Category: St. Louis Government

20200401 Live with Mayor Lyda Krewson

City of St. Louis, MO

Mayor Lyda Krewson answers viewers questions on Facebook Live. Today’s topics of conversation: Census Day 2020 COVID-19 Join the next conversation at www.facebook.com/LydaSTL/ Original Source

Updated information for defendants during COVID-19

City of St. Louis, MO

All of City Court’s regular court sessions have been suspended under order of the Missouri Supreme Court and the City’s Stay At Home Order. Non-employee visitors are not permitted to enter 1520 Market, including the Customer Service and Cashier windows at City Courts. These measures will remain in effect until further notice, as public health

Updated information for attorneys during COVID-19

City of St. Louis, MO

During the temporary suspension of person to person court sessions due to COVID-19, the City Stay at Home Order, and the restrictions on access to the Court, the City Counselor’s office will continue to accept and process requests for recommendations by all the means listed on the How to Request a Prosecutor’s Recommendation in the

Visitors No Longer Allowed Inside City of St. Louis Buildings

City of St. Louis, MO

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – In light of COVID-19 and effective immediately, visitors will no longer be allowed inside City of St. Louis buildings until further notice. Drop-boxes have been placed at the Tucker Street entrance of City Hall and the main entrance of 1520 Market Street for individuals who need to make a payment or

City of St. Louis Restricts Vehicular Traffic Inside Several Parks

City of St. Louis, MO

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The City of St. Louis today moved to restrict vehicular traffic inside several of its most visited parks in an effort to prevent further spread of COVID-19. “This past weekend, there were reports of social gatherings in our City parks, despite repeated warnings from medical experts to avoid close contact with

City of St. Louis Enacts Additional Restrictions to Combat COVID-19 at Its Various Parks and Sports and Recreation Facilities

City of St. Louis, MO

The City of St. Louis today announced additional restrictions at its various parks and sports and recreation facilities in order to prevent further spread of COVID-19. “Despite repeated warnings from medical experts to avoid large crowds and social gatherings, we continue to see and get reports of people coming into close contact with each other

Playgrounds Close During COVID-19 Stay at Home Order

City of St. Louis, MO

City of St. Louis Playgrounds Close During Stay at Home Order Effective immediately all playgrounds in the City of St. Louis are closed. Playgrounds will remain closed as long as the city’s Stay at Home order is in effect. The Stay at Home order was issued as part of a broader strategy to aid in

SLATE Updates Regarding The Coronavirus (COVID-19)

City of St. Louis, MO

SLATE Missouri Job Center is diligently following and monitoring any news regarding COVID-19. We continue to assess the situation and comply with the executive orders as they become available. Following the guidelines from the Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development, SLATE Missouri Job Center remains closed for in-person services until further notice. We encourage

Updates and Resources about COVID-19

SLATE Missouri Job Center is diligently following and monitoring any news regarding COVID-19. We continue to assess the situation and comply with the executive orders as they become available. Following the guidelines from the Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development, SLATE Missouri Job Center remains closed for in-person services until further notice. We encourage

Notice for contacting the Comptroller's Office during COVID-19

The Comptroller’s Office is continuing to provide essential services to city departments and constituents during the “stay at home” order.  These services will not be provided in person to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. All departmental and public inquiries should be communicated via telephone or e-mail:  For the Comptroller’s administrative office or for

St. Louis City Announces First COVID-19 Related Death

City of St. Louis, MO

The City of St. Louis Department of Health announced it has been notified of the first death related to COVID-19 in the City of St. Louis. The female patient in her 30s passed away on March 22, 2020. No additional information about the patient will be released due to privacy laws. “This tragic loss to

City of St. Louis Earnings Tax Filing Deadline Extended

City of St. Louis, MO

March 23, 2020, City of St. Louis – This weekend, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that the federal income tax filing due date has been automatically extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. City of St. Louis Collector of Revenue Gregory F.X. Daly has extended the earnings tax filing

Affordable Housing Commission COVID-19 Communication Plan

City of St. Louis, MO

At the direction of the City of St. Louis, the St. Louis Development Corporation, the Community Development Agency, the Planning and Urban Design Agency, the Affordable Housing Commission and their affiliated agencies and organizations (LRA, LCRA, PIEA, etc.) have formulated an operational plan to be implemented on a temporary basis. This operational plan is being implemented to protect

COVID-19 Cases in St. Louis Reach 14

City of St. Louis, MO

Six new confirmed positive COVID-19 cases have been reported to the City of St. Louis Department of Health. That brings the total number of cases reported in the City of St. Louis to 14. Department of Health staff continue to identify those persons who came in close contact with all 14 cases, to monitor and

City of St. Louis Issues “Stay at Home” Order

City of St. Louis, MO

Starting Monday (March 23, 2020) at 6:00 p.m., the City of St. Louis will be under a “Stay at Home” order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the region. This order allows residents to continue meeting their basic needs and that essential services are provided; however, residents will be required to stay at home

For attorneys

City of St. Louis, MO

During the temporary suspension of person to person court sessions due to COVID-19, the City Counselor’s office will continue to accept and process requests for recommendations by all the means listed on the How to Request a Prosecutor’s Recommendation page in the Attorney Information menu except that there will be no in session recommendations. Mail

For Defendants

City of St. Louis, MO

All of City Court’s face-to-face court sessions are suspended until at least April 10, 2020. The suspension of face-to-face sessions may be extended beyond April 10, 2020, as public health circumstances may require. Starting on Monday, March 16, 2020, and until further notice City Court has or will postpone all scheduled face-to-face court dates and

COVID19 Economic Development Update

City of St. Louis, MO

I would like to inform you of valuable resources coming available in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We know this is a troubling time for all of us, but it is particularly scary when you are responsible for a business. Please know we are working very closely and collaboratively with the Regional Chamber, The Economic Development

Additional Positive Cases Announced in the City of St. Louis

City of St. Louis, MO

The City of St. Louis Department of Health received notifications of three new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in the City of St. Louis. These latest additions bring the total number of confirmed or presumptive positive cases to five. Staff members from the City of St. Louis Department of Health are working with those persons

Emergency Resource Guide

City of St. Louis, MO

Emergency Resource Guide Resource Notes Phone Website COVID-19 Contacts City of St. Louis Dept. of Health Hotline Available M-F 8am – 10pm 314-657-1499 City of St. Louis Dept. of Health Hotline Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior Services Hotline Available 24/7 877-435-8411 Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior Services Hotline CDC Info Available 24/7 for

Notification of Second Positive Case of COVID-19 in the City of St. Louis

City of St. Louis, MO

The City of St. Louis Director of Health, Fredrick Echols, M.D., and Mayor Lyda Krewson announced Wednesday the second positive case of COVID-19 detected in the City of St. Louis. This latest case of COVID-19 is a travel-related case; however, there is reason to believe there is community exposure. Mayor Lyda Krewson said despite exhibiting

St. Louis Fire Department Closes Facilities to the Public

City of St. Louis, MO

In accordance with the guidelines established by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and prevention and the City of St. Louis Department of Health, the St. Louis Fire Department will close its facilities to the public until further notice. All fire stations and administrative offices are closed to the public. Our fire stations are all

Missouri Gaming Commission Closes Riverboat Gaming Casinos

City of St. Louis, MO

March 17, 2020, Jefferson City – The Missouri Gaming Commission has ordered all riverboat gaming casinos in the state to temporarily suspend their casino operations and to close effective midnight March 17, 2020 through March 30th, 2020 due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision to close was made after careful consideration and discussion

Board of Aldermen COVID19 Plan

Today, Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed announced an operational plan for the Board of Aldermen during the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We are taking the CDC COVID19 guidelines seriously. This plan is being done for the safety of the public at large. Thank you for your understanding and patience,” said Reed For the safety of Board

City of St. Louis Notified of First Positive Result for COVID-19

City of St. Louis, MO

The City of St. Louis Director of Health, Fredrick Echols, M.D., and Mayor Lyda Krewson announced Monday that the City of St. Louis has its first positive case of COVID-19. The person who tested positive returned from an overseas trip to an airport in another state, and while driving back to the City of St.

Joint Statement from Five Regional Leaders of Bi-State Government

City of St. Louis, MO

After meeting today with 15 health care professionals and other key regional stakeholders, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page, St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann, St. Clair County Board Chairman Mark Kern, and Madison County Board Chairman Kurt Prenzler have all agreed to take the following proactive measures in

Continuances by Phone due to COVID 19

City of St. Louis, MO

Effective March 13, 2020, St. Louis City Court will accept and grant requests for continuances for court appearances made by telephone at the Court’s customer service number, (314) 622-3231. If you want to request a continuance on the telephone call 622-3231 during regular business hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. If you