The Soulard Special Business District is seeking a commercial property renter to join its Board of Commissioners. Board members are initially screened by the Board of Commissioners and approved by the Mayor’s office. Prior to consideration, the Application Petition and Application Parts B & C must be completed and forwarded to the Board of Commissioners.
The following is a crime and safety PSA from the Soulard Special Business District, in partnership with St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise. If you experience a theft of any kind, please report it to the police. Reporting crime accurately is important, and it influences the patrols assigned to our Soulard neighborhood. Call (314) 231-1212 for any non-emergency reporting ...Read More
The SSBD is planning its annual neighborhood security forum for Monday, May 10, 2021 at 6:30pm. The format of the forum (virtual or in-person) will be announced at a later date, in accordance with COVID precautions. Please check back for additional details. As part of its community outreach effort, the SSBD Board of Commissioners conducts security forums in order to update residents of the District ...Read More
The March meeting for the SSBD Board of Commissioners will be held remotely, via Zoom (details below), due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19. The meeting will be held at the normally scheduled monthly time, March 8th, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public, and the board enthusiastically encourages community involvement. Call to order and roll call Review and approval of previous ...Read More
The February meeting for the SSBD Board of Commissioners will be held remotely, via Zoom, due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19. The meeting will be held at the normally scheduled monthly time, February 8th, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and the board enthusiastically encourages community involvement. Please share meeting information with interested and invested members of the community! But ...Read More
Approved by voters as a “special taxing district” in 1994, the primary purpose of the Soulard Special Business District is to provide enhanced security inside the district boundaries. This includes private security patrols (off-duty City of St. Louis Police officers), security products to residents (e.g., car clubs, energy-efficient lightbulbs, etc.), crime/safety education and other safety-related services to residents living within the boundaries of the SSBD.
Soulard Special Business District Board
An important component of the Soulard Special Business District is the seven person board. Each board member serves a four-year term and district guidelines require that the board be composed of four property owners, one property renter, one business/property owner and one business owner/property renter.
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