COVID-19 Resources & Updates
Mayor Lyda Krewson announced today that there are approximately 500 cases of COVID-19 in the St. Louis region. In addition to the Stay-At-Home order, residents are being asked to abide by St. Louis City recommendations to stay safe.
To get notified of emergency alerts & notifications from the City of St. Louis, sign-up the free NotifySTL Emergency Alert system. Text, voice, and email alerts communications are available.
The DNA Board believes that the best way to address coronavirus concerns is by sharing reliable information with our membership community. For more information about the St. Louis City plans, response, and cases regarding COVID-19, click the button below or visit:
2020 Census Due April 1
The Census is a count of every person residing in the United States of America for the purposes of political apportionment, redistricting, allocating federal funding, and compiling statistics and demographic data for public use. The Census is mandated by Article 1, Section 2 of the Constitution and participation is required by law.
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade. Health clinics. Fire departments. Schools. Even roads and highways. The census can shape many different aspects of our community.
By April 1st, 2020, every home will have received an invitation by mail with instructions on how to participate in the 2020 Census.
How Do I Fill Out The Census?
You will have three options for responding:
Respondents do not need a unique identification code to respond.
Virtual Town Hall
Due to COVID-19, the St. Louis Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA) board is considering a virtual Town Hall to replace the May 2020 meeting usually held at the St. Louis Central Library’s main branch on Olive.
Please stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
Downtown St. Louis, Inc. (DSI) Letter to Residents
Courtesy of DSI, attached is a letter to Downtown residents providing them with information about their current efforts to support the Downtown community during the stay-at-home order.
To read the letter, visit bit.ly/DSILetter2DNA.
CDC COVID-19 Guidelines for
Thanks to Building Captain Chair Shane Million, DNA is sharing a guide for individuals that live in/manage buildings with internalized features that don’t immediately open to the outdoors. The guide is based on dormitory procedures for higher education institutions, but can also be applied to any similar residential structure.
Visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) “Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education” for more information.