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- Missouri State Government Home Page
Information on legislation, constituent services, staff, and the Governor's mansion.
- Office of the Secretary of State
Functions of the office are divided into six areas: Elections, Securities, Business Services, State Library, Records Services, and Administrative Services.
- Missouri Census Data Center
Detailed census information for Missouri. Includes many interactive Internet tools, downloadable software, and direct file access tools.
- Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA)
Regional profiles, economic indicators, health related data files, education & employment statistics for Missouri.
- Mid-Continent Mapping Center
MCMC is a production, research, and data management facility for maps and digital cartographic data products.
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Local Resources (St. Louis Area)
- Saint Louis City Census Tract/Neighborhood Map
Confused about which Census Tract corresponds to which St. Louis City neighborhood? This map will help to clarify the boundaries and overlap of these disparate geographical areas. The map was produced at the Stump GIS Lab located in the Center for Environmental Sciences [ gis.slu.edu ].
- City of St. Louis (Community Information Network)
Official website for the city. Lots of information about the local government, the city's development & history, and upcoming events.
- St. Louis County
Official website for St. Louis county. News, events, services, etc.
- East-West Gateway Council of Governments
The metropolitan planning organization and council of governments for the St. Louis region. It was created "to provide a forum for cooperative problem-solving and the coordinated development of regional policy."
- Community Development Administration
Information about St. Louis City neighborhoods, housing values, home buying resources, relocation, and financing information.
- Missouri Municipal League
Organized in 1934, the aim of the Missouri Municipal League is "to develop an agency for the cooperation of Missouri cities, towns and villages and to promote the interest, welfare and closer relations among them in order to improve municipal government and administration in the state."
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Other State Resources
- Business Filings Databases annotated links to business filings by state.
- Council of State Governments provides many useful resources, including a directory of state government officials, recent state election results, the text of model state legislation, a legislative discussion forum, issue updates, the text of "State of the State" addresses and links to state government Internet sites.
- Federal Voting Assistance Program - Election Results by State links Secretaries of State and/or state Divisions of Elections nationwide. In those cases where on-line election results are not available, a link to the appropriate State office has been established. Provided by the Federal Voting Assistance Program.
- Flags - A Guide to American Flags
- Municipal Codes
- National Conference of State Legislatures provides information on elections nationwide, composition of House and Senate by state, legislative control of both houses by state, and surveys of various issues by state including term limits, adolescent health, education, energy and fiscal policy.
- National Governors Association provides a number of online publications on topics such as education, economic stimulus, Medicare, and other topics. In addition, it provides policy positions on federal initiatives and legislation.
- Population Reference Bureau - Data (Statistics) Web Sites for the 50 States
- Public Records a guide to reference materials and Internet sites from the University of Colorado at Boulder University Libraries.
- State and Local Documents Task Force Information links to state and local government websites.
- State Legislatures, State Laws, and State Regulations: Links and Telephone Numbers Compiled by the Law Librarians Society of Washington, D. C.
- Stateline.org "provides a set of tools to help journalists, policy makers and ordinary citizens stay abreast of important developments in the 50 state capitols, where much of the policy that governs our lives is debated and enacted." Includes statistical data and current news on state government.
- State List: Electronic Source for State Publication Lists "a joint project of the Documents and Law Libraries at the University of Illinois."
- Stately Knowledge basic facts about all 50 states and Washington, D. C. from the Internet Public Library (IPL).
- State Profiles from NASCIO (National Association of State Chief Information Officers) provides links to websites of all 50 states by department or function.
- WWW Virtual Law Library links to information from other states from Indiana School of Law--Bloomington.
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