VACANT BUILDING DEMOLITIONS
Publicly-Funded Demolitions Completed
OR Awarded since Jan 1, 2017
** Data updated May 5, 2022 **
CALL 314.622.4800 or tweet @stlcsbTO REPORT DEMOLITIONS WITH VISIBLE DUST, MISSING WATER, OR MISSING SIGN
Planned: A vacant building has been identified for demolition, but has not yet been awarded to a demolition contractor.
In Progress: A demolition permit application has been received, and the full process is not yet complete. During this time, all utilities must be disconnected; the building has to be inspected and receive environmental abatement when needed; the structure will then be demolished and the site graded and seeded before receiving its final inspection.
Complete: The demolition process is complete, the site has been reviewed and approved by an inspector, and all required paperwork has been received from the demolition contractor.
Demolition Funding Provided By
City Building Division
The City of St. Louis Building Division enforces the City's building codes, conducts building inspections, enforces zoning ordinances, and demolishes vacant buildings. With an increase in demolition funds (as of July 2018) the Building Division is better equipped to demolish hazardous and condemned structures to increase public health and safety.
Urban Greening Program
St. Louis Development Corporation - with funding from the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District - demolishes vacant buildings with the goal of removing impervious surface and reducing combined sewer overflows. In many locations, demolitions are part of neighborhood planning and community green space projects through Green City Coalition.
75 to date
Demolitions Completed, By Neighborhood, July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2021 (FY18-21)
Call St. Louis Development Corporation at (314) 657-3778 or email email@example.com.