The St. Louis Equitable Economic Development Strategy is a Citywide framework for equitable growth and prosperity for the City of St. Louis.


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Here is the draft St. Louis Equitable Economic Development Strategy Framework for public review. The St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) is taking public comments until August 28, 2020. The Equitable Economic Development Strategic Framework sets forth a vision to create collaborative opportunities for development and investment that benefit all the City’s people and neighborhoods. It consists of 56 strategies grouped according to people (Opportunity to Thrive), jobs (Clusters) and neighborhoods and corridors (Places). The Framework is also supported by 10 overarching goals, 12 Guiding Principles developed with the Advisory Committee and action steps that will help guide the Framework’s collaborative roles and responsibilities. Finally, the Framework has a set of metrics to help evaluate our progress.

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July 2019 Open House Presentation

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We need all voices to shape this Strategy.

Community feedback and involvement is vitally important to the formation, implementation and accountability of the St. Louis Economic Development Strategy for the City of St. Louis.

The ultimate success of the Strategy will hinge upon the support of key partners who regularly work to make the City of St. Louis a better place.

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