Welcome to September in Dutchtown! We already have a packed calendar, but make sure to check our calendar, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up to date on the latest news and events as we are always adding stuff to do.
Last time we showed you some homes for sale in Dutchtown, we looked at the cozier offerings on the market. This time we’re going big! If you need a lot of space — whether it’s extra bedrooms for the kids or just room to stretch out — Dutchtown has you covered. Below are just a few examples.
Better late than never: here’s your August happenings in Dutchtown! Don’t forget to check our calendar, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for all of the latest news and events.
Welcome to July in Dutchtown! It’s hot. Luckily most of the events on our list this month are air conditioned! Check our calendar, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for all the latest events.
In 2016, the St. Louis Board of Alderman passed Ordinance 70333, creating a traffic calming policy in the City of St. Louis. This ordinance authorizes the Streets Department to use tools like speed humps to reduce speeding and reckless driving in our neighborhoods.
Start the month of June with STL Open Streets, the Blessing of the Bikes, and the Dutchtown Bike Tour all happening on Saturday, June 2nd. Free summer camps at Thomas Dunn Learning Center kick off this in June as well. A multi-ward election candidate forum, neighborhood meetings, and plenty of other opportunities to engage with your neighborhood round out a busy June calendar, certainly with more to come. Check our calendar, sign up for our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for all the latest events.
It was a long time coming. This week last year, residents and business owners of Dutchtown got together at City Hall to attend a public hearing to show support for the establishment of a Community Improvement District.
May is Preservation Month, when we celebrate places that matter to us and what makes them meaningful. Particular attention is paid to preservation of historic architecture, an ongoing endeavor throughout St. Louis and specifically in Dutchtown. Whether you’re just patching the roof of your old two-family, keeping your bungalow looking tidy, or gut-rehabbing a massive old building, your neighbors appreciate your commitment to preserving the built environment that makes Dutchtown special.