The Soulard Special Business District (SBD) held its annual Neighborhood Safety Forum on Monday, May 10. The meeting took place via zoom webinar and featured presentations by SBD Board members, SLMPD Third District Chief Joseph Morici, Major Ryan Cousins and Sergeant Tom Kitchell on behalf of The City’s Finest, and Andrea Maddox-Dallas from Soulard Restoration Group’s Safety Committee.
The January meeting for the SSBD Board of Commissioners will be held in-person at Soulard Station (1911 S 12th St, St. Louis, MO 63104). The meeting will be held on January 10th, 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 meeting minutes. Security Contractor (TCF) ... Read More
12-13-21 UPDATE: The December SSBD Board meeting is cancelled. The next board meeting will be held on Monday, January 10. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. The December meeting for the SSBD Board of Commissioners will be held in-person at Soulard Station (1911 S 12th St, St. Louis, MO 63104). The meeting will be held on December 13th, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting ... Read More
The holidays are a busy time of the year, including for criminals. The winter season (November and December) annually has some of the highest crime rates. In particular, larceny and robbery tends to increase. In St Louis City, robberies average 20 percent higher in the months of October through December compared to January through September, according to 2018-20 crime data. This is due, in part, ... Read More
The November meeting for the SSBD Board of Commissioners will be held in-person at Soulard Station (1911 S 12th St, St. Louis, MO 63104). The meeting will be held on November 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 meeting minutes. Security Contractor (TCF) ... 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.
Recruit Class 2021-03 completed their Arch Run this morning to the @GatewayArchSTL & Police HQs, marking the end of their Physical Training program. Please congratulate these recruits as they are one step closer to graduation! #SLMPDStrong
The #SLMPD Drug Enforcement and SWAT units conducted a search warrant in the Greater Ville Neighborhood resulting in the seizure of these suspected narcotics and a firearm. One male was taken into custody. #SaferStreets #STL
1/ @StLouisCityCA celebrates Dr. Donald M. Suggs receiving the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists 34th Ernest and De Verne Calloway Award at recent dinner. Ms. Gardner received the award in 2019. via @stlouisamerican
Rob Huq, our Chief Misdemeanor Officer was awarded a 2022 @MoLawyersMedia Influential Lawyer award. Congratulations to Mr. Huq for being recognized for his excellence as a prosecutor, leader, and professional. Well deserved! Cc: @WashULaw @STLMetroBar @moundcitybar
Our office is pleased be a part of this evening’s @stlareavpc session. We are joining reps from @SLMPD & @22ndCircuitSTL as well as many other organizations & citizens. Critical to have broad participation.
CANCELATION NOTICE: The April meeting (scheduled 4/13) for the SSBD Board of Commissioners has been canceled due to the threat of COVID-19. Please direct any questions to communications@Soulard-sbd.org. Thanks and stay well!
"Nothing promotes safety like involvement of people who live in the neighborhood" - an excerpt from the @stlsoulard Renaissance article highlighting the SSBD. Board of Commissioners will meet Monday night