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Mayor Thomson Declares State of Emergency, see details below

INFORMATION REGARDING COVID-19

 
                      
DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY 

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 Due to St. Louis County Executive Orders regarding gatherings, many City events are cancelled and facilities closed to the public until further notice.

Beginning Monday, March 23, St. Louis County and City of St. Louis orders Shelter in Place for residents to help slow the spread of COVID-19.


                                RH City Facilities Closed Until Further Notice:
 

    
                          RH Services Suspended/Limited Until Further Notice:
              • Richmond Heights Municipal Court
              • Senior/disabled shuttle service limited for necessary trips only such as grocery store, pharmacy, doctor visits, etc.
              • Notary Public services suspended
              • Limited code compliance inspections
              • Sewer Lateral Program - True Emergencies only
              • Hiring suspended

                                  RH Events Cancelled:
            • Unity in the Community Lenten Service
            • Public Safety Citizens Academy
            • All parks and Recreation programs including Egg Hunts
            • All Library programs

 * Yard Waste and Bulk pickups suspended until further notice. Trash and recycling will be picked up as usual. Also, for the health and safety of their drivers, they will NOT be picking up any extra bags or debris outside of the carts. Therefore trash and recycle material will be limited to cart only.

 
 * April 7 Municipal Election has been postponed until June 2


CDC Guidelines

St. Louis County COVID-19 & Coronavirus Info  


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(Click link above for a helpful graphic from St. Louis County Dept of Public Health)


Residents experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, should contact the St. Louis County Health Line at (314) 615-2660 with their concerns. Those who have reason to believe they have encountered a person infected with COVID-19 should utilize that number.

St. Louis County has created a website dedicated to the dissemination of information relating to COVID-19, www.stlcorona.com. Please visit that website or the Center for Disease Control (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO) for the most current and reputable information available.