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9-6-2016 Precautionary Boil Water Advisory

Created: Tuesday, 06 September 2016 Last Updated: Wednesday, 07 September 2016
Written by Justin Kolker

 EDIT - 9-7-16 -- The Boil Advisory has be Lifted 


St. Louis - Lifted Boil Advisory This is a message from Missouri American Water. We’re calling today, Wednesday, September 7, 2016 to let you know the precautionary boil water advisory issued yesterday, Tuesday September 6th, 2016 has been lifted. Our water quality tests confirm the water is safe for consumption. It is no longer necessary to boil your water. This information can also be found on our website at and our Facebook page. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

URL to Alert


EDIT - 9-7-16 -- The Boil Advisory remains in effect. Please continue to boil drinking water and check back for more updates. 


From Missouri American Water - There is a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory today in Bellerive. 


This is a message from Missouri American Water. We’re calling today, Tuesday, September 6, 2016 to let you know of a precautionary boil water advisory that affects your home or business. This advisory is being activated as a precaution after a power outage caused water system pressures to drop in your area. The boil water advisory affects the municipalities of Northwoods, Glen Echo Park, Beverly Hills, Vinita Park, Country Life Acres, Crystal Lake Park, Greendale, Breckenridge Hills, Norwood Court, Bellerive , Bel-Nor ,St. Ann, Edmundson, Clarkson Valley, Bel-Ridge, Chesterfield, Town & Country, Olivette, Frontenac, Woodson Terrace, Creve Coeur, Winchester, Pasadena Park, Pasadena Hills, Sycamore Hills, St. John, Charlack, Overland, Velda City, Normandy, Des Peres, Ballwin, Westwood and some portions of unincorporated St. Louis County. Please bring your water to a rolling boil for three minutes before using it for drinking or cooking. Tap water is okay for washing and bathing. The boil advisory will be in effect until tests confirm that the water is safe to drink. We will call you again when the boil water advisory has been lifted. For more information, please visit our website at or our Facebook page.




Second 2016 Newsletter Published

Created: Friday, 19 August 2016 Last Updated: Friday, 19 August 2016
Written by Justin Kolker

A large thank you to Nancy Hartman, the Bellerive Acres Newsletter editor, for compiling the articles for the second 2016 news letter. 


This issue contains:

Mayor Update

Bellerive Gate Committee feedback form

Webmaster minutes

BACA Updates

Vehicle Safety Tips

Bird Sanctuary Wildlife


Click here to download copy of the second 2016 Bellerive Acres newsletter!


2016 Street Closings

Created: Friday, 22 July 2016 Last Updated: Wednesday, 10 August 2016
Written by Justin Kolker

Update - August 10th 3:00 PM

Here at the end of day three, there has been incredible success. The streets have been covered and are in the process of drying. By tomorrow, all parking should be completely back to normal. 

Thank you to everyone for your patience through the process. The Board of Alderman would like to apologize for any inconvenience and are grateful that we have five more years before we have to do this again!


Update - August 9th 6:00 PM

Here at the end of day two the contractors have had success with paving the streets. However, due to the prospect of rain on Thursday, a co-decision was made between the City and the contractor to push ahead with the pavement and try and be done by end of business day.


Tonight - - Please Park on any completed street if the area in front of your house has not been completed yet. 


--City Alderman - Bill McCrary will be stopping by door to door today, and they will be trying to inform people as they come into the Acres about the change.

We apologize for inconvenience this may cause through the process. 

If you have questions or need help with access to/from your house during the work, please call Matt Lauer (314-954-4170), Mike Jones (314-496-7984) or Bill McCrary (314-685-9946)


August 8 through August 19th

Residents will lose access to their driveway for approximately 24 hours during street sealing

Bellerive Acres will be having the village streets sealed (similar to sealing an asphalt driveway) during the two weeks of August 8 during these two weeks. The sealing will be done in 4 - 6 separate work days. Workers will work as long as they can each day to minimize the number of days required, so all schedules below are approximate. Please watch for updates during the work.

- On the day of sealing in front of their residence, residents will not be able to drive on the street to allow the resurfacing material to set and dry. Each resident will not be able to use their driveway for approximately 24 hours during this process

- Each area to be sealed will be blocked off at approximately 6AM on the day of resurfacing and will be reopened at approximately 6 AM the next day

- Cars can be parked on the street outside of the sealing area on the day of sealing

- Emergency vehicles will have access to streets for emergencies

- Police patrols will be increased during the resurfacing days

- Tuesday trash service will be suspended during the resurfacing

- Any weather delays will push the schedule day to day

- Information during the resurfacing will be posted at the Flag Island and on including any information about weather delays


If you have questions or need help with access to/from your house during the work, please call Matt Lauer (314-954-4170), Mike Jones (314-496-7984) or Bill McCrary (314-685-9946)


Week 1 – August 8, 9, 10, 11

- Day 1 (Mon) – Entrance to small tree island. Only the East half of the street from the entrance to the flag island

- Day 2 (Tuesday) – small tree island to high 50s

- Day 3 (Wed) – High 50s to low 70s

- Day 4 (Thurs) – low 70s back to entrance


Week 2 – August 15, 16, 17, 18

- Used only if work cannot be completed Week 1


June 2016 Public Hearing

Created: Saturday, 11 June 2016 Last Updated: Saturday, 11 June 2016
Written by Justin Kolker

The City of Bellerive Acres will hold a public hearing to discuss the allocation of $20, 000 in Community Development Block Grant funds which will become available after January 1, 2017. The public hearing will be held at the City of Normandy at 7:00 pm on Thursday, June 23, 2016, 

at 7:00 p.m.


To further its commitment to fair and equitable treatment of all citizens, the City of Bellerive Acres of has enacted and/or enforces the following:


A Fair Housing Ordinance prohibiting unlawful discrimination against any person

because of race, sex, color, religion, disability, familial status or national origin;


A Policy of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in the admission or access to, or employment in, its federally assisted programs or activities;


A Policy of Equal Opportunity to Participate in Municipal Programs and Services

regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, familial status, national

origin, or political affiliation;


A requirement for bidding on CDBG activities that promotes employment

opportunities created by HUD funding and that these opportunities be afforded

low-income community residents and businesses.


If you would like information regarding the above policies or if you believe you have been

unlawfully discriminated against, contact the following municipal official or employee who has

been designated to coordinate compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements

referenced above.




314-385-3300 X 3011


If you are a person with a disability or have special needs in order to participate in this public

hearing, please contact no later than June 22, 2016.

For More Information Call:




VOICE         1-800-735-2466 RELAY MISSOURI VOICE

TDD            1-800-735-2966 RELAY MISSOURI TDD


Equal Opportunity Employer


May 2016 Newsletter Published

Created: Wednesday, 01 June 2016 Last Updated: Thursday, 02 June 2016
Written by Justin Kolker

A large thank you to Nancy Hartman, the Bellerive Acres Newsletter editor, for compiling the articles for the May 2016 news letter. 

Click here to download copy of the May 2016 Bellerive Acres newsletter!