Resident Resources 

COVID-19 Related Resources

CLICK HERE for mental health, food assistance and rental assistance resources.

The City of Maplewood receives Block Grant Funds specifically for residents. These funds can be used for rental/mortgage assistance, utility assistance and home improvements. When funds become available the City will promote the programs through social media, email blasts and the Maple Leaf Newsletter. Be sure to stay connected by following us on Facebook @cityofmaplewood and sign up to receive email notifications at www.cityofmaplewood.com. Residents may also call City Hall at 
314-645-3600 to inquire about available assistance. 

Rental Assistance

Are you in need of rental assistance? If so, there could be some funds available for you through the City of Maplewood. These funds could provide up to 3 months worth of assistance. Please call The Housing Partnership at 314-631-9905 to learn more and see if you qualify.

Contact Local Utility Companies
The City of Maplewood, like all residents and businesses, is a customer of the major utility companies. Here is the 
contact information for the major utility companies serving Maplewood:


Find Your Elected Officials

Elected Officials
Visit the Maplewood City Map Page for City Maps, including the Ward Map


New Resident Packet
Click here to view the New Resident Packet. 

Resident Forms
If you don't have time to stop by City Hall to fill out a form, we have some online options for you. Fill out an online form and pay online: Visit ouE-Commerce - Forms & Online Payment Center.


St. Louis County Department of Human Services
St. Louis County Department of Human Services provides support, services, and resources that help individuals of all ages live safely, productively, and independently.  Click here to learn more about programs and services.


St. Louis County Homeless Programs
Residents who are homeless or experiencing a housing crisis click here for resources. 


St. Louis County Older Residents Program
The County Older Residents Programs (CORP) provides a variety of services to St. Louis County residents age 60 and over.  Click here to read more about the program.


Additional Resources