COVID-19 Communication

Thank you for visiting our COVID-19 Communications page. We will be updating this page daily as situations change. We also have a weekly news bulletin we send out on Friday afternoons with the latest information on the COVID-19 situation and other city business. To sign up, email Communications Director Allison Bamberger at abamberger@ucitymo.org or sign up online here.


Parks, Centennial Commons and Community Center


Mulch Services

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the availability of staff to perform essential services, the City has suspended all mulch services until further notice.


Parks

City Manager Gregory Rose has announced that trails, tennis courts and general areas of parks will reopen on Friday, May 1st. However, basketball courts, athletic fields, pavilions, golf course, community center and Centennial Commons Recreation Center will remain closed until further notice.


Golf Course

Ruth Park Golf Course and driving range are now open.The golf course will be open 6:00 am to sunset for walking only. Push carts will be available. Tee times can be reserved by calling 314-727-4800 by Mastercard or Visa only. No cash will be taken. The club house will be closed and restrooms will be located in the main parking lot. Online starting times will be taken but you will still need to call the golf shop for payment. Flagsticks are to remain in at all times and cups have been inverted for easy ball retrieval. Ball washers and drinking water will not be available on the course (coolers or fountains).


Recreation Programs and Events

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the availability of staff, the Summer Day Camp program has been canceled for 2020. The Heman Park Pool will not be opened this summer. Centennial Commons remains closed as well.

Dog Park

 The dog park will reopen on Saturday May 23. No more than 10 people will be allowed in the dog park at one time.




Recreation Programs and Events
Recreation Programs and Events
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  4. Economic Development
  5. Municipal Court
  6. University City Public Library

Message from University City Police on COVID-19

We are asking University City residents to work with us to minimize unnecessary public contact during this public health crisis. In an emergency, please call 911 as always. In a non-emergency situation that still requires a police officer, we are asking that you call our non-emergency number at (314) 725-2211 so that we can determine if your situation can be addressed over the telephone. Community Programs & Events Effective immediately, the University City Police Department will be suspending participation in community service and community education events and activities.  The University City Police Department will continue to provide quality service to our residents.   Easy access to reliable information is essential in a public health emergency, so we are advising all University City residents to stay up-to-date on COVID-19 and the local response to it at  www.ucitymo.org and www.stlcorona.com.

Business Assistance Information

The COVID-19 Resources for Business provides up-to-date information on support, loans, and grants for restaurants and other businesses.

Daily COVID-19 Updates


July 1, 2020 

St. Louis County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Update


Mask Up and Celebrate the Fourth Safely

The St. Louis County Department of Public has masks available for anyone in need, especially over the upcoming holiday weekend. If you are in need of a mask, drive by any of our clinic locations, John C. Murphy in Berkeley, South County Health Center in Sunset Hills, or our North Central Health Clinic in Pine Lawn. Mask pick is available today starting at 1PM until 5PM, and tomorrow from 8AM until 5PM. This is highly encouraged to keep our community safe. 

North Central Health Center
4000 Jennings Station Road
Pine Lawn, MO 63134

John C. Murphy Health Clinic
6121 North Hanley Road
Berkeley, MO 63134

South County Health Center
4580 South Lindbergh
Sunset Hills, MO 63127

Pop-Up Testing Site 

The Hancock School Superintendent Building, located at 9417 S. Broadway in St. Louis, will be hosting a pop-up COVID-19 Testing Site on both July 11 and July 12 from 
8:00 am-12:00 pm. This testing will be via drive-through and appointments are still required. Reservations can be made online here.


St. Louis County Park Status 

As programs and facilities re-open, social distancing is still required and capacities are likely to be reduced per Department of Public Health Re-Opening Guidelines. The status will be updated at www.stlouisco.com/Parks.
 
•    Parks: Open
•    Trails: Open
•    Park Restrooms: Open
•    Campgrounds: Open
•    Sport Courts: Open
•    Playgrounds: Closed
•    Spraygrounds: Closed
•    Trail Exercise Stations: Closed
•    Picnic Shelters and Sites: Open at reduced capacity. Online reservations are not available. 
        
Call us at (314) 615-4FUN to reserve.

•    Day Camps: Started Monday, June 8
•    Programs: Started with modifications -- check the updated Activity Guide
•    Creve Coeur Park Soccer Complex: Open
•    Recreation Centers: Open
•    Museums: Open
•    Pools and Aquatic Centers: Open 

Contact Information
 
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services hotline: (877) 435-8411. St. Louis County COVID-19 website stlcorona.com.  







If I am concerned that I have coronavirus or may have been exposed, what do I do?
Contact the St. Louis County COVID-19 Hotline 24/7 at (314) 615-2660


Where can I get information and updates?
Visit St. Louis County’s dedicated COVID-19 webpage at www.STLcorona.com

Please follow St. Louis County, the County Department of Public Health and the County Executive on social media for updates.

http://twitter.com/SaintLouCo
https://www.facebook.com/stlouisco/
http://twitter.com/StLCountyDOH
https://www.facebook.com/StLCountyDOH
https://www.facebook.com/CountyExecutiveSamPage/
https://twitter.com/drsampage

Where can I get updates about travel?
Coronavirus Disease Information for Travel can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html

What resources are available from St. Louis County? 

  • Guidance for the general public, churches, schools, businesses, and community organizations on how to prevent the spread of germs and diseases.
  • Regular updates on COVID-19 from the state and federal government.
  • Health education and promotional materials to help promote hand washing, Cover Your Cough, and other community messages.
  • Assistance with emergency planning and preparation.
  • Literature and information for vulnerable populations.
  • St. Louis County clinics can provide medical care to all County residents, regardless of ability to pay. Call (314) 615-0500 if you do not have a doctor.
Additional resources on cleaning your home:  https://www.safehome.org/resources/keeping-house-clean-flu-coronavirus/