October 24–November 6, 2021
Glendale City Hall Lobby
424 N. Sappington Road
Twenty-one years after its inception and nearly 270,000 coats later, the Warners’ Warm-up Coat Drive has become a dependable resource for impoverished men, women, and children in the Bi-State. The City of Glendale is proud to team up with the Kurt Warner First Things First Foundation and Operation Food Search for the 21st annual Warners’ Warm-Up Coat Drive.
From October 24 through November 6, we encourage you to donate new and gently-used winter coats of all sizes at the Glendale City Hall lobby (424 N. Sappington Rd.) to help keep our neighbors warm during the cold winter months. Operation Food Search will ensure the coats get to those who need them most!
For more information on Warners’ Warm-Up, visit www.kurtwarner.org.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration announce that Take Back Day is scheduled for October 23. Law enforcement agencies across St. Louis County, including the Glendale Police Department, are hosting medication disposal sites for the public to safely dispose of unused, expired, or unwanted medications. Controlled substances, including prescription painkillers or opioids, can be disposed of at any of the take back sites.
Disposal of medication is free and anonymous. Members of the public can drop off potentially dangerous prescription medications at collection sites, which will adhere to local COVID-19 guidelines and regulations to maintain the safety of all participants and local law enforcement. Police Departments will collect tablets, capsules, patches, and other solid forms of prescription drugs. Liquids (including intravenous solutions), syringes and other sharps, and illegal drugs will not be accepted.
In case you missed it in the Post-Dispatch, the article link below has more information regarding Recycling news in and around St. Louis County related to an increase in contamination in our recycling. The article was published in 2020 but still very relevant.
The office of the City Administrator of the City of Glendale is accepting bids for the construction of a concrete swale, privacy fencing, and other associated work in the vicinity of City Hall. Copies of the specifications and contract documents are available at Glendale City Hall, 424 N. Sappington Rd, Glendale, MO 63122, and will be accepted in a sealed envelope clearly labeled “City Hall Drainage Improvements”, until 11 am, Thursday, August 5, 2021, to be opened and read aloud at a public meeting at that time and place. Bids received after that time will be returned unopened. No faxed bids will be accepted. Requests for Construction Plans should be sent to email@example.com.
On May 5, 2021, Missouri American Water’s contractor, Kelpe Contracting, will begin work to replace the aged water mains along :
Kelpe estimates the work will take approximately 3 months per street to complete from start to finished restorations.
While the work is underway the streets will remain open for normal use, however some delays should be expected. In addition, there will be no change to the trash, recycling, and yard waste collection schedules.
For questions or concerns please contact either:
Operations Manager and Vice President
Missouri American Water
This map represents the city’s 2022-2024 street resurfacing and improvement schedule.
Streets highlighted in grey indicate completed work.
Streets highlighted in orange indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2022. Those streets include:
Streets highlighted in green indicate resurfacing work scheduled or 2023. Those streets include:
Streets highlighted in yellow indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2024. Those streets include:
Shown in red, the cities of Glendale and Kirkwood have partnered on a federally funded grant to make improvements to E. Essex Ave, scheduled for 2022. E. Essex Ave will be reconstructed with new concrete curb and guttering the length of the road from N. Sappington Rd to the Glendale/Kirkwood city limit line with new concrete sidewalks on the north side of the street. The street itself will be resurfaced with asphalt. The new sidewalks will continue westward into Kirkwood, ending at Dickson St.
The city has also recently submitted another application for federal funding to make minor repairs, replace deteriorated crosswalks, and resurface N. Sappington Rd from Manchester Rd to Lockwood Ave. Grant notifications will be made in the fall of 2021 and, if awarded, work along N. Sappington Rd would take place in 2025.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDot) is currently working to make improvements to Manchester Rd from Big Bend Blvd to Lindbergh Rd.
To date, crews have been working to replace or repair the underground water, sewer, and gas lines. At the end of 2020 MoDot expects to award a Contract for sidewalk installations and pavement resurfacing which will be performed over the course of 2021-22.
For project updates please visit the link below. This page also includes a link to be included in the Manchester Rd E-Update List.
The city of Glendale will provide more information as it becomes available.