MSD Sanitary Relief Project Updates
MSD Project Clear is the Metropolitan Sewer District's initiative to improve water quality and alleviates wastewater concerns throughout the area. DC-02 & DC-03 Sanitary Relief Phase III & IV is currently under construction along Deer Creek at Litzsinger Road. For any issues, please call Kevin Nelson (314-802-7039) of Black & Veatch, MSD’s construction manager. More information may be obtained from the contractor J.H. Berra and their manager Kevin Bielicki (314-744-1589). Sewer trench blasting is regulated by St. Louis County Department of Highways & Traffic. Their manager is Mike Burkemper (314-615-7130).
For project updates on Phases II, III and IV Click here!
MSD Fact Sheet - Prop Y
MSD will be hosting a public virtual townhall meeting on ballot issues. Click for more information and links. ...
New Ladue Police Dispatch Telephone Number
**IMPORTANT LADUE POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS**
On January 4, 2021, at 8am, our Non-Emergency Police Dispatch telephone number will change to (314) 737-4600....
Please be on alert for phone calls from individuals impersonating businesses such as your local utility or gas company, the Internal Revenue Service, and even government entities such as Police and Fire departments. These scam callers have the ability to spoof telephone numbers through various computer programs...
Please take extra precautions to ensure your VEHICLES and HOMES are LOCKED, with valuables hidden from plain view....
Chicken Ordinance approved by City Council
On June 25, 2018, Ladue City Council voted on and approved a code text amendment to regulate the keeping of chickens within the City of Ladue. ...
Officers from our Department are investigating two forced entry burglaries in neighborhoods north of Ladue Road....
Tips for Controlling/Deterring Deer
For tips on controlling/deterring nuisance deer visit the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website. The site also offers several links to other useful information on non-MDC websites.
Ladue News "Q&A With Nancy Spewak: Ladue Mayor Reflects on 2020, Discusses Plans for 2021"
From a global pandemic to social unrest across the nation, Ladue – like communities around the country – has endured a trying 2020. LN recently caught up with Ladue Mayor Nancy Spewak about the unprecedented past year and what she envisions for the local community’s future in 2021.
Nancy Spewak Photo by Strauss Peyton...
In reference to the serial burglar who committed several burglaries in Ladue this summer and fall...
On Thursday, December 3, 2020, the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s office issued a total of thirteen (13) charges with a $200,000 cash only bond, on one:...
The City of Ladue is conducting an important planning process this year, updating the city’s comprehensive plan. Your help in sharing information would be greatly appreciated.
Public Workshop (And Dinner)
Monday, March 2, 2020 5:30 - 7:30 P.M.
Ladue City Hall, Council Chambers...
First Annual Arbor Day!
On April 6th, 2019 the city celebrated it's first annual Arbor Day! For more pictures click here!!...
Mulch Resource and Mulch Program discontinuance.
With the discontinuance of the production of compost and mulch materials, the City has received a lot of questions about where they can now obtain mulch. The City has contracted with Hansen's Environmental Wood Services to the haul off of all collected composting material. In return, Hansen's is offering Ladue residents a discounted rate on bulk materials. Please see the attached price sheet. As always, Ladue residents are free to obtain mulch and compost materials from any vendor that meets their needs. Hansen's Price List
*Please note, the brush and leaf collection program is not impacted by this change.*
Discontinuance of Ladue Mulch Program: The Public Works Department evaluated the costs associated with the Ladue yard waste leaf and brush composting program which began in 1993. This cost evaluation was completed due to two factors; the upcoming scheduled replacement of the original leaf composting equipment in 2018 at a budgeted cost of $485,000 and a projected deficit in 2017 in the City’s General Fund. Due to these factors, the mulch program was discontinued in 2017 and no longer processes mulch for resident's use....
A man with a foreign accent identifying himself as a Mr. “Kasten or Castin” has been calling Ladue residents claiming to be with the United States Attorney’s Office or the Treasury Department, stating a lawsuit would be filed against the caller/home owner unless they make a payment in the matter. There is no common telephone number associated with these calls. This is a phishing scam; no one from any government agencies calls demanding money.
National Flood Insurance Program - Who's Eligible?
Jefferson City, MO. - Missouri homeowners, renters and business owners are eligible and encouraged to purchase National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies even if their home or business is not located in a flood plain or high-risk zone....
Emergency Notification Services - CodeRed
The City of Ladue has contracted with CodeRED for emergency notification services and will be working with CodeRED for both emergency notifications and weather alerts. Click on the link to learn more....
- MSD Sanitary Relief Project Updates
- MSD Fact Sheet - Prop Y
- New Ladue Police Dispatch Telephone Number
- Crime Alert
- Safety Reminder
- Chicken Ordinance approved by City Council
- recent crime
- Tips for Controlling/Deterring Deer
- Ladue News "Q&A With Nancy Spewak: Ladue Mayor Reflects on 2020, Discusses Plans for 2021"
- Burglar Arrest
- Comprehensive Plan
- First Annual Arbor Day!
- Mulch Resource and Mulch Program discontinuance.
- Telephone Scam
- National Flood Insurance Program - Who's Eligible?
- Emergency Notification Services - CodeRed
Zoom meetings 9345 Clayton Road
9345 Clayton Rd - in front of Public Works Dept.
9345 Clayton Road and (Zoom)