In light of the current events with the Coronavirus, Public Works has modified our operating hours and procedures to make sure we are able to provide service to the residents of Creve Coeur.
The Public Works administration office remains open for business. However, we are limiting access to the Government Center building to the lobby vestibule only. If you need to drop off permit submittals, sewer lateral applications or other correspondence, please come inside the vestibule during regular business hours (8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Monday–Friday) and call (314) 872-2533 to speak with a staff member. You can also call ahead using the same number.
Our road and park maintenance staff will be working extended hours and has split into two groups. Both the A and B groups will be comprised of six people. Each group will work three days a week so we will have some staff available Monday through Saturday.
With reduced crew sizes, we will only be able to provide minimal services. We plan to provide leaf and limb collection as scheduled. We will also make sure that the parks are serviced and restrooms at Millennium Park are cleaned and disinfected twice a day. All other park restrooms remain closed until further notice. Finally, we plan to provide minor road maintenance (pothole patching, sign replacements, etc.) as manpower is available.
Should you have any questions or need assistance, you can contact our office at (314) 872-2533. We appreciate your patience as we all work though this difficult time.
The Department of Public Works has three divisions:
- Administration, Engineering and Inspections and Maintenance of Municipal Property
The Administration, Engineering and Inspections and Maintenance of Municipal Property Division is responsible for the initiation and construction of public improvements on city-owned land, easements and rights of way. They also provide engineering services, project management, contract administration and maintenance of all city infrastructure from design to completion.
The Streets Division is responsible for providing all necessary repairs to concrete and asphalt streets, sidewalks, snow and ice removal, leaf pick-up and limb pick-up service.
The Parks Division is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of over 100 acres of land owned by the city, including park properties, road medians and rights of way. This division also maintains the Government Center property and all landscapes in the islands on Ballas Road, Olive Boulevard, Ladue Road, the I-270 interchange and city parks.