Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Neighborhood Preservation Newsletter Available On-Line

The Neighborhood Preservation newsletter is published quarterly by the Neighborhood Preservation Program, a part of the County Public Works Department. The Spring 2008 issue is available on-line at:

Important information in this issue includes:

Landlord Training Program
Re-Occupancy Permits
Weed Program


  1. Anonymous10:38 AM

    There is a property located at 1329 Boardwalk in the Florissant area (unicorporated St. Louis County). The grass has not been cut the entire spring; weeds are at least 5' high running along the fence adjoing the property at 2901 Atlantic park Avenue; the dog poop has never been picked up; there are screens missing from the porch. I contacted St. Louis county pest control because I believed I saw a rat - they did not find any evidence - they did not go in the back yard. Is there anything the neighborhood preservation can do to get some of this mess cleaned up? I would appreciate any and all consideration. I have tried to contact our trustees (Boardwalk Subdivision) but cannot find any listing for them and have not received a news letter recently. Again, thanks for you help

  2. Anonymous12:57 PM

    Neighborhood preservation with St. Louis County is responsible for situations of this nature. File your complaint with them and follow-up if no action is taken in a week or so.

  3. Anonymous5:33 PM

    Why is it a few people seem to ruin it for the rest of the people that live in Forest Dale Drive Subdivision there must be a 100 homes in this area but only a half dozen seem to try to impose there veiws on the rest. In this day and age I say leave evervbody alone and look in your own closets and fix your own problems first.