 16 posts

Dooley Administration Cleared of Allegations in Crime Lab Probe

News from Charlie A. Dooley Saint Louis County Executive St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley has received notice from the United States Attorney’s Office that its investigation to alleged contracting irregularities for the St. Louis County Police Crime Lab revealed no criminal wrongdoing on the part of the County Executive, members of his staff … Continue reading

A Portion of St. Louis County’s Packwood Park Renamed Bluff View Park

St. Louis County Parks has submitted legislation, which the St. Louis County Council approved, officially changing Packwood Park’s name in one portion. Packwood Park, which St. Louis County Parks acquired in 1987 for future development, is comprised of three units. One unit, which is leased to the City of Wildwood, has now been renamed Bluff View Park. … Continue reading

Don’t Miss St. Louis County’s Winter Wonderland, Open Until January 1

Since 1986 Saint Louis County Parks has been providing an extraordinary experience to the residents of St. Louis County and the surrounding area through the Winter Wonderland light display at Tilles Park. This spectacular display that includes over one million sparkling lights has become a St. Louis tradition. As families, friends and couples drive through … Continue reading

St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund takes its show on the road, Offers school providers a mobile meet and greet with support staff

This fall, the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF) took its show on the road to area school districts to meet and greet with counseling and student support services personnel. The goal of these sessions was to reach out to districts and increase awareness of personnel on CSF supported services available to help and provide … Continue reading

It’s the end of the year, Here’s how to pay your property taxes in St. Louis County while avoiding the lines

To assure you can still make a timely tax payment we, in St. Louis County Government, would like to remind you of the following alternate payment options: Pay by Mail: The property tax bills include self-addressed courtesy reply envelopes for mailing payments. Real property and personal property tax payments may be included on one check … Continue reading

St. Louis Mosaic Project Launches Immigrant Entrepreneurship Program

Just how important are entrepreneurs to our economy? We may not think of small businesses as the heart of the American economy, but research and experience indicate otherwise. Recently, the St. Louis Mosaic Project has targeted entrepreneurs to leverage the impactful role they have on technological innovation, job creation and overall economic growth in the … Continue reading

2014 St. Louis County Community Health Improvement Plan Now Available

The Saint Louis County Department of Health, in conjunction with the St. Louis County Partnership for a Healthy Community, is pleased to announce the public unveiling of the 2014 St. Louis County Community Health Improvement Plan (or “CHIP”). “The department has been working diligently for two years with the St. Louis County Partnership for a … Continue reading

MSD Asks St. Louis County Property Owners to Maintain Sewer Laterals

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) and property owners share responsibility for the sewer system.  MSD manages thousands of miles of sewers, transporting wastewater to one of seven sewer treatment plants.  Individual property owners are responsible for another important part of the system, the sewer lateral that connects a home’s plumbing to the public … Continue reading

St. Louis County Board of Elections Reminds Residents About Campaign Finance, April Election

2015 Election Cycle Campaign Finance Seminar      The St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners and the Missouri Ethics Commissioners are sponsoring the 2015 Campaign Finance Seminar. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning the laws of campaign finance. This seminar will include both new revisions and changes to … Continue reading

St. Louis County Strongly Advises Everyone Be Vaccinated Against Seasonal Flu

The Saint Louis County Department of Health is strongly advising that all residents be vaccinated against the seasonal flu. The flu has arrived earlier in the St. Louis area this year; the number of cases has more than tripled over the last two weeks. “We have seen significantly more cases – with half of the … Continue reading