|Businesses of Old North United|
Old North St. Louis is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and is undergoing a rapid transformation with many new businesses and residents. The Businesses of Old North United is a community forum for businesses in Old North Saint Louis to exchange ideas and resources and seeks attract new businesses and retain existing businesses.
|Central West End Association|
The Central West End is a full-service, walkable neighborhood anchored by large institutions and universities, Forest Park and beautiful residential neighborhoods. The CWEA facilitates events and invests in infrastructure to promote and enhance the quality of life in the neighborhood.
|Chippewa-Broadway Business Association|
Founded in 1923, the CBBA has worked continuously to create and foster a friendly, cooperative spirit among both business and residency for the betterment of the Chippewa-Broadway-Jefferson area with youth empowerment programs, beautification initiatives and
|Communications Transmission System|
St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 23.64 DIVISION IV Communications Transmission Systems
|Dogtown Business Merchants Association|
Home of the St. Patrick's Day Parage, Dogtown is a unique neighborhood with restaurants, pubs and unique shopping venues. The DBMA primarily facilitates the development of the Clayton-Tamm commercial district by facilitating events and marketing the district.
|Downtown Dutchtown DT2 Business Association|
Dutchtown is a diverse and centrally located neighborhood with many eccletic shops and ethnic restaurants. DT2 helps sharpen the competitiveness of existing business owners and recruit compatible new businesses in Dutchtown.
|Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Research Data|
Data and Publications, Papers on regional economic trends
|Forest Park South Business Association|
The Forest Park South Business Association encompasses the Forest Park Southeast and Central West End neighborhoods.The FPSA advances the mutual interests of commercial, institutional and industrial entities with event promotion and sponsorship, public infrastructure development and community planning endeavors.
|Hampton-Chippewa Business Association|
Hampton-Chippewa District is located in southwest St. Louis City and is surrounded by gingerbread style houses and close knit neighborhoods. The HCBA sponsors and hosts community events and reaches out to members through various networking opportunities.
|Lafayette Square Business Association|
Lafayette Square is an upscale shopping and dining district containing some of the city's most beautiful homes. The LSBA facilitates business development in the Lafayette Square Neighborhood by developing and promoting special events and investing in physical infrastructure.
|Locust Business District|
The Locust Business District is an emerging entertainment and loft district in Midtown. The LBD is a community improvement district that promotes business development in the 19th and 6th Wards with event promotion and investment in physical infrastructure and neighborhood security.
|Macklind Business District|
The Macklind Business District offers unique local services to the South Hampton community. The MBD promotes and maintains a prosperous business community along Macklind Avenue with events and beautification projects.
|Nine District Police Business Association|
The Ninth District is an alliance between businesses and St. Louis Police Department. It fosters cooperation and support for the 9th District police officers and their work of protecting citizens and businesses in the 9th District.
|Old North St. Louis Restoration Group|
Old North St. Louis is a diverse, up in coming neighborhood. ONSL promotes business and real estate development in the Old North St. Louis neighborhood.
|Online Plan Room|
Online Plan Room
|Second District Police Business Association|
SDPBA is a coalition of businesses and the St. Louis Police Department created to foster a safe environment for businesses and residents in the Second district.
|Skinker DeBaliviere Community Council|
Skinker-Debaliviere is a diverse residential neighborhood that contains the Loop Business District. SCBD manages the Delmar Commercial Committee, which promotes business development in the Loop and DeBaliviere Place.
|Soulard Business Association|
Soulard or "the Island" is St. Louis' oldest neighborhood and is the home of Mardis Gras; Soulard has many diverse shops, restaurants and bars. The Soulard Business Association supports and promotes the surrounding historic neighborhood through a variety of neighborhood and business events, public improvements and marketing campaigns.
|South Broadway Merchants' Association|
The Carondolet neighborhood has a diversity of businesses from small shops and bars to industrial plants. SBMA strives to improve the overall business climate in the Carondelet neighborhood by partnering with local government and residents to attract and retain businesses.
|South Grand Community Improvement District|
The South Grand District is a hub of the of St. Louis international community and offers a variety of ethnic restaurants, small shops and bars. The South Grand CID enhances the community by promoting safety, cleanliness, commercial tenant retention, and infrastructure improvements.
|St. Louis Small Business Monthly|
St. Louis Small Business Monthly is a monthly publication for small business owners
|Telephone Company Alternative Tax|
Telephone Company Alternative Tax
|The Grove Community Improvement District|
The Grove is a diverse and LGBT friendly entertainment district with the Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood. The Grove CID is a taxing entity that promotes events and invests in infrastructure and security on the Manchester strip.
|The Hill Business Association|
The Hill Business Association serves to promote the internationally known Italian neighborhood of St. Louis. The HBA sponsors events that attract visitors and in the process promotes the business community of the Hill.
|The Loop Special Business District|
The Loop is an dynamic, entertainment and shopping District connecting University City and the City of Saint Louis. The Loop SBDs are taxing entities that invest in infrastructure, facilitate business development and retention and promote events to develop and enhance the Loop District.
|Tower Grove Business Association|
Tower Grove South has a variety of unique retail shops, restaurants, and services and is located within the Tower Grove South neighborhood. The Tower Grove Business Association promotes the district with events and seeks to attract and retain businesses.
|Watson Business District|
The Watson Business District is anchored by the Lindenwood Park neighborhood and contains many unique shops, medical and service firms, schools, churches, and exceptional restaurants and bars. The Watson Business District is an emerging business association that invests in projects to market and beautify the district.
|Commercial District Program and Facade Program, Common Questions|
Frequently Asked Questions for Commercial District Program and Facade Program
|Active City RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs|
List of Active City RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs
|Additional Resources for Businesses|
Additional resources for businesses, including multi-family dwellings, hotels and motels, offices, restaurants, and retailers.
|Additional Resources for Institutions|
Additional resources for institutions, including colleges and universities, and medical and religious facilities.
|Area Business incubators and Business Development Resources|
List of additional organizations offering technical business development services to start-ups and small businesses.
|Begin New Venture Center|
Begin New Venture Center offers business assistance to start-ups, early-stage companies, and non-profit organizations.
Weekly list of available bids.
Business assistance, financing, and regulatory requirements.
|Business Associations and Community Partners|
Links to Business Associations serving the City of St. Louis.
|Business Consortium Fund|
The Business Consortium Fund provides contract financing to certified minority businesses through a network of local participating banks and National Minority Supplier Development Council affiliates.
Addressing businesses of all sizes and their needs to grow and expand in the City of St. Louis.
Links to tax incentives, bonds, and loan programs available through the City of St. Louis.
|Business License Forms and Applications|
The License Collector's Office provides all office forms and applications for taxpayers to download for their convenience.
|Business License Information|
General Information about obtaining a business license from the License Collector's Office for the City of St. Louis, and a list of business types used to identify your business.
Business assistance, financing, and regulatory requirements.
A list of business resources designed to help you start, relocate, or grow your business in the City of St. Louis.
Preparedness information for businesses
|Center for Emerging Technology|
Center for Emerging Technology supports technology driven economic development.
|Commercial and Industrial Waste|
Reduction, reuse, and recycling options for commercial and industrial waste.
|Communications and Marketing|
|Construction and Demolition Waste - Reuse and Recycle|
Reduction, reuse, and recycling options for construction and demolition waste.
Describes the comptroller's contract administration section functions and procedures
|Documentation Related to Procurement Services|
Documentation Related to Procurement Services
|Enhanced Enterprise Zone|
Both the City and State offer tax incentives to businesses investing within certain areas of the City called the Enhanced Enterprise Zone.
Businesses exempt from any municipal business license.
The Facade Program assists businesses and owners improve the appearance of their buildings.
|Fee Updates at the Office of the License Collector|
Important Fees Update in the Office of the License Collector effective January 1, 2010.
|Frequently Asked Questions|
License Collector - Frequently Asked Questions
|Grace Hill Women's Business Center|
Grace Hill Women's Business Center provides direct services to minority and women entrepreneurs.
|Graduated Business License Information and Fee Schedule|
St. Louis City Ordinance 60643 imposes a graduated business license tax “on all merchants, manufacturers, businesses, avocations, pursuits and callings that are not exempt from the payment of a license by law.
|Haulers and Processors of Standard Recyclables|
A list of businesses that haul and process standard recyclables (e.g., bottles, cans, paper, cardboard).
Helpful Information that a person can utilize in knowing if a ward has a drink license moratorium
|Historic Tax Credits|
The Missouri State and Federal Historic Tax Credit Programs provides an incentive for the redevelopment of commercial and residential historic structures.
|How to apply for a Liquor License in St Louis City|
Requirements needed to apply for a Liquor License in St Louis City
|Instructions to Bidders|
Special instructions for bidders based on the type of bid.
|Justine Petersen Housing and Reinvestment Corporation|
Find a description of programs, services and contact information for Justine Petersen Housing and Reinvestment Corporation.
|LDC Commercial Loan|
The St. Louis Local Development Co. (LDC) has the ability to provide direct, low interest, subordinated loans for working capital, equipment purchase, land and building acquisition, and construction or leasehold improvements.
|Minority Business Development|
SLDC works to promote business opportunities and capabilities of minority (MBE) and woman (WBE) owned enterprises, and works to eliminate barriers for equal economic opportunity for MBEs and WBEs in the marketplace.
|Missouri Linked Deposit Program|
Missouri Linked Deposit Program is a state administered program that invests in approved banks that ultimately result in reduced interest passed on to Missouri small businesses.
|Missouri Quality Jobs|
Missouri Department of Economic Development-administered tax incentive program targeted towards technology, small business, and high impact businesses. Certain industries are excluded.
|Missouri Small Business Development Center|
Missouri Small Business Development Center delivers up-to-date counseling, training and technical assistance in all aspects of small business management.
|Municipal River Terminal|
The St. Louis Municipal Docks are owned by the Port Authority of the City of St. Louis.
|Neighborhood Commercial District Improvement Program|
Neighborhood Commercial District Improvement Program (NCDI) works with business associations, individual businesses serving neighborhoods and city departments to stabilize and revitalize St. Louis' Commercial Districts and better assist small businesses serving neighborhood needs.
|North Riverfront Commerce Corridor|
A comprehensive study of the North Riverfront Commerce Corridor.
SLATE on the job training
|Ordinance 69332 - Secondhand Dealers / Resale|
Ordinance 69332 - Secondhand Dealers / Resale
Rebuilding Communities Tax Act provides State tax incentives for eligible businesses which relocate or invest in a designated 'Rebuilding Community.' The entire City of St. Louis is eligible for this program.
|Resources for Missouri, Inc.|
Resources for Missouri, Inc. is an intermediary lender for the SBA's Micro Loan Program available to entrepreneurs operating existing or start-up businesses that have not been able to obtain traditional financing.
|Retail Development Assistance|
Retail Development Assistance promotes neighborhood retail development by helping retailers and developers serve a community's needs.
|Revolving Loan Fund|
Direct, low interest subordinated loans for working capital, machinery and equipment, purchasing land and buildings, renovation and construction of facilities and leasehold improvements.
|SBA 504 Loan Program|
SBA 504 loans are geared toward healthy, expanding for-profit businesses seeking long term, low down-payment financing for major fixed assets. It cannot be used for working capital or inventory.
|SBA 7(a) Loan Guaranty Program|
SBA 7(a) Loan Guaranty Program enables lenders to provide financing to small businesses when funding is otherwise unavailable on reasonable terms.
Site Selection assists businesses in selecting office and industrial buildings and vacant land sites within the City of St. Louis.
|Small Loan Advantage Initiative|
SBA's Small Loan Advantage Initiative (SLA) lending is available to entrepreneurs that meet the normal requirements for an SBA business loan guaranty and have an average, or better, credit score and financing needs of $350,000, or less. Most commercial banks are able to make SBA-guaranteed loans, including the SLA and Standard 7(a) Loan Program and International Trade Loan. Contact a commercial loan officer at the bank of your choice for more information or call the SBA's St. Louis District Office at 314-539-6600 and ask for a lender relations specialist for more information.
|St. Louis Business Development Fund|
The St. Louis Business Development Fund is a risk lending pool for projects considered too risky for conventional financing. There is no company size or industry limit.
|St. Louis Enterprise Centers-Midtown|
St. Louis Enterprise Centers-Midtown is an affordable incubation center for local entrepreneurs.
|Tax Exempt Revenue Bond Financing|
Brief description and contact information for Tax Exempt Revenue Bond Financing.
|Technology Vendor Information|
Technology Vendor Information
|Telecom and Right-of-way Regulations|
Regulations governing telecommunications company’s use of the City of St. Louis right of way can be found in one of two city ordinances.
|Urban Enterprise Loan|
Brief description and contact information for Urban Enterprise Loan
|What a licensee shall or shall not allow on their licensed premise.|
What a licensee shall or shall not allow on their licensed premise.