Spanish Lake Youth Football Registration - Prime Time Panthers
Registration for Spanish Lake youth football with the Prime Time Panthers is underway!
Youth ages 6-11 of all weights and sizes can join the Prime Time Panthers by calling Coach Tony at (314) 324-521.
The regular registration rate fee of $150 is extended through August 20th. Reach out to Coach Tony for more details and information.
Seeds of Hope Farm 2016 "Family Fun on the Farm" - Saturday, July 30th, 2016
This free event will feature fun farm crafts, games, a petting zoo and exotic animals, prizes, face painting, farm tours, healthy food demos, affordable healthcare information, and a stand featuring the St. Louis Public Library.
Please note: People of all ages are welcome to this FREE farm event, but all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Click here to see the event flyer!
Young Spanish Lake Soccer Player Looking For Support to join FC Barcelona USA All-Star Soccer Team in Barcelona, Spain
Edward Carter (EJ) recently attended the Official FC Barcelona Soccer Camp in St. Louis on July 5 – 9 at the SLYSA Soccer Complex.
Over 2,500 youth soccer players were evaluated at nine camps in the USA. EJ was selected to attend the FC Barcelona All-Star Clinic at FC Barcelona’s Headquarters in Barcelona, Spain.
There, EJ will represent the FC Barcelona US All Star Team. This clinic includes a full agenda of unique and valuable soccer and cultural activities.
In addition to training, EJ will help represent the US in a tournament against the top youth soccer clubs in Spain.
For more information on EJ’s soccer playing skills and upcoming experience, and to help fund his trip visit EJ’s personal GoFundMe page: www.gofundme.com/2edvnub8
NCI Introduces New Marketing Brochure to Explore North St. Louis County
This brochure proudly markets a comprehensive online free resource to find out about where to go and what to do in North County, and is available electronically (click here to view), or in a printed hard copy.
North County residents will get one more chance to provide their thoughts on improving the I-270 corridor between the Chain of Rocks Bridge and I-70.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will be seeking input from North County residents, commuters and businesses to finalize the I-270 North Environmental Assessment Study by the end of this year. The study began in 2013 but was put on hold in early 2015 due to limited funding.
“Because of last year’s increase in Missouri’s major sources of transportation revenue such as motor vehicle sales tax, driver license/registration fees and gas tax, we are able to resume this study. However, these increased revenues are not sustainable long-term. They simply help us maintain our existing system, and finish planning studies such as this one,” said North County Area Engineer Lisa Kuntz.
The I-270 North Environmental Assessment identifies potential improvements for addressing safety, mobility, congestion, and aging infrastructure along the 15-mile corridor. In addition, it analyzes social, economic and environmental impacts to the community. Under federal government guidelines, such impacts have to be considered early so they can be avoided and/or minimized.
I-270 is a vital commuter and commercial corridor that connects five interstates. The study area includes 16 interchanges and the municipalities of Bridgeton, Hazelwood, Florissant, Calverton Park, Ferguson, Dellwood, Bellefontaine Neighbors and the City of St. Louis.
The I-270 North Environmental Assessment is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016. At this time, MoDOT has identified partial funding for the I-270 North Corridor in its 2017-2021 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. This partial funding can be used for design, right-of-way, or construction.
To provide comments, or for more information about the I-270 North Environmental Assessment, visit www.modot.gov/stlouis/I-270North.htm