After instituting a pilot program to increase availability of the service counter this summer for residents and contractors, the Inspections Department has decided to continue with the extended hours of 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday for the foreseeable future. The service counter and main phone line will be available during these hours, with one Permit Technician and Construction Code Inspector available to assist customers.
updated: Wednesday, February 03, 2016
St. Louis Park voters elect the mayor and six (two at-large and four ward) City Council members to four-year terms. The mayor and at-large council members represent all residents; the ward council members are primarily responsible for representing their ward constituents Ward Map. During public meetings, these civic leaders make decisions about policies and programs by determining what the community can afford and judging what is best for the community's present and future well-being. To determine which ward council member represents you, visit MyNeighborhood.
updated: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
St. Louis Park is a home rule charter city. Minnesota has two basic types of cities — home rule and statutory — which influence cities' organization and powers. The difference is the type of enabling legislation from which the municipality gains its authority. Home rule cities obtain their powers from a locally enacted home rule charter...