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Recent Announcements

  • St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Association Meeting
    The Saint Louis Hills Neighborhood Association will host its next general meeting from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 21 in the cafeteria of Bishop DuBourg High School. 

    Guest speakers will include Chief of Police John Hayden and Director of Public Safety Jimmie Edwards, who will be on hand to discuss crime and safety with residents. Attendees will also hear from our neighborhood's newly-formed safety committee. 

    Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Guests can enter through either the front or rear of the building.

  • June Neighborhood Office Hours
    Tom will host his next neighborhood office hours on Thursday, June 28 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at River’s Edge Social (6997 Chippewa). During the evening session, guests are welcome to enjoy dinner and/or drinks at their own pace. Tom will stop by the table of each patron who informs him that they have a topic for discussion that evening.

  • Grass Mowing and Tree Trimming
    The City is still readying for service much of the equipment that is needed to trim the grass and trees that it maintains. Because this summer’s growing season arrived more rapidly than in prior years, the Forestry department is asking for your patience while it ramps up its operations. Please continue to route all mowing and trimming requests through the Citizen’s Service Bureau. As always, residents are invited to contact Tom if they feel that their service requests are not being addressed in a timely fashion.


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