The next Southampton Neighborhood Association meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at the Southampton Church at Macklind and Nottingham. The agenda is still being set, but we hope to welcome representatives of the Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit of the State of Missouri to giver their perspective on the criminal justice system in St. Louis.
Meetings are held at the Southampton Church on Macklind and Nottingham. You can come and go as needed. It’s your chance to get up to date and give your feedback on neighborhood stuff!
The most recent public meeting for the Southampton Traffic Study was held on Wednesday, September 14, at Southampton Church. We have uploaded a power point of CBB’s presentation from the meeting. Polling on various options discussed was conducted at the meeting. An update will be provided when the next public meeting is scheduled.
The Southampton Neighborhood Association was recently featured on STL Live. STL Live is a daily program that serves as a platform for community organizations and businesses to promote their upcoming events or services as well as vital information on employment, health and social services.
Grab your neighborhood baked pastry and brewed coffee, then start shopping at the 10th Annual Southampton Neighborhood Association Progressive Yard Sale! This Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. there will be 35 sales. Just look for the sign and balloons at each address. Sales will be in the back of the homes. If you drive feel free to follow the numbers on the map for the best navigation through the one way streets.
Click below to view and print your map, plan your route and see a list of featured items!
Southampton Neighborhood Electronic Recycling Drive Saturday 9/17/16 from 9 am – 12 pm in the Hope Lutheran Church parking lot
(corner of Brannon and Itaska)
* Everyone is invited so please share with local businesses, family and friends. This is a rain or shine event. You literally drive up, drop off and drive away! Its really that easy. Think about all the items you have with a cord at your house that you are not using.
SpectrumEcycle processes most electronic and technology devices whether they are working or non-working. You can also bring us your old rechargeable batteries CDs, DVDs and VHS tapes for recycling.
Thanks to Artist Jeff Kapfer and his volunteers, as well as Chloe Hollett, Josh Dixon, Home Depot, Macklind Avenue Deli, Pat Theodore and Southside Hardware for helping make this Southampton Neighborhood mural project possible.