Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
On Monday, October 9, Creve Coeur City Council approved a joint agreement with St. Louis County and the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (STLEDP) to create a master plan for Old Olive Street.
A major component of the 39 North Innovation District Master Plan is to transform Old Olive Street into a more vibrant, multi-faceted, pedestrian, bike and transit network. The corridor will serve as a critical link between the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to the east and the retail, restaurants and residential areas to the west.
The first step to transforming Old Olive Street from a highway to a local street is to obtain a detailed study of the road and to develop a master plan. Under the agreement, St. Louis County will contribute up to $450,000, Creve Coeur will contribute up to $50,000, and the STLEDP will manage and oversee the project.
The Old Olive Plan will provide a detailed road map for future infrastructure improvements along the corridor and will serve as the basis for future grant applications for construction. The STLEDP will provide opportunities for public input, and Creve Coeur residents are encouraged to participate.
For more information, contact Jason Jaggi, Director of Community Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 872-2504.