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The City of Ferguson does not offer grant funds or loans for home repairs. Please visit your local bank for information about any home improvement loans they may have available.
Yes. Ferguson Neighborhood Improvement Program has the Good Neighbor Program that offers qaulified applicants a $2,500 forgivable loan. See the details here
Additionally, Check out the Property Restoration Program if you want to purchase and renovate a home.
Most municipalities in St. Louis County receive an annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that can be used for a variety of different public services. Not all municipalities allocate their CDBG funds to the Home Improvement Program. Ferguson is one that does not allocate CDBG Funds to this program through the County.
If Ferguson City Council decides to allocate CDBG Funds to the County program in the future, you can find information on the program here: https://www.stlouisco.com/Property-and-Roads/Community-Development/Home-Improvement-Program
You are able to pay your traffic ticket in person at the Court Window located inside 222 S Florissant Rd. Payments can also be made on-line at www.trafficpayment.com or by calling 1-800-444-1187. For after hours payments, a drop box is located to the left of the front door to the building.
Please refer to the neighborhoods map below.
The Ferguson Community Center offers a variety of rooms to rent for special events. Contact the Recreation Department for details (314) 521-4661.
Ferguson residents may reserve a park pavilion by visiting the Parks and Recreation office and completing a request form and paying a permit fee.
If you live within Ferguson city limits and pay taxes in Ferguson, you are considered a resident. Non-residents may participate in many of our programs, but at a slightly higher fee rate.
Fishing is permitted at the lake in January-Wabash Memorial Park. A City of Ferguson license is not required, but anglers must comply with all state of Missouri fishing regulations including a state fishing license for persons age 16 to 64, which are available at retail sporting goods stores.
The Missouri Department of Conservation stocks the lake, as well as enforces daily catch limits and manages the lake through the Urban Fishing Program. Ferguson Police officers may also enforce limits and permits. Please call the Missouri Department of Conservation at (636) 300-9651 for information.
A warning for the first false alarm in any calendar year; after which all others in the same calendar year will incur a twenty five dollar ($25.00) service charge.