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Registration for all classes is available at the Control Desk.
NOTE: If food will be served or sold you will need to call the St. Louis County Health Department at 314-615-8900.
Everyone residing in University City needs an occupancy permit. This permit is also usually needed before a mortgage company closes on a home loan.
An occupancy permit can be obtained through the Department of Community Development. Contact the Department at (314) 505-8500 for permit and application fees or more information.
A business license can be obtained from the Finance Department AFTER a commercial occupancy permit has been approved. For information about the business license, contact the Finance Department at (314) 505-8544.
Please click on the link below to determine what ward within which you reside. For questions, contact the Department of Community Development Ward Map
For inquiries, please contact Centennial Commons, 314.505.8625 or Relay Missouri 800.735.2966 (TDD)
September 3, 2013 to May 23, 2014 .Morning Lap Swim:Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 6 - 8am.Tues. and Thurs., 7 - 9am.Public/Open Swim:Monday through Friday, 7 - 9 pmSaturday, Noon - 3 pm
Based on University City School District calendar, swimming sessions will not be available on several dates when school is not in session. Please refer to the current Parks Recreation Guide for specific dates. In case of inclement weather or emergency situations, swimming session cancelations will be posted at the Natatorium entrance.For admission and additional information: contact Centennial Commons, 505.8625
Improvements that disturb or occupy the street pavement, curb & gutter, driveway entrances, sidewalk, alleys, and bikeways, bridges, landscaping or grassed areas.
Utility work, excavations, borings, repair & restoration, and new construction where heavy equipment may damage the City’s right-of-way.
Whether a job calls for replacement or repair of underground utilities, temporary equipment storage on City streets, or construction of any type that will use or occupy city streets, sidewalks or grassy areas, users must obtain a right-of-way permit from the Public Works and Parks Department.
• Independent Living Units (ILU): A housing facility type integrating shelter and services for an older adult who is willing and able to remain living independently, but who requires assistance in coordinating the support and services they need. ILU facilities coordinate environment, services, and community support in order to increase independence and offset social isolation. Services generally include housekeeping, maintenance, activities, personal care, nutrition, and transportation.• Assisted Living: A residential community with services that include meals, laundry, housekeeping, medication reminders, and assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). The exact definition will vary from state to state, and a few states do not license assisted living facilities.• Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF): A nursing facility providing medical and rehabilitation services to patients. Services are of lower acuity than those provided by a hospital. SNF beds provide patients with a high level of nursing, supervision, and health care
To see if you qualify and how to apply visit http://dor.mo.gov/tax/personal/ptc/, email email@example.com or call the local state Tax Assistance Center at (314) 877-0177.
Contact Senior Solutions at (314) 726-5766 and ask about services offered. They will have an initial consultation to assess your specific situation and make recommendations on services.