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Public Meetings

Identifying Needs. Providing Solutions.

The Bi-State Development Board of Commissioners have resumed hosting in-person meetings after transitioning to virtual meetings during the pandemic. The public is welcome to attend upcoming meetings in-person. 

The Board of Commissioners meet in the board room at BSD Headquarters located at the Metropolitan Square Building in downtown St. Louis – 211 N. Broadway, Sixth Floor, St. Louis, MO 63102. The board room opens to the public 15 minutes before the scheduled meeting start time. Meetings may also be viewed live online on the Bi-State Development Facebook page* and meeting videos are archived on the BSD YouTube channel.

BSD Board of Commissioners: Meeting Video Recordings

NOTE: *The June 21 Board meeting was held as scheduled. Due to technical issues, the meeting was not shared live on the Bi-State Development Facebook page. The meeting was recorded and is now available for viewing: June 21 Board Meeting Video. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Public Comments

Public comments are welcome at board meetings and can be presented in-person or submitted in writing.

Submitting a Written Comment

All public comments must be received no later than 16 hours before the start time of the board meeting (e.g., 4:30 p.m. the day before a meeting with an 8:30 a.m. start time).

Written public comments will be acknowledged during the Public Comment portion of the meeting. All written comments will be provided to BSD Commissioners prior to the board meeting, and will be included in their entirety in the public record (minutes) and added to the ‘Meeting Materials’ information on the website upon conclusion of the meeting.

Commenting In-Person

Up to 10 in-person comments are allowed per meeting. These in-person comment slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis to those who sign up using the link below. Each speaker is limited to a maximum of three minutes. Please review the rules for public comments for speakers and attendees.

If all public comment speaker slots are filled, you may still submit your comment in writing.