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St. Louis ReCAST Projects for Community Well-Being will host a Community Strategic Planning Meeting for Residents of the City of Ferguson, Monday, March 27, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Community input is requested from residents and community learder is needed to help identify the top-priority needs and allocation of resources to meet those needs in the Promise Zone. The funding priorities for ReCAST are:
MoDOT is seeking public input on the I-70 corridor from where it intersects with I-64 through the express lanes in downtown St. Louis.
How will Interstate 70 (I-70), and the area around it, look in the future? What changes would be welcome and what should be preserved? What multimodal considerations should be included? Now you have an opportunity to share your ideas about t...
On February 28, 2017, Ferguson City Council appointed the first seven members to the Civilian Review Board.
On January 24, 2017, theFerguson City Council passed an ordinance officially establishing civilianoversight of the Ferguson Police Department. TheFerguson Civilian Review Board will consist of nine members: tworesidents from each ward and thr...
The next hearing before Judge Catherine Perry has been scheduled.
The next hearing before Judge Catherine Perry, the federal judge overseeing the implementation of the Consent Decree, will be held on March 22 at 2 pm in her courtroom, 14 South, in the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse, 111 South 10th Street, St. Louis,...
MESSAGE FROM MSD-In April 2016 area voters approved MSD’s Proposition S which puts all customers for the first time under the same property tax rates to pay for stormwater service. In turn all MSD customers now receive the same level of stormwater service
While the passage of Proposition S was a significant milestone in terms of MSD's function as a stromwater utility, it does not address the full range of stormwater needs that exist throughout our St. Louis community. Accordingly, MSD is...
The City of Ferguson’s new playground located at the Ferguson Community Center, is featured in this month’s Missouri Parks and Recreation magazine. /
The City of Ferguson announces the official YouTube channel for the city. The YouTube Channel will give viewers a chance to hear directly from city council members, as well as feature businesses around Ferguson, community events, and youth involvement.