Posted on: April 26, 2017

New Mayor and Chairman Pro Tem Take Office

Swearing in ceremony

At the April 25 Council meeting, J. Gregory Carl was appointed Mayor and Maxine Weil was appointed Chairman Pro Tem.
Mayor Carl began his service on

Council in October of 2013, when he was appointed to fill the seat of Pablo Flynn, who resigned earlier that year.  Chairman Pro Tem Weil was first elected to Council in 2014. Both Carl and Weil were reelected in April 2017.

Olivette City Council Memb...

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Posted on: April 24, 2017

Accepting Development Proposals for Old City Hall Area

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The City of Olivette is now accepting proposals from qualified developers for redevelopment of the area consisting of the old City Hall (9473 Olive Blvd) and the two parcels to the west. See the full

development proposal packet by submitting a simple form: http://www.olivettemo.com/bids.aspx?bidID=9

Posted on: April 20, 2017

Olivette Police To Participate in High Visibility Youth Alcohol Enforcement Campaign

The Olivette Police Department along with County and State law enforcement will be out in full force as part of the annual nationwide May/Youth Alcohol Enforcement Crackdown “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ substance-impaired driving c...

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Posted on: April 19, 2017

Regional Police Commanders Learn Breadth of Counter-Terrorism Work from Israel Police

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Police executives from six regional police departments recently returned from an educational expedition to study counter-terrorism efforts in Israel. They were participants in the first Western States/St. Louis Counter-Terrorism Seminar in Israel

with police colleagues from California, Nevada and Arizona. Included in the Mission were Clayton Police Chief Kevin Murphy, Creve Coeur Police Chief Glenn Eidman, Florissant Police Chief Tim Lowery, Frontenac Police Chief Tom Becker, Olivette Police Chief...

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Posted on: April 13, 2017

WE'VE MOVED!

Olivette City operations have moved to 1140 Dielman Road. Police, Fire, Court, Planning, and Administrative services are now operating out of the new City Center. Hours of operation and phone numbers remain the same.