Always call before you dig: 1-800-DIG-RITE
Gas: Laclede Gas 1-800-887-4173
Safety Tips: http://www.lacledegas.com/safety/exc-safety.php
Metropolitan Sewer District 314-768-6260
MODOT (Missouri Department of Transportation)--maintains state highways such as Lindbergh Blvd in St. Louis County. Citizens can report problems on their web site:
Solar Energy--For information on Solar Panels and Community Solar Panels, consult these manuals created by Let's Go Solar:
Mail: Post Office1015 Grupp Road, Des Peres, MO 6313, 314-966-3437
CLP Streets: Crystal Lake Park has a part-time Street Commissioner. The City solicits bids and contracts with independent companies for maintenance projects. Some street repairs are made by utility companies such as Missouri American Water for water main breaks. With the exception of The Willows, all streets were resurfaced between 2012 and 2014. In 2015 & 2016, minor patches were made to several streets, but none were closed completely. The Willows manages its own streets which were last done in 2015. CLP also contracts for snow removal. See Snow Policy below.
Snow / Ice Removal Policy: In anticipation of bad weather, the city's contractor treats all streets in advance. The contractor will plow all streets after several inches build up and a final cleanup plowing and salting of all streets will be done after all precip has stopped.
--Sam Marcus, CLP Street Commissioner 314-398-4055, e-mail: email@example.com
PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE STREET when bad weather is forecast so the streets can be salted and plowed efficiently and safely. Thanks.
Trash: Progressive Waste Solutions (formerly IESI): Customer Service 636-321-2100 (8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday)
NOTE: In December, 2013, IESI changed its name to Progressive Waste Solutions of MO, Inc. The Customer Service phone number did not change.
Residents are billed quarterly; on-line payment is available: www.progressivewaste.com/payments
If your pickup was missed, please call Customer Service 636-321-2100. They usually make a special pickup.
Progressive's Holiday Schedule (During the weeks in which any of the following holidays occur, the schedule will shift service by one day following each holiday)
To facilitate recycling pickups with the truck's automatic arm, Progressive asks residents to leave at least three feet clearance between their recycling cart and mailboxes, cars, trees, etc. Also, the open side of the bin should face the street and the hinged section should face away from the street.
Please note: Do not put any plastic bags in recycle carts. Styrofoam & #6 plastic containers are also prohibited. For a full list of items allowed / prohibited, see the info sheet on Accepted Materials for Recycling attached below.
Glass shards--Residents can help reduce glass shards on our streets by placing their glass containers in a paper bag before putting them in their recycling carts.
For a fun lesson in recycling, check out the recycling for kids lesson at http://www.kenburn.co.uk/recycling-for-kids/
Thanks to James Timpson in the UK who saw the recycling information on the CLP web site and recommended this site.
Hazardous Household Waste (HHW):
A Permanent HHW Facility has been established replacing the one-day HHW drop-off events St. Louis County Health Department used to sponsor. The first drop-off site is located on the grounds of the Lemay Waste Water Treatment Facility, 291 E. Hoffmeister , St Louis MO 63125. In 2015, St. Louis County opened
the North County HHW Facility at 4100 Seven Hills Drive, St. Louis MO 63033.
Free Weatherization Assistance Program--Community Action Agency of St. Louis County (CAASTLC.org), 2709 Woodson Road St. Louis, Mo. 63114 314-446-4436 See Flyer below.
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