St. Louis County has been working on a sustainable zoning and subdivision ordinance revision project. As part of that project, the County requested their consultant to prepare a Code Assessment Manual, to be used as a guide for municipalities within the County.
The purpose of the Manual is to guide other local governments that are interested in making their codes more sustainable and energy efficient through a three-step process: (1) Inventorying current land use regulations; (2) identifying barriers, incentives and gaps in those regulations; and (3) determining priority code amendments to achieve community sustainability goals.
We are excited to distribute this Manual and hope you find it useful.
If you have any questions about the Municipal Manual or the zoning updates, please contact the Project Manager, Jen Samson, at [email protected].
Electronic versions of many publications are available free of charge (see below). Paper versions are available for a fee covering our printing costs and sales tax (plus postage, if applicable).
To obtain paper versions of our publications, mail your request, along with a check payable to the "St. Louis County Department of Planning," to St. Louis County Department of Planning, 41 South Central Ave, St. Louis, MO 63105.