COVID-19 City Cancellations
Updated as of 9/18/20
Parks, Recreation, & Arts
The following planned programs have been cancelled:
- Fall Concert - September 20th
- Senior Holiday Luncheon - December 10th
In the interest of public health and safety, the Manchester Municipal Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings until further Order of the Court.
Beginning with the June 23, 2020 court date, the Manchester Municipal Court will be holding court sessions via Zoom Video Conferencing. A letter is being sent to all defendants with further instructions. If the address on your ticket is not current, please contact the court at 636-207-2832 to update your information.
City Hall - Manchester City Hall reopened to the public on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. You may reach City staff by phone at 636-227-1385.
Parks - The playground at Paul Schroeder Park is open, however all other parks playground remain closed at this time. Our parks, trails, & fields will remain open. Access to the main Parks building reopened on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Public Works - Access to the main Public Works building reopened on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Police Department - Building is closed for public tours. No public fingerprinting (pre-employment, background checks, etc.) will be done until the building is fully open.
Municipal Court - In the interest of public health and safety, the Manchester Municipal Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings until further Order of the Court.
Applications that include plans up to 11” x 17” or smaller may be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, by mail, or by the City’s drop box located next to the front door at City Hall. Applications submitted electronically will receive approval electronically and applicant will be responsible for printing 4 copies to submit to St. Louis County.
Applications that include plans that are larger than 11” x 17” will need to be submitted and returned by mail or in-person by appointment. All plans returned by mail will need to include a pre-paid self-addressed envelope.
Commercial Occupancy inspections will be consistent with St. Louis County’s current policies and/or any changes implemented and should be scheduled thru St. Louis County after receiving zoning approval from the City.
Applications may be submitted electronically to email@example.com, by mail, in-person or via the City’s drop box located next to the front door at City Hall. Associated fees can be paid by credit card over the phone, mailed check, check submitted via the City’s drop box.
Code Enforcement will continue to conduct exterior Property Maintenance inspections but will only conduct interior inspections for emergency situations. Abatement periods for Property Maintenance Violations may be circumstantially extended. The City will work with residents as much as possible, but it is important that we continue to keep Manchester a great place to live, work, and play through these challenging times.