The Committee enhances environmental protection, sustainability and prudent management of natural resources in Hazelwood. Members also advise the Council with respect to the development and support of ecologically sound and sustainable programs and practices within the municipal government, the Hazelwood community, and the metropolitan St. Louis Region..
Individuals interested in joining this board must be a resident of Hazelwood or be an owner/representative of a business located in the City. For more information, contact City Planner Darren May at email@example.com or (314) 513-5013.
2022 in Review
Volunteers contributed over 365 hours in recycling and conservation activities and over 220 hours in litter collection
Citywide collections by Republic:
Yard waste - 3,360 cubic yards
Trash - 6,077 tons
Recycling - 1,037 tons
28 litter collection events held:
2,500 pounds of trash collected
750 pounds of recyclables collected
Hot spot roadways include Moran Drive, Latty Avenue, N. Lindbergh Boulevard, Douglas W. Palmer Place, Pershall Road, Nyflot Avenue, Missouri Bottom Road, Town & Country Place and Dunn Road
Anti-litter and anti-dumping signs installed in several areas
Goals for 2023
Customizing a local litter control plan
Installing more anti-litter and anti-dumping signs