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Neighborhood Safety Workshop – Conducted by the SLMPD

Saturday, March 11, 2017 – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Bishop DuBourg High School Cafeteria (5850 Eichelberger Ave)

Are you concerned about the number of break-ins?
What is Citizen’s Patrol? How do we handle social media?

The St. Louis Hills, Lindenwood Park, Princeton Heights, and Southampton Neighborhood Associations invite you to a community Safety Workshop

“Conducted by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department”

Topics to include:

• Citizens Patrol Training – with Sergeant Justin Johnson
• Q & A Session with Captain Michael A. Deeba, Sr. (bring your questions)
• Safety Product Information and Vendors will be available to view early, from 1:00 – 2:00.
• Basic home maintenance tips to make properties safer.

Click here for the full flyer!

St. Louis Hills is Christmas Town!

Visit St. Louis Hills this Christmas season, and see the many streets that have become
showcases for Christmas lights and cheer.

These include…

  • Candy Cane Lane — 6500 block of Murdoch
  • Angel Avenue — 4700 block of Prague
  • Snowflake Street — 6500 block of Neosho
  • Reindeer Road — 6700 block of Walsh
  • Wonderland Way — 6200 block of Walsh


SLHNA Block Captain Program and Neighborhood Safety Workshop

Block Captain Program

We are in the process of revitalizing the SLHNA Block Captain Program. To be a Block Captain, dues should be current. Dues not current? Click on the following link, If you are a past Block Captain, of if you desire to become a Block Captain, we need you! Thank you for your patience, while we quickly review names, numbers, and email addresses, updating our list, to send out to you.

Contact us Email:

Block Captain Co-Chairs:
Helen Abbott – Cell: 314.346.7676 or Nancy Vordtriede – Cell: 314-616-6468

Neighborhood Block Captains and Residents Working Together.

The Southampton Neighborhood Association (SOHA) in partnership with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, invites SLHNA to a Neighborhood Safety Workshop

Please join us and bring your neighbor for an important Block Captain Workshop in conjunction with Southampton and Princeton Heights Neighborhood Associations; Saturday, October 1st, 10:00 a.m., Our Lady of Sorrows (5020 Rhodes Ave), Gymnasium, for the Neighborhood Safety Workshop with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Click on the link to review the Safety Workshop Flyer.

Helen Abbott & Nancy Vordtriede
Block Captain Co-Chairs