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FLOOD WATCH

July 1, 2019

The City of St. Peters will provide regular updates on this page regarding how the flooding situation is affecting our community. CLICK HERE to subscribe to Nixle for urgent messages, and follow us on Twitter to receive regular updates. For information about our local levees, CLICK HERE.

 

 
 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR A SPECIAL FLOOD DEBRIS PICKUP EVENT ON JULY 27

 
 

 

 

July 10, 2019

Can You Volunteer to Help Pick Up Flood Debris at 370 Lakeside Park?

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The City of St. Peters is organizing a special flood debris pickup at 370 Lakeside Park on Saturday, July 27, 2019. We are seeking volunteers to help in this community effort. Cleanup will take place along the 500-year Lakeside 370 Levee from 8-11 a.m. Trash bags and gloves will be provided.

 

Volunteers will collect litter that was deposited during this year’s flood along a 3-mile stretch of the levee slope. The litter must be removed from driftwood and other natural woody debris before the remaining park and levee cleaning can be completed.

 

“This is like our Clean Streams effort each year, but we’re focused on the flood debris that collected along the levee in 370 Lakeside Park,” said Mayor Len Pagano. “We get such a great turnout for our Clean Streams events, and we hope for the same type of community support to help clean 370 Lakeside Park. Every volunteer makes a big difference!”

 

Pre-registration is required to be part of this volunteer event. If you would like to help, CLICK HERE to fill out the Flood Debris Pickup registration form.

 

PLEASE NOTE: St. Charles County Department of Public Health reminds volunteers working in or near floodwaters to make certain their tetanus vaccinations are up-to-date.
 

 


July 1, 2019

CLICK HERE for a full flood watch update with recent photos of 370 Lakeside Park.

 

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Truman Blvd. (in St. Charles) Reopens

Truman Boulevard in St. Charles, south of Premier Parkway, reopened this morning, Monday, July 1. This road had been closed from Premier to Sanford Cross due to flooding.

Premier Parkway, the Premier/Truman intersection and the Highway 370 interchange at Truman/Lakeside Drive are in levee-protected areas and have been unaffected by flooding.

370 Lakeside Park remains closed due to floodwaters overtopping the agricultural levee.

 

For flood watch updates, visit the City of St. Peters website online at www.stpetersmo.net and SPTV government channel.