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.
The costs, financial and otherwise, that COVID-19 has imposed and will continue to impose on St. Louis County's workers and businesses are an immediate and significant threat to the health, safety, and wellbeing of the people of St. Louis County.
The Director of the Department of Public Health and other public health experts have recommended that these additional measures include significant limitations on activities that could allow COVID-19 to spread throughout the community, such as requiring people to stay at home other than engaging in certain activities, requiring that non-essential businesses and social service organizations cease non-essential activities, and other similar restrictions.
It is hereby declared unlawful for any person to organize or to attend an intentional gathering of 10 people or more in a single space or room. It is further provided that any person who organizes a gathering of 9 people or fewer shall take appropriate action to minimize risk to the greatest extent possible by implementing and enforcing mitigation measures, including but not limited to social distancing.