The Central West End Association

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Central West End Dog Park

Park Location: Lister Park, Located on Olive ( 1/2 block WEST of Taylor Ave)
Membership Requirements:
1) All dogs must be spayed/neutered.
2) Members must either live or work in the CWE.
Applications can be picked up at Coffee Cartel, Wolfgang’s Pet Stop, or at either dog park.

Membership to the park is only $45 ($35 for students) per year (and $15 for each additional dog)

Contact Info(for questions or applications):
Central West End Dog Park Association
4579 Laclede Avenue, #285
Saint Louis, MO 63108
CWEDogPark@juno.com

 

CWE COMMUNITY DIRECTORY

 

CWE NEIGHBORHOOD SECURITY INITIATIVE  

“The Neighborhood Security Initiative was created in 2007 to serve the community with a comprehensive plan for security in the Central West End. This program works closely with Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department, supplemental security companies, the Central West End residents and businesses to unify prevention efforts and respond more efficiently to crime as a community.” (from NSI website)

 

CWESCENE.COM
Sponsored by the CID (CWE Business Community Improvement District), this site celebrates the unique businesses and interesting happenings in the CWE.

 

FOREST PARK FOREVER

Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education Center
5595 Grand Drive in Forest Park
St. Louis, MO 63112
314-367-7622
www.forestparkforever.org

Nicki’s Central West End Guide

A great resource for all things CWE. Long-time CWE resident Nicki Dwyer shares her love of our vibrant, historic neighborhood in her beautiful and informative blog.

Park Central Development

17th Ward Saint Louis, MO
4512 Manchester Ave., Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63110
www.parkcentraldevelopment.org

The mission of Park Central Development is to promote quality residential and commercial development in the neighborhoods of the 17th Ward, implement infrastructure and beautification projects, plan for future development, improve security, market the area to new residents and visitors, and find funding sources for neighborhood improvement projects. Park Central Development is governed by a Board of Directors made up of residents and institutions from around the ward. Neighborhood committees help guide plans for development, infrastructure, security, marketing and social services.