The City of St. Louis Neighborhood Initiative is proud to receive the 2014 Outstanding Program, Project and Community Initiative Award from the Missouri State Chapter of the American Planning Association. Download the press release here, and click on the images below to learn more about the initiative.
The Toolkit features 27 how-to tools for implementing specific neighborhood-scale sustainability projects, includes general tips about neighborhood-level organizing and fundraising, and highlights local resources and case studies. Download v1.0 of the Toolkit here.
The Small Grant Competition empowers neighborhood groups to undertake specific sustainability projects best suited to meet their community needs. In the 2013 competition, 7 neighborhood groups were awarded $5,000 grants with which to implement a diverse range of proposals. Click here to learn more about each of the seven projects.
On Earth Day 2014, Mayor Slay announced the launch of a new initiative designed to foster the connection between people and urban natural resources. Milkweeds for Monarchs: The St. Louis Butterfly Project is an initiative out of the Mayor's Sustainability Action Agenda. Click here to learn more about this initiative.