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Planning & Zoning Commission/ Architectural Review Board Special Meeting 11/23/2020 at 7:00 p.m.

posted Nov 21, 2020, 7:36 AM by City Clerk

This serves as a notification the City of Crystal Lake Park Planning & Zoning Commission/Architectural Review Board will consider the items listed in the agenda below.  Due to the COVID 19 pandemic and public health regulations adopted by St. Louis County, this meeting will be conducted virtually. The meeting will be held via Zoom video conference.

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Agenda

City of Crystal Lake Park

Planning & Zoning Commission/ Architectural Review Board Meeting

November 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.

 Planning & Zoning Commission/Architectural Review Board - Special Meeting

 I.        Call to Order

II.        Roll Call

III.       Approve Agenda

IV.      Old Business

1.    Consideration by the Architectural Review Board of a request to amend the landscape plan for 2100 Bopp Road (Lot 7). The petitioner, Venkat Rathikindi, is requesting approval to remove a mature tree (12” caliper Elm) in conjunction with development of a new single-family residence. The Architectural Review Board approved the landscape plan at its September 17, 2020 meeting.

V.        Adjournment

Note: 

The Planning and Zoning Commission / Architectural Review Board may adjourn to closed session to discuss legal, confidential or privileged attorney-client matters pursuant to Section 610.021(1), RSMo. 2000, real estate matters pursuant to Section 610.021(2), RSMo. 2000, personnel matters pursuant to Section 610.021(3), RSMo. 2000, audit matters pursuant to Section 610.021(17), RSMo. 2000, or for any other reason allowed by Missouri law.

 The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission / Architectural Review Board Meeting is December 10, 2020.

November 20, 2020 St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

posted Nov 20, 2020, 9:43 AM by City Clerk

November 20, 2020
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
 Isolation and Quarantine
Because of the surge in COVID-19 cases, DPH may not be able to quickly contact every person who has tested positive or every person who is a close contact of someone who has tested positive. Therefore, it’s crucial that you know how to self-isolate and self-quarantine. The intent of a new order on isolation and quarantine is to assure that people who have COVID-19 immediately isolate themselves, and that people who have been exposed to COVID-19 immediately quarantine themselves. Isolation and quarantine are important components of a multi-layered strategy to prevent, limit, and contain the spread of COVID-19 in St. Louis County. Unsure what what some of these terms really mean? They are defined in the public health order as the following:
  • "Close Contact" is an individual who was within 6 feet of a Positive Person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24 hour period starting from 2 days before illness onset, or for asymptomatic Positive Persons, 2 days prior to the date of testing;
  • "Isolation" and "isolated" mean the separation of a Positive Person or of a Person Under Investigation from any other person;
  • "Quarantine" means the restriction of movement and separation of a person or group of people reasonably believed to have been exposed to COVID-19 but who is/are not symptomatic from people who have not been exposed to COVID- 19;
  •  "Self-isolate" means a person who has self-observed COVID-19 Symptoms separating themselves from others who are asymptomatic while seeking advice from a healthcare provider or DPH.
 For Home Quarantine Instructions for Close Contacts to People with COVID-19 please click here. For Home Isolation Instructions for People with COVID-19 please click here and for the Third Amended Quarantine and Isolation Order its entirety please click here. 
Media Links/Resources
Pop-Up Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Testing​
In additional to the public health orders, testing and getting a flu shot is absolutely imperative for not only your health but the safety of your loved ones and the community. However, like COVID-19, the flu is a respiratory illness. It is possible to get flu and COVID-19 at the same time. That’s why it's important to take steps to prevent both diseases. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here to make a reservation.

Announcement for Candidates for April 2021 Municipal Election

posted Nov 17, 2020, 8:42 AM by City Clerk

City of Crystal Lake Park

Announcement for Candidates for April 2021 Municipal Election

 

Notice is hereby given that a general municipal election shall be held in the City of Crystal Lake Park, Missouri, on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, to select an Alderperson Ward 1 and an Alderperson Ward 2, for two-year terms of office. Qualifications for Alderpersons can be found within the following sections of the city’s code: Section 110.010 Aldermen.

 Interested residents must appear in person before the St. Louis County Board of Elections for candidate filing with a valid Missouri Driver’s License.  Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications as stipulated by the city’s ordinance.

 Filing will open December 15, 2020 at 8:00 AM and close January 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM. Filing will otherwise take place during St. Louis County Board of Elections’ normal business hours; the Board of Elections may close as a result of inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances. The St. Louis County Board of Elections’ office is located at 725 Northwest Plaza Drive, St. Ann, MO 63074. Normal office hours are 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday. Further information can be found via the following website: https://stlouiscountymo.gov/st-louis-county-government/board-of-elections/

At the time of filing, a copy of a notarized affidavit declaring no delinquency of local and state taxes shall be provided. The affidavit form can be found online at https://dor.mo.gov/forms/5120.pdf or may be picked up at the St. Louis County Board of Elections’ office prior to filing. It is the responsibility of the filer to submit the original affidavit to the Missouri Department of Revenue.

 For additional information or questions regarding filing, please contact the St. Louis County Board of Elections at 314-615-1800 or Angela McCormick, City Clerk, at (314) 993-1160 or cityclerk@crystallakepark.org

 Notice given this 17th day of November 2020.

Angela McCormick

Angela McCormick, MPA

City Clerk

 

Public Hearing - 2021 Budget - December 7, 2020

posted Nov 17, 2020, 8:36 AM by City Clerk

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Alderpersons for the City of Crystal Lake Park will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, December 7, 2020 at 7:00 pm via Zoom Video at which time the City Treasurer will present the 2021 Budget. The Board of Alderpersons will vote on the budget at the Board of Alderpersons meeting immediately following the hearing.

All interested parties are invited to attend this public hearing and be heard on this subject, the Zoom meeting link will be posted to the Announcement section of the city’s website (crystallakepark.org) or submit written comments to the City Clerk, P.O. Box, 31338, Crystal Lake Park, MO 63131 prior to the time and date of the hearing.  A meeting of the Board of Alderpersons will follow the public hearing.

 Notice given this 17th day of November 2020.

Angela McCormick

Angela McCormick, MPA

City Clerk

 Topic: City of Crystal Lake Park Board of Alderpersons December 7, 2020

Time: Dec 7, 2020 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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St. Louis County COVID-19 Update: 11-16-2020

posted Nov 16, 2020, 9:40 AM by City Clerk

November 16, 2020

St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

 COVID-19 Cases Hit Daily Record

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, St. Louis County has recorded more than 1,000 new cases in a single day. Since yesterday, the county has identified 1,061 new individuals who have contracted COVID-19. Although this total includes some delayed reports from previous days, it marks a shocking milestone that underscores the severity of the crisis. New cases invariably lead to new hospitalizations, and our hospitals are quickly reaching their capacity to care for people. And hospitalizations lead to deaths.

 The cumulative total number of COVID-19 cases reported in St. Louis County during this pandemic is 42,043 as of 9:30 a.m. today. The seven-day average of daily new cases is now 749, which represents a 29 percent increase over the past seven days. Since the pandemic began, 917 county residents have lost their lives to COVID-19. For more information, please visit stlcorona.com and click on COVID-19 Statistics.

Public Health Orders

 As COVID-19 cases continue to drastically increase in St. Louis County, new public health orders announced last week will go into effect Tuesday. Please see details below as many questions have come up and the orders in full can be found online here

 “Safer at Home”: This order means that you must stay at home unless it is necessary to leave for specific activities such as going to work or school, seeking medical care, or buying food or other daily necessities. Exceptions are made for going to church, for visiting family members, and for care for those who need assistance, including children. 

 The order prohibits any gathering of more than 10 people, which is down from the current limit of 50%. Restaurants cannot offer indoor dining. Outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery are allowed. Bars may only provide carryout and delivery. Businesses must reduce their capacity from 50% of the maximum allowed by the fire code to 25%. If you must meet outside of your household, please do so in organized support bubble of no more than 10 people total, including family members or friends. These groups must be established, and even when a group gathers, all participants should practice masking, social distancing and other steps to reduce the risk of transmission. And if any member of the group gets sick, that person must immediately notify the other members. Additional details and the order in full can be found online here.

 Isolation and Quarantine changes: Due to the drastic increase in new cases, DPH is acknowledging that cases may not be contacted quickly enough. DPH Staff is reaching out to as many people as possible with a focus on those who are most likely to spread the virus to others, but will not get to everyone. Therefore, residents who test positive must immediately self-isolate and tell everyone that they were in close contact with to quarantine. Instructions for isolation and quarantine can be found online here

 Face masks: Face coverings must be worn by anyone over the age of 5, in any indoor setting outside of your home, including when at work, when frequenting businesses, or when gathering if you are with people who live outside of your household. Included in this order is everyone at a gym, including those who are working out, participants in organized sports, when not actively playing in a game and students in a school setting. Additional details and the full order can be found online here.​

 Please also be sure to check out the FAQ portion of the new orders online that can be found here: What are the New Public Health Orders and What do They Mean for Me? 

 Pop-Up Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Testing

 In additional to the public health orders, testing and getting a flu shot is imperative for not only your health but the safety of your loved ones and the community. However, like COVID-19, the flu is a respiratory illness. It is possible to get flu and COVID-19 at the same time. That’s why it's important to take steps to prevent both diseases. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here to make a reservation. Please note the testing locations today and tomorrow:

 

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DATE

TIME

GROUP

LOCATION

11/16/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

John C Murphy Drive Thru,  6121 N Hanley Rd, Berkeley, MO 63134 

11/16/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 4580 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127

11/17/20

8:00AM-5:00PM

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

COVID TESTING ONLY

QUEENY PARK 550 Weidman Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131

11/17/20

8:00AM-12:00PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

PRARIE COMMONS ST. LOUIS COUNTY LIBRARY 915 Utz Ln, Hazelwood, MO 63042

11/17/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

John C Murphy Drive Thru,  6121 N Hanley Rd, Berkeley, MO 63134 

11/17/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 4580 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127​



Public Health Orders - November 13, 2020 - St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

posted Nov 13, 2020, 2:35 PM by City Clerk

November 13, 2020

St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

Public Health Orders


As announced by County Executive Dr. Page this morning, COVID-19 cases have been surging in St. Louis County over the past couple of weeks, just as they have around the country. In response to the increase in community transmission and the strain on our healthcare system, new public health orders have been announced and will go into effect at on Tuesday, November 17th. Those orders are the following: 

 “Safer at Home”: This order means that you must stay at home unless it is necessary to leave for specific activities such as going to work or school, seeking medical care, or buying food or other daily necessities. Exceptions are made for going to church, for visiting family members, and for care for those who need assistance, including children. 

The order prohibits any gathering of more than 10 people, which is down from the current limit of 50%. Restaurants cannot offer indoor dining. Outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery are allowed. Bars may only provide carryout and delivery. Businesses must reduce their capacity from 50% of the maximum allowed by the fire code to 25%. If you must meet outside of your household, please do so in organized support bubble of no more than 10 people total, including family members or friends. These groups must be established, and even when a group gathers, all participants should practice masking, social distancing and other steps to reduce the risk of transmission. And if any member of the group gets sick, that person must immediately notify the other members. Additional details and the order in full can be found online here.

 Face masks: Face coverings must be worn by anyone over the age of 5, in any indoor setting outside of your home, including when at work, when frequenting businesses, or when gathering if you are with people who live outside of your household. Included in this order is everyone at a gym, including those who are working out, participants in organized sports, when not actively playing in a game and students in a school setting. Additional details and the full order can be found online here

 Isolation and Quarantine changes: Due to the drastic increase in new cases, DPH is acknowledging that cases may not be contacted quickly enough. DPH Staff is reaching out to as many people as possible with a focus on those who are most likely to spread the virus to others, but will not get to everyone. Therefore, residents who test positive must immediately self-isolate and tell everyone that they were in close contact with to quarantine. Instructions for isolation and quarantine can be found online here

Please also be sure to check out the FAQ portion of the new orders here: What are the New Public Health Orders and What do They Mean for Me?

 ​Pop-Up Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Testing


In additional to the public health orders, testing and getting a flu shot is absolutely imperative for not only your health but the safety of your loved ones and the community. However, like COVID-19, the flu is a respiratory illness. It is possible to get flu and COVID-19 at the same time. That’s why it's important to take steps to prevent both diseases. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here to make a reservation. Please note the latest pop-up testing locations:


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DATE

TIME

GROUP

LOCATION

11/14/20

1:00PM-4:00PM

CHINESE SERVICE CENTER OF ST. LOUIS

6710 CLAYTON RD. 63117

11/16/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

John C Murphy Drive Thru,  6121 N Hanley Rd, Berkeley, MO 63134 

11/16/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 4580 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127

11/17/20

8:00AM-5:00PM

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

COVID TESTING ONLY

QUEENY PARK 550 Weidman Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131

11/17/20

8:00AM-12:00PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

PRARIE COMMONS ST. LOUIS COUNTY LIBRARY 915 Utz Ln, Hazelwood, MO 63042

11/17/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

John C Murphy Drive Thru,  6121 N Hanley Rd, Berkeley, MO 63134 

11/17/20

8:00AM-4:30PM

ST. LOUIS COUNTY RESIDENTS

SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 4580 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127​


Crystal Lake Park City Directory 2020

posted Nov 12, 2020, 12:01 PM by City Clerk

Attached please find 2020 City Directory. 

Waste Connections Holiday Recycling Guidance

posted Nov 12, 2020, 7:31 AM by City Clerk

Attached please find recycling guidance from Waste Connections for the citizens of Crystal Lake Park. The holidays are a wonderful time, but residents may not be as familiar with the recyclability of some seasonal items. 

November 12, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. ~ Planning & Zoning Commission/ Architectural Review Board Meeting

posted Nov 9, 2020, 10:02 AM by City Clerk   [ updated Nov 9, 2020, 10:07 AM ]

This serves as a notification the City of Crystal Lake Park Planning & Zoning Commission/Architectural Review Board will consider the items listed in the agenda below.  Due to the COVID 19 pandemic and public health regulations adopted by St. Louis County, this meeting will be conducted virtually.  The agenda and meeting packet are attached. 

The meeting will be held via Zoom video conference. Click the link to join the meeting:

City of Crystal Lake Park

Planning & Zoning Commission/ Architectural Review Board Meeting

November 12, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. 

Crystal Lake Park P&Z/ARB

Time: Nov 12, 2020 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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November 9, 2020 ~ St. Louis County COVID-19 Update

posted Nov 9, 2020, 9:42 AM by City Clerk

November 9, 2020
St. Louis County COVID-19 Update
Take action against COVID-19 
Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise sharply in St. Louis County, where the daily new case average is approaching 500, or more than double what it was one month ago. Hospitals are filling up and the state of Missouri is setting new records every day.
 As County Executive Dr. Sam Page said this morning, no one wants to shut down the economy. However, COVID-19 transmission can not continue to rage out of control in our community. This is the last chance to slow the spread of COVID-19 before more public health orders will be issued. 
 We are working with the Pandemic Task Force to determine precise data points that will trigger more restrictions. Those data points will involve the number of new cases and the capacity of our hospital system. 
 Therefore, Dr. Page is asking all county residents to do the following immediately:
 1. Avoid personal interactions. If you can work from home, do so. If you can conduct business virtually, do so. If you can provide curbside service to keep customers from gathering inside, do so. Remember, the safest place to stay is your home.
 2. Wear masks everywhere, except with your immediate household. It doesn’t matter how much you trust your friends. This is not a trust issue. It’s a kindness and safety issue.
3. To help our residents stay connected while limiting the threat of large outbreaks, we ask everyone to identify a small group -- under 10 people -- that you come in regular contact with. That could be your family or perhaps another household or two that you regularly interact with. It could be close friends or colleagues. We ask that you limit your personal interactions to this group. When you see members of your group, please continue to social distance and wear masks. If any member of your group gets sick or tests positive, that person MUST alert everyone in the group, immediately, so that they can quarantine and get a test. In other words, each group must do its own contact tracing. Why? Because of the extremely high number of new cases, the Department of Public Health must prioritize its contact tracing to focus on the most vulnerable people. That might not be you or your friends.
 4. If you have participated in a gathering such as a wedding, a party or a funeral, or if you have traveled to see others, it is our strong recommendation that you immediately self-quarantine for 14 days. This will limit the risk of transmitting COVID-19 to others.
No gatherings are safe. This cannot be emphasized enough. There are not enough protections that can be in place for weddings, services, events, festivals, or a party in your own backyard that will keep people you love safe from COVID. St. Louis County recommends that you go virtual with these gatherings, or wait.
 5. Now, more than ever, remember this: Hands, face and space. Wash your hands regularly, cover your face with a mask and keep six feet of space between yourself and others. We urge everyone to take these steps now to give us a chance to avoid more drastic orders. Do it for your community, for your friends and for your family. 
Pop-Up Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Testing
The flu vaccine will not protect you from COVID-19. However, like COVID-19, the flu is a respiratory illness. It is possible to get flu and COVID-19 at the same time. That’s why it's important to take steps to prevent both diseases. With both the flu and COVID-19 circulating this fall and winter, we want to do everything we can to keep our community healthy so we do not overwhelm our health care system. Appointments are required for both COVID-19 testing and flu vaccines. Click here to make a reservation. Please note the latest pop-up testing locations:
 
11/16/20
8:00AM-4:30PM
John C Murphy Drive Thru  
6121 N Hanley Rd, Berkeley, MO 63134 
 
11/16/20
8:00AM-4:30PM
SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTER 
4580 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127

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