Parks, Recreation & Arts Advisory Board
- 6 pm
- 3rd Tuesday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September, and November)
- Cultural Arts Centre
One St. Peters Centre Boulevard
St. Peters, MO 63376
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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The Parks, Recreation and Arts Advisory Board is composed of volunteer residents and operates as a public interface between City residents and City officials to related to parks, recreation, cultural arts, golf, historical, and sustainability activities and programs within the City. This Board also strives to establish a good working relationship with civic organizations and service groups to promote and assist in establishing a balanced park and recreation system that will benefit residents of St. Peters of all ages.
This Board is composed of 11 members, appointed by the mayor with the approval of the Board of Aldermen. Members include two members from each of the City's four Wards and three selected at-large. Parks Board members serve two-year terms with anniversary dates of January 31. In addition, there are two youth representatives, each appointed for a one-year term with an anniversary date of February 1.
The following focus groups of the Parks, Recreation and Arts Advisory Board meet on an as-needed basis. Click on the tabs below to learn more:
The Sustainability Focus Group reports its findings and recommendations to the St. Peters Parks, Recreation & Arts Advisory Board.
Alderman Nick Trupiano serves as Aldermanic representative to the Sustainability Focus Group.
Identify and share environmental activities within our City that enhance the quality of life, protect the environment, and keeps our community healthy, safe, and sustainable.
The St. Peters Sustainability Focus Group is about education and outreach to foster understanding of sustainable behavior by our citizens, business and services. We provide information on actions that individuals, businesses and organizations can take to mitigate the environmental issues we face today and promote environmental conservation. We strive to foster community-based social action for change.
- People want to live in a healthy, sustainable community.
- Sustainability is about people, the planet and profit.
- Residents and the City need to take the lead in protecting the environment and validating the seriousness of climate change.
CITY OF ST. PETERS SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAMS:
- Recycle City/Recycling Program
- Earth Centre Yard Waste and Compost Center
- GOLD GROW Biosolids Compost
- Community Gardens
- Nitrogen Tire-Filling Program
Want to reduce waste and save energy at your home? Here are some ideas from the Sustainability Focus Group (PDF).