Saint Louis County

Saint Louis County, Missouri

41 S Central Ave
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: (314) 615-5432
Fax: (314) 615-7890
www.stlouisco.com

On the central-eastern border of MO on the Mississippi River, 11 mi. below its confluence with the Missouri River. Organized 1812; original county. Name Origin: For Louis IX (1214-70), crusader king of France, canonized in 1297

Area (sq mi):: 523.69 (land 507.81; water 15.89) Population per square mile: 1978.40
Population 2005: 1,004,666 State rank: 1 Population change: 2000-20005 -1.10%; 1990-2000 2.30% Population 2000: 1,016,315 (White 76.00%; Black or African American 19.00%; Hispanic or Latino 1.40%; Asian 2.20%; Other 2.00%). Foreign born: 4.20%. Median age: 37.50
Income 2000: per capita $27,595; median household $50,532; Population below poverty level: 6.90% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $39,987-$43,225
Unemployment (2004): 5.40% Unemployment change (from 2000): 1.50% Median travel time to work: 24.00 minutes Working outside county of residence: 28.00%
Cities with population over 10,000:
  • Florissant (51,583)
  • Chesterfield (47,110)
  • University City (37,493)
  • Wildwood (34,588)
  • Ballwin (30,778)
  • Kirkwood (27,156)
  • Hazelwood (25,651)
  • Maryland Heights (25,407)
  • Webster Groves (23,076)
  • Ferguson (21,677)
  • Manchester (19,059)
  • Creve Coeur (16,642)
  • Overland (16,272)
  • Clayton County seat (15,944)
  • Bridgeton (15,382)
  • Jennings (15,056)
  • Crestwood (11,757)
  • Town and Country (10,851)
  • Bellefontaine Neighbors (10,732)

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    Saint Louis County, Minnesota

    100 North 5th Ave W Rm 214
    Duluth, MN 55802
    Phone: (218) 726-2380
    Fax: (218) 725-5060
    www.co.st-louis.mn.us

    On the northeastern border of MN, bordered on the southeast by Lake Superior; established Mar 3, 1855 (prior to statehood) from Lake County (then called Doty County). Name Origin: For the Saint Louis River, which flows through the county; itself named for Louis IX of France (1215-70), who participated in the Sixth Crusade (1248-54) and was canonized in 1297

    Area (sq mi):: 6859.91 (land 6225.16; water 634.75) Population per square mile: 31.70
    Population 2005: 197,179 State rank: 6 Population change: 2000-20005 -1.70%; 1990-2000 1.20% Population 2000: 200,528 (White 94.40%; Black or African American 0.80%; Hispanic or Latino 0.80%; Asian 0.70%; Other 3.50%). Foreign born: 1.90%. Median age: 39.00
    Income 2000: per capita $18,982; median household $36,306; Population below poverty level: 12.10% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $26,246-$28,235
    Unemployment (2004): 5.80% Unemployment change (from 2000): 0.30% Median travel time to work: 19.40 minutes Working outside county of residence: 9.20%
    Cities with population over 10,000:
  • Duluth County seat (85,556)
  • Hibbing (16,706)

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    Secretary of State of Missouri Jason Kander, who is a Democratic Party nominee for the US Senate and State Representative Bill Otto, also Democratic Party's nominee for the US Senate and Steve Stagner, Chief Executive of Saint Louis County, were present at the event.
    TLC supports 60 individuals in 15 community-based residences in Saint Louis County.
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    In an address to the First Evangelical Free Church of Saint Louis County Missouri, Michael P.
    Louis region also has been regarded as the best example of the long, futile struggle for metropolitan reform (urban historian Jon Teaford has said that "Nowhere did the battle for metropolitanism rage so loudly or long as in Saint Louis County.
    In order to explain why and how the post-suburban polity developed, Teaford examines six representative counties in detail: Suffolk County and Nassau County, New York (Long Island); Oakland County, Michigan (north of Detroit); DuPage County, Illinois (west of Chicago); Saint Louis County, Missouri; and Orange County, California.
    In 1954, following a shooting incident between two county deputy sheriffs, county voters approved a referendum to replace the sheriff's office with the Saint Louis County Department of Police.

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