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Archive: November 2017




Nov 30 2017

Architectural/Engineering Consulting firms to design two new Precincts, #1 and #3, for the St. Louis County Police Department - RFQ


The St. Louis County Department of Public Works is requesting Statements of Qualifications(SOQs)

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Categories: categoryRequests for Proposals



Nov 13 2017

Public Open House on Jamestown Mall Site Monday, November 27, 2017


On Monday, November 27, 2017 from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., St. Louis County, the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and the St. Louis County Port Authority will host a public open house regarding the Jamestown Mall site. 

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Categories: categoryHome Page categoryMedia Center categoryJamestown Mall categoryCounty Executive



Nov 07 2017

St. Louis County Executive Releases First PDMP Report


St. Louis County has released a report covering the first three months of its Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. The information pertains to the 14 jurisdictions that went live during the program’s inception on April 25, 2017.

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Categories: categoryHome Page categoryMedia Center categoryCounty Executive



Nov 06 2017

St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center Offers Free Adoptions to Veterans this Weekend


Free pet adoptions available to veterans from November 10 through 12, 2017.

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Categories: categoryHome Page categoryMedia Center



Nov 06 2017

2017 St. Louis County Property Tax Bills Are On The Way


The St. Louis County Collector of Revenue is currently mailing 2017 property tax bills to St. Louis County property owners, and has posted the 2017 tax amounts on St. Louis County’s website www.stlouisco.com. Real property tax bills are mailed prior to personal property tax bills.

Categories: categoryHome Page categoryRevenue



Nov 02 2017

St. Louis County Executive Announces Proposition P Budget Details


St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger today announced details of how revenue from Proposition P will be budgeted next year for St. Louis County. In April, County voters overwhelmingly approved Prop P, a half-cent sales tax with proceeds earmarked for police and public safety in St. Louis County and County municipalities. 

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Categories: categoryHome Page categoryMedia Center categoryLaw & Public Safety



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