So many of our employees have made life-long commitments to @stlcitygov and to St. Louis. A huge congratulations and thank you to Pat Young, Mike Bernich and Bill Jansen for your 40 years working for the City.
Spent the morning at English Cave Community Garden in Benton Park with some of the neighbors responsible for transforming vacant lots in St. Louis into beautiful community gardens. Thanks to the hard work of @gatewaygreeningstl, LRA and Alderman Gunther for working together to preserve these important community spaces.
Beautiful dedication of statue of Mayor & Gov. David R Francis in Francis Park. He gave these 60 acres to the City in 1916 to establish the Park.
Funded entirely by friends and neighbors - TY Steve Doss and Friends of Francis Park
October 10th is the deadline to register to vote before the midterm election.
If you’re not registered, be sure to register before this Wednesday!
If you are registered, make a plan to make it to the polls on November 6th!
Conventions are so important to our regional economy, bringing millions of dollars to St. Louis each year. Which is why the City & County are coming together to invest $175 million into re-imagining the America’s Center.
There are more than 95 (!!!) block parties and neighborhood gatherings in St. Louis tonight for National Night Out! Way to go, St. Louis!
Get out in your neighborhood tonight, get to know your neighbors and help build a stronger #STL .
Moving St. Louis and Missouri forward requires investing in our workforce and our young people. Thanks to Roosevelt High School’s JAG program and to Ranken for working to set young St. Louisans up for success.
Innovation hubs like @made_in_stl and @trex.stlouis are redefining the St. Louis economy. Collaboration and support from state & federal partners helps innovators, makers and entrepreneurs thrive in our city.
Touring St. Louis today with Governor Parson and @mayorslyjames, highlighting opportunities for collaboration between cities & the state to improve public safety, promote economic development and grow our workforce.
Keep an eye out for these orange stickers. The Building Division will be posting them on buildings that will soon be demolished. You can also track publicly funded demolitions of vacant buildings that are beyond saving at www.stlvacancy.com
Lining up for Labor Day Parade, standing together for working families.
Little known fact- Labor Day became Fed holiday in 1894- following nationwide pullman railroad strike. Thanks to labor everywhere - especially those working today.