Neighborhood Facts 
and Information


 

Streetlight banners for LaSalle Park are found throughout the neighborhood.

Government and community services

Phyllis 
Young,
 
Ward 7 
alderman




Board of Aldermen

622-3287

Office of St. Louis Mayor
622-3201

Building inspection
622-4671

Building permits
622-3313

Citizens' Service Bureau
622-4800

Crime Hotline
241-COPS

Graffiti removal
622-4800

Humane Society
647-8000

Neighborhood Stabilization
622-4628

Poison Control Center
772-5200


City Utilities

AmerenUE
342-1000

Laclede Gas
621-6960

Metropolitan Sewer District
768-6260

AT&T
1-800-464-7928

Water Division
771-2255

Location

LaSalle Park is an area that includes approximately 300 street
addresses.
Bounded on the North by Chouteau, on the east by Seventh Street, on the west by Tucker and on the south by Interstate 55, the neighborhood has easy access to all parts of the metropolitan area via I-44, I-55, I-64 and I-70.

Nearby Attractions

The Amtrak Station, Gateway Arch, Scottrade Center, Busch
Stadium
, Ralston-Purina Corporation, Anheuser-Busch brewery,
Eugene Field House and Toy Museum, historic Soulard Farmer's Market, and Soulard's restaurants and stores are all within walking distance. Downtown St. Louis is also nearby, as are Bi-State bus lines and MetroLink, the city's light-rail transit system.

Trash pickup

Bulky items: Collected during the week of the second Monday of
each month. They should be placed beside the dumpster (not behind or in) so they do not impede the regular collection of trash from the Dumpsters.

Yard waste: Should be placed in the dumpsters marked "yard
waste". Christmas trees and tree branches should not be placed in
the alley, street or dumpsters. The city will not collect them. They
may be taken to a collection site, usually Carondelet Park. These sites are listed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper shortly after Christmas each year.