Recycle Your Cardboard Boxes in Ladue
Thanks to the Ladue Horton Watkins High School students who are working on recycling, there is now a convenient place to recycle all your cardboard boxes.
No more bundling those boxes or wrestling them into blue bags, Just pile them in your car and take them to the west end of the south parking lot of the high school. Flatten the boxes and toss them in the big blue bin marked cardboard.
Recycling is available in Ladue through your regular trash collector. Please contact your collector concerning days of service. Blue bags for the storage of recyclables are available at Schnucks or Schnarrs Hardware. For a list of items that can be recycled, click here.
For information on electronics recycling, go to www.witsinc.org. This organization has recycling events throughout the year at several locations around the area.
For information on recycling or disposal of hazardous household products such as paint, fluorescent lamps, motor oil, and batteries go to www.stlouisco.com/doh.
Storm Water Needs Assessment and website
The City's has hired an engineering firm, HR Green, to perform a citywide storm water needs assessment. In order to collect data from the residents of the community, they have created a user-friendly website. Residents are encouraged to input their storm water concerns directly into the website. This information, along with input collected at public meetings, will be compiled into a map and report of the storm water problem areas.
Click below to report storm water complaints or issues. Create a username and password, then go to the 'Get Involved' tab to get started: http://www.hlplanning.com/portals/ladue
Project e-mail address: email@example.com
Project phone number: 636-812-4222
Storm water Public Meetings (Tentative Location: City Hall)
May 6, 2015 8:30 - 10:30 am
May 19, 2015 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
June 4, 2015 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
CURRENT PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS
1. McKnight Road and Bridge Improvements and Sidewalk Improvements (80% Federal 20% City for Right-of-way and Construction phases) –
Gershenson Construction is under contract for construction in the amount of $2,316,538.71 with Horner and Shifrin performing the construction administration for the project on behalf of the City
The City’s project consists of the replacement of two bridges, pavement rehabilitation, and sidewalk installation on the east side of McKnight between Clayton Road and Ladue Road. Sidewalk, storm sewer, and wall installation are ongoing, but nearing completion.
The northern bridge just south of Robin Hill was substantially complete on November 17, 2014. The south bridge near Black Creek is currently being constructed and is scheduled to open on April 17th.
Milling and overlaying of pavement will occur after the south bridge has been completed.
The overall project completion is scheduled for Spring 2015.
2. Price Road improvements: sidewalk and pavement rehabilitation from Delmar to Clayton (80% Federal, 20% City for Design, ROW, and Construction) – The City and a right-of-way consultant, O.R. Colan, are in the process of completing the acquisition the necessary easements from the last parcel of a total of 15 property owners. Final plans have been submitted for final approval to MoDOT. It is anticipated that construction will begin in early Summer 2015 and extend to Fall 2015.
3. Citywide Beautification Framework Plan
Bids for the stepping stone installation will be obtained in the spring of 2015 as part budgeted improvements for the park.
Christner has developed concept designsfor Clayton/Warson Open Space Design and Path Connections and presented them to the key stake holder group. Next, Christner will present the concept to the Public Works Committee at their April 1, 2015 meeting then to City Council at their April 20, 2015 meeting.
4. Lay Road Improvements (80% Federal Funding, 20% City of Ladue Funding)
The City of Ladue was successful in obtaining federal funds for the Lay Road Improvements project which will consist of the installation of sidewalk on the west side of the road, storm sewer improvements, and pavement rehabilitation. The funding for the design phase is available 10/1/15. The request for qualifications for engineering consulting services will be issued mid-year 2015.
5. Stormwater Needs Assessment (Stormwater Fund)
HR Green was selected to perform the Storm water needs assessment for the City and their contract was approved at the February City Council meeting.
HR Green is getting underway with the storm water needs assessment which will consist of the review of existing storm water complaints and existing data and the collection of new data from the residents of Ladue. This information will be compiled into a map and report of the storm water problem areas.
6. Dielman Road Improvements
The Public Works Department submitted a Federal funding application for sidewalk and roadway improvements on Dielman Road between Ladue Road and Tamarack and will be informed by summer regarding the status of the application.
DID YOU KNOW?
Do you have questions or want to know more about the Public Works Department? Click the links below:
Ladue Department of Public Works
9345 Clayton Rd
Ladue, MO 63124