Neighborhood Programs and Events
Project Blitz, The Club Anti-Theft Device Program, Sustainability Toolkit
Services and Information
2013 Small Grant Program Recipients
The Small Grant Competition empowers neighborhood groups to undertake specific sustainability projects best suited to meet their community needs.
2015 CDBG References and Resources
List of references and resources to assist organizations in developing 2015 CDBG proposals, including presentations on designing CDBG-eligible programs and RFP best practices.
CDBG Funding Cycle
Provides links to documents related to current and past CDBG Funding Cycles, including Request for Proposals (RFPs)
Club Anti-Theft Device Program
How to purchase the Club Anti-Theft Device to protect your vehicle from theft
National Night Out
Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Neighborhoods and Associations Websites and Social Media
Connect with your Neighborhood or Neighborhood Association via Twitter, Facebook or official website.
Ideas, examples, and how-to instructions for creating an exciting and innovative sustainability project in your neighborhood
Sustainable Neighborhood Initiative
An initiative to inspire, empower and position neighborhood groups and residents to make sustainability changes in their own community.
Veterans Day 2019
Events and information about the 2019 Veterans Day observance in the City of St. Louis
Worried About Car Theft? Flyer
Information on how to obtain a visual deterrent (Car Club) to auto theft.
Street Closing Application for Events
Fillable PDF application for use of city streets during a special event (festival, parade, run, etc)
Plans and Reports
St. Louis Regional Youth Violence Prevention (YVP) Task Force Community Plan
A detailed strategy for improving the safety and well-being of the region’s children, families and communities.
Community Builders STL blog article May 15, 2013
Article on the Mayor’s Office is launching a Sustainable Neighborhood Initiative to help neighborhoods become more sustainable
Continuum of Care STL
The Continuum of Care (CoC) is a broad based partnership to prevent people within the community from becoming homeless.
Creating Whole Communities
Creating Whole Communities brings together the University of Missouri–St. Louis (School of Social Work, Des Lee Collaborative Vision, and the Public Policy Research Center), University of Missouri Extension, and the St. Louis region's neighborhoods to focus on strengthening our communities.
Grassroots Grantsmakers blog May 10, 2013
Using Small Grants to Get It Going
The Screendoor: Tenant Verification and Screening Service for the Tower Grove neighborhoods
A no cost to landlords program developed by the Tower Grove Neighborhoods CDC to screen and verify prospective tenants.
Urban Sustainability - Catherine Werner on KDHX
Director Catherine Werner explains what it takes for a city to be environmentally and socially sustainable and why it's important.
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