About St. Louis
St. Louis is an independent city on the eastern border of Missouri, United States.
The economy of St. Louis relies on service, manufacturing, trade, transportation of goods, and tourism. The city is home to several corporations.
The rivers of St. Louis play a large role in moving goods, especially bulk commodities such as grain, coal, salt, and certain chemicals and petroleum products. The Port of St. Louis in 2004 was the third-largest inland port by tonnage in the country, and the 21st-largest of any sort.
St. Louis lies in the transitional zone between the humid continental climate type and the humid subtropical climate type.
St. Louis is a major center of Roman Catholicism in the United States. St. Louis also boasts the largest Ethical Culture Society in the United States. Several places of worship in the city also are noteworthy.
Parking in St. Louis
Parking meters are available on the streets and generally have a two-hour time limit that is strictly enforced. Parking at most meters in the City of St. Louis is free after 7 p.m., Monday – Saturday, and all day on Sunday.
Abundant parking is available in high-rise garages and on surface lots throughout downtown.
The City of St. Louis offers several garages and a surface lot for parking in the Downtown and Midtown areas. Standard rates are shown; however, event parking rates vary greatly. Hourly rates are for the first hour of parking only: rates for additional hours vary.
Please contact the Parking Violations Bureau with questions concerning Parking Tickets issued by the City of Saint Louis.
Information on ticket status, tow status, and contesting a ticket is available from Customer Service Representatives at 314-450-2830 or 1(800) 611-3009 (7:30 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday).