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Registration for all classes is available at the Control Desk.
NOTE: If food will be served or sold you will need to call the St. Louis County Health Department at 314-615-8900.
Everyone residing in University City needs an occupancy permit. This permit is also usually needed before a mortgage company closes on a home loan.
An occupancy permit can be obtained through the Department of Community Development. Contact the Department at (314) 505-8500 for permit and application fees or more information.
A business license can be obtained from the Finance Department AFTER a commercial occupancy permit has been approved. For information about the business license, contact the Finance Department at (314) 505-8544.
Please click on the link below to determine what ward within which you reside. For questions, contact the Department of Community Development Ward Map
For inquiries, please contact Centennial Commons, 314.505.8625 or Relay Missouri 800.735.2966 (TDD)
September 5, 2017 to May 25, 2018 .Morning Lap Swim:Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 6 - 8am.Tues. and Thurs., 7 - 9am.
Based on University City School District calendar, swimming sessions will not be available on several dates when school is not in session. Please refer to the current Recreation Guide for specific dates. In case of inclement weather or emergency situations, swimming session cancelations will be posted at the Natatorium entrance.For admission and additional information: contact Centennial Commons, 505.8625
Improvements that disturb or occupy the street pavement, curb & gutter, driveway entrances, sidewalk, alleys, and bikeways, bridges, landscaping or grassed areas.
Utility work, excavations, borings, repair & restoration, and new construction where heavy equipment may damage the City’s right-of-way.
Whether a job calls for replacement or repair of underground utilities, temporary equipment storage on City streets, or construction of any type that will use or occupy city streets, sidewalks or grassy areas, users must obtain a right-of-way permit from the Public Works and Parks Department.
4. Rebuilding Together – With the help of volunteers, this not-for-profit organization offers free crucial repairs to improve the homes of those in need, including elderly residents of St. Louis For more information, Call 314-918-9918 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. OATS (Older Adults Transportation Services) - OATS is a public transportation system that helps older and disabled citizens get to work, doctor appointments, essential shopping, and other places people need to go, at no charge to the passenger. Reservations can be made by calling 314-888-6720, at least 3-5 days ahead of when a ride is needed. http://www.oatstransit.org/
2. Neighbor Driving Neighbor Program – The St. Louis County Older Resident Program (CORP) provides a volunteer driver program. The drivers use their own vehicles to transport older adults to and from medical appointments and other high priority destinations, at no charge to the customer, but 2-4 days’ lead time is requested in order to allow staff the time to arrange the service. Call (314) 615-4516 to find out the contact person for your area.
3. Metro Call-A-Ride Program - This paratransit service is a reduced-fare curb-to-curb public transportation option offered to both the general public and to persons whose disabilities prevent use of regular, accessible, fixed route transit services. This service offers next-day shared rides in modern, wheelchair accessible vehicles in the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County. Call 314-652-3617 for additional information or to register for the program. http://www.metrostlouis.org/Libraries/CAR_and_ADA/CARbrochure.pdf