Monthly Archives: June 2019

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28 06, 2019

Enforcement of Property Maintenance Codes

2019-06-28T14:15:36-06:00 June 28th, 2019|Latest News|

City staff will be actively enforcing property maintenance codes for the general upkeep of structures as well as for common seasonal violations, such as tall grass and weeds, unpermitted construction, standing water, trash and debris, and derelict vehicles. Tall grass and weeds and standing water are particularly important problems to address through the summer, because they attract mosquitoes and other pests.

To Report a Code Violation, please call 636-282-6625 or visit the City’s website and click the “Report a Code Violation” button at the top of the home page.

For any life-safety emergency or imminent threat, call 911 for Police, Fire, or Emergency Medical Service.

20 06, 2019

Fireworks Sales Regulations Amendment

2019-07-03T17:42:07-06:00 June 20th, 2019|Latest News|

As a reminder to City of Arnold residents, businesses, and visitors, on October 18, 2018 the City of Arnold amended Chapter 215 Article XIV Section 215.2240 of the City Code of Arnold, Missouri, to the following:

“No Person shall offer fireworks for sale in the City to individuals at retail before the 20th day of June and after the 10th day of July and before the 20th of December and after the 2nd day of January of the next year. No fireworks shall be offered for sale at retail on permitted days except between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 P.M. provided that on the 1st of July through the 3rd of July fireworks may be sold between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 12:00 A.M.”

Please be safe and enjoy our Independence Day holiday!

 

11 06, 2019

June 11 River Level Update

2019-06-11T13:21:38-06:00 June 11th, 2019|Latest News|

June 11, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management. As of 11:00 am today, the Meramec River is at 41.9 feet and slowly falling. Wednesday appears to be the only day that has a forecast for any rain.

The river appears as if it will fall slowly and will be above flood stage for a few weeks. Please be careful near the flooded roads, do not drive through the flooded roads: Turn around, don’t drown. See additional information about floodwater dangers.

Several residences in the City of Arnold were affected by floodwaters. If your residence was one of them and you need a cleanup kit, call 636-282-6626, the desk of Detective Omar Ruiz. He will arrange with you to pick up a kit. The kits are free.

Click here to get information for re-entering and cleaning your residence if you had water in your residence.

We will be updating information as needed, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

Arnold Flood Response
10 06, 2019

June 10 River Level Update

2019-06-10T16:06:52-06:00 June 10th, 2019|Latest News|

Latest Flooding UpdateJune 10, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management. As of 2:00 pm today, the Meramec River is at 42.18 feet and slowly falling. As of this time, Wednesday is the only day that has a forecast for any rain.

The river appears as if it will fall slowly and will be above flood stage for a few weeks. Please be careful near the flooded roads, do not drive through the flooded roads: Turn around, don’t drown.

Several residences in the City of Arnold were affected by floodwaters. If your residence was one of them and you need a cleanup kit, call 636-282-6626, the desk of Detective Omar Ruiz. He will arrange with you to pick up a kit. The kits are free.

We will be updating information as needed, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

7 06, 2019

June 7 River/Weather Update

2019-06-07T14:11:52-06:00 June 7th, 2019|Latest News|

Road FloodedJune 7, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management – As of 1:00 pm today, the Meramec River is at 41.94 ft and supposed to crest Sunday at 42.5 ft. The Mississippi River is expected to crest at 45.9 ft.

The Emergency Operations Center is closed. Please call 636-296-3204 for any requests for sand, bags, or plastic. The items will be delivered as soon as possible, or if Public Works is closed for the day, the items will be delivered the following morning.

The river appears as if it will fall slowly and will be above flood stage for a few weeks. Please be careful near the flooded roads, do not drive through the flooded roads: Turn around, don’t drown.

We will be updating information as needed, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

NWS Situation Report 6-7-19

6 06, 2019

June 6 River Update

2019-06-06T18:14:46-06:00 June 6th, 2019|Latest News|

Arnold Flood ResponseJune 6, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management – As of 3:00 pm today, the Meramec River is at 41.53 feet and supposed to crest Saturday at 41.9 feet. The Mississippi River is to crest at 45.8 feet.

As of 5:00 pm today, the Emergency Operations Center will be closed. Please call 636-296-3204 for any requests for sand, bags or plastic. The items will be delivered as soon as possible, or if Public Works is closed for the day the items will be delivered the following morning.

The river appears as if it will fall slowly and will be above flood stage for a few weeks. Please be careful near the flooded roads, do not drive through the flooded roads: Turn around, don’t drown.

We will be updating information as needed, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

5 06, 2019

June 5 River Update

2019-06-05T17:00:38-06:00 June 5th, 2019|Latest News|

City of Arnold MO Emergency Operations CenterJune 5, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management. As of 2:00 pm today, the Meramec River is at 41.27 feet and is supposed to crest late Thursday or Friday morning at 41.7 feet. The Mississippi is to crest at 45.3 feet.

If your residence is in danger of the floodwater, please call the Emergency Operations Center at 636-282-6678 and we will evaluate as to the emergency need(s) you are requesting. The hours of operation for the Emergency Operations Center are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm through next Tuesday. After hours, call 636-296-3204. Requests will be filled the following day, unless there is an emergency.

We will be updating information every day so please view the City of Arnold’s website at Arnoldmo.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

For the latest information from the National Weather Service about the weather, see the June 5, 2019 Situation Report.

 

4 06, 2019

June 4 River Update

2019-06-04T18:11:47-06:00 June 4th, 2019|Latest News|

City of Arnold MO Emergency Operations CenterJune 4, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management – As of 5:00 pm today, the Meramec River was at 41.14 feet and is expected to go to a level of 42 feet by Thursday, June 6. The Mississippi River is expected to go to 46 feet.

If your residence is in danger of the floodwater, please call the Emergency Operations Center at 636-282-6678 and we will evaluate as to the emergency need(s) you are requesting.

The hours of operation for the Emergency Operation Center are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm through Thursday. After hours, 636-296-3204. Requests will be filled the following day, unless there is an emergency.

The weather for the week shows rain as of this time. Stay aware of the weather.

We will be updating information every day, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account @City of Arnold.

The following roads in the City of Arnold are closed:

  • Tenbrook Road at the railroad overpass
  • South side of Pleasant Valley Terrace
  • Convair Drive
2 06, 2019

June 2 River Update

2019-06-02T19:44:39-06:00 June 2nd, 2019|Latest News|

City of Arnold MO Emergency Operations CenterJune 2, 2019 – From the City of Arnold Office of Emergency Management – As of 2:00 pm today, the Meramec River was at 40.06 feet and is expected to go to a level of 41.5 feet by next Wednesday, June 5, to Thursday, June 6. The Mississippi River is expected to go to 46 feet.

Our neighbors to the North of us in St. Charles and Lincoln County are not faring as well as we are here. Please keep them in your thoughts. We hope there are not any
injuries or significant damages in their areas.

If your residence is in danger of the floodwater, please call the Emergency Operations Center at 636-282-6678, and we will evaluate as to the emergency need(s) you are
requesting.

The hours of operation for the Emergency Operations Center are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm through next Thursday. After hours, call 636-296-3204. Requests will be
filled the following day, unless there is an emergency.

The weather for the week shows no significant rain as of this time. Stay aware of the weather.

We will be updating information every day, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account at
#City of Arnold.

1 06, 2019

River Crest Update

2019-06-01T21:15:59-06:00 June 1st, 2019|Latest News|

City of Arnold MO Emergency Operations CenterJune 1, 2019 – From the City of Arnold, Missouri, Office of Emergency Management. As of 2:00 pm today, the Meramec River was at 39.5 feet and is expected to go to a level of 41.5 feet by next Wednesday, June 5 to Thursday, June 6. The Mississippi River is expected to go to 46 feet.

If your residence is in danger of the floodwater, please call the Emergency Operations Center at 636-282-6678 and we will evaluate as to the emergency need(s) you are requesting. The hours of operation for the Emergency Operations Center are from 8AM to 5PM through next Thursday. After hours, please call 636-296-3204. Requests will be filled the following day, unless there is an emergency.

We will be updating information every day, so please view the City of Arnold’s website at ArnoldMO.org, like us on our Facebook page, or our Twitter account at #City of Arnold.

Also please see the STL Situation Report 6-1-19 from the National Weather Service regarding this evening’s weather report.