June 2024 Updates

-6/3 In-Person STL Charter Commission Meeting

-6/5 Fanning Middle School Community Meeting @ 5:30pm at St. Paul UCC on 3510 Giles Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63116 hosted by Screaming Eagle Development

-6/8 Heights Night Weekend Edition @ 6pm on the 3800 block of Utah!

-6/10 Block Captain Meeting @ 6:30

-6/17 Virtual STL Charter Commission Meeting

-6/25 Neighborhood Assoc Meeting @ 7:15pm

-6/30 Deadline for Senior Tax Freeze Application

Spire is working to update all the gas pipelines in the city, including in our neighborhood and along Kingshighway and Grand. For more info on their plan and timelines, visit their site here.

May 2024 Updates

-Tower Grove South and Tower Grove East Neighborhood Yardsale is May 4th.

Heights Night: Brunch Edition is Saturday, May 18 from 9:30 to 11:30 at Gotham and Eggs! Come have brunch and meet your neighbors.

-Our May meeting is Tuesday, May 28 at 7:15 at the Center for Divine Love. Speakers from Spire and StL Charter Reform will present. All are welcome!

-In June, we’re planning Heights Night: Weekend Edition for Saturday, June 8. Join neighbors on the 3800th block of Utah’s greenway for music from Ribtip & Rogers. Bring a lawn chair and a cooler.

April 2024 Updates

-Our first Heights Night of 2024 is next Thursday, April 18 at Steve’s Hotdogs. Join neighbors and patronize a favorite local business from 6-8:00pm. 

Tower Grove Heights Neighborhood Meeting Tuesday, April 23, 2024, 7:15 p.m. at Center for Divine Love. Bill Reininger, the Executive Director of Tower Grove Park will speak about the Park and answer questions. 

-Mark your calendar for the Tower Grove South/Tower Grove East Neighborhood Yard Sale on Saturday, May 4 from 9:00am-2:00pm. Register your sale here to be added to the map. 

-Last year the Board passed BB141, which adopted the Missouri Senate Bill 190, Senior Property Tax Freeze. Beginning March 1st, taxpayers can apply for this program online, through the mail or in-person. The deadline to submit the applications is June 30th. Review the Social Security info sheet for guidance and apply here.

The Sixth Ward Town Hall takes place at Missouri School for the Blind on Monday, April 29. RSVP here

-The St. Louis Arc’s City Services Open House is Tuesday, April 16 from 3-7:00pm at the Delmar Divine (5501 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO, 63112). Guests can look forward to meeting staff and participants to hear more about our program offerings, expressive arts activities, light refreshments, prize giveaways, and same-day sign-up for programs.

March 2024 Updates

– At our March meeting on 3/26, Police Chief Robert Tracy will speak. Join us at 7:15pm at the Center for Divine Love on Wyoming to learn about police efforts and ask questions. 

-Register now for From Outrage to Outreach: Legislative Action– an event taking place tomorrow (2/29). The St. Margaret of Scotland – Gun Sense: For the Common Good will be holding a panel to discuss the issue of gun violence in the state, city, and neighborhoods. Learn directly from Rep. Peter Meredith (District 80), SLMPD Chief Tracy, and Sharon Williams (Moms Demand Action). 

-Consider a donation to the Friends of South Grand who upkeep the medians along Grand from Arsenal to 44. They need to raise $31K for their work this year keeping the entrance to our neighborhood looking beautiful! 

-Calling all artists! The City of St. Louis, Regional Arts Commission (RAC) and Community Development Administration (CDA) are excited to bring the ARPA for the Arts – St. Louis Mural Project to all fourteen (14) wards! Each ward will be granted funds to sponsor two (2) new murals. Grant Applications due by March 14th, 2024. 
-Interested in weighing in on the City’s development? Take the Strategic Land Use Plan (SLUP) survey by March 15 to share your thoughts! Or offer your feedback at one of the upcoming workshops.  

-On March 20th we’re celebrating Mr. Roger’s birthday with Won’t You Be My Neighbor DayDecorate a sign and spread some love in The Heights. 

-Learn more about an exciting upcoming addition to our neighborhood- The McDonald Dog Park– with this video

-If you’re lucky enough to have one of the newly planted city trees in front of your house, please lend a hand in keeping it watered! Full instructions can be found here