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Jefferson County

Jefferson County Ordinances
Select ordinances are available online through the Jefferson County Clerk's website.

Jefferson County Assessment Database
- Data provided by the Jefferson County Assessor's Office
Look up ownership and assessment information for properties in Jefferson County.

Jefferson County List of Registered Sex Offenders
Pursuant to Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 589, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office maintains a list of sex offenders residing in Jefferson County who are required to register under Section 589.400 RsMo. A list of sex offenders is being offered on this web site as a public service to citizen's who may need this information for the protection and well-being of their families.

Jefferson County Communities
Includes links to the websites of Jefferson County municipalities, Chambers of Commerce and school districts.

Jefferson County Government
Official site for Jefferson County Government information.

Jefferson County Health Department
The Jefferson County Health Department's mission is to protect the health of the public by preventing the occurrence and spread of diseases and to promote healthy practices and lifestyles.  This site details the Health Department's wide variety of preventative health care services, screenings, and informational programs.

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St. Louis Region

Public Officials Directory: East-West Council of Governments
This bi-state reference guide contains contact information for key municipal and county elected officials and personnel for the eight counties in the St. Louis Metropolitan area. In addition you will find contact information for state elected officials, ambulance, fire, school districts and resource organizations relevant to those counties.

City of St. Louis, USA
Official website of the city of St. Louis, Missouri.

Gateway Vehicle Inspection Program
The new vehicle emissions testing program began Oct. 1. The state is licensing auto repair shops to conduct safety and emissions tests for the new Gateway Vehicle Inspection Program.

Vehicles 1995 and older will be exempt from the emissions testing process, however, a safety inspection will still be required. All 1996 and newer gas-powered vehicles and 1997 and newer diesel-powered vehicles 8,500 pounds or less gross vehicle weight rating registered in the St. Louis nonattainment area will be subject to an emissions test and safety inspection. The nonattainment area includes registered vehicles in St. Louis City, Franklin, Jefferson, St. Louis and St. Charles counties.

St. Louis County, Missouri
Official website of St. Louis County, Missouri.

St. Louis County List of Registered Sex Offenders
St. Louis County Police Registered Sex Offenders Public Listing

St. Charles County, Missouri
Official website for St. Charles County, Missouri.

East West Gateway Coordinating Council
The metropolitan planning organization and council of governments for the St. Louis region.

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State of Missouri

Missouri State Government Home Page - Show Me Missouri
The site for online access to state government services.

Missouri Adoption Photolisting
Photolisting of children waiting for an adoptive family through the Missouri Department of Social Services.

The Missouri Association of Counties
The Missouri Association of Counties (MAC) is a nonprofit corporation established to provide assistance to its member counties in matters pertaining to local, state, and federal government activities.  

Missouri Case.Net
Provides access to the Missouri State Courts Automated Case Management System. From here you are able to inquire on case records including docket entries, parties, judgments, and charges in public court. Only courts that have implemented the case management software as part of the Missouri Court Automation Project and only cases that have been deemed public under the Missouri Revised Statutes can be accessed through

Your Missouri Courts
Provides access to resources covering the judicial branch of the state of Missouri, including links to specific courts and court documents. 

Missouri Department of Revenue
Look here for Missouri licensing and tax information, including forms.

Missouri Digital News
Missouri Digital News (MDN) is a service of news, information, streaming audio and data on state government, politics and public policy in Missouri. MDN is produced by the State Government Reporting Program of the Missouri School of Journalism.

Missouri Highway Patrol Sex Offender Registry
The Revised Statutes of Missouri, Sections 589.400 to 589.425 and 43.650, RSMo., mandate that the Missouri State Highway Patrol shall maintain a sex offender database and a web site on the Internet that is accessible to the public. Additional information and verification can be obtained from the Chief Law Enforcement Official (Sheriff) of the county where the sex offender resides. The web site is intended to supplement and compliment the sex offender registries maintained by the various counties.

Missouri Municipal League
Established in 1934, this agency strives "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."  A highlight of the site is the Resource Guide for Missouri Municipalities listing available grants, loans, and assistance programs.

Missouri No-Call List
Information about the Missouri No-Call List and how to register your name on the list.

The Missouri State Archives
Created in 1965 as a division of the Office of the Secretary of State, the Missouri State Archives is the officially designated repository for all state records of permanent value. Its mission is to identify, collect, preserve, and make available to elected officials, state government, historians, students, genealogists, and the general public, the permanent and historically valuable records of Missouri's state and local governments.

Missouri State Parks & State Historic Sites
Coverage includes information on lodging, camping, accessibility, parks programs and more.

Prevailing Wage - Division of Labor Standards, Missouri Department of Labor & Industrial Relations
Missouri's Prevailing Wage Law establishes a minimum wage rate that must be paid to workers on public works construction projects in Missouri, such as bridges, roads and government buildings. The prevailing wage rate differs by county and for different types of work.  This site contains the forms and wage orders needed to correctly follow the prevailing wage regulations.

State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division
Check here to see if there is unclaimed property that belongs to you or your family.  The Office of State Treasurer administers the Unclaimed Property Division, the state’s largest lost and found. The state currently is holding more than $200 million in unclaimed assets.

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Federal Government

Federal Government Information
A gateway to government information, serving as the online locator service for a comprehensive inventory of information made available by the Federal Government. This site is managed by the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) as part of it's information management mandate.

Search more than 51 million web pages from federal and state governments, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories. Most of these pages are not available on commercial websites.

Federal Funds Express
Links to sources of information for researching grants, procurement and other funding resources on the Internet. Includes links to college scholarship information sources. : Your Benefits Connection
This site is a partnership of federal agencies to improve access to government assistance programs.  These programs include direct payment, loans, insurance, training and other services.  The online screening tool can be used to determine if you may be eligible for any government benefit programs.  The results list will include information about how to apply for specific programs that may be able to provide benefits to you.

Library of Congress
Provides access to a wide variety of cultural information covering the United States and the world.  The online catalog of materials held by the Library of Congress is searchable from this site.
This joint project of several government agencies explores one hundred milestone documents of American history.  Documents are available in their original form through scanned digital images. 

POTUS: Presidents of the United States
Includes background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included on this site.

Thomas - Legislative Information on the Internet
A project of the Library of Congress to make Federal legislative information freely available to the Internet public. This is the authoritative source for information pertaining to the United States Congress such as bill tracking and voting records.

U.S. Electoral College
This site includes a variety of information and statistics on presidential elections, past and present. Coverage includes electoral vote totals, popular vote totals and a directory of electoral college members.

U.S. House of Representatives
Includes legislative, schedule and contact information regarding the U.S. House of Representatives.

U.S. Senate
Includes legislative, schedule and contact information regarding the U.S. Senate.

The White House
Direct links to a wide variety of information on the Presidency and the Executive Branch.

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Statistical Information (Census)

Census 2000 Maps for Redrawn Missouri Legislative Districts
Shows Census 2000 maps and data for redrawn Missouri legislative districts after redistricting in 2001.

The gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Provides breakdown of census and other demographic data by public school district in Missouri. 

2007 Kids Count Data book
The Data Book reports on the needs and conditions of America’s most disadvantaged children and families, as well as on the statistical trends.

Missouri State Census Data Center
Census information from the 1980 census forward can be accessed for all levels of Missouri geography.  Population estimates and projections for the state are also available.  Webtools at the site include the MCDC-Mapper, which generates color maps based on demographic information from the census.  The maps break down to the block group level for both the 1990 and 2000 censuses.
Where stats on nations come alive— a massive central data source where you can graphically compare nations.

Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis - University of MO Outreach & Extension
Features Missouri demographics, education and health statistics.  OSEDA uses Regional Profiles as a format for presenting important and timely social, economic and demographic indicators pertaining to Missouri's counties and regions. Indicator data such as change in population, ages of the population, median family income, etc. are presented in table form.

Statistical Abstract for Missouri
The entire content of the 2003 edition of the Statistical Abstract for Missouri is available.  Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view the information as it is in .pdf format.  This publication is no longer available in print format.   

U.S. Census Bureau
The best place to start is the A-Z subject index to census resources.  The highlight of the site is American FactFinder that includes census data accessible via street address, reference and thematic census maps, and access to Census 2000 tables for various levels of geography.  By choosing “Access Tools” from the main Census Bureau page, you can access a wide variety of tools to aid in census research.

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Law (Codes, Statutes, etc.)

Representing Yourself in Missouri Courts: Access to Family Courts
This Web site is designed to provide information and resources for those involved in family law matters in the state of Missouri. The information, tools, and resources available through this site are not intended to take the place of legal advice and there is no guarantee that using the information and/or resources will get the results you want.  This site does include dissolution of marriage forms - it is unknown at this time if these forms are acceptable for use in Jefferson County.  

City of Arnold (MO) Code (& other Missouri municipalities)
Choose online codes from the Municode homepage to view the laws and regulations specific to Arnold, MO. Municode also includes the laws and regulations of many other political subdivisions nationwide.

Jefferson County Ordinances
Select ordinances are available online through the Jefferson County Clerk's website.

Code of Federal Regulations
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

Code of State Regulations (Missouri)
These are the administrative rules of Missouri. These rules involve powers of agencies in the executive branch of government, procedures they must follow, and the relations between citizens and such agencies.

Federal Register
The Federal Register is the official daily publication for Rules, Proposed Rules, and Notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as Executive Orders and other Presidential Documents.

Find a Lawyer
This is a free service from Martindale-Hubbell providing profiles of 440,000 attorneys and firms worldwide.

Historical Congressional Documents
Searches Early Congressional Documents [including Declaration of Independence], the Federalist Papers, the Constitution [including the Bill of Rights and Other Amendments].

How Laws are Made in Congress
Detailed information on the entire process of how laws are made in the United States Congress.

Legal Services of Missouri
Includes forms and other legal information, pamphlets and articles.  This includes forms approved by the Missouri Supreme Court and Missouri Office of State Courts Administrator.  The site also can help users find legal service organizations offering assistance throughout the state.  Information about county courthouses is also available.

Missouri Bar
Provides access to the barīs series of more than fifty public information topics covering everything from how to find a lawyer to family legal issues such as adoption, divorce, wills and probate. Also, users can search the Official Missouri Directory of Lawyers to find out if a particular lawyer is in good standing in Missouri.

Missouri Register
This is where proposed new regulations or changes to existing regulations governing Missouri administrative agencies are published.

Missouri Revised Statutes
The laws of Missouri in a database searchable by keyword and statute number.

St. Louis City Code
The Revised Code of the City of St. Louis is a compilation of ordinances which are generally enforceable throughout the city. Ordinances which are compiled in the Code are organized according to topic (i.e. Personnel, administration, Health and Hospitals, etc). Ordinances related to neighborhood redevelopment projects, traffic regulations and street closings do not appear in the Code.

Supreme Court Collection - Legal Information Institute at Cornell
Includes most recent cases along with archived decisions.

United States Code
Easy to use version of the U.S. Code generated from the most recent version made available by the U.S. House of Representatives. This site is a service of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University.

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Politics/Voter Information

Project Vote-Smart
Comprehensive source for information on candidates and issues presented by a bipartisan, not-for-profit national committee.

Federal Election Commission
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) administers and enforces the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) - the statute that governs the financing of federal elections.  This site covers information about campaigns, elections and voting.

The Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
The Center is an independent opinion research group that studies attitudes towards the press, politics and public policy issues.  The site includes the results of a wide range of public opinion surveys on various topics.

Political Information
A targeted, non-partisan search engine just for politics and policy.

U.S. Congress Votes Database
This site lets you browse every vote in the U.S. Congress since 1991.

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Tax Forms

Federal Tax Forms and Publications
Forms, instructions, publications, and related information for paying taxes to the United States government. Forms, publications and instructions from 1992 to the present are available in .pdf format.

Illinois Tax Forms
Forms, instructions and related information for paying taxes to the state of Illinois. Personal income tax forms from 1997 to the present are available in .pdf format.

Missouri Tax Forms
Forms, instructions and related information for paying taxes to the state of Missouri. Personal income tax forms from 1995 to the present are available in .pdf format.

St. Louis City Earnings Tax Forms
Forms, instructions and related information for payment and refund of the City of St. Louis earnings tax.

Tax Forms for Other States
Use the interactive map to jump to the state tax form site for any state.

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Other Government Information

Governing's GovLinks Internet Resources
Includes links to websites of interest to state and local governments.

National Association of Counties
Covers information about America's 3,066 counties and the challenges they face.  Includes "county finder" which gives access to lists of elected officials and demographic information for counties across the nation.

State Agency Databases Across the Fifty States
This project of a division of the American Library Association provides links to most publicly accessible state agencies

United Nations
Official website for the United Nations.

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