• Home: Welcome to the St. Louis County website. Our mission is to provide you easy access to a variety of online information to accommodate your needs.
  • Online Services: Pay Your personal and business property taxes online, real estate information, building permits, bidding process, voting, map access, and pay traffic tickets online.
    • Mapping and Data: Enjoy a variety of interactive maps. Find a property, locate a county park, locate a government building, and much more.
      • Open Data: The mission of our data maps is to provide all St. Louis County citizens accurate, and user-friendly map information.
      • Order Maps: Information on mapping services offered, including how to order standard or custom maps and data.
      • Download County Maps: The St. Louis County Mapping and Data Department allows you to review and download county maps based on your specific needs.
      • GIS Service Center: The Geographic Information System (GIS) provides you a variety of interactive maps. Search for a property by address, owner name or parcel ID and the location of government buildings and facilities throughout the County.
    • Interactive Property Maps: Explore our St. Louis County interactive property maps. Enter your address, name or locator number to get started.
    • Business Declarations: Locate forms and instructions for a business personal property declaration, or a manufacturing eqt personal property declaration.
    • Pay Property Taxes Online: Pay your personal property taxes or real estate online. It's easy, fast and you'll avoid the hassle of paying by mail. Get started now!
    • Real Estate Information: View your real estate property information. Ownership, assessment and building information. Search by owner name, address, or locator number.
    • Personal Property Information: Go online now and declare your personal property. Access your account by account number, address or your name.
    • Personal Property Receipt: Locate vehicle tax information. Search by account number, address or name. Declare personal property tax online between Feb 1-April 30.
    • Pay Traffic Tickets: Pay your traffic tickets online by credit card. Search by citation number or date of birth. Contact us at 314-615-8760 for help.
    • Crime Maps: View crimes reported within the seven precincts of St. Louis County. Review data by type of crime and date. Examine historical data back to 2005.
    • Building Permits: Search construction permits, applications, or schedule an inspection. Search residential re-occupancy permits. Search by project address, permit number or project address.
    • Re-Occupancy Permits: Search the County database for residential permits. Search by project name, permit number, type of residence or use our general search feature.
    • Bid on County Business: Access county bids and requests for proposals. Includes Parks and Recreation, Department of Transportation and Public Works.
    • Birth or Death Certificates: The Vital Records Department issues copies of birth and death certificates for the entire state of Missouri. View hours of operation and our phone number to learn more.
    • Voter/Polling Place Lookup: Check your voter registration status and locate the physical address for where you will vote. Learn about voting details including absentee voting.
    • Vendor Self Service: Vendor self service provides you access to 1099 data, purchase orders, invoices, contracts and checks. Review bidding opportunities and submit an offer or quote for a project.
  • Your Government: Locate helpful information to answer your important questions related to many key categories within the county government departments.
    • County Council: Information about the St. Louis County Council includes current council agenda, council members, council archives, and council meeting times and our location.
      • Council District 1: Welcome to the County Council District 1 page. Find helpful contact information. You can also send us comments or ask questions.
        • Biography: Welcome to my biography page. Learn more about me. I'm interested in hearing from you also.
        • Comments: If you would like to contact me, you've come to the right place. Complete my easy-to-use comment form and I'll get back to you shortly.
      • Council District 2: Welcome to the County Council District 2 page. Find helpful contact information and a map. You can also send us comments or ask questions.
        • Biography: Welcome to my biography page. Here you can learn more about me. I'd like to hear from you also.
        • Comments: Do you have a comment or question? I'd like to hear from you. Send a note. If you'd like a reply, please include your name, email address and/or mailing address.
      • Council District 3: Welcome to the County Council District 3 page. Find helpful contact information along with a map. You can also send your comments or ask a question.
        • Biography: Hello, I'm Colleen Wasinger. I'm proud to represent District 3 in St. Louis County. Contact me with any questions or comments you have.
        • Comments: Feel free to complete my online comment form. Ask a question or send your comment and I'll respond back to you as quickly as possible.
        • Useful Information: Locate important information helpful to the citizens of my district. Questions or comments? Use my comment page to connect with me.
      • Council District 4: Welcome to the County Council District 4 page. Please find helpful contact information and a map. You can also send a comments or ask questions.
        • Biography: Hello and welcome to my biography page. Here you can find a lot of helpful information about me and District 4.
        • Comments: Hello, do you need to contact me? No problem. Complete our contact form and I'll do my best to get back to you.
      • Council District 5: Welcome to the County Council District 5 page. Locate helpful contact information and a map. You can also send us comments or ask questions.
        • Biography: Hi, I'm Pat. Welcome to my biography page where you can learn a little more about me.
        • Comments: Do you need to contact me? No problem. We have a form you can use to send me a comment or suggestion.
      • Council District 6: Welcome to the County Council District 6 page. Find helpful contact information and a map. You can also send comments or ask questions.
        • Comments: Hi! If you would like to connect with me, complete my comment form. I'll do my best to get back with you as quickly as possible.
      • Council District 7: Welcome to the County Council District 7 page. Locate useful contact information and a district map. You can also send comments or ask questions.
        • Biography: Hello, I'm Brad and I head up District 7. I'd enjoy hearing from you with any comments or suggestions.
        • Comments: Do you need to contact me? Complete our easy to use contact form and I'll get back with you shortly.
      • Current Council Agenda: Welcome to the County Council agenda page. Locate the agenda which outlines and describes the business to be considered at the Council meeting.
        • Agenda Archive: Here you will be able to locate the County City Council Meeting agendas dating back to 2011 along with the most recent Council Meeting agenda.
        • Add-on Agenda Archive: Here you will find only the add on agenda items that were added to the original meeting agenda for a past county council meeting back to 2011.
      • Current Council Agenda Attachments: Here you will find all the attachments which were included and documented as part of the most recent County Council Meeting.
        • Agenda Attachments Archive: Here you will find the County Council Meeting agenda attachments for all meetings dating back to 2009.
      • Current Council Journal: County Council Journal along with archived journals from prior years. The Journal describes the transactions and activities to be considered at each Council Meeting.
      • Standing Committees: Committees are given oversight responsibilities concerning the subject matter within its jurisdiction and the departments of St. Louis County Government.
        • Committee of the Whole: Committee of the Whole is designed to provide a forum for detailed analysis and exploration of county wide issues. Membership consists of all the County Council members.
        • Committee on Disabilities: The Committee on Disabilities is designed to investigate the needs of people with disabilities and to serve as a contact point for the citizens of St Louis County.
        • Justice and Health : The Justice and Heath Committee is designed to investigate health related issues that could affect County residents.
        • Public Improvements: The Public Improvements Committee is designed to review issues related to public infrastructure improvements, zoning change requests and other county projects.
        • Revenue and Personnel: The Revenue and Personnel Committee is designed to provide a forum to hear tax appeals and to review requests for tax exempt status and problematic liquor license applications.
      • Council Archive and Ordinance Search: This page will provide you a variety of search options for County Council actions, traffic schedules, archives, and ordinances.
      • Revised Ordinances: Welcome to the Revised Ordinance page. This Code of Ordinances and other documents may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the municipality.
      • Your Government at Work: Every wonder how ordinances are passed or what the council does? Read on to learn more.
      • County Clerk: The County Clerk is responsible for official County document maintenance and provides information regarding the notary application process.
      • County Charter: Welcome to the County Charter site. We are proud to make this available to you. Read, download, and print portions or the entire Charter as adopted by St. Louis County voters.
      • County Council Committee Reports: Read and review the most recent version of the County Council Committee report. It is our goal to keep you up-to-date on all important committee activities.
      • Most Recent Council Legislation: Find all Bills introduced at the most recent council meeting along with an archived legislation library.
    • County Assessor: Learn more about how real property fair market value is established and how values are applied to tax rates to determine property taxes.
      • Business/Manufacturing Declarations: Here you can download forms to help you determine the depreciation of your tangible personal property assets.
      • Frequently Asked Questions: We'll answer many of your assessment, appeal, personal property and real estate questions on this FAQ page.
      • County Assessor Brochures : Download and read helpful information provided to you from the County Assessor's office.
      • Advocate Services: We offer a program designed to help you through the property assessment appeal process for real estate assessments only.
      • Contact Us: Hello from the Assessor's Office. We are here to help. Complete our simple contact form and we will do our best to respond back to your question or comment quickly.
      • Assessment Appeal: We are responsible for determining the correct value of real estate and personal property tax for individuals, business and manufacturers.
      • Certificate of Value: Attached is a downloadable PDF of the Real Property Certificate of Value for St. Louis County. File this document with your deed at time of recording.
    • County Auditor: The County Auditor reviews the County accounting system and recommends changes for greater efficiency of public funds.
      • Reports: Explore and download important audit reports which contain a summary of key audit findings for a variety of topics.
      • Reporting Fraud: This is your avenue to report suspected fraud or waste of public funds or resources. Your information remains confidential.
      • Standards and Ethics: We hold ourselves to the highest standards and ethical practices. Learn more about our commitment to compliance.
      • About Us: The County Auditor's Office performs a wide variety of functions. Learn more about this important role.
    • County Executive: Locate the phone number, office address and an email address for the County Executive Steve Stenger.
      • Biography: Steve Stenger is committed to serving St. Louis County with a powerful mission and purpose. Learn more about your County Executive.
      • Contact Us: If you would like to send a message to the County Executive please use our helpful contact form. We will return your message as quickly as possible.
      • Special Countywide Audit: A forensic, top-to-bottom audit of the St. Louis County Government was a priority for Steve Stenger. Learn more about the audit.
    • Revenue: The Collector of Revenue serves as the billing, collecting and disbursing agent for more than 300 taxing authorities in St. Louis County.
      • Collector of Revenue: View real estate info, view personal property tax info, get deed info, pay taxes online, appeal property values, get a form or application.
      • Personal Property Information: Access and research personal property account information including personal tax and vehicle tax detail information.
      • Real Estate Information: Search for real estate property in St. Louis County and locate ownership, assessment and building information. Access by property address, owner name or locator number.
      • Real Property Tax Sale: View auction books from 2008 onward, review property tax sales processes, access contact information and consumer alert scams.
      • Post Third Sale Offerings: Parcels not sold in the 3rd sale offerings and are not actually bid upon by the county are considered Post Third Sale Offerings.
      • Tax Rates Summary: Review tax rates, fees and tax books going back to 1999. Comprehensive files providing a depth of tax rate information.
      • Trustee Office: We maintain, research, sell or transfer real estate that has been sold through the delinquent tax auction. View the inventory of parcels here.
      • Recorder of Deeds Division: Review the duties and responsibilities of The Recorder of Deeds. Contact information and important forms are available.
        • eRecording: Electronically Record Your Document(s) In Our Office by contacting a trusted vendor submitter.
        • Military Discharge Requests: How to request a copy of of a recorded military discharge document.
        • Property Fraud Alert: St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley and the Department of Revenue have implemented a new notification service called "Property Fraud Alert" in an effort to help prevent various forms of property fraud in St. Louis County.
        • Price List: The price list for a marriage license, plats, deed copies, deed recording, Laredo monthly plan, Tapestry end-user access fee and Monarch fees.
      • Deed Search: Use remote access to find documents recorded in our office. You can search through the following interfaces: Laredo, Tapestry, or Monarch.
      • Licensing Division: We're responsible for administering a variety of licenses required within the County. Email and phone contact information.
        • Alarm Business License: A person desiring a license must submit an Application for License to Operate Alarm Business to the Licensing Division. An annual fee and a completed application are required.
        • Alcoholic Beverages Code: Learn how to obtain a picnic license, a caterer's license, and other license types along with the application requirements to receive a license.
        • Amusement Center or Penny Arcade Code: Contact us to request an Amusement Center or Penny Arcade Application. Submit an application and an initial fee of $350 and all documents requested on the application.
        • Auction and Auctioneers' Code: Locate instructions and costs for an auctioneer or auction crier's public license. Application details and costs can be located here.
        • COAD Code: Pinball machines, marble machines, music vending machines, and devices operated by the insertion of a coin, disc, or other token, will require a license for each machine.
        • Driver, Merchant and Other Licenses : Learn more about where to go and obtain a public driver's license, acquiring a merchant's license and obtaining a public works license in St. Louis County.
        • False Alarm Charge: When police respond to a false alarm call in the unincorporated area of St. Louis County, the property's owner must pay a $25.00 fee. The Police Department will notify the owner in writing of the charge.
        • Gross Receipts Tax: The Gross Receipt Tax is charged against each public utility servicing the unincorporated area of St. Louis County. Access and download the Monthly Gross Receipt Form.
        • Hotel_Motel Room Tax: Download and print the 3.5% Convention and Sports Tax Form, the 3.75% Convention and Tourism Tax Form, and the Exemption Reporting Form. View contact details and information.
        • Massage Establishment Code: View and download the license application for a Massage Establishment-Corporation and a Massage Establishment-Owner/Partnership. Review the regulations for acquiring a license.
        • Nonprofit Solicitation Registration: View and download the Nonprofit Organization Registration and Annual Report Forms. Also access contact information and any associated fees.
        • Pawnbrokers' Code: Review the instructions and download the application for for a required Pawnshop License. View contact information and additional license requirements.
        • Peddlers Solicitor Code: Peddlers, Solicitors, and Street Vendors in St. Louis County are required to obtain a license to sell merchandise or take orders. Review fees, renewals, and download the application.
        • Smoking Exemption: The “Indoor Clean Air Code” allows smoking in establishments with a liquor license that have met the qualifications for exemption. Download an application, review the requirements, or report a violation.
        • Tow Truck Code: Anyone in unincorporated St. Louis County is required to obtain a Tow Truck License if you own a tow truck. Download the application and review the fee structure.
        • Trailers and Trailer Camps Code: A license is required for locations in unincorporated St. Louis County that are considered a Trailer Camp. Review the policy details, fee structure and download the application.
      • Board of Equalization
      • Revenue Brochures: Access and print important assessor brochures that answer reassessment, and property owner bill of right questions.
      • Land Information Services Division: Services available through this division include specialized maps, graphic services, computer reports, and microfilm copies.
        • Price List: The Land Information Services price list.
      • Frequently Asked Questions: This page is your one-stop location for answers to a wide variety of questions. Satellite office locations. Phone numbers.
      • Helpful Services: This helpful service page answers all of your questions related to the revenue category of our website.
        • Revenue Site Map: The Revenue Department sitemap includes links to all of the important revenue categories for citizens and businesses in the County.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: We will do our best to answer your common questions related to revenue. If you can't find what you want please contact us by phone.
        • Revenue Office Information: Locate phone numbers, hours of operation and email addresses for the Land Information Services, Licensing, Recorder of Deeds.
        • Revenue Forms: View, download and print forms and applications for the Board of Elections, Licensing, Recorder of Deeds.
        • Informal Conferences: Informal conferences provide an opportunity for residential property owners to review and correct information on the Assessor’s property record.
      • News: Subdivision information, revenue forms, FAQs, contact information, fraud alerts, property value appeals and more.
    • Licensing: Locate applications, requirements, licensed contractors and more for licensing your home or business project.
      • LicBackFlow: Review residential backflow testing information, locate a certified contractor, irrigation system FAQs, test reports, helpful phone numbers.
      • LicElect: Locate helpful information for the electrical licensing process. Board of Electrical Examiners meeting dates and location information.
      • LicMech: Locate and review information for the mechanical licensing process. Board of Examiners for Mechanical Licensing location and meeting dates.
      • LicPlumb: The Plumbing License page provides you access to a wide variety of helpful information and forms from the Journeyman to the Master plumber.
      • LicBoards: Locate board meeting times, dates and locations for the electrical, mechanical and plumbing licensing boards along with contact phone numbers.
        • LicBdElect: Meetings are help at 1:00 pm, 6th Floor Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO. View the 2018 meeting schedule and a contact phone number.
        • LicBdMech: Meetings are help at 7:30 am, 6th Floor Training/Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO 63105. Review the 2018 meeting dates.
        • LicBdPlumb: Meetings are held at 8:00 am, 6th Floor Training/Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO. Review the 2018 meeting date schedule.
      • CodeRevComm: Review meeting dates and time for the Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical and Plumbing Code Review Committees and the Building Commission-Board of Appeals.
        • CRCBldg: Building Code Review Committee meetings are held at 7:30 am, 6th Floor Training/Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO.
        • CRCElect: Meetings are held at 1:00 pm, 8th Floor Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO. Contact Rick Hill at 314-615-7161 for more information.
        • CRCMech: Meetings are held at 7:30 am, 6th Floor Training/Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO. Check the 2018 meeting schedule.
        • CRCPlumb: Meetings are held at 7:30 am, 6th Floor Training/Conference Room, 41 S. Central Ave., St. Louis, MO. Review the 2018 meeting schedule.
      • LicBlasting: Contact us at 314-615-7130 with questions regarding the process to acquire a blasting license.
      • Residential Rental Property Licensing: Learn more about who needs to apply for a license or to declare an exemption. Review Chapter 825, The Residential Rental Property Licensing Code.
        • Questions or Feedback: Complete the simple online form regarding a residential rental property licensing questions or if you have any feedback regarding the process.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: Review our list of the most common questions and answers we receive from residents regarding the rental licensing process.
    • Public Works: We ensure health, safety and well being through code enforcement for building construction, neighborhood preservation, land disturbance and zoning.
      • Applications: Review our Public Works library of forms for a wide variety of activities and events. Application filing fee information.
      • Construction: Locate key information to assist you with the construction permit process. Contact information, downloadable forms, helpful guides, checklists.
      • Codes: These codes and ordinances are enforced in municipalities that contract with St. Louis County for Building Plan Review and Building Inspection Services.
      • Guides: Residential guides, commercial guides, amusement ride permits and applications, floods, storms and disasters information, re-occupancy documents, lead paint information.
      • Documents: Locate information to help you acquire the proper public works forms. Commercial, residential guides, and handouts also available.
        • Offices: Locate contact information, phone numbers, hours of operation and directions to the four main county citizen office locations.
        • Ordinances: County Codes and Ordinances are available through the Revised Ordinances site and the County Council Archive Search tool.
        • Property Tax Distribution: St. Louis County's portion of the average tax bill was 5.5% in 2014, down from 6.7% in 2010 and 7.5% in 2007. Review the 2014 distribution details.
        • Public Notices: Locate helpful public notice information available for viewing and downloads. Selected data available as far back as 2010.
          • SLCISO: The Insurance Services Office (ISO) has given the County’s Commercial Code Enforcement group its highest possible grade.
        • Services: Locate and review specifics for back flow testing, sewer laterals, water service line repair, residential guides and neighborhood services.
          • EPA_Resources: Need assistance with lead pain renovation, repair and painting? Review our list of documents and contractors who can assist you with these issues.
          • Contact Us: Locate phone numbers and information for contacting the code enforcement team. Access other public works departments contact information.
        • Resources: Find information, guides and handouts for many of the public works resources available to you. Search individual municipal websites also.
          • Municipal: Locate and access website links to each website for all of the municipalities located in St. Louis County.
          • Education: Locate all of the website links to the schools, colleges and university maps in the St. Louis County area.
          • FireDistrict: Fire protection in St. Louis County is provided by 23 fire protection districts and 20 municipal fire departments. Locate that contact information here.
        • Site Menu: This is your one-stop shop to access information for construction and permits, licensing and codes, neighborhood services and reference resources.
      • Inspections: Locate information on commercial, electrical, mechanical, plumbing and residential inspections along with contact phone numbers.
        • Automated Scheduling: Use our automatic inspection scheduling system. We assist with drainlaying, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, residential or structural inspection.
        • Inspection Areas: We perform inspections based on zip codes. Areas assigned to an inspector can be viewed on our Inspection Area Maps listed on this page.
        • Mechanical Periodics: Locate all of the equipment and devices which may be subject to a periodic mechanical inspection. Contact information is also available.
      • NSPW: Schedule inspections, find program information, fee, office locations, property maintenance codes, and office locations.
      • Neighborhood Services
      • Permits: Locate information for residential and commercial permit processes, homeowner testing, fees, and contact information.
        • Building: Everything you need to know regarding how to obtain a building permit can be found here. Also access contact information should you have specific questions.
          • Residential: Everything you need to know regarding how to obtain a residential permit can be found here. We have more information here than just general construction.
        • Business Assistance Center: We facilitate pre-design project meetings with County Departments to identify and account for various project requirements.
          • BAC Form: How can we help? We would like to hear from you. Please provide your contact information, questions and comments below and we'll respond back to you.
        • EPermitting: This service is provided to our regular customers who wish to do business with the Public Works Department without the need to visit our office locations.
          • EPermitsInfo: Drain layer, mechanical, electrical, plumbing electronic permitting processes, steps and general information is available here.
        • Land Disturbance: Any activity which affects the ground surface and/or vegetation land disturbances are either major or ordinary depending on the size of the disturbance.
        • OTC: Permits which can be issued over the counter are those that do not require a plan submittal or additional information at the time of the application.
        • Re-Occupancy
        • Signs: The St. Louis County Zoning Ordinances outline the permit requirements for all types of signage including permanent signs and temporary signs.
        • SpecialEvents: Haunted houses, pyrotechnics, pumpkin patches, amusement rides, special use, demolition requirements. Review applications and instructions.
        • While You Wait Permit: The While-You-Wait plan review allows citizens to apply for a simple permit and wait for approval while the plans are reviewed at our office location.
      • PlanReview: If you have questions abut the plan review permit process you can contact us at the phone number listed here as we will do our best to assist you.
      • Zoning: Before construction, zoning approval must be obtained to signify the property is zoned and the structure location is within legal limits of property lines.
        • Residential Zoning: Zoning regulations are adopted to preserve the quality of life, to promote health, safety and comfort and to protect neighborhoods from blight.
        • Municipal Matrix: We are responsible for code enforcement of ordinances of all municipalities to regulate building construction. Review our matrix for more information.
    • County Departments: Locate helpful information for all of the primary St. Louis County Departments.
    • St. Louis County Circuit Court: Welcome to the Circuit Court site. Locate information for Veterans Court, Drug and DWI Court, Probate, Family Court, Circuit Court, and Courthouse Hours.
      • Building Security: In order to expedite your entrance into the courthouse, please be aware that you must pass through a metal detector at the security checkpoint.
      • Small Claims: The Small Claims Division was established to help people handle Small Claims cases of $5,000.00 or less, with or without an attorney. Small Claims cases must be filed in person unless you reside out of state.
      • Drug Court: Drug Court combines the authority of the judge, prosecutor, probation officers, law enforcement, corrections officers, and substance abuse professionals to force an offender to deal with his or her substance abuse problem.
      • Case.Net: Welcome to the Missouri state courts automated case management system. Inquire about case records including docket entries, parties, judgments and charges in public court.
      • Visiting The Court: Visit our website to locate helpful information for your visit to the court. Locate our address, driving directions, hours and security measures to expect.
      • Domestic Violence Court: The St. Louis County Domestic Violence Court was created to increase safety for victims and their children, increase accountability for offenders and establish a coordinated community response to domestic violence from the justice system and partner agencies.
      • Weddings: Learn more about the process to acquire a marriage license through St. Louis County, our marriage ceremony process, fees, costs and contact information.
      • Announcements: View recent news and press releases related to activities and items of interest happening at St. Louis County.
      • Holiday Schedule: Review our entire holiday schedule for 2017. Make sure you check our calendar carefully so you are aware when the court is in recess.
      • Forms: Access a wide variety of court forms for adoption, probate, juvenile, small claims, domestic violence and criminal related cases.
      • Frequently Asked Questions: Visit our website and search for the specific area you have a question for. If we are unable to answer it then please contact us by phone.
      • Rules of Court: A courtroom is a place where there are specific rules regarding conduct, appearance, protocol and other important regulations. Be prepared before you come to court.
      • Attorney Information: Locate helpful information posted by our area attorneys. Check back frequently as this information is updated daily.
      • Probate Court
      • Employment Facts: Vacation accrual is based on years of service. 10 hours each month for 10 years. 12 hours each month for years 10 through 14. 14 hours each month from year 15 and over. Monthly Sick Leave Accrual is 10 hours each month.
      • Job Vacancies: Explore specific jobs we currently have open working for the County Circuit Court. Review a job description, determine if you are qualified and then you can apply online.
      • Circuit Clerk: Joan M. Gilmer, Circuit Clerk. Gary Krautmann, Legal Counsel to the Circuit Clerk. Phone: 314-615-8029. Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Division Directory: Access and learn more about all of the key areas of the St. Louis County Court System. We look forward to seeing you upon your visit.
      • Speakers Bureau
    • Municipal Courts: Visit our Municipal Courts page to check the status of an open ticket, ticket explanation, pay a ticket online, and check our business hours and phone number.
    • Prosecuting Attorney: Hello, I'm Robert P. McCulloch, the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney. Please browse my website and feel free to contact me directly at pa@stlouisco.com or 314-615-2600.
    • Justice Services: The St. Louis County Jail is located in downtown Clayton. Access our website for all information related to the jail.
      • Mission Statement: Provide a safe, secure and humane environment where staff, inmates and visitors are free from abuse or danger.
      • Contact Information and Directions: Locate the phone number applicable to the particular area your searching for including the jail, arrest information, and more.
      • Justice Center: Visit this page to view the general layout for all areas in the state-of-the-art jail in downtown Clayton.
      • Department Divisions: Learn about the administration, operations and security departments within the Justice Services Department.
      • Director's Office: Bonding, visiting, department programs, community services, and opportunities for employment, and volunteering.
      • Direct Supervision: Our direct supervision jail facility is more secure and a safer environment for inmates and staff.
      • Inmate Programs: We improve the behavior, attitude, and lifestyle of inmates with a variety of courses made available to them in jail.
      • Cash Accounts: How to place funds in an inmate's cash fund. We do not take cash at the bonding window. Use our secure deposit option.
      • Bonds: Learn about the variety of bond options available. Our Bonding Office is located in the Justice Center Building.
      • Visiting Information: Requirements to visit an inmate at the County Jail. Failure to follow these guidelines will impact your visit.
      • Inmate Phone Usage: We offer inmate voice mail along with video phones for inmates who are deaf or hard of hearing.
      • Inmate Mail: Read information about our inmate mail procedures. Failure to follow these guidelines can impact the quality of your visit.
      • Prison Rape Elimination Act: The Act addresses sexual abuse and harassment of incarcerated individuals and mandates a zero tolerance policy.
      • Community Corrections: Explore all of the options available for persons who do not represent a serious threat to public safety.
      • Mental Health Courts: Program participation is voluntary for persons with misdemeanor or county ordinance type charges.
      • Local Mental Health Resources: Find the phone number and address for a variety of community mental health centers and hospitals in the St. Louis area.
      • Employment Opportunities: This page provides you information on open job positions currently with the Justice Services Department.
      • Practicum Students and Interns: Practicum students/interns work with the inmate population. They gain valuable experience through each of our programs.
      • Honor Guard: The Honor Guard has evolved into a recognized and admired law enforcement group in the state of Missouri.
    • Other Government Agencies: Public libraries, utilities, and civic organization websites access can be found by visiting this page.
      • County School Districts: Conveniently find more information out for each of the school districts, colleges and universities located in the County.
      • County Fire Districts: This map outlines each fire district and department and directs you to their website page for more helpful information.
      • Economic Recovery Act Projects: Information about St. Louis County Economic Recovery Act Projects and received grants.
    • Elections: Welcome to the St. Louis County Elections page. We are located in Northwest Plaza in St. Ann. Visit our page for more election information.
      • Voter Registration: Find all the information you need on the voter registration process. We are located at 725 Northwest Plaza Drive in St. Ann, MO.
      • Access Election Night: Visit this page to learn more about the four statutory election dates each year along with election night access to see results.
      • Voter Education: The Election Board requires all voters to show some form of identification in order to vote. A government issued photo I.D. is the preferred form of identification.
        • Rights: As a registered Missouri voter, it's important that you are aware of your specific voting rights. Visit here to learn more.
        • Accessibility: Information on the Help America Vote Act and what to expect when voting on equipment used by St Louis County.
      • Absentee Voting: See the list of reasons that might allow you to vote by absentee ballot on or before an election day.
      • Election Results 2013-2017: Certified election results sorted by political office and taxing entity for the years 2013 through 2017.
        • Election Results History: We are happy to provide you election results from 2003 through 2012. These results are sorted by date, township, and precinct.
      • Office Information: We can be reached at 314-615-1800. Our office hours for walk in traffic and phone calls are Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
        • Board Meetings: Locate agendas and minutes from the Board of Elections Commissioners Meetings which are held the third Tuesday of the month at 2:00 pm.
        • Biennial Reports : Access our library of biennial reports. Download, view or print a specific biennial report going back to 1996.
      • Become an Election Worker!: We are always in need of election workers to ensure that the polls run smoothly. Visit us today and learn how to get involved.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: We have listed out for you the most common questions and answers we receive regarding the duties of an election worker.
      • Filing Documents, Qualifications and Policies: Locate all of the relevant documents you need regarding filing for candidacy for the St. Louis Board of Elections.
      • Certification Forms: St Louis County Board of Elections Candidate certification forms. Used by candidates/Municipalities to issue intent of candidates for an election
      • Elections Calendar
      • Declaration of Candidacy: Candidates official notification that they will be running for a specified office in an upcoming election.
      • Current District Information and Mapping: You'll be able to obtain information about elected officials, view district maps, see addresses for polling places and access contact information.
        • Elected Officials: Locate contact information for federal, state, and county elected officials for the state of Missouri and St. Louis County.
        • Mapping: Maps can be ordered and purchased for all of the voting districts within St. Louis County. Ordered by mail or in person.
        • Missouri Term Limits: Missouri passed Constitutional Amendment No. 12, to place term limits on the number of years that could be served by members of the general assembly.
      • Election Information Service: Per RSMo 115.158.36 voter lists may be used for election purposes only and shall not be used for commercial purposes.
        • Campaign Finance Reports: Campaign finance information is available to you from 2015-2018 as submitted to the St. Louis County Board of Elections.
      • Provisional Vote: By entering the PIN number you were provided on election day, you can create a provisional ballot. For assistance please contact us at 314-615-1851.
      • Safe at Home: The Address Confidential Program has been established to provide a substitute address for survivors of domestic violence, assault, and stalking.
      • Announcements
      • Training Department: We hold classes typically 8 weeks out from an Election. including day, evening and Saturday class options.
      • Student Election Judges: Locate helpful information regarding the high school program for the St. Louis County Board of Elections.
        • Student Ambassador Program: Sign up to become a High School Student Ambassador for your school. Over 2,000 students have participated.
    • Job Search: You can search for and apply for new job opportunities in three different areas. Submit your resume and apply online.
      • County Employment Process: Explore each step of the process to apply for and accept a position to work for St. Louis County.
    • Bids and RFPs: Locate the most current Dept of Transportation notices and requests for bids. You can also visit our Procurement page and Vendor Service page.
    • Office of Community Empowerment: We are focused on positively affecting our communities, improving our health and safety, and stabilizing our neighborhoods.
      • Resources: Locate links to popular websites offering resource needs. Training, jobs, wellness, health and wellness and general resources.
    • County Facilities Hours and Locations
    • Boards and Commissions: Welcome to the St. Louis County Boards and Commissions database! You can use the search tool to find information about a particular board, or to find a specific board member by name. If you are interested in serving on a board or commission, please fill out the Board Application (PDF or Word DOC) and send it to the address on the back page of the application with a resume and cover letter
    • Board of Equalization: We are responsible for determining the correct value of real estate and personal property for individuals, businesses and manufacturers.
      • Property Value Appeals: The BOE is responsible for property assessments, handling appeals, tax exemptions, and working with citizens to resolve appeals.
      • Property Exemptions: Learn more about how the Board of Equalization handles property exemptions for citizens and businesses in St. Louis County.
      • Petition for Exemption: Locate the Petition For Exemption Of Real and Personal Property Form by visiting us here. Contact information is also available.
      • Informal Conferences : Learn more about the process to participate in an informal conference related to your residential property assessment.
      • Forms: Explore a variety of helpful forms and information related to hearings or appeals. Individual, manufacturing and business forms.
      • Board: Locate the members of the Board of Equalization.
      • Resources: Locate and view a variety of information specific to the revenue category, property value, trustee property and news archives.
      • Contact Information: The Board of Equalization is open Mon-Fri from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. We can be reached by phone at 314-615-7195.
    • Employee & Retiree Self Service
    • ADA Info: In accordance with Act, St. Louis County will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities.
    • Municipalities: This page contains a phone number and website link for all of the municipalities located in St. Louis County.
  • Property and Roads: Construction, Permits, Community Planning and Development, Occupancy Permits, Planning, Zoning, Subdivisions, Real Estate, Assessment
    • Neighborhood Services: Visit this page to find helpful information about the key offices of the Neighborhood Services Division of Public Works.
      • Problem Properties Unit: Problem properties affect us all. Front yards overrun with vegetation. Abandoned boats. Scrap iron. Learn more about how you can help.
      • Property Maintenance: We are responsible for inspecting existing houses for code violations and ensuring the violations are corrected.
      • Re-Occupancy Application: A re-occupancy permit requires that a minimum standard of safety and health inspection be conducted on all properties at the time of an occupant change.
      • Neighborhood Preservation: Neighborhood Preservation is responsible for inspecting existing housing for code violations and ensuring the violations are corrected.
        • Property Maintenance: We are responsible for inspecting existing homes for code violations and to ensure violations are corrected. Access contact information.
        • Re-Occupancy Application: This permit requires that a minimum standard of safety and health inspection be conducted on a property at time of an occupancy change.
      • Question or Complaint: Use the online contact form to send us your questions or comments which are addressed by the appropriate Public Works staff member.
    • Trash Collection: St. Louis County Trash Collection and Recycling for Unincorporated Areas
    • Community Planning & Revitalization: Department of Planning Annual Reports, specific community plans, municipal plans, community profiles.
      • Documents: Our document library includes census designated place profiles for many North and South County communities.
    • Occupancy Permits
    • Community Development: Learn more about the role of the Office of Community Development. Access brochures, helpful links and helpful contact information.
      • Public Notices: Locate information related to direct recipient federal funding and associated public notice requirements and hearings.
      • CDBG : Nationally administered by HUD, the program allows for “blocks” of grant funding to be disbursed for low and moderate income people.
      • 1st Home Down Payment Loan : In St. Louis County, find lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the Down Payment Program.
        • St. Louis County
        • St. Charles County: In St. Charles County, find participating lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the Program.
        • Jefferson County: In Jefferson County, find participating lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the Homebuyer Program.
        • Florissant: In Florissant, find participating lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the Homebuyers Program.
        • O'Fallon: In O'Fallon, find participating lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the Homebuyers Program.
        • City of St. Charles: In The City of St. Charles, find participating lenders, purchase price limits, income limits, helpful brochures and loan amounts for the program.
      • Housing Policy Priorities: Review our list of the 10 housing policy priorities. Targeted place building, targeted capacity building, ADA accessibility and more.
      • Home Improvement Program: Review rules, regulations and requirements for the federally funded Home Improvement Program. Contact information and downloads.
      • Lead Hazard Control : Visit this page to learn how the Office of Community Development can assist you with a lead-based paint issues in a residential property.
      • Consolidated Plan/CAPER: Review the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report, activities completed and funds expended. Downloadable reports from 2011-Current.
      • For-Sale Housing Production : Learn more about financing for acquisition, rehabilitation or construction of houses for low-moderate income families and eligibility guidelines.
      • Rental Housing Production : Acquire new information on low-interest developer financing for the acquisition, rehabilitation, or construction of rental houses.
      • Energy Efficiency/Green Building: Learn about the recent study to determine the best prescription of green building techniques to control utility costs.
      • Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity: Explore and learn about many laws and executive orders related to fair housing along with equal opportunity.
        • Section 3: Need to learn more about Section 3? Review this page and better understand this important provision and it's goals.
        • MBE/WBE: Explore in detail MBEs and WBEs. Review the legal history of how these important opportunities became binding laws.
      • Universal Design: The Office of Community Development encourages the use of Universal Design Features in houses to maximize accessibility.
      • Neighborhood Stabilization Program : Funding supports foreclosed or abandoned homes, rehabilitate, resell, or redevelop homes to help and stabilize neighborhoods.
        • Properties for Sale: All home purchasers are required to obtain pre-purchase counseling from one of the following approved housing counseling agencies.
        • Program Overview and Forms: Locate a complete list of participating lenders, counseling agencies, income limits and general Neighborhood Stabilization Program information.
        • Rental Housing Opportunities: Here you can find properties which are income and rent-restricted. The limits are set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
      • Opportunities for Small and Section 3 Businesses: Information to help your business. Explore the resources and government contracting available on the Business USA website.
      • Section 108 Loan Guarantee Program: Eligible projects - mixed-use commercial, retail, multi-family rental dvpt, business dvpt, infrastructure, public facilities
      • Wellston Choice Neighborhood Plan: This is a neighborhood revitalization strategy that will achieve the three core goals of Choice Neighborhoods.
      • Invest STL: Invest STL Launch
    • Transportation
    • Countywide Planning & Policy: Developing and promoting policies that ensure a high quality of life for those who live, work in, and visit St. Louis County.
      • Strategic Plan 2013: Read the Imagining Tomorrow Plan. Learn about our commitment to help your community thrive and improve your quality of life.
        • Suburban Poverty Policy Forum: The purpose of the forum was to jump start a county-wide conversation about new tools and approaches to addressing poverty and distressed suburban neighborhoods
      • Age-Friendly: Establishing age-friendly communities, focused on health, well being, social and civic engagement, housing and transportation.
      • Boundary Commission Five-year Cycle: Review a five year overview of the St. Louis County Boundary Commission's notes regarding their specific activities.
    • Planning Zoning and Subdivision Information: Planning Commission, subdivision & zoning, home day care, Board of Zoning adjustment information, Commission meeting schedule.
    • Water Service Line Repair : Learn how the residential water service line repair program works and what do do in the event of a water line break or leak.
    • Sewer Lateral: Review the details of how to avoid the cost of certain sewer lateral repairs for residents in St. Louis County.
    • Clean Green Beautiful: The program strengthens community pride through anti-litter, cleanup and beautification activities and education.
      • Get Involved: Review the volunteer safety guidelines, and safe work practices we employ once you become a cleanup volunteer.
        • Making A Difference 2012: Do you want to make a difference? As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to actively participate in a variety of community projects. Learn more!
      • Awards: Please contact us to recognize a person or group who has gone above and beyond participating in the Clean, Green, Beautiful program.
        • Award Winners: Learn more about the award winners from the Clean, Green and Beautiful program focused on making our County a beautiful and clean place to live.
      • Links and Resources: Locate dozens of websites where you can get involved and make a difference in a number of communities throughout the county.
    • Subdivision Trustee Resource Center: This is the go-to place for all of our subdivision trustee support activities. Check out our cool Trustee Toobox!
      • Workshop Presentations: Locate information aimed at improving all areas of your residential subdivision. Access information from prior workshops.
      • Native Commons: Contact the Grant Program Coordinator to submit an application to discuss the potential project and application requirements.
      • Frequently Asked Questions: We answer all of your questions related to effectively managing a vibrant, safe, policy abiding, productive subdivision.
    • Assessment
    • Taxes and Deeds
    • Real Estate Information
  • Law and Public Safety: Circuit Court, Crime Maps, Municipal Courts, Jail Information, Police Department, Prosecuting Attorney.
    • Police Department: Welcome to the St. Louis County Police Department page. Learn more about the department, our commitment to serving and protecting you, and our department mission.
      • About Us: Learn about the mission and goals of the St. Louis County Police Department. Locate contact information.
        • Chief Jon Belmar: Chief Balmer was appointed to his current position in 2014 by the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners.
        • Board of Police Commissioners: The board allows the police department to remain independent of political influence while providing citizen direct oversight.
        • Values: The St. Louis County Police Department serves its communities with the highest expectations for the value of its employees.
        • Department History and Overview: Explore the diverse and rich history of our police department culminating in the proud tradition for service we have today.
        • CALEA Re-Accreditation: CALEA allows us to further enhance the department's professionalism, efficiency and effectiveness.
        • Those Never Forgotten: We remember with sadness in our hearts those officers that sacrificed all and were lost in the line of duty.
        • Awards - Officer and Citizen: We proudly recognize police officers and citizens who have distinguished themselves through notable acts of bravery or service.
      • Facility Addresses and Phone Numbers: Police Headquarters, Intelligence Unit, Division of Patrol, Media Relations, Municipal Services, Precincts By Location
      • Career Information: Explore current job openings, apply online, review benefits packages, and contact the recruitment office directly.
        • Recruiting Events: Find a list of upcoming employment recruiting events. Connect directly with our recruitment office for more information.
      • Municipal Services and Contracting: We prepare and maintain contracts, provide contracted law enforcement services in Missouri and offer support functions.
      • Commendations and Complaints: Download a complaint form or email Chief Belmar directly, allowing you to recognize or point out an issue or concern.
        • Comments Form: Here you can complete our easy online form to provide feedback to the police department as a citizen of St. Louis County.
        • Citizen Satisfaction Survey: The Police Department believes transparency is important to good citizen and officer relationships. Share your thoughts.
      • Drug Activity Reporting Form: Use this simple online form to send us a message of concern or a tip regarding drug activity for St. Louis County only.
      • Human Trafficking Report Form: Citizens are encouraged to report trafficking concerns they have observed in the Eastern District of Missouri only.
      • Services: Locate information for vacation inspections, parade and special event permits, crisis intervention, neighborhood policing and more.
        • Patrol Services: The Division of Patrol maintains a presence 24 hours a day with officers who respond to any emergency or call for service.
        • Specialized Services: We go above and beyond to protect our citizens with a variety of special operations services. Review the complete list here.
        • Criminal Investigative Services: Crimes against persons, against property, drug enforcement, criminal investigation, fugitive affairs, and administration.
        • Operational Support / CARE and Communications: Explore the many operational support services provided by the police department to keep our communities safe and secure.
        • Central Police Records: The Bureau of Central Police Records, located at 7900 Forsyth St, is open from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Mon-Fri excluding holidays.
        • Neighborhood Policing: Learn how neighborhood policing affects you, the role of beat officers and when you should report a crime.
        • Vacation Inspection: Contact your local precinct and make a vacation inspection request. Make sure you have all the right information available.
      • Media Resources: Find and view current and past press releases, email sign up for press releases and media advisories.
      • Resources for Citizens
        • Communities We Serve: This is a list of all communities patrolled by St. Louis County Police and their parent Precinct.
        • Press Releases: Locate current and past press release information posted by the St. Louis County (Missouri) Police Department.
        • Department Procedures: The St. Louis County Police Department operates under a set of written procedures to be followed in a wide range of situations.
        • Surviving an Active Shooter Incident: This video, in English and Spanish, educates you on what to do should you be caught in an active shooter environment.
        • Annual Reports: Beginning with the 2005 Annual Report, we will post all annual reports for public access. Anniversary Reports also available.
        • Important Phone Numbers
        • Registered Sex Offenders: The revised statutes of Missouri mandate that a sex offender database be maintained and a website that is accessible to the public.
        • Concealed Carry: We accept applications at police headquarters in Clayton, MO. Review pricing and the formal procedure to acquire a permit.
        • Safety and Informational Brochures: Please locate a variety of downloadable brochures about important safety issues and neighborhood policing initiatives.
        • Fraud Unit Q/A: Review the most common questions to assist you in the event you become a victim of fraud or identity theft.
        • Internet Safety: Review our links. Sit down with your family and children to discuss how to be safe when accessing the Internet.
        • Ten Most Wanted: Review our updated document with the St. Louis County Police Department's Most Wanted Fugitives.
        • News: Check and see the all of the countywide news and events going on. Check back frequently as we update the page often!
      • Divisions: Division of Patrol, Division of Special Operations, Division of Criminal Investigation, Division of Operational Support.
        • Office of the Chief of Police: Read the biography of Jon Belmar, our St. Louis County Police Department Chief of Police.
        • Division of Patrol: Find information for each Precinct Commander including a phone number and email address for each individual.
        • Division of Special Operations: Bureau of Drug Enforcement, Metrolink Police Unit, Bureau of Tactical Support and Bureau of Security Services.
        • Division of Criminal Investigation: Bureau of Drug Enforcement, Bureau of Criminal Identification, and the head of the Division of Criminal Investigation.
        • Division of Operational Support: Locate information for the Bureau of Staff Services, Bureau of Communications and the head of the Division of Operational Support.
      • 1st Precinct North County: Locate station locations, boundary map, contact information, crime tips. Read a message from the 1st Precinct Captain.
        • Contact Information and Bios: Learn more about Captain Guy Means and locate helpful contact information for the 1st Precinct, North County.
        • News Releases: News of interest for North County Precinct residents is posted here. News of interest? Please contact Officer Mark Eberwein at meberwein@stlouisco.com or call (314) 438-4618.
        • Events and Calendar: Here you will find information on events specific to our precinct. You'll also be able to view a complete calendar of events.
        • Precinct Crime Map
      • 2nd Precinct Central County: Locate precinct station locations, boundary map, contact information, crime tips, and a message from the 2nd Precinct Captain.
      • 3rd Precinct Affton Southwest: Locate precinct station locations, boundary map, contact information, crime tips. A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • 4th Precinct South County : Precinct station locations, boundary map, contact information, crime tips, newsletter. A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • 5th Precinct City of Fenton: See precinct station locations, a boundary map, contact information, crime tips. A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • 6th Precinct City of Wildwood : Locate precinct station locations, a boundary map, contact information, crime tips. A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • 7th Precinct West County: All precinct station locations, a boundary map, contact information, crime tips, A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • 8th Precinct City of Jennings: All precinct station locations, a boundary map, contact information, crime tips. A message from the Precinct Captain.
      • Bureau of Communications: The Bureau answers 800,000 annual calls requesting 911 services or other information and dispatch 450,000 calls for service.
        • Bureau History: Captain Steve Sack oversees the Bureau of Communications. Learn more about our history and locate our contact information.
        • Operational Information: We function on a full-time basis, with a staff of 79. For more information contact Captain Steve Sack, Commander.
        • Organizational Chart: Review the Bureau of Communications Organizational Chart in detail for the St. Louis County Police Department.
        • CALEA Accreditation: This accreditation demonstrates our organization maintains the highest operational quality through periodic reviews.
        • Civilian Code of Ethics: I recognize I am a valuable member of the St. Louis County Police Department as a civilian employee.
        • Citizen Survey - Dispatcher: Complete our online form and provide us your feedback with our dispatch team so we can improve the quality of our service.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: Find the answer to your questions regarding how to use 911 properly. Commend the actions of the police department.
      • Citizens Academy: The Citizen Police Academy promotes understanding and cooperation between the department and our citizens.
        • Citizens Academy Photos: Explore our photo library of police officers and citizens coming together to support one another.
        • Citizens Academy Events: Our Citizen Academy Events page provides you upcoming event information where you can actively participate in our program.
        • Citizens Academy Contact Us: Locate email addresses and phone numbers to contact the members of the Citizens Academy within your respective precinct.
      • Crime Laboratory: Learn about the St. Louis County Crime Laboratory's mission, responsibilities, roles, hours of operation and how to reach us by phone.
        • Biology/DNA Unit: Review the duties and responsibilities of the Biology and DNA Unit for St. Louis County. We are committed to supporting and solving case issues.
        • Drug Chemistry Fire Debris Explosives: The St. Louis County Police Crime Laboratory serves 91 municipalities, 60 police departments and federal agencies including DEA, FBI and ATF.
        • Firearms Toolmarks Unit: The role of a Firearm and Toolmark Examiner is to formulate opinions relative to submitted firearm and tool evidence which otherwise stands mute.
        • Impressions Unit: The Impression Unit analyzes evidence found at the scene of a crime which can be helpful to determine guilt or innocence and further the investigation.
        • Photographic Services Unit: We provide a range of photographic services that include printing, processing and storage of digital/film images and historical photographs.
        • Evidence Custodian Unit: Evidence Custodians are responsible for accepting evidence submitted to a crime laboratory and ensuring that all items are correctly labeled and packaged.
        • Satisfaction Survey: Provide feedback on services received from the St. Louis County Police Crime Laboratory. We will use your input to improve services to future customers.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: Review the most common answers to questions related to DNA analysis and DNA profiling from the St. Louis County Crime Laboratory Team.
        • Digital Forensics: A Digital Forensic Examiner collects a wide variety of evidence from a number of different sources to assist our police department in solving crimes.
      • Drug Task Force
      • Safe Schools Partnership
      • Welfare Association
    • Police Academy: Under the direction of Lieutenant Steve Hampton, the academy offers continuing education coursework for law enforcement and related department personnel.
      • Basic Training: Locate information related to basic training admission requirements, agility test dates, curriculum, open enrollment for graduates and more.
        • Notices: Physical training test dates, open enrollment graduates, classes start and graduation dates. General contact information.
        • Physical Agility Test: Specific details related to entry-level, mid-level, and final exam physical agility standard requirements. Running, sit-ups and push-ups.
        • Admission Requirements: The academy offers a 25-week basic recruit training program. Recruits attend class full-time, five days a week. Learn more by visiting this page.
        • University Partnerships: We have two area universities where you can obtain the training necessary. Learn about the requirements for participation in the program.
        • Academy Intro Video: Watch our You Tube recruitment video and learn about our philosophy, curriculum and admissions procedures for you to become an officer.
      • Continuing Education: Locate helpful information including course catalogs, Police Academy newsletters, CIT Training, PLS Training, and Missouri Safety Center Training.
        • Frequently Asked Questions: Answers to your questions regarding newsletters, certificates recommendation, registration process, class locations, lodging, costs, and dress code.
        • Course Catalog
        • Online Registration: Use our convenient online form to register for continuing education. Only authorized department training coordinators or supervisors may create a registration.
        • Notices: Locate helpful information as you pursue your continuing education objectives. Contact us with questions regarding any of these notices.
        • Newsletters: Past and current Academy Newsletters provide a listing of all continuing education or specialized security force training courses currently scheduled.
        • PLS Training: Subject content includes officer well-being, impartial policing practices, handling persons with mental health issues, deescalation training and crisis management.
      • Computer Training
      • Maps: Maps and directions for lodging in Clayton, lodging near the airport, lodging in St. Charles, lodging in Eureka, lodging in Fenton. Directions from the airport.
        • CMPA Approach Photos: For out-of-town instructors and class participants we have provided some approach photos to help you find us once you get here.
      • News: Review current and past news releases along with CALEA Accreditation, PLS Training and contact information for the Police Academy.
        • CALEA Accreditation: Access information for the online CALEA accreditation record, CALEA Training Academy Accreditation Program, and County Police Department CALEA accreditation.
      • Special Events: This calendar includes special events being sponsored by the Academy, or events of which Academy clients might wish to be aware.
      • Academy Staff: Academy Staff members listed here may be contacted by telephone or e-mail. The Academy main number is 314-889-8600. The main number takes voice messages after hours.
      • Links: Access a wide variety of sites which participants have found useful. They include websites to government, law enforcement, and legal websites.
      • Message from the Director: I would like to welcome you to the County and Police Academy website. We have always prided ourselves on being at the forefront of law enforcement training.
      • Board of Managers: The CMPA serves the St. Louis County Police Department, Municipal Departments, and many other departments in the surrounding counties as well.
      • Learning Skills: Designed for recruits who have been assigned to a recruit class, but have not yet begun their studies. Introductory skill and assessment exercises.
    • Crime Maps
    • Family Court
    • Jail
    • Most Wanted
    • Municipal Courts: Welcome to the Municipal Courts home page. Find information on appearing in court, tickets, docket schedules and more.
      • Locations and Hours: Here you can find the status of an open ticket, ticket explanations, pay a ticket online, see the court business hours and address.
        • Central Division: Municipal Court, Central Division location, business hours and Division Clerk information.
        • North Division: Municipal Court, North Division location, business hours and Division Clerk information.
        • South Division: Municipal Court, South Division location, business hours and Division Clerk information.
        • West Division: Municipal Court, West Division location, business hours and Division Clerk information.
      • Docket Schedules: Municipal Court docket schedules in pdf format.
      • Appearing in Court: Details about personal conduct, costs, and penalties associated with appearing in municipal court.
      • Driver License Point System: Missouri Department of Revenue Drivers License Bureau Point System Violation Description Table
      • Judges: General information about municipal court judges and links to biographies of each current Municipal Court judge.
        • Judge Tania Aldaddah: Judge Tania Aldaddah, was appointed in 2015 and serves as a Municipal Division Judge of the St. Louis County Municipal Court, South Division.
        • Judge Daniel Brown: Judge Brown is a Partner at the law firm of Smith Brown LLC where he focuses on Civil Litigation and Corporate Representation.
        • Judge Craig J. Concannon: Judge Concannon was appointed in 2015 and serves as a Municipal Division Judge of the St. Louis County Municipal Court, West Division.
        • Judge Celeste E. Endicott: Judge Endicott has served as a St. Louis County Municipal Court judge since 1992. She served as an assistant prosecuting attorney from 1988 until 1992.
      • Holiday Schedules: Municipal Court scheduled holidays
      • Phone Numbers: Use our automated traffic ticket information line by calling 314-615-8055. You can reach all of the court offices at 314-615-8760.
      • Notice of Rights: Learn more about your rights if you have been charged with an ordinance violation. Court appearances, the arraignment process and your right to a lawyer.
      • Violation Bureau Fine Schedule (pdf): Review this document to better understand costs associated with appearing in court and the out-of-pocket fees you'll pay for specific offenses.
    • Circuit Court
    • Emergency Management: Our vision is a safer future through partnerships focused on saving lives and reducing the impact of disasters.
      • Basic Emergency Operations Plan: The Emergency Support Functions are how we organize and provide assistance during the response and recovery of a disaster.
      • The Four Phases of Emergency Management: Read more about these important fours phases that we deploy in emergency situations such as floods and disasters.
      • Weather-Alert Radios: When a tornado or severe weather event occurs, a radio weather information broadcast will alert you when to take shelter.
      • St. Louis County Outdoor Warning Sirens: Warning the public of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes is the National Weather Service's most important job.
      • St. Louis County Outdoor Warning Siren Map: Our interactive map lets you know where the closest siren is located to your residential home or place of business.
      • Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC): We create response plans, develop education programs, conduct training, chemical industry awareness, and compliance programs.
        • LEPC Meetings: The 2017 Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting schedule has been posted and is now available for viewing.
        • LEPC Membership: Locate the official membership of the St. Louis County Local Emergency Planning Committee along with contact information.
        • Information For Reporting Facilities : Locate documents and links here to file your Tier 2 Reports including a sample Tier 2 Report and fee calculation sheet.
        • Information For Citizens: Learn about chemicals that pose a threat to you and your household. Contact the Poison Control Center during an emergency.
      • Mobile Command Center: The vehicle is used for disasters, major fires, tactical situations, hazardous materials, major crime situations.
      • Get Prepared: Locate information to better prepare you for any disaster or emergency situation including a family emergency plan.
        • People with Access and Functional Needs: Individuals with disabilities can review our video library and other information to better prepare for an emergency.
        • Emergency Supply Kit: A complete list of the most helpful supplies you will need when a short-term or long-term disaster or critical emergency occurs.
        • Evacuation: Would you know what to do when an emergency requires you to evacuate your home or business for a prolonged period of time?
        • Create a Family Emergency Plan: Your family may not be together when a disaster strikes, so it is important to plan well in advance. Follow our guidelines.
        • Create a Business Emergency Plan: Ask about plans at the places your family spends a lot of time including work, schools, businesses and other common places.
        • Long Term Care Facilities: Does your long-term care facility have a disaster plan? Use our helpful template to updates your plan or build a new one.
        • Sheltering in Place: Prepare for situations where you need to stay where you are and not leave your dwelling. Follow our helpful guidelines.
        • Schools: Each school or daycare facility should have a current emergency response plan. Download and print our helpful disaster resources.
        • Recovering from a Disaster: General advice on steps to take after disaster strikes to begin getting your home, community and life back to normal.
        • Pet Preparedness: Download and print our helpful document "Preparing Makes Sense For Pet Owners" so your pets are safe when a disaster occurs.
        • Churches and Faith Based Organizations: Many faith communities plan an important role in disaster preparation and recovery. Review our helpful documents.
      • St. Louis County Prepares Emergency Preparedness App: Our "Prepares" mobile app includes planning, shelter information, services, and news for disaster preparation.
      • Hazards: As a resident, take time to review our tips to prepare you for a disaster so you know what to do when one occurs.
        • Earthquake: Learn about the most helpful ideas to save your life when an earthquake occurs and you are inside your home or outside.
        • Extreme Heat: Learn what a heat advisory is and an excessive heat warning. Download information to prepare for a heat medical emergency.
        • Fires: Follow our steps to protect you and your family in the event of a fire. Make sure that you own an emergency supply kit.
        • Floods: Follow our helpful steps to protect you and your family should a flood impact your residence or place of business.
        • Hazardous Materials: Hazardous materials include substances that are released due to a transportation accident or chemical accident. Be prepared.
        • Household Chemical Emergencies: Learn what to do before and during a household chemical emergency. Stay safe by knowing which chemicals are dangerous.
        • Lightning and Thunderstorms: Are you and your family proactively prepared for a severe thunderstorm? Explore our helpful tips and ideas to be safe.
        • Public Health Emergency: Follow these helpful steps to be prepared to deal with an unexpected crisis event that can occur at any time.
        • Radiation: Learn what to do and the proper steps to follow if a radiation emergency event occurs to you or your family.
        • Severe Winter Weather / Ice Storms: In Missouri we are subject to dramatic shifts in temperature and severe weather. Explore our solutions to keep you safe.
        • Terrorism: Follow our general safety guidelines should a terrorist event occur and prepare much like you would for other crisis events.
        • Tornadoes: Learn the difference between a tornado watch and warning. Understand conditions that create tornadoes and what to look for.
        • Tornado Safety Videos: Watch our helpful safety videos for when you are home, school, church, mobile home. Sign up for severe weather alerts.
        • West Lake Landfill Page: This landfill in Bridgeton has been placed on the National Priorities List, designating it as a Superfund site.
      • EMA Internship Program: We provide a first-class internship program for students who desire to learn more about leadership and real-world knowledge.
      • PPE Information: Complete the PPE Equipment Form and visit us so we can provide you the necessary equipment for proper protection.
    • Public Administrator: The Public Administrator is a public official working with nine employees focused on providing best-in-class County citizen services.
      • Definitions: Should you be in need of our services, here are common definitions related to working with the public administration department.
      • FAQ's: Find answers to important questions regarding a relationship you have formed with the County Public Administration Department.
      • Sale of Property: If you're looking for properties for sale by the Public Administrator, contact us at these phone numbers listed on the page to learn more.
      • Judgments Obtained: Access this page to locate a list of judgments obtained along with further explanations of judgments obtained.
    • Crisis Intervention Team : Our mission is to deliver positive law enforcement crisis intervention service to people with mental illness.
      • Frequently Asked Questions: Learn more about how the Crisis Intervention Team works, why our community benefits, and email or phone contact information.
      • Participating Agencies and Departments: Participating agencies and hospitals, law enforcement agencies with trained CIT officers along with contact information.
      • How Family and Friends Can Assist CIT Officers: Preparation and common sense actions when a CIT Officer responds to a crisis to help your loved one's level of care.
      • Policies and Forms: General Crisis Intervention Team Policy, Crisis Intervention Flowchart, 96 Hour Involuntary Admission and Suicide Emergency Guidelines.
      • Training Dates and Materials: Basic CIT Training dates, CIT Continuing Education dates, Youth CIT Training, One Week Training Packet.
      • CIT Council Meetings: 2013 meeting schedule. Dates and times are subject to change.
      • Newsletters and Reports: Mental health and mental illness information including a year one evaluation report outlining the program's successes.
    • Emergency Communications Commission : The ECC administers the emergency communication system to communicate within the geographic boundaries of the county.
    • Fire Standards Commission: The St. Louis County Fire Standards Commission determines when applications are released and sets the minimum standards.
      • FSC - Current Board Members: Fire Standards Board Members include seven county residents who are appointed by the County Executive, and confirmed by the County Council.
      • FSC - Charter: The Fire Standards Commission Charter outlines the details as to how the commission will run and be governed.
      • FSC - Contact Information: Locate the phone number and email address for the Executive Director and the Administrative Assistant of the Commission.
      • FSC - Ordinance: The 702 R Ordinance includes training and educational standards, provision of training, meeting standards and penalties.
      • FSC - Links: Locate a variety of website links including information for the various St. Louis Fire Departments and Districts.
    • Law Library: Law Library
    • Prosecuting Attorney: The County Attorney ensures that the laws of the State of Missouri are enforced within St. Louis County.
  • Health and Wellness: Access helpful information for these categories: Dept of Public Health, Diseases, Immunization, Animal Control, Birth/Death Certificates, Medical Examiner, Waste Management.
    • Pollen and Mold Center: Updated pollen and mold data. Tree, grass, and weed counts along with a mold count. Be prepapred before you go outside!
    • Birth and Death Certificates: Receive a birth certificate from 1920 to the present. Death certificates from 1980 to the present. We offer 6 ways you can obtain a certificate.
    • Animal Care & Control: Our mission is to protect the health and welfare of people and animals by controlling populations, enforcing animal care laws, and providing animal shelter care.
      • Pet of the Week: To adopt a pet fill out an adoption application at 10521 Baur Blvd, Olivette, MO. Questions? Call us at 314-615-0650 for more information.
      • Adoptable Pets: We may have the dog or cat you’ve been looking for! Use our online form to find a pet, view pictures, or come to the shelter and bring one home.
      • Lost Pets: Check out our lost pet website to look for your pet at a local shelter or file a lost pet report. Updated hourly so check back often!
      • Location & Hours: Shelter hours are Monday-Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Reach us at 314-615-0650 or 636-589-8210 after hours.
      • Spay/Neuter: We urge that pets be spayed or neutered to prevent the birth of unwanted offspring. View the costs and process for us to help you and your pet.
        • Reduced Cost Spay Neuter Program: For every rabies tag sold, $1 is placed into a special account to fund a voucher program for you to have a pet spayed or neutered at a reduced cost.
      • Volunteer Program: Volunteers help pets become more adoptable, exercise pets with walks and play, create toys to keep the pets happy and help out at events. Sign up today!
      • About Us: Saint Louis County Animal Care & Control guides and protects people and animals for a safe, healthy, and humane community.
        • Board Meetings: The board meets on the third Thursday of every month at the shelter located at 10521 Baur Boulevard, Olivette, from 6 pm – 7:30 pm.
        • Board Members : The Board explores matters related to animal services, care and treatment, and makes recommendations regarding ordinances related to animals.
        • Board Responsibilities and Duties: Review the specific areas and goals that the board focuses on to ensure we are operating in a successful and productive manner.
      • Responsible Pet Ownership: Explore our guidelines to successful and happy pet ownership. Do you have the time and energy to be a responsible pet owner?
      • Report a Bite: We place animals that have bitten people under observation to make sure they receive the proper assessment for signs and symptoms of rabies.
    • Environmental Services: Learn more about air pollution, public health sanitation, recycling, lead poisoning prevention, pollen and mold counts information.
      • Environmental Laboratories: The Environmental Health Laboratories measures levels of environmental toxins such as air, pollen, mold and food known to cause harm to human health.
        • Environmental Analysis Laboratory: Explore our frequently asked questions to learn the steps to take for environmental exposures which may have a direct impact on your overall health.
        • Milk and Water Laboratory: We perform citizen water testing. Review the locations where you can drop off a sample for us to evaluate and provide you the test results.
        • Pollen Information: Read more about when and where pollens are most prevalent in the County. Contact our hotline at 314-615-6825 to get helpful pollen updates.
        • Radiochemistry Laboratory: We perform testing for environmental radiation in all public drinking water supplies for the State of Missouri. Visit our page to learn more.
      • Air Pollution Control Program: Air quality monitoring, asbestos, dry cleaners, gas stations, emissions inventory questionnaires, construction and operating permits.
        • Air Quality Monitoring: Explore these helpful resources. EPA local trends in air quality, AIRNow, Air quality index, St. Louis Regional Clean Air Partnership
        • Asbestos: Locate helpful information regarding ways to control the removal and exposure of asbestos. Locate a variety of downloadable forms.
        • Construction and Operating Permits: Construction and operating permits, portable equipment permits, basic state operating permits, intermediate operating permits and contact information.
        • Dry Cleaners: Dry cleaning facilities using PCE are required to obtain construction and operating permits for dry cleaning machines. Permits are good for the life of the equipment.
        • Emissions Inventory Questionnaires (EIQ): EIQ reporting procedures, due dates, reporting frequency, emission and inspection fees and costs. Also explore useful EIQ links.
        • Gas Stations: The Vapor Recovery program includes regular inspections, performance testing and permitting of GDFs, and system testing for vapor collection.
        • Complaints: Air pollution nuisances, asbestos, idling, odor, open burning, particulate matter, vapor recovery. Review the process to submit a complaint.
        • Permits on Public Notice: Activities included in these permits involve the operation of sources with the potential for producing quantities of regulated air pollutants.
      • Healthy Homes - Lead Poisoning Prevention Program: Our mission is to improving residential environmental health by promoting healthy homes and eliminating the incidence and prevalence of lead poisoning.
      • What is a Healthy Home : Healthy home ideas. Keep your home dry, clean, safe, well ventilated, pest free, contaminant free, well maintained, and thermally controlled.
      • Lead Poisoning Prevention: Lead is a toxic substance that is present in dust, paint, soil, and drinking water. When ingested or inhaled, lead poses a serious health risk.
      • Lead Hazards: Lead is located in a variety of locations. Review this information to understand how to find lead in your home and take the proper steps to remove it.
      • Lead - Protect Your Family: Explore a variety of options to protect you and your family from the dangers of lead exposure. Hire a professional to fix lead problems in your home.
      • Lead Law - Saint Louis Area: Federal, city, county and state laws are in place to protect you from being poisoned by lead. Explore our EPA documents and fact sheets to learn more.
      • Lead - EPA Pamphlets: Read from our library of brochures on tips, protecting your children, paint safety, hiring a contractor, renovation ideas, testing your home and more.
      • Public Health Sanitation Branch: We are responsible for animal control, dairy control, restaurant inspections, vector control and swimming pool codes.
      • Indoor Clean Air Code Complaint Form: Complete this simple online form to report indoor smoking activities at a business where the no smoking law is in effect. You can remain anonymous.
    • About Your Department of Public Health: The Department of Public Heath provides helpful lifestyle information and promotes the core functions of essential citizen health.
      • Advisory Board: The Advisory Board meets the last Monday of every month in the Director's Conference Room, 6121 Hanley Road, Berkely, MO. 63134.
      • History: Explore and learn more about the history of the Saint Louis County Hospital and Saint Louis County Health Department.
      • Internship Program: Need to learn more? Contact our office at 314-615-6490 or send us an e-mail. We look forward to hearing from you and explaining our program.
      • Volunteer Program: Do you have free time? Searching for volunteer opportunities? Are you concerned with your community? Complete our online volunteer application.
      • What is Public Health?: Public health focuses on protecting and improving our health through preventive medicine, health education, sanitation, and environmental hazards.
    • St. Louis County PDMP: The program monitors the prescribing and dispensing of schedule II-IV controlled substances to assist in the prevention of drug misuse and abuse.
    • Mosquito Control : We inspect for rat and mosquito infestations, control breeding sites, control rat infestations, monitor for mosquito-borne disease and provide citizen education.
      • Mosquito Control: Mosquitoes can develop in any standing water. To reduce the mosquito population, eliminate all standing water and debris.
      • Rodent Control: We work only on public property or easements, and cannot pick up dead rodents. Ensure any professional service you use is licensed, bonded and certified.
      • West Nile Virus Information: See how to fight mosquitoes and reduce the risk of West Nile virus on our Mosquito Control page or print the West Nile Virus Information document.
      • Bats and Wildlife Control: Animal Care & Control will remove wild mammals that has had contact with person or pet in your home and could have transmitted rabies through a bite.
    • Children's Service Fund: We are committed to improving the lives of children, youth and families by investing in care solutions to impact mental health and substance abuse issues.
    • Diseases and Immunizations : Immunization, flu campaigns, communicable diseases, control of outbreaks, Tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV counseling and testing.
      • Diseases in the News: Explore information for certain communicable diseases such as the Zika Virus, Ebola, Measles, MERS, Chikungunya, Bats, Rabies, and Pertussis.
      • Immunization Information: Learn where to go to receive a flu shot, travel vaccinations, food handler vaccinations, and school immunization requirements.
      • Information for Healthcare Professionals: CDC Services has information and data for Healtcare Professionals including Zika, Ebola, MERS, H7N9 Influenza, Pertussis and more.
      • Pandemic Flu Information: Emergency preparedness information for families and businesses along with planning tools in the event of of a pandemic flu outbreak.
      • Report Center: Locate a variety of reports for common diseases and health issues which you can download, view or print.
      • Safe Food Handling: The foods that bacteria likes best are meats, milk, eggs, fish and poultry. If in doubt, throw it out. Help prevent food poisoning.
      • Sexually Transmitted Diseases: There are more than 25 different types of germs that can be transmitted through sexual contact. Learn more and be prepared to avoid an STD.
        • Prevention: Sexually transmitted diseases are preventable. Review our list of things you need to know to protect yourself, your partner and prevent infection.
        • Resources: Visit websites and learn more about sexually transmitted diseases. Reach out by phone for assistance and education through the CDC national hotline.
      • Travelers Information: If you travel outside the US, you may encounter various diseases while visiting foreign countries. Review our simple ideas to help protect you.
    • Emergency Preparedness: Review helpful information to proactively prepare for an emergency. Locate contact information for public health emergencies.
    • Food and Restaurants: Resources and information about food safety for both consumers as well as professional food-serving establishments. Codes and forms.
    • Health Centers and Medical Services: Anyone is welcome in our health centers. We accept many major types of insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and offer a sliding fee pay scale option.
      • Corrections Medicine: Our corrections medical program provides medical, mental health, and dental services for county prisoners and detention center youths.
      • HIPAA Notice: The St. Louis County Department of Public Health is committed to protecting your personal health information through the HIPPA Policy Act.
      • Nutrition/WIC Services: We provide supplemental food, nutrition education, and referrals to pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to five years of age.
      • Public Health Nursing Program: The program promotes and preserve the health of populations at risk for poor health outcomes. We work with people who are at a higher risk of illness or poor recovery.
        • Nurse-Family Partnership: Nurses provide support, education, and counseling on health, behavioral, and parenting issues for low-income, first-time mothers.
        • Partnership FAQ: A voluntary prevention program providing nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers in the area.
    • Health Promotion and CHIP: We focus on strengthening the local public health system. Public, private, and voluntary entities, as well as individuals and informal associations.
      • Community Health Assessment
      • Annual Healthy Living Poster Contest: The poster and calendar contest gives health professionals an opportunity to work together to educate youth and promote healthy eating and active living.
        • 2017 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2017 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2016 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2017 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2015 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2015 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2014 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2014 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2013 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2013 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2012 Contest Winners: Here you can find the 2012 Healthy Living poster contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2012 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2017 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2011 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2011 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2010 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2010 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2009 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2009 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2008 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2008 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2007 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2007 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
        • 2006 Calendar Winners: Here you can find the 2006 Healthy Living calendar contest winners by month. View, download and print the winning exhibits.
      • Child Care Health Consultation Programs: On-site consultations that are free of charge. We'll assess your center’s needs, training needs, immunization records, and assist with communicable disease control.
      • School Nurse Liaison: A School Nurse Liaison works with all school nurses throughout Saint Louis County to keep them informed on current health issues.
      • Health Data and Community Health Assessment: By exploring our county public health data, you'll have access to full-scale health assessments along with additional health resource information.
      • Health Resources: Explore from A-Z a wide range of health resource topics. Learn new ways to live and enjoy a more fulfilling and healthier life.
      • Online Brochures and Booklets: Our Department of Health Media Center provides brochures you can read, download or print. Live a happier and healthier life.
      • Published Articles: Health information including mycobacterium tuberculosis tests, food-related pathogens, intravenous drug abuse, STD's, and Tobacco Prevention.
      • The Teenage Health Consultants Program : Every school year, 400 students are trained as Teenage Health Consultants. They lead class discussions and provide health services solutions to teenagers.
      • Workplace Smoking Cessation Program: This free program focuses on tobacco cessation in the workplace, encouraging users to quit, and minimizing exposure to second-hand smoke.
    • Human Services: We are committed to providing the support, service and resources that help individuals of all ages live safely, productively, and independently.
      • Adopt A Family Holiday Project: Individually, or with your family, friends, co-workers, church group, or civic organization, you can make the difference for struggling families.
      • Lakeside Teen Services: Lakeside Center Provides comprehensive residential treatment services for troubled Saint Louis County Teens.
      • Domestic Violence Program: If you are interested in learning more about domestic violence, the shelter or volunteering, call 314-423-1117 and ask for the Community Service Coordinator.
      • County Older Resident Programs: The program provides services to residents age 60 and over focusing on a variety of programs, home services, and ways to assist elderly people in need.
      • County Youth Programs: County Youth Programs, plan, develop, and provide service for children and youth. Volunteers are welcomed. See our contact information.
        • Doors To Success: Doors to Success was created to give young adults an opportunity to work toward earning a GED and succeed in new employment opportunities.
        • The Center For Youth on the Rise: A variety of activities and services at no cost. Legal assistance, case management, employment preparation, educational support. Contact us to learn more.
        • Outstanding Student Leadership Program: The program provides training and recognition to youths, assisting them with development of the skills they need to be effective leaders and citizens.
        • Summer Food Service Program: The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides nutritious breakfast and lunch meals for children at summer program sites in Saint Louis County.
        • Youth and Family Directory: The directory includes valuable, up-to-date information on more than 100 agencies, that provide social services to youth and families. Updated annually.
      • County Veterans Program: We are dedicated to enhancing the lives of veterans and their families through advocacy, education, coordination, and delivery of services.
      • County Homeless Programs: We provide a emergency shelter hotline at 314-802-5444. Speak to someone who can assist you in finding shelter, meals, and other forms of assistance.
      • Workforce Development: Our mission is to serve as a partnership between county residents and businesses supporting economic development with a qualified workforce.
        • About Us: The Missouri Job Center is part of a national network of workforce development professionals supporting employment opportunities through grant funds.
        • Career Center Hours and Locations: Locate information for our job centers in Florissant and St. Ann. View hours, maps and phone numbers. Policy forms can be downloaded and viewed.
        • Announcements and Events: Learn more about upcoming events and workshops to attend and better prepare yourself to apply for new employment opportunities across St. Louis.
        • Career Seeker Services: We are here to provide you with a variety of support tools and resources to help speed up the time it takes you to prepare for and find a new job.
        • Business Services: We support areas businesses with staffing needs. We refer qualified applicants to them in hopes of filling their specific open position needs.
        • Public Notices: The Workforce Development Division is happy to announce the release of our 2016-2020 plan. Download and read the plan to learn more.
        • Locations & Centers: Locate all of our locations including job centers, education and training center, and workforce centers located throughout the county.
      • Functional Needs Registry: We are confidential emergency preparedness registry focused on helping individuals who may need additional assistance during area disasters.
        • Enrollment (pdf)
        • FAQ: Contact the Registry Coordinator at 314-615-4426 or location answers here to common questions about how the registry process works.
      • Forms: Read helpful information about transportation provided by municipalities, local agencies and businesses including citizens with physical disabilities.
    • Medical Examiner: Our mission is to determine the cause of death in sudden, violent and suspicious deaths. Access contact information, and a death reporting phone number.
    • Recycling and Waste Management: It's not just for newspapers. Learn about home and work waste reduction, and proper management of household hazard waste.
      • Recycling at Home: Curbside trash and recycling information, how to reduce and reuse, other recycling options you may not be thinking about.
        • Recycling Curbside: A complete list of residential items that can and cannot be curb recycled. How to acquire a 64 gallon recycling cart.
        • Recycling Drop-off Locations: Information for disposing of your large appliances, free drop off locations, charitable organizations, collection for a fee.
        • Recycling in Our Community: Are you having a special event and wondering how your waste will be handled? Explore this page to learn how we can help.
        • How Do I Get Trash and Recycling Service?: Here we will answer all your questions and get you set up to receive trash and recycling residential service.
        • How Do I Dispose of: Many homeowners don't know the proper steps to dispose of a variety of items. Learn more by visiting this helpful page.
        • Recycling Curbside FAQs: Sometimes it is hard to know what you can dispose of. Read our helpful tips and you won't make the same mistake twice!
        • Recycling Cart Information: Cart maintenance, replacement carts, purchasing options, weekly schedules, unincorporated and municipality cart information.
        • Trash Disposal: Learn where landfills are located which are open to the public. along with transfer stations that are open to the public.
        • Reduce and Reuse: This page is full of awesome ideas to make you a good steward of our environment. Explore options for reusable items also.
        • Options for Reusable Items : Explore a variety of options to divert waste and conserve natural resources through reuse, recycling, or re-purposing.
        • Recycling Electronics: You have a number of fee-based licensed electronic recyclers to choose from who will collect your items. Review our list of options.
        • Multifamily Dwelling Recycling : If you reside in a multi-dwelling location you still have options including starting a multi-family recycling program.
        • Composting Vermicomposting and Organics: Learn about vermicomposting, organics, grass cycling, and the basics of a good and sustainable composting strategy.
        • Waste and Recycling Facilities: This helpful map provides recycling, compost, transfer station, landfill and household hazardous waste facility locations.
      • Recycling at Work: What options do you have for recycling at work? Read our ideas to help your place of business be eco and green friendly.
        • Grant Information: The Solid Waste Management Program provides grant funds to municipalities, public institutions, and businesses.
      • Recycling at School: School recycling programs continue to flourish but not every school is involved. Explore how to include your school.
        • School Programs: The RSP website offers information specific to starting and maintaining a school recycling program. Visit it today!
      • Licensing and General Information: Apply for a demolition waste application, waste hauling license, waste facility license, special waste permit and more.
        • Regulations and Licensing: Learn more about the waste management code, acquiring a special waste permit, waste hauling license or a waste facility license.
        • Types of Waste: Read more about the different types of waste and ideas on how you can establish or remove waste for residents and businesses.
        • Construction and Demolition Recycling: This includes concrete, wood, metals, glass, salvaged building components, roofing materials, cardboard and styrofoam.
        • Recovered Materials Facilities: Diverting waste from landfills helps conserve energy and preserve our natural resources. Locate a facility near you.
      • Contact Us: Locate our phone number and email address here. We'll assist you with questions that you have regarding waste management.
  • Parks and Recreation: Park Trail Maps, Park Pages, Recreation Complexes, Picnics, Banquets, Weddings, Museums, Athletic Fields, Fun things to do in our County Parks!
    • Park Pages: Welcome to our County Park Pages. Here you can find helpful information for all of the parks in St. Louis County.
      • Bee Tree: Visit the Nims Mansion. 10-acre lake, playground, five trails, picnic sites, wedding sites, shelters, frisbee shelter, and fishing.
      • Bella Fontaine: Features and amenities include two playgrounds, walking trails, tennis courts, fishing, basketball, horseshoes, volleyball, athletic fields, softball center, shelters that can be reserved.
      • Bissell House: Tours of the exhibit and historic home are by appointment only and can accommodate up to 20 people. To schedule a tour call 314.615.8800 or email us at Pmailbox@stlouisco.com.
      • Black Forest Park: Park Hours are 8 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. The park is located in the South Carondelet suburbs. Amenities include a shelter that can be reserved, basketball, a playground and athletic fields.
      • Bohrer: Park hours are 8 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, a reservable shelter, tennis courts, spray fountain play area and athletic fields.
      • Buder: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, archery, a model airplane field, reservable shelter and athletic fields.
      • Castlepoint: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include playgrounds, walking trails, basketball, horseshoe pits, volleyball, hopscotch and a reservable shelter.
      • Cliff Cave: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include walking trails, fishing in the Mississippi River and a reservable shelter.
      • Blake C Snyder Memorial: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. The park is named in honor of Officer Blake C. Snyder, a St. Louis County Police officer, who was killed in the line of duty. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, reservable shelter and athletic fields.
      • Creve Coeur: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include 4 playgrounds, spray fountain play area, fishing, boat and bike rentals, boat ramp, walking trails, water trail, disc golf, Go Ape Tree Top Adventure Course, archery, tennis, beach area, and reservable shelters.
      • Endicott: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. The park was renovated in 2001 using funds from St. Louis County’s metropolitan park funds. Amenities include a playground, disc golf, athletic fields and a reservable shelter.
      • Faust: Amenities include Thornhill Grounds, Historic Village, reservable shelter, playground, picnic sites, walking trail, St. Louis Carousel and the Butterfly House.
        • St. Louis Carousel at Faust Park
        • Thornhill: Tours available on select weekend dates in the spring and summer. Free open houses. Cost is $4 per adult and $2 per child. Wheelchair accessible.
        • Historic Village: Tours occur on select weekends in March, April, June and July. Custom 90-minute tour for groups of up to 50 people.
        • Faust Educational Programs and Field Trips: Farmsteading at Thornhill is a 4 hour program. Thornhill on the Frontier, Frontier Homes, Life on the Frontier and The Passage West are 2-hour programs.
      • Fort Belle Fontaine: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Programs include ghost stories, hayrides, geocaching events, eagle watch and trail walk.
      • George Winter: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include fishing, 2 boat ramps in to the Meramec River, trails and a reservable shelter.
      • Greensfelder: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, team challenge course, Alpine Tower, camping, nature learning center and reservable shelters.
      • Jefferson Barracks: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a museum, walking trails, wedding sites, cross country course, disc golf, archery and reservable shelters.
      • King: Park hours are 8 a.m. - 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, basketball and a reservable shelter.
      • Kinloch: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include basketball and a reservable shelter.
      • Larimore: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, tennis courts, basketball, athletic fields, skate park, pump track and a reservable shelter.
      • Lemay: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, spray fountain, basketball and 2 reservable shelters.
      • Lone Elk: The park opens at 7 a.m. (Summer), 8 a.m. (Winter). Gates are opened and the public is free to enter by 7:00 a.m. year-round. The park closes 30 minutes past sunset.
      • Love: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, walking trails, athletic fields and 2 reservable shelters.
      • McDonnell: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include playgrounds, walking trails, picnic sites and 2 reservable shelters.
      • Mathilda-Welmering: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, spray fountain, basketball, athletic fields and a reservable shelter.
      • Memorial: Memorial Park is located in downtown Clayton. Construction began in 2000 for a new park to replace the raised plaza and to incorporate a new police and firefighter memorial.
      • Ohlendorf: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Howard Ohlendorf was a local businessman, civic leader and philanthropist. Amenities include a playground, athletic fields and a reservable shelter.
      • Ohlendorf West: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a playground, fitness trail and Ga Ga Ball Pit.
      • Queeny: Amenities include a playground, trails, tennis, fishing, Greensfelder Recreation Complex, Tails & Trails Dog Park, Museum of the Dog, wedding sites, reservable shelters and corporate picnic sites.
        • TailsandTrailsDogPark: This off-leash, 5-acre park features separate areas for large and small dogs, 2 water features, 4 agility and skill stations, waste bags, WiFi and watering stations.
      • Schaefer Bend: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. St. Louis County acquired the fifteen-acre park in 2014 from Ronald W. Schaefer. It is situated within the proposed Cold Water Creek Greenway.
      • Simpson: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include a 72-acre lake with boat ramp, fishing, playground, walking trails, picnic sites, athletic fields and a reservable shelter.
      • Sioux Passage: Amenities include 2 playgrounds, camping, walking and horseback riding trails, tennis, fishing, basketball, cross country course, disc golf, boat ramp, Winter outdoor sports and reservable shelters.
      • Spanish Lake: Amenities include 2 playgrounds, hiking trails, tennis courts, fishing, cross country course, athletic fields, and reservable shelters.
      • St George: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. The City of St. George was dis-incorporated in 2012. Amenities include a playground.
      • St Vincent: Amenities include a community center, water park, playground, walking trails, tennis, indoor basketball, athletic fields and a reservable shelter.
      • Suson: Amenities include a playground, fishing, reservable shelters and a working animal farm.
      • Sylvan Springs: Amenities include a playground, spray fountain play area, tennis, skate park, and reservable shelters.
      • Tilles: Amenities include the Winter Wonderland Light Display, playgrounds, walking trails, tennis, fishing, spray fountain play area and reservable shelters.
      • Unger: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include fishing, walking trails and a reservable shelter.
      • Veterans Memorial: Amenities include a playground, fishing, indoor basketball, the North County Recreation Complex & Aquatic Center, reservable shelter and the Eagle Springs Golf Course.
      • West Tyson: Park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 30 minutes past sunset. Amenities include trails, group camping and the Roth Lodge.
    • Trails: Trails include dirt paths through the woods and smooth paved paths. Designed for thrill-seekers, adventurers, or casual walking. Enjoy!
      • Trail Maps: Visit us to see official trail maps for all the parks you can visit in St. Louis County. Download and print a map and enjoy the park of your choice!
      • Trails by Surface Type: Here you'll find details of the specific surface type of all of our listed trails. Find your trail of choice, get out there and have fun!
        • Paved Trails: Hikers, bikers and roller board enthusiasts will enjoy the many paved trails we offer throughout the county parks system.
        • Earthen Treadway Trails: We offer a variety of natural, earth-made hiking trails for the beginner to the most advanced hiker.
        • Rock Trails: All weather trails are perfect for biking, and hiking, especially after inclement weather. Find the trail of your choice and enjoy!
      • Trails by User Type: Finding the right trail is easy! Walk, hike, roller blade, street bike, mountain bike or ride a horse based on the trail that fits your activity.
        • Equestrian Trails: We made it easy for you to find a suitable equestrian trail. Short rides? Longer rides? Type of terrain? Accommodations? We have you covered.
        • Mountain Bike Trails: Do you prefer more rugged trail surfaces? We've got 'em. Challenge your technical ability with a wide choice of trails suited to your style.
        • Roller Sport Trails: Our roller sports locations are paved and wide. Give Creve Coeur Lake, Cliff Cave or Grant’s Trail a try. Street and road bikes allowed too.
        • Hiking Trails Only: Every trail is open for hiking or walking. That’s 120 miles of outdoor fun! Paved, rock or good old Mother Nature, you are never too far from a good trail hike.
      • 30-30 Hikes Program: Our 30/30 Hikes Program designates 30 trails all over the St. Louis County area that take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Ready for the challenge?
      • 10-10 Bikes Program: It's easy. Download the park map of your choice and hop on your bike! Enjoy 10 different trails and 10 miles of bike-riding fun!
      • Al Foster Trails: View, download and print trail maps for the Al Foster Trail, Cedar Bluff Trail, and Stinging Nettle Trail. Get out there and have fun!
      • Bee Tree Trails: Bee Tree offers four excellent trails to hike and walk. View, download and print maps for each of these trails. Get out there and have fun!
      • Bella Fontaine Trails: Belle Fontaine Park offers four awesome paved trails for walking, hiking or biking. View, download or print out maps for each trail.
      • Buder Trails: The Meramec Trail is perfect for hiking and biking. Watch the model airplane enthusiasts as you enjoy your walk, right next to the river.
      • Castlepoint Trails: Looking for a challenging fitness walk? You have found it at Castlepoint. It's an easy, loop paved trail with easy parking and access.
      • Champ Trails: The Fleurdelis Trail is an earthen treadway trail offering a challenge for anyone. Easily locate the trail in Champ Park and have fun!
      • Cliff Cave Trails: These three trails in Cliff Cave Park offer both earthen treadway and paved walking experiences. River Bluff, Spring Valley and Mississippi.
      • Blake C Snyder Memorial Trails: Look no further than Blake C. Snyder Memorial Park to find 7 unique and challenge trails to master. View and print trail maps to guide you.
      • Creve Coeur Trails: Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park offers a variety of paved and eathern treadway surfaces. Watch helpful videos and download map printouts.
      • Faust Trails: Faust Park not only offers the Governor Bates Trail (1.3 miles) but many amenities. Take the family and enjoy the Butterfly House and more.
      • Fort Belle Fontaine Trails: View, download or print the trail map for Fort Belle Fontaine. Watch our helpful video to learn more and then enjoy this rock surface trail.
      • George Winter Trails: Check out the two You Tube videos which take you through these excellent trails. Experience both paved and earthen surface trails during your hike.
      • Grants Trail: This family-fun 8 mile trail is located near historic Grant's Farm. Make a day of it. Enjoy this popular paved surface trail.
      • Greensfelder Trails: You want trails, we got 'em! Greensfelder rocks with awesome trails for everyone. This is a popular destination for horseback riding!
      • Jefferson Barracks Trails: The historic Jefferson Barracks offers three short paved trails located near the entrance of the park. Enjoy walking alongside the Mississippi River!
      • Laumeier Trails: The Laumeier Sculptures found in the park is one of the neat attractions along with a mixed surface trail. This is a cool, family-friendly place!
      • Lemay Trails: If fitness is your things then this is a must. Located along the River Des Peres, this park offers a lot of amenities along with a 1 mile trail.
      • Lone Elk Trails: Get ready for an awesome experience. Along with this 4 mile earthen treadway and rock trail, you can see live bison and buffalo in action.
      • Love Trails: Check out our video on this heavy vegetation trail in Love Park. It's a great hike for all seasons, especially in the Fall.
      • Lower Meramec Trails: Hike among the tall trees and experience an open greenway with these two trails. Download and print the trail map and check out our cool video.
      • McDonnell Trails: Take a chance and hike this 1.6 mile trail in McDonnell Park. It's paved with minor elevations. Print out the map so you don't get lost!
      • Queeny Trails: For a variety of hiking options head to Queeny Park. Multiple surfaces based on your preference. We've got cool You Tube videos to view also.
      • Rock Hollow Trails: You can two for the price of one. Hit the Rock Hill 2.3 mile Trail and then jump over to the Al Foster 4.5 Trail. Check out the trail map first.
      • Simpson Trails: Surrounded by Simpson Park Lake, and bordering the Meramec River, these two trails offer scenic views as you navigate on a paved surface.
      • Sioux Passage Trails: Bordering the Missouri River, this trail leads in to a big open area where you can run your dog, have a picnic and enjoy nature's beauty.
      • Spanish Lake Trails: Lakeside hugs Spanish Lake all the way around. Spanish Trace weaves in and out of thick vegetation also near water. One is paved and the other earthen.
      • St Vincent Trails: You'll find the walking path right as you enter and you can easily connect to St. Vincent Greenway Trail for a beautiful, scenic hike.
      • Tilles Trails: Known for its extravagant Christmas light show, Tilles Park also offers a fitness trail with strength and conditioning stations as you hike.
      • Unger Trails: The paved trail at Unger offers a neat walk between the river and a lake. Due to flooding in the past this trail is occasionally closed for repair.
      • West Tyson Trails: Chubb offers a 7 mile hike and you can connect to the Castlewood Loop to add a few extra miles on. Check out our map before you go.
    • Maps & Facts: We have compiled helpful park and trail maps along with general information to make your excursion and hiking adventure fun and exciting.
      • Park Maps: Right here you can view, download or print maps of all the parks in St. Louis County. Parks are sorted by location for your convenience.
      • Camping Locations: Find out information regarding water availability, RV-friendly, bathrooms, showers, shelters, playgrounds, fire rings, and equestrian options.
      • Outdoor Play Area Locations: Interested to know if a playground area is available in a certain park? We have that information! Photos of each individual playground.
        • Affton Outdoor Play Area: Affton Park offers a newer playground complete with slides, rings, swings on a soft surface mat suitable for all ages.
        • Bee Tree Outdoor Play Area: Bee Tree provides a smaller playground area with slides, a small rock wall, situated on a soft mulched landing area.
        • Bella Fontaine Outdoor Play Area: Enjoy two newer playgrounds in this park including multiple slides, toddler swings, and a tic-tac-toe game idea for younger kids.
        • Black Forest Outdoor Play Area: Black Forest provides a family-friendly large playground for kids. Enjoy the curly cue slide, swings, agility and strengthening bars.
        • Bohrer Outdoor Play Area: Make a day of it! Enjoy long chain swings, younger child swings, pass through tubes, agility equipment, ladders and more.
        • Buder Outdoor Play Area: Situated on a soft sand base, this neat playground offers a little bit of everything including arm rings, slides and parent seating.
        • Castlepoint Outdoor Play Area: Located at 2465 Baroness Drive, this playround is located near bathrooms, a shelter and lots of wide open grass to make your day in the park fun.
        • Clydesdale Outdoor Play Area: You won't find any horses, but the playground is ready for you! Located at 9801 Green Park Road, this play area is perfect for parents and kids alike!
        • Creve Coeur Outdoor Play Area: There are four outdoor playgrounds strategically located around the Creve Coeur Lake. Make a day of it and enjoy this fantastic park.
        • Endicott Outdoor Play Area: The play area is located in the center of the park and can be found at 2950 Endicott Ave. Check out the photo gallery to see the layout of the playground.
        • Faust Outdoor Play Area: You'll find the Faust Park outdoor play area at 15185 Olive Blvd. The playground offers all the cool amenities. Make a day of it at Faust!
        • Greensfelder Outdoor Play Area: Greensfelder is one of our more popular parks, especially for horseback rides. The outdoor play area is located right next to the park entrance.
        • Kennedy Outdoor Play Area: Don't get lost inside this massive park as you make your way to the play area. Once there enjoy swings, slides and a fun and safe place for kids of all ages.
        • King Outdoor Play Area: Located at 1491 Dielman Road, this outdoor playground is designed for kids of all ages. Outdoor tennis courts are available as well.
        • Larimore Outdoor Play Area: Larimore Park can be found at 11726 Larimore Road. The playground is located near the back end of the park next to the bathrooms.
        • Lemay Outdoor Play Area: Nothing is as cool as the play area at Lemay Park. Enjoy a soft landing area, parental seating, swings, slides and a fun day of fun for all!
        • Love Outdoor Play Area: Many County citizens fall in love with Love Park once they experience all it has to offer, including a fun outdoor play area with slides and swings.
        • Mathilda-Welmering Outdoor Play Area: Situated and bordered by residential homes, this historic park provides a challenging and fun playground area that your kids are going to love.
        • McDonnell Outdoor Play Area: There are two fun play areas located in McDonnell Park which can be found at 2961 Adie Road. Make a day of it and enjoy all the park ammentities too.
        • Ohlendorf Outdoor Play Area: Bathrooms are within walking distance of the Ohlendorf Park play area. Agility bars, swings and a full day of fun is awaiting you!
        • Ohlendorf West Outdoor Play Area: Located near the park entrance, this outdoor playground is located at 1150 Hanna Road. Check out the photo gallery to see the details of the playground.
        • Queeny Outdoor Play Area: You can do a lot of cool things at Queeny. Bring the kids to a neat, historic outdoor play area with lots of sand, cool tunnels and slides.
        • Simpson Outdoor Play Area: Enjoy an amazing lake while visiting the Simpson play area in the park. This playground offers a wide variety of amenities for all sized kids.
        • Sioux Passage Outdoor Play Area: This fun outdoor play area is located at 17930 Old Jamestown Road. Check out on page map so you can easily locate the playground upon your arrival.
        • Spanish Lake Outdoor Play Area: The two Spanish Lakes Playgrounds can be found at 12500 Spanish Pond Road. You can also enjoy hiking trails and reserve a shelter for the day.
        • St George Outdoor Play Area: If you live near the St. George Park area, don't forget to swing by and enjoy this fun playground designed for kids of all ages.
        • St. Vincent Outdoor Play Area: Located at 7335 St. Charles Rock Road, the St. Vincent Playground is located next to bathrooms and a walking trail is accessible.
        • Suson Outdoor Play Area: Our photo gallery will give you a good idea of how this playground is laid out and the many fun things you can do when you visit.
        • Sylvan Springs Outdoor Play Area: This is a modern day cool playground area with a wide variety of things to do and bathrooms right on the spot. Have fun and get out there!
        • Tilles Outdoor Play Area: Tilles Park offers two playground areas for kids of all ages. Enjoy newer playground amenities , located near bathrooms, with parent seating areas.
        • Veterans Memorial Outdoor Play Area: Located at 2577 Redman Road. Check out this fun playground for kids of all ages. Slides, soft landing area, agility bars, and swings.
      • Year-Round Restrooms: View, download or print out this handy document providing you specific details on where you can find year round bathrooms in our parks.
      • GPS Fun: Within these pages find the GPS coordinates for natural and man-made curiosities all within your St. Louis County Parks.
      • Department Policies: Locate specific rules and regulations for all types of sports, and activities. Play by the rules. Be safe. Have fun while you find your next adventure.
      • Park History Documents: We have conveniently outlined and detailed a general overview of each of the parks located in St. Louis County. Informative and interesting facts!
    • Recreation Complexes: Learn more about our recreation complexes, community centers, swimming and skating venues in St. Louis County.
    • Museums Art & History: Explore our variety of awesome parks, museums, and historic landmarks. Perfect for families and kids of all ages.
    • Children's Fun: Kids love it here with all of the different activities and venues we offer to spark their imagination.
    • Schools & Groups: Explore and enjoy fun activities including educational programs and field trips located throughout the County.
    • Sports: Our Sports page has you covered. Try Pickleball, Gaga Ball or visit a softball or soccer complex.
    • Picnics Banquets & Weddings: Learn more about the many parks we have which offer wedding facilities along with event gatherings.
      • Corporate Picnics: Learn more about how the Department of Parks and Recreation will work with you to find the perfect location for your company event.
      • Weddings: Contact us to learn more about wedding sites located in selected parks throughout the county.
    • Get Involved: Are you looking for new ways to get involved and help our communities? Visit our page and learn more!
      • Volunteers: Explore some fantastic people and companies that made the commitment to volunteer and improve some of our parks!
        • Trail Crew: Help us build new trails, create extensions and repair trails. Limb removal, erosion control, tree trimming and general maintenance. Connect with us to learn more!
        • Gardening: Join us for gardening chores at parks around the County. Volunteer Gardeners meet once a week and work alongside Master Gardeners!
        • Honeysuckle Removal: Corporate and school groups can schedule weekday honeysuckle removal projects, tailored to fit your group’s age, size, time and location preference.
        • Trail Watch: Trail Watch is a volunteer program in which hikers, cyclist, skaters and equestrians assist park rangers in monitoring the many trails in our St. Louis County parks.
        • Museum Attendant
        • Farm Hands
      • Internships
      • Master Gardeners
        • Meet the Master Gardeners: Some people love to garden and this group takes it to a whole new level. Enjoy meeting the team!
    • Things To Do: Our "Things To Do" page is constantly updated with awesome activities that are perfect for people of all ages. Check it out and have fun!
    • About Us
    • Events: View our monthly calendar of family-fun park events. Join us for activities year-round happening at a County park.
  • Access STLCO: The Access STL Category offers a broad selection of different things to do in the County, including special programs and employment opportunities.
    • Housing: Our housing page offers you information and resources to find a home in the St. Louis County area.
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    • Transportation : Review, print and download a document providing you accessible transportation provided by municipalities and local agencies or businesses for St. Louis County.
    • Committee on Disabilities: We investigate the needs of people with disabilities and to serve as a primary point of contact for the citizens of St Louis County.
    • Recreational Activities: Welcome to the County Parks and Recreation page. We have a lot to offer. Look around and find great ideas to spend your time with your family, friends or a group.
    • County Older Resident Program: The St. Louis County Older Residence Program offers a number of services available to the older citizens located in St. Louis County.
    • Age Friendly Initiative: Our mission is to cultivate a healthy, inclusive and accessible St. Louis County for residents who choose to live here into retirement.
    • County Employment: St. Louis County Civil Service employment is where you can look for a job, see the most current and up-to-date listings, and apply online.