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Archive: April 2015




Apr 30 2015

County Health Department Strongly Urges Adherence to the CDC Vaccination Schedule


World Immunization Week runs from April 26th through May 2nd and the Saint Louis County Department of Health is using the opportunity to strongly urge everyone to comply with the vaccination schedule recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).



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Apr 29 2015

Water Main Project Will Slow Traffic on Heege


Motorists will experience substantial, day-time delays on Heege Road, between Laclede Station Road and Mackenzie Road in South St. Louis County, through at least the end of summer.

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Apr 29 2015

St. Louis City, County Named Promise Zone


.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro visited St. Louis today to announce the area has won the prestigious U.S. Promise Zone designation. The announcement was made at the MET (Metropolitan Training and Education) Center in Wellston, St. Louis County’s main job training facility.



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Apr 24 2015

Landfill Tipping Fees - Health Department


Landfill Tipping Fees - Health Department

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Apr 23 2015

Laumeier Sculpture Park Presents 28th Annual Art Fair on Mother’s Day Weekend


Laumeier Sculpture Park presents its 28th Annual Art Fair on Mother’s Day weekend, May 8–10, 2015.

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Apr 22 2015

Road Improvements To Close Lansdowne During Week Days


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).



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Apr 22 2015

Health Department Cautions Residents about Interaction with Wildlife


Any county resident who encounters a bat in their home – alive or dead – is urged to call the health department immediately.  Residents should not attempt to capture a live bat but should confine it to the room where it was discovered so that animal control officers can collect it for possible rabies testing.



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