Building a More Resilient St. Louis

In December 2014 the City of St. Louis submitted its application and was chosen to be a part of 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation (100RC). 100RC is an initiative designed to help cities all around the world become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges that threaten the stability of their communities every day. 

With the assistance of 100RC, over the next year the newly formed Office of Resilience, housed within the Mayor’s Office, will create a citywide Resilience Strategy. The strategy will be the result of community based conversations, interviews with City officials, and data collected throughout the process. Once the strategy is complete, the Office of Resilience will coordinate its implementation with partnering City departments, community organizations, private sector partners, and the 100 Resilient Cities Network.

Your feedback is the first tool that the City’s Office of Resilience will use to better understand the current challenges and opportunities facing St. Louis from a community perspective. Community input is the most critical component of building a stronger, more equitable, and more resilient St. Louis.

Thank you for your leadership during this initial stage of the City’s resilience building process. This survey should not take more than 15 minutes to complete. Your contribution here will ensure we have the necessary data to build a more equitable and more resilient future for St. Louis.
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