The City of Glendale is partnering again with Kurt Warner and the Warner’s Winter Warm-up Coat Drive which begins Friday, October 25th and ends Thursday, November 7, 2020. There is a coat box near the Police Department at the Glendale City Hall, 424 N. Sappington Road. Thank you in advance for your support of Warner’s Winter Warm-up!
As a result the COVID-19 pandemic, the Honorable Terry Burnet, Municipal Judge of the City of Glendale, has cancelled the July 13, 2020 Court Date and has ordered all July 13, 2020 cases transferred to the October 12, 2020 Court Date. Any questions should be directed to the Court Administrator, Cassy Kollmeyer, at (314) 909-3003 or email@example.com.
GLENDALE MUNICIPAL DIVISION
Your court proceeding has been continued and will be held via Zoom video conferencing on
October 12, 2020 at 3:00 PM.
You will need to provide the court with a current mailing address, phone number, and email address so the court can provide you with paperwork after the court proceeding if needed. Your information can be updated online at www.glendalemo.org
How to Appear in Court Via Zoom
First test that your computer video and microphone are working properly by going to www.zoom.us/test before joining your court proceeding below.
You will need to check in for your court proceeding between 2:45 PM – 3:00 PM by following the steps below. You will not need to sign up for a Zoom account to appear for your court proceeding.
You will first be placed in the virtual waiting room so the court clerk can check you in. You will be in the waiting room until the case is called and it is your turn to see the Judge. Please be patient, and while you are waiting please read the Notice of Rights which has been mailed to you with this letter.
If you do not have access to a smart phone or computer, you must contact the court by telephone before your court date to have your case placed on another court date.
This IS an actual court proceeding. Your failure to pay prior to your court date or failure to appear in court at the time specified on this notice may result in a warrant being issued for your arrest. If you are unable to attend, you must contact the court prior to your court date to see if you are eligible for a continuance.
You can receive reminders of your court date by registering for “Track your case” at www.municourt.net and following the instructions.
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. If you still want to hear more, the General Manager of our Recycle Facility at Republic Services, Brent Batliner, will be on St Louis NPR Radio this Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 12:06 pm to discuss the topic a bit more!
The below link is from the St. Louis County Department of Transportation:
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.
To learn more about Vector Control’s mosquito control program please visit http://www.stlouisco.com/HealthandWellness/MosquitoControl.
To request mosquito fogging, to be placed on the “No Fogging” list, or to be added to the email notification list, please call 314-615-0680.
The Glendale Board of Alderman have passed an ordinance to reduce the speed limit on on N. Sappington and W. Kirkham.
This map represents the city’s 2020-2023 street resurfacing and improvement schedule.
Streets highlighted in grey indicate completed work.
Streets highlighted in blue indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2020. Those streets include:
Streets highlighted in orange indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2021. Those streets include:
Streets highlighted in green indicate resurfacing work scheduled or 2022. Those streets include:
Streets highlighted in yellow indicate resurfacing work scheduled for 2023. 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.
Shown in black, the city plans to make stormwater improvements to E. Essex Ave from N. Sappington Rd head east to Moreland Ave and south along a portion of Edwin Ave. This stretch of E. Essex contains many stormwater issues including a severe slope along the south side of the street near Edwin Ave. this work is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2020, ending in the spring of 2021, weather permitting.
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 2020 and, if awarded, work along N. Sappington Rd would take place in 2024.