County Executive Dr. Sam Page today announced his Transformation Agenda, focused on improving customer service and efficiency within St. Louis County government. The Transformation Agenda builds on foundational work his administration has done since taking office in 2019 to reform how County government operates.
St. Louis County Assessor Jake Zimmerman today announced that now is the time for taxpayers to be sure that the information on their Personal Property Declaration is up to date and that Declarations are filed on time and accurately.
At the request of County Executive Dr. Sam Page, the Civil Service Commission agreed today to add Juneteenth to the county’s holiday calendar, beginning this year.
St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page is bolstering the Department of Public Health’s leadership team by appointing a familiar face as its permanent director.
Dr. Faisal Khan, 48, a former DPH director, has agreed to return to lead the department. Dr. Khan is a medical epidemiologist with a long and distinguished record in public health program management.
Today, County Executive Dr. Sam Page, signed into law labor legislation ensuring a stable, well-qualified workforce in St. Louis County during a ceremony to be held tomorrow morning.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health is partnering with area fire districts and the St. Louis County Police Department Office of Emergency Management to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to about 1,000 residents and staff in group homes and other housing facilities that have not yet received vaccinations.
St. Louis County will allow businesses, including restaurants and bars, to expand capacity to 50 percent beginning Thursday, at 12:01 a.m.
St. Louis County, well-equipped to provide vaccines to at least 5,000 people per week, is instead facing a possible pause in its efforts due to a lack of vaccine supply from the state.
St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page is seeking the restoration of a 40-acre site in Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health received 3,900 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine today from one of our local hospital partners, allowing us to open our mass vaccination site in Ferguson tomorrow and to begin offering shots in three fire districts on Thursday.
County Executive Dr. Sam Page has tapped nearly 20 community leaders with deep roots in north St. Louis County to help increase vaccine registration and work with the county Department of Public Health to ensure all residents are connected to the latest COVID-19 information.
St. Louis County is boosting its Food Distribution Program to ensure vulnerable residents receive vital assistance during the pandemic.
St. Louis County will issue $45 million in new bonds to fund the expansion of The Boeing Company’s North County facility under legislation that County Executive Dr. Sam Page requested and the County Council endorsed on Tuesday.
In partnership with the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force, St. Louis County is collaborating with SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to as many as 4,000 area first responders.
Today St. Louis County received delivery of 3,900 doses of the Pfizer vaccine from the state of Missouri. The county Department of Public Health will continue administering vaccines to people who have registered on Wednesday morning, and the process will continue daily at the DPH's John C. Murphy Health Center in Berkeley.
County Executive Dr. Sam Page signed a bill
into law that will allow St. Louis County to receive a federal grant estimated at $30 million for rental and
utility assistance, providing critical help to residents during this pandemic.
St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation was recently awarded a grant from the Missouri Humanities Council (MHC) to fund a Junior Historian program at two historic sites in the St. Louis County Parks system.
County Executive Dr. Sam Page will be sworn-in Tuesday along with council members Ernie Trakas and Shalonda Webb during ceremonies held virtually.
“The Council worked hard last year to help guide St. Louis County through the pandemic, and I am grateful for the Council’s continued faith in our leadership,” Clancy said. “This year, it will be more important that ever for us to work together, across party lines, to help St. Louis County recover from pandemic.”
St. Louis County Counselor Beth Orwick, Chief Diversity Officer Veta T. Jeffery and leaders of the Mound City Bar Association announced today that they are collaborating to increase diversity representation in St. Louis County.