Effective Monday (April 27, 2015), a short section of Lansdowne Avenue will be closed to thru traffic from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., during the regular work week (Monday through Friday).
In the coming months, St. Louis County officials will be working closely with its advisory taskforce and professional network of service providers to develop goals, outcomes and recommendations for a three-year action plan that is expected to be completed by June, 2015.
To get more information and stay connected to St. Louis County’s initiative, go to www.stlouisco.com/agefriendly or contact the St. Louis County Planning Department at (314) 615-2520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Effective Nov. 3, 2014, a Missouri American Water Company project will significantly slow traffic on Hanley Road, between Clayton Road and Forsyth Boulevard in Clayton.
For at least the next five months, water utility contractors will be excavating a trench down the middle of Hanley into which a new 8” water main will be installed. The new pipe will replace a 100-year-old, break-plagued water line.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded St. Louis County Government $2,496,364 for lead remediation in residential properties.
The Office of Community Development was awarded $2,396,364 in Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control grant program funding and an additional $100,000 in healthy homes initiative funding. St. Louis County Office of Community Development will address lead hazards in 200 housing units, and will also perform healthy homes assessments in 20 units.
In total, HUD awarded more than $112 million in grants nationwide to 39 local and state government agencies and research institutions as part of this announcement ensuring families safe places to live.