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New Link to Elected Officials Social Media

Click here to access all the social media pages held by your elected officials.

*Please note this page is ran by your elected Ward 3 Alderman not the City of Eureka.

 

Inspection Requests

Contractors can now request inspections electronically.  The link can be found on our building department page or click here.  Please note, you will need your permit number to request an inspection.  Thank you.

Water Sample Site and Well Test Results Prior to SeaQuest

The link below is the water sample site (first four pages) and well test results prior to SeaQuest.

Water Sample Site and Well Test Results Prior to SeaQuest 2

Door-to-door Solicitation

Please note that door-to-door solicitation, including distribution of printed material is prohibited with the exception of Eureka-based civic, fraternal, charitable and religious organizations.  Political related activities are also allowed.  If you encounter any issues with someone engaged in prohibited solicitation activities, please contact the Police Department at 938-6600.

Report It-Citizen Property Inventory System

The Eureka Police Department encourages all residents to use a free online system that will help keep track of valuable — and invaluable — personal property. ReportIt is a free, secure online service allowing citizens to record serial numbers and upload images for phones, electronics, and other valuables.  Click here for more information.

Pay Water, Sewer and Trash Bills Electronically

For your convenience the City is now accepting automatic withdrawal payments (EFT) for water, sewer and trash bills. Click on the link to download the authorization form.

Utility Billing

 

 

CodeRED Emergency Notification System

The CodeRED emergency notification system is a communication service available for emergency notifications such as a missing child, evacuation, bomb threat, hostage situation, natural disaster, terrorism threat, chemical spill or other emergency incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for safety, plus severe weather alerts if you so choose.  CodeRED can employ mapping capable of geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a telephone calling system capable of delivering a pre-recorded message at a rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour.  CodeRED can reach Eureka residents by residential phone, business phone or cell phone.  The system will make three (3) attempts to contact citizens and will leave messages in voicemail and on answering machines.  The system can also send e-mails if desired.

The only way to ensure that your information is entered into the CodeRED system is to sign up for the notifications. To include your information in the CodeRED system, visit the link below.  You will be asked to provide your phone number and home address so that notifications made only to selected neighborhoods will be accurate. Again, your contact information will only be used for emergency notification purposes.

Submit your CodeRED notification information

 

Mosquito Control

  • At least once a week, drain water from garbage cans, buckets, toys, flowerpots, wading pools, pet dishes and other objects that collect water.
  • Change water in birdbaths at least once a week.
  • Keep gutters cleaned out, and repair any tears in door and window screens.
  • Wear long-sleeved shirts, long pants and light colors outdoors.
  • Spray clothing with repellents containing DEET or picaridin, making sure to follow the directions on the label.
  • Look for products containing the active ingredient methoprene or Bti (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis) to place in birdbaths or ponds, to prevent mosquitoes from developing.

For more information on mosquito prevention, contact the County Vector Control office at 314-727-3097 or visit the Health Department’s website at: www.stlouisco.com/HealthandWellness

Sign Up for Code Red

The CodeRED emergency notification system is a communication service available for emergency notifications such as a missing child, evacuation, bomb threat, hostage situation, natural disaster, terrorism threat, chemical spill or other emergency incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for safety, plus severe weather alerts if you so choose.  CodeRED can employ mapping capable of geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a telephone calling system capable of delivering a pre-recorded message at a rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour.  CodeRED can reach Eureka residents by residential phone, business phone or cell phone.  The system will make three (3) attempts to contact citizens and will leave messages in voicemail and on answering machines.  The system can also send e-mails if desired.

Submit your notification information

Reporting Issues with Weeds & Vegetation

All weeds or vegetation which have attained a height of 12 inches or more, growing or existing upon land within the City, with the exception of land used for farming or gardening purposes, are considered a public nuisance and are prohibited.  Whenever private property abuts a public right-of-way or easement which consists of a tree, lawn or grassy area between the private property line and the edge of the street pavement, landowners are responsible for maintaining the grassy area up to the edge of the street pavement, as noted in Ordinance No. 993.

To report weed violations, call the Weed Violation Line at 938-5233 (Ext. 120) or email Barb Griffin.

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