Earlier today, we learned that the St. Louis Fire Department talked about the importance of un-attended space heaters, on social media related to a previous City fire(s). This is a regional (MO/IL) problem. Heatupstlouis.org is opposed to the use of space heaters, as a primary heating source, let alone leaving them unattended. Wintertime has the highest incidents of fires in the U.S. in part due to unsafe methods of trying to stay warm each winter. We want area needy households, seniors and the disabled to obtain utility assistance help, to get reconnected ASAP to their primary, proven, and safe home heating source. The public can contact us at Heatupstlouis.org, through their cell or telephone lines.
The National Weather Service in St. Louis has issued and Excessive Heat Warning for the City of St. Louis. The Warning will be in effect from 1pm Wednesday, July 17 through 8 pm Sunday, July 21. The Excessive Heat Watch is no longer in effect. Heat index values are expected to reach as high as […]
First Annual Summer Utility Forum to Help St. Charles County Clients with Ameren Missouri Utility Bills, Up to $350
Cool Down St. Louis, the Missouri Public Service Commission and Ameren Missouri, in partnership with the Community Council of St. Charles County, will hold their first Summer Utility Forum on July 26, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Community Commons at the Spencer Road Library on 427 Spencer Road in St. Peters, Missouri […]
Summer is Coming: Ameren Missouri Donates 600 Air Conditioners and LED Light Bulbs to Cooldownstlouis.org and Cooldownmissouri.org, to Support the 19th Annual ‘Save Our Seniors’ Cooling Summer Project
ST. LOUIS (May 29, 2019) – Every summer, some in the community struggle to stay cool as temperatures rise, especially seniors, the physically disabled and low-income families. That’s why Ameren Missouri is once again partnering with Cooldownstlouis.org and Cooldownmissouri.org, a bi-state not-for-profit public education and resource charity, to help its most vulnerable customers beat the […]