Helpful Links & Resources
- March 17, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-123 An Order of Declaring A State of Emergency in Franklin County, Missouri
- March 17, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-124 In the Matter of Adopting Limits on Places of Public Accommodation
- March 19, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-126 In the Matter of Adopting Limits on Public Gatherings
- March 19, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-127 In the Matter of Closing to Public Access all Franklin County Buildings for a Fourteen Day Period
- March 23, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-128 In the Matter of Adopting Limits on Places of Public Accommodation
- March 23, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-129 In the Matter of Adopting Additional Limits on Places of Public Accommodation
- March 25, 2020 - Press Release re visitors to Mercy Hospital Washington or Total Access Urgent Care in Washington on March 20, 2020.
- March 26, 2020 - Commission Order 2020-130 In the Matter of Amending Commission Order 2020-128 Relating to Adopting Limits on Places of Public Accommodation
- Franklin County Health Department (636-583-7300)
- Franklin County Health Department COVID-19 Daily Updates
Union RXI School District Free Meals
Starting Monday, 3/23, #unionrxi is offering free breakfast and lunch to all children 18 years of age AND under. Meals will be served from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at three different locations: Central Elementary, Clark-Vitt Elementary, and Beaufort Elementary. Take a moment to read more on our website about this wonderful opportunity for our community: https://tinyurl.com/uk3593o
Ameren Missouri to provide $1 Million in energy assistance funds for customers amid Coronavirus pandemic.
ST. LOUIS (March 19, 2020) – Ameren Missouri has created a new energy assistance program in partnership with United Way of Greater St. Louis to offer $500,000 in income relief energy assistance funds for its electric and gas customers across Missouri who are experiencing a hardship with reduced hours or a job layoff because of the Coronavirus situation.
The new Ameren Missouri Coronavirus Income Relief Program was developed to offer assistance to workers from a variety of businesses such as restaurants, daycare facilities, retail stores and other organizations who normally do not qualify for energy assistance. Under the new program, Ameren Missouri customers with an active account can apply for $250 toward payment on their account. Applications must be submitted through United Way's website at 211helps.org/AmerenRelief. We also are partnering with Heatupstlouis.org and Heatupmissouri.org and questionnaires must be submitted through their website, as well.
Customers can apply for energy assistance by:
- Visiting 211helps.org/AmerenRelief if you are an Ameren Missouri customer who has been impacted by COVID-19 at your job and meet the qualifications based on household size and income (approx.. $30,000 to $60,000 per year, per household).
- Visiting Heatupmissouri.org or Heatupstlouis.org or call Heat-Up Crisis Hotline at 314-241-0001 or 314-657-1599. Funds are available for elderly and physically disabled individuals, and low-to-moderate income families; or individuals with their delinquent Ameren bills in Missouri, who may also be impacted by COVID-19, with income levels from $0 to $29,000 per year.
CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
WHO - World Health Organization
Missouri DHSS - Department of Health & Senior Services (24 Hour Hotline: 877-435-8411)
Long-term Care Facilities/Nursing Homes Guidance
St. Louis County COVID-19
FEMA RUMOR CONTROL
Department of Labor - FAQ's for Businesses and Workers, Filiing for Unemployment due to COVID-19
Mercy responds to COVID-19
United Way Resources - Where to Turn
Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers