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Whether you have lived in Florissant since you were a child or are planning a future here for your children, we hope you will find our website a fun and informative portal to our community.

Florissant is a community of over 50,000 people situated in North St Louis County. It is a progressive and thriving town with a reputation for being 'warm & friendly.'

Florissant offers many wonderful services and a wide variety of amenities for residents of all ages from toddlers to Senior Citizens. It's one of the safest cities of its size West of the Mississippi River.

Whether you're here for a day or a lifetime, this is a great place to be!

The position of City Clerk was created by the Charter of the City of Florissant, Section 3-12. Appointed by the Mayor the City Clerk is the official record keeper of the City. Some of the important records she is responsible for include minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, and other vital documents The City Clerk authenticates by signature all ordinances, resolutions and attests to contracts. She administers the Oath of Office to elected officials and certain employees. The City Clerk also prepares and certifies the ballot, working closely with St. Louis County Election Board to monitor elections. The City Clerk's office prepares and issues liquor licenses for new establishments as well as yearly renewals. She acts as legislative assistant to the City Attorney and City Council, researching information for matters when so requested by members of the City Council. The City Clerk's Office maintains regular contact with the Members of the City Council.

If you would like to know what ward you are in, you may contact the City Clerk's office or look up your address in the street guide.

For all of your Government Representatives from
The State of Missouri:

The Council meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month in the Council Chambers, Florissant City Hall, 955 Rue St Francois, at 7:30PM. Meetings are open to the public. Citizens may speak up to 3 minutes under "hearings from citizens". Please contact the city clerk at 839-7630 for further information.

Council Meetings can be viewed on Florissant City TV.  A schedule of FCTV programs can be accessed, On Demand, by going to our YouTube Channel, FCTV-Florissant City Media. As always you can go to Charter Channel 992 or AT&T Uverse Channel 99 to access our programs. To see a listing of programs watch FCTV's Bulletin Board for updated information.

If you would like to find out what ward you are in, you can call the City Clerk's office or look up your address in the street guide.

Community Development and

Housing Resource Center

Florissant's Community Development Department has many resources available for residents and newcomers, such as information on Housing, Community Development, Neighborhood Stabilization, and more.

An Informational Seminar for the Home Improvement Program will               be held in Florissant City Hall Council Chambers on                      April 11, 2018 at 6p.m. Please, join us to learn more about the        Home Improvement Program


Community Development

The City of Florissant participates in the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The CDBG program funds a variety of home improvement loan programs as well as public service activities that benefit the residents of Florissant

The 2017 Home Improvement Applications are now closed.
To apply as a 2018 participant check back here or come by our offices on April 2, 2018.
Application submissions will be accepted first come, first serve May 1st, 2018.


Housing Resource Center

The Housing Resource Center offers prospective home buyers and renter's information about available housing opportunities in Florissant as well as information about City amenities.  The housing resource center also offers existing homeowners a number of programs, assistance, and resources to help meet their individual needs.

 

 


 


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Welcome to TEAM FLORISSANT. Make Florissant Part of Your Plan.

The Economic Development Department is aggressively promoting Florissant and its assets to business leaders within our region, as well as to decision-makers nationally, as companies make business relocation and expansion decisions.

Florissant has a strong central focus to attract, retain and expand businesses that add vitality to the entire region. It is our mission to ensure a healthy, profitable business climate that will attract new residents to the community while supporting our existing neighborhoods and heritage.

Economic Development entails improvement and progress in our community without compromising the City's proud past. We have a City leadership that is supportive of development with a proactive commitment to further development.

"Team Florissant" has a desire to work as a team to improve the City's business climate and make the process as simple as possible.

For a list of available properties contact: Director Bob Russell

List of relevant links:

Historic Sites

Old Town Partners

Restaurants

Business Directory

The Finance Department is responsible for all financial functions for the City of Florissant.  Those functions include cash handling, accounts payable, accounts receivable, financial reporting, annual business licenses, property accounting, payroll, budgeting, purchasing, and risk management.  The Finance Department also maintains the City's general ledger and reporting activity of the various funds, including the General Fund, Special Revenue Funds, Debt Service Funds, Enterprise Funds, Internal Service Funds, Capital Improvement Funds, Trust & Agency Funds, and Bond Funds.

Memo on Deficit Spending & Budgeting

Memo on Sale of Water System

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Employment

Information on current job openings with the City of Florissant may be obtained by calling (314) 595-3640 , Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. or ask your questions via e-mail: swhite@florissantmo.com

Click here to apply online for current job opportunities. 

Applications and resumes will only be accepted for posted openings. Applicants may apply in person at the Human Resources Department in the Florissant Government Building, 1055 Rue St. Francois, Florissant, MO 63031.

Welcome to the City of Florissant's web site! The City of Florissant lies in the heart of a valley near the confluence of two rivers, the Missouri and the Mississippi, and was aptly nicknamed the "Valley of Flowers," by French farmers and fur trappers in the 1760s. The community has existed under the flags of the French and the Spanish Monarchies, the French Republic, and the United States. The first official governance was a Spanish Garrison established in 1786. Our City Flag is very beautiful and symbolic. It contains the symbols of the United States, France and Spain and three colors; Gold for the value of elective government, White for a clean and healthy city and Green for the gift of fertile soil.

Florissant is the largest municipality in St. Louis County, having a population of 52,158 and 166.85 miles of public streets maintained by one of the best public works departments anywhere. Our Building Dept enforces our city codes to keep our property values up and our Health Dept helps us keep our city clean.



Link to Mayor Thomas P. Schneider's Profile


Our award winning Police Department is dedicated to protecting our citizens and property and Florissant has continually been ranked as one the safest cities of our size in the Nation. We have a large Neighborhood Watch group to help our police and our Drug Awareness and Resistance Education officers partner with our public and private schools to teach D.A.R.E.

We offer 20 beautiful parks complete with many lighted ball fields, tennis courts, picnic pavilions and more. St. Ferdinand Park has a fishing lake where we also host summer concerts and lighted sand volleyball courts. Bangert Park has a swimming pool and hosts our award winning swim team and has a horseshoe pitch. Koch Park has an aquatic center, an archery range and hosts cross country. Our new championship Disc Golf Course enhances Dunegant Park and our Nature Lodge overlooks the Missouri at Sunset Park. Other recreational facilities include the James J. Eagan Center and the John F. Kennedy Center both having weight rooms, gym floors, meeting rooms and a game room. JJE also has a 600-seat theatre, an indoor pool and a covered ice rink. The Golf Club of Florissant is the only 18 hole Championship Municipal owned Course in the County. Our Senior Citizens office offers exciting recreational programs and services.

Florissant provides a nourishing atmosphere to raise a family. Our "Old Town" area has a small-town feeling and is comprised of many landmark homes and buildings including the world famous St. Ferdinand Shrine which was once home to Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne and where Jesuit Pioneer Missionary Pierre-Jean De Smet was ordained.

I invite you to browse the various pages of this site and learn more about our City's history, departments and the many services that are available for your enjoyment. Join us in the beautiful City in the Valley of Flowers and experience our warm hospitality.


THE FLORISSANT MUNICIPAL COURT OFFICE IS LOCATED IN THE FLORISSANT GOVERNMENT BUILDING

1055 RUE ST FRANCOIS, FLORISSANT, MO 63031. PHONE NUMBER IS 314-921-3322.

COURT SESSIONS are held at the following locations on the dates listed below:

03/07/18 – 05/30/18 at the JOHN F KENNEDY CIVIC CENTER located at 315 Howdershell Rd, Florissant, MO 63031

06/06/18 – 07/26/18 at CROSSKEYS MIDDLE SCHOOL located at 14205 Cougar Dr, Florissant, MO 63031

08/01/18 – 12/19/18 at the FLORISSANT JUSTICE CENTER located at 4575 Washington St., Florissant, MO 63033

FOR ALL OTHER BUSINESS WITH THE COURT YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO:

THE FLORISSANT GOVERNMENT BUILDING AT 1055 RUE ST FRANCOIS, FLORISSANT, MO 63031.

Click here to pay your ticket online.

Municourt.net: THIS WEBSITE PROVIDES A VERY CONVENIENT WAY FOR THE PUBLIC

TO CHECK THEIR PENDING MUNICIPAL COURT CASES, OUTSTANDING

FINES/COURT COSTS AND OTHER INFORMATION THAT WILL ASSIST

THEM IN RESOLVING THOSE CASES. THE INFORMATION CAN BE

ACCESSED AT www.municourt.net.

The City of Florissant Parks and Recreation Department offers a vast array of Parks and Recreation opportunities to the community. The City has twenty parks comprising almost 400 acres with a variety of attractions. Florissant is home to two Recreation Facilities. The James J Eagan Community Center includes a gymnasium for rent and open basketball play, an indoor swimming pool with a variety of programming, a covered outdoor ice rink, a fitness center, a game room, a 600 seat theater, and several meeting rooms available for rent. The John F Kennedy Community Center includes a gymnasium for rent and open basketball play, a game room, a fitness center, a racquetball court, and meeting rooms available for rent. The City of Florissant is also home to an outdoor waterpark. Bangert Pool includes a play structure, a large water slide, two smaller slides, two diving boards, and area to swim.  Located in Florissant as well, is a beautiful 18 hole Golf Course. This storied course has drawn some of the best golfers in the state, and the City has put in more than $1 million in renovations and improvements. The Parks & Recreation Department is also happy to provide a variety of recreation programs, services, and special events to the community. Florissant Residents enjoy many privileges with their Florissant Resident Card, including access to open gym, the game rooms, the fitness centers, and discounted rates on any rentals, classes, events, and at our pools and ice rink. More information on obtaining a Florissant Resident Card is under the Topics of Interest. All Florissant residents age 4 or older are eligible for resident cards. See a link to our current brochure below for more information on classes, events, rentals and more! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! 

  JJE   Fitness Center   Ferdinand Park

James J Eagan Center
314-921-4466
1 James J Eagan Drive
John F Kennedy Community Center
314-921-4250

315 Howdershell Rd

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Spring 2018 Guide

Fall/Winter 2017 Guide

Applications

Spring Break Camp Application 2018

Garage Sale Vendor Application

Junior Counselor Application2018

Summer Camp Application 2018

Announcements:

The City of Florissant has an ongoing commitment and obligation to ensure the highest level of public safety for its citizens and staff.  Consequently, in the event of hazardous weather, emergency situations, or potentially unsafe conditions, it may become necessary to alter the hours of operation for some or all City facilities.  

For the latest information on closures, cancellations or postponements of Parks & Recreation Department facilities, programs or services, please call the "Facilities and Programs Hotline" at 314-266-7335 or find us on Facebook.

                                

Hotline Phone Number: 314-266-7335

 

                                    

A Message from the Chief of Police

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Chief of Police
Timothy J. Lowery

 


Welcome,

On behalf of the men and women of the Florissant Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our website. This website is one of the resources that we use to educate and inform the public on issues relating to crime. On this website you will be able to find the Florissant monthly crime statistics, information on the different bureaus within the police department, and the various community programs that the Florissant Police Department offers. You can also "Like" us on Facebook, where we also post information. Using these technologies allows the Police Department to quickly share information and improve communication with our citizens which ultimately will help toward keeping our community safe.

As someone who was born and raised in Florissant, I have a stake in our community. I believe a police department can only be as good as the partnerships that it creates within the community. We, the employees of the Florissant Police Department and the citizens of Florissant, share the responsibility of working toward the continued improvement of the quality of life of our residents.

I believe the Florissant Police Department is an outstanding organization comprised of employees who share the same vision of fighting crime in our community. Our staff continues to demonstrate their commitment to providing the best police service that is possible to the residents of Florissant.

I hope this website both shows the pride that our employees have in working for the Florissant Police Department and provides to you the needed information about our Police Department. We welcome your questions, concerns, or suggestions for improved police services. Together, we will continue to make our city a wonderful place to live, work, and play.

Sincerely,

Timothy J. Lowery
Chief of Police

Mission Statement

"The mission of the Florissant Police Department is to provide the highest quality police services to the people of the City of Florissant, by promoting a safe environment through police and citizen interaction, with an emphasis on integrity, fairness, and professionalism."

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The Florissant Police Department has an agreement with LexusNexis to make our Crash Reports available for purchase online. The price of our Crash Reports remains $10.00; however there is a convenience fee added to the cost for the on-line purchase. The fee is charged by LexusNexis not the Police Department. Any individual can still come in to the Police Department and purchase the report in person and the cost is $10.00.

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Louis B. Jearls, Jr., P.E.
Director of Public Works
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The Public Works Department is a highly diverse department composed of four (4) separate divisions: Building, Engineering, Health & Street. These various divisions are responsible for the health and safety of our residents by providing various inspections on existing and new construction, maintaining the structural safety of our bridges, operating an animal control and shelter facility, and maintaining all City-owned streets, just to name a few.

The Public Works department employs 49 full-time and 14 part-time personnel, as well as many seasonal employees.

To learn more about the four divisions of the Public Works Department, click on the links on this page.

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Fee Change Posting

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The Purchasing Department, a division of the Finance Department, is responsible for approving and processing the purchase of goods and services.

Vendors who wish to be placed on the bidders list may email the Purchasing Department at purchasing@florissantmo.com. Please include the company name, contact person, address, phone and fax numbers.  Also, indicate what services or commodities your company can provide to the City of Florissant.
 
To view past and present Bid Tabulations and Current Bid Opportunities, please look under Topics of Interest to the right.
 

 

Welcome to the Senior Citizen Department!  Residents 60 years of age or older are invited to participate in the many Senior Citizen Programs, Events and Services offered by the City of Florissant.  When you obtain a Florissant Resident Card a gold frame is placed around your picture showing that you are a resident over the age of 60 and eligible for the special discounts available in the Parks Department (GAP) and the Services and Programs offered in the Senior Office.  Obtain your resident card by bringing a photo ID and proof of residency (unpaid utility bill, bank statement, paycheck stub, or a monthly business statement dated within the last 30 days) to one of our Community Centers – the JFK Center or the James J. Eagan Center. Stop by the Senior Office in Florissant City Hall or call the Senior Citizen Coordinator, Peggy Hogan at 839-7604 with any questions or concerns.    

Click The Links Below for Information about Senior Services & Activities

 

If you have any ideas or suggestions for senior programs or activities you would like to see in the City of Florissant, contact the Senior Office at: phogan@florissantmo.com or chenke@florissantmo.com.

Florissant Civic Center Theatre (FCCT) is home to many productions for both residents and visitors to enjoy. FCCT is also home to several theatre based companies like The Hawthorne Players and The Alpha Players of Florissant. Check out our upcoming events to learn more about the FCCT!

The FCC Theatre and Art Gallery are available for use by patrons who wish to produce shows, art exhibits, hold meetings and/or conventions. This colorful 567 seat professionally equipped theatre features a fully draped traditional proscenium stage. Over 120,000 patrons annually attend performances of all types here, making this theatre a well-established cultural hub of the community. The theatre is complimented by the acoustical engineering of the facility, professional lighting system and backstage trappings that make it easy to understand how magic is created here. The FCC Theatre is located in the James J. Eagan Center at #1 James J. Eagan Dr. (Parker Rd. at Waterford Dr.)

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