Starting January 1st, anytime a structure changes occupancy the owner/authorized representative will be required to apply for an occupancy inspection. The Occupancy fee for the City of De Soto is $30, this fee includes up to three inspections, thereafter a fee of $30 will be charged for each additional inspection to be paid prior to the time of re-inspection.
Additional information will be available soon concerning the processes and forms that will be required.
The Kennel facility for the City of De Soto, Missouri now has a number available to reach the Kennel Office directly. Dial 636.243.2300 to contact.
For your convenience there is a link to search online court records at the top of the Municipal Courts page. Or click HERE to go directly to search page.
The location for the De Soto City Council meeting this evening has been changed to:
Vineland Elementary Gymnasium
Doors Open: 5:30 PM
Meeting starts: 6:30 PM
Below you will find the most recent 2018-2019 Annual Budget for the City of De Soto.
Its that time of year again where we must rally around a great cause. De Soto Goes Pink is an organization which provides financial assistance to those who need it most and are effected by Cancer. De Soto goes pink provides gas for individuals to get back and forth, food, co-pay support and much much more for those in our community who are fighting their battle with cancer.
This years Cancer Walk will be held on October 14, 2017 and they are in need of sponsors and walkers. Please take a moment to check them out on Facebook and help any way you can because as a community we CAN make a difference. Click the image below to visit the De Soto Goes Pink Facebook Page.
Due to the recent change in river level projections and the 2” to 3” rain in the forecast for Wednesday, we are expecting I-55 be underwater after midnight tonight and may be this way for a day or two. We will continue to monitor Jeffco Blvd and Telegraph over the next couple days as well.
More Rainfall expected to Close More St. Louis Area Roads:
I-55, Telegraph and Lemay at Meramec River Expected to Close Overnight
- ST.LOUIS – Flood water from area rivers continue to rise and cause more road and highway closures around St. Louis this week. The expected closure that will most impact drivers connects St. Louis County to Jefferson County:
- I-55 , Route 61/67/Lemay Ferry and Route 231/Telegraph at the Meramec, between St. Louis and Jefferson Counties are expected to close overnight. I-55 is expected to be underwater after midnight.
- Late Monday night, I-44 closed in St. Louis County.
Interstate 44 between I-270 in St. Louis County and Route 100/Gray Summit in Franklin County is closed. It closed earlier than expected due to the Meramec River rising faster than earlier predictions.
- Westbound I-44 is closed at I-270 while eastbound I-44 is closed at Route 100/Gray Summit. Local traffic only will be allowed westbound to Bowles and eastbound to Pacific, Eureka and Route 109. Interstate traffic cannot get through this area.
Route 100 between Gray Summit and I-270 will be the alternate route for I-44 travelers.
- Route 30 at Meramec River at St. Clair near I-44 in Franklin County is open. It could relieve for eastbound I-44/ Rte. 100 traffic.
- Route 109 (St. Louis County) from Eureka High School to Route W/FF
- Route 30/Gravois (St. Louis County) at Meramec River closed early this morning.
- Route 21/Tesson Ferry (St. Louis County) at Meramec River expected to close today or tonight
Rte. 141 @ Romaine Creek
Other local closures:
- Route 67 is reduced to one lane with traffic from Alton, IL into Missouri between the Mississippi River and Missouri River
- Route 141 at I-44 in St. Louis County is closed and will remain closed most of the week
- Heavy rains over the weekend still have more than 300 roads across the state.
- Currently Interstate 44 is closed between Rolla and Lebanon and is not expected to reopen until mid to late week. Cross state travelers should avoid using I-44 due to the closures in St. Louis and between Rolla and Lebanon. Please use Interstate 70 between St. Louis and Kansas City and then use Interstate 435 to Interstate 49 to Joplin to reconnect to Interstate 44.
- Most of the major routes are not expected to reopen until late in the week due to rising waters on the major rivers.
- When the water recedes, MoDOT will inspect the pavement and bridges for safety before opening the roadways for public use.
Missourians should take these precautions in areas affected by flooding. Never drive past a barricade closing flooded roads. They are there to protect you. Don’t drive through water. Turn around, don’t drown.
Check MoDOT’s Traveler Information Map to stay current on all flooding closures at http://traveler.modot.org/map/. You can also call 1-888-ASK-MoDOT (275-6636) for up-to-date information.