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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 22.44 Designation of Parks and Other Recreational Facilities

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Chapter 22.44
Designation of Parks and Other Recreational Facilities

Sections:

22.44.010 David Hickey Park.
22.44.020 City block 822 park.
22.44.030 Cyrus Crane Willmore Park.
22.44.040 City block 4458 park and playground.
22.44.050 City block 5776-N park and playground.
22.44.060 Edward Rice Memorial Park and Playground.
22.44.070 J.Milton Turner Playground.
22.44.080 Mount Pleasant Park.
22.44.090 Adelaide M. Windsor Park.
22.44.095 American Legion Memorial Park.
22.44.097 Senator J. B. "Jet" Banks Park.
22.44.100 Barrett Brothers Memorial Park.
22.44.110 Dwight Davis Park.
22.44.120 Charlotte Rumbold Park.
22.44.130 Robert Terry Park.
22.44.140 W.C. Handy Park.
22.44.150 Lindenwood Park.
22.44.160 David Hickey Park.
22.44.170 The McDonnell Planetarium.
22.44.180 Carondelet Lions Park.
22.44.190 Louis G. (Midge) Berra Park.
22.44.200 Richard H. Amberg Park.
22.44.210 Jordan W. Chambers Park.
22.44.220 Dwight D. Eisenhower Municipal Golf Course.
22.44.230 Fanetti Plaza.
22.44.240 Ray Leisure Park and Playground.
22.44.250 Father Edward S. Filipiak Park.
22.44.260 Eugene "Tink" Bradley Park.
22.44.270 Phillip J. Lucier Park.
22.44.280 John H. Poelker Park.
22.44.290 Donald E. Lasater Fountain.
22.44.300 Kiener Plaza Park--Morton D. May Memorial Amphitheater.
22.44.310 Ivory Perry Memorial Park.
22.44.320 Aloys P. Kaufmann Park.
22.44.330 Marie Fowler Park.
22.44.340 Father Maurice Nutt Park.
22.44.350 Leon Strauss Park.
22.44.360 Colonel George H. Blase Park.
22.44.370 Norman R. Seay Expansion Park.
22.44.375 Janet B. Wood Park.
22.44.376 William L. Clay, Sr. Sculpture Park.
22.44.377 Loretta Lee Hall Park.
22.44.380 Greg Freeman Park at Four Corners.

For provisions on curfews in parks, see Ch. 22.18.

22.44.010 David Hickey Park.

The public park lying between Stratford Avenue and Bircher Street and extending from Riverview Boulevard and Wren Avenue on the east to Goodfellow Boulevard on the west, is designated as "David Hickey Park" in honor of the first St. Louis member of the Expeditionary Forces killed in the World War.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 67.)

22.44.020 City block 822 park.

There is established as a public park all the property in city block 822 bounded by Park Avenue, Fourteenth Street, Carroll Street and St. Ange Avenue.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 68.)

22.44.030 Cyrus Crane Willmore Park.

There is established a public park in the City designated and named the "Cyrus Crane Willmore Park," containing approximately one hundred five acres, and all parcels of land within the hereinafter established boundaries are dedicated as a part of such public park for the uses and purposes, and upon the terms and conditions contained in two deeds by Cyrus Crane Willmore Organization, Inc., and by Cyrus Crane Willmore, John W. Higginbotham and E.P. Bradley, Trustees of St. Louis Hills Estates, both under date of December 21st, 1946. The boundaries are herewith established and described as follows:

A tract of land in the city bounded by lines described as follows:

Beginning at a point in the western line of Hampton Avenue, distant 270 feet northwardly from the northern line of Gravois Avenue, measured along the said western line of Hampton Avenue, thence running in a northwardly direction along the western line of Hampton Avenue 2,000 feet, more or less, to the southwestern line of Jamieson Avenue, and thence northwestwardly and northwardly along the southwestern and western line of Jamieson Avenue 2,600 feet, more or less, to its intersection with the northern line of Loughborough Avenue, thence westwardly 900 feet along the southern line of Block 5 in "St. Louis Hills Estates by Cyrus Crane Willmore" to the western line of said Block 5, thence northwardly 377.75 feet along the western line of said Block 5 thence eastwardly 115 feet along the northern line of Lot 14 in said Block 5, to the western line of Willmore Road, thence northwardly 152.37 feet along the western line of Willmore Road to the southern line of Block 4 in "St. Louis Hills Estates by Cyrus Crane Willmore," thence westwardly 229.84 feet along the southern line of said Block 4, thence in a generally northwardly direction along the western lines of said Block 4 a total distance of 1,009.80 feet to the northern line of said Block 4, thence eastwardly 80 feet along the northern line of said Block 4 to the western line of Willmore Road, thence northwardly 228.15 feet along the western line of Willmore Road to the southern line of Block 1 in "St. Louis Hills Estates by Cyrus Crane Willmore," thence westwardly 70 feet along the southern line of said Block 1, thence in a generally northwardly direction along the western lines of said Block 1 a total distance of 1,416.65 feet to the southern line of Eichelberger Street, thence westwardly along the southern line of Eichelberger Street 40.08 feet to an angle point, thence northwardly 34.09 feet along the western line of McCausland Avenue, to the south line of "St. Louis Hills No. 2," thence westwardly 213.70 feet along the south line of "St. Louis Hills No. 2" to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way line of the River des Peres Drainage Works, thence running southwardly along said eastern right-of-way line of the River des Peres Drainage Works 8,400 feet, more or less, to the northern line of Gravois Avenue, thence eastwardly 10.02 feet along the northern line of Gravois Avenue, thence northwardly and parallel with the eastern right-of-way line of the River des Peres Drainage Works and distant 10 feet eastwardly therefrom, measured at right angles thereto, a distance of 282.67 feet, thence eastwardly 330.20 feet to the point of beginning excepting Loughborough Avenue.

The following parcels of land owned by the city and situated within the above-described boundaries, no matter whether acquired by purchase or condemnation or for whatever uses or purposes, are hereby dedicated as a public park for the uses and purposes and upon the terms and conditions contained in the two deeds referred to above.

City of St. Louis No. 1. A parcel of land in Out Lot 75 and Out Lot 76 of said city, being a part of Lots 15 and 21 of Kenneth Mackenzie's Tract, a subdivision, in United States Survey No. 1953:

Beginning at a point in the easterly right-of-way of the River des Peres Drainage Works on the dividing line between Out Lot 75 and Out Lot 76 distant 1,435.779 feet more or less, eastwardly along said dividing line from the city limits line as established in 1876; thence northwardly along said right-of-way line on a curve to the right having a radius of 4,751.15 feet a distance of 522.555 feet, more or less, to a point of tangency; thence continuing northwardly along said tangent line (being the easterly line of said River des Peres Drainage Works) 37.585 feet, more or less, to the point of curve having a radius of 3,024.93 feet; thence along said curve to the left (being the easterly line of said River des Peres Drainage Works) to the center line of Old River des Peres channel as shown by Featherson in 1876, a distance of 110 feet, more or less; thence in a general southerly direction along said center line of River des Peres to a point in said easterly line of River des Peres Drainage Works right-of-way, being in the arc of a curve to the right having a radius of 4,751.15 feet; thence continuing in a northwardly direction along said right-of-way line 361.878 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning.

City of St. Louis No. 2. A parcel of land in Out Lot 75 of said city, being a part of Lot 22 of Kenneth Mackenzie's Tract, a subdivision in United States Survey No. 1953, beginning at a point in the easterly right-of-way of the River des Peres Drainage Works (and the center line of the Old River des Peres Channel as shown by Featherson in 1876) distant 657.878 feet, more or less, southerly along said right-of-way line from a point in the dividing line between Out Lot 75 and Out Lot 76, said point being distant 1,435.779 feet, more or less, eastwardly from the city limits line of the City of St. Louis as established in 1876; thence in a general southerly direction along the center line of said Old River des Peres channel to a point in said easterly right-of-way line of River des Peres Drainage Works, being a tangent between two curves; thence northwestwardly along said tangent line a distance of 424.523 feet, more or less, to a point of a curve having a radius of 4,751.15 feet; thence along said curve to the right a distance of 63 feet more or less, to the point of beginning.

City of St. Louis No. 3. A parcel of land in Out Lot 63 of said city, being a part of Lot 32 of the Kenneth Mackenzie's Tract, a subdivision in United States Survey 1953, beginning at a point in the southerly line of Loughborough Avenue (60 feet wide) and the easterly line of the right-of-way of the River des Peres Drainage Works; thence eastwardly along said southerly street line a distance of 289.386 feet, more or less, to the center line of Old River des Peres Channel as shown by Featherson in 1876; thence in a general southerly direction along said center line of Old River des Peres Channel to its intersection with the easterly line of said River des Peres Drainage Works right-of-way; thence northwestwardly along said right-of-way line a distance of 1,252.841 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning.

City of St. Louis No. 4. A strip of land in Out Lot 65 of the City of St. Louis being a part of Lot 17 of Fred W. Heidorn's Subdivision, bounded on the southwest by the northeast line of the proposed right-of-way of River des Peres Drainage Works and abutting thereon 335 feet more or less and established by Ordinance No. 32986 and Amendatory Ordinance No. 35975 and 39950, bounded on the northwest by the center line of River des Peres as established in the Featherson Survey of 1876, bounded on the northeast by a line parallel to and distant 10 feet perpendicular measurement northeast of the northeast line of said River des Peres Drainage Works, bounded on the southeast by Gravois Avenue, 80 feet wide and abutting thereon 10 feet.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 69.)

22.44.040 City block 4458 park and playground.

There shall be and is hereby established a public park and playground comprising block 4458 of the city, being formed of part of Lot 126, all of Lots 127 to 137, inclusive, and part of Lot 138 of North Cote Brilliante, a subdivision, and being bounded north by the southern line of Lexington Avenue, 50 feet wide, and abutting thereon about 1,051 feet 3 inches, south by the northern line of Ashland Avenue, 40 feet wide, and abutting thereon about 1,072 feet 2 inches, east by the western line of Shreve Avenue, 60 feet wide, and abutting on the deviation thereof about 491 feet 2 1/2 inches, and west by the eastern line of Euclid Avenue, 50 feet wide, and abutting thereon about 483 feet.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 70.)

22.44.050 City block 5776-N park and playground.

There shall be and hereby is established in the city as a public park and playground the land in city block 5776-N, bounded north by Pernod Avenue, 50 feet wide, south by Lindenwood Place, 75 feet wide, west by Jamieson Avenue, as established 100 feet wide by Ordinance 41553, and east by Wenzlick Avenue, 60 feet wide, and also the land in City Block 5777-N, bounded west by Wenzlick Avenue, 60 feet wide, east by Prather Avenue, 60 feet wide, north by Pernod Avenue, 50 feet wide, and south by Lindenwood Place, 75 feet wide.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 71.)

22.44.060 Edward Rice Memorial Park and Playground.

The public park and playground established by Ordinance 37564 is designated Edward Rice Memorial Park and Playground.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 72.)

22.44.070 J. Milton Turner Playground.

The public playground established by Ordinances 41032 and 41033 is designated the J. Milton Turner Playground.
(1948 C. Ch. 48 73.)

22.44.080 Mount Pleasant Park.

The public park now known as "Dakota Park," comprising all of City Block No. 2701, situated in the city and bounded on the north by North Dakota Street, on the south by South Dakota Street, on the east by East Michigan Avenue, and on the west by West Michigan Avenue, is changed to "Mount Pleasant Park."
(1948 C. Ch. 48 74.)

22.44.090 Adelaide M. Windsor Park.

The following described area of land, situated in the city, the purchase of which was authorized by Ordinance No. 44058, approved April 9, 1947, for park and playground purposes, is designated "Adelaide M. Windsor Park": All of City Block 2415, bounded north by Penrose Street, south by Angelica Street, east by Blair Avenue and west by City Block 2416; a portion of City Block 2416, consisting of all of lots 14 to 20 inclusive, and lots 31 to 37 inclusive in Block 2 of Lawless Subdivision, being bounded north by Penrose Street, south by Angelica Street, east by City Block 2415, and west partly by an alley and by lots 21 and 30 of said block and subdivision.
(Ord. 44730 1, 1948.)

22.44.095 American Legion Memorial Park.

The city owned property in city block 499, bounded on 15th Street on the west, 14th Street on the east, Pine Street on the north and Chestnut Street on the south, is hereby renamed "American Legion Memorial Park".
(Ord. 65820 1, 2002.)

22.44.097 Senator J. B. "Jet" Banks Park.

The area owned by the City of St. Louis located in City Block 1854, which is now known as "Garrison/Brantner/Webster Park" and is also known as "Dunbar Park," is hereby renamed "Senator J. B. "Jet" Banks Park."
(Ord. 66257 1, 2003.)

22.44.100 Barrett Brothers Memorial Park.

The public park located at Goodfellow Boulevard and St. Louis Avenue is designated as Barrett Brothers Memorial Park.
(Ord. 45565 1, 1951.)

22.44.110 Dwight Davis Park.

That certain area in city block 5392 (Block 10, Bircher's Subdivision--Lots 5 to 38), bounded on the north by Oriole Avenue, on the east by the property of John Deaver and John Pavlick, on the south by Gilmore Avenue and on the west by Lillian Avenue is designated and shall be known as Dwight Davis Park.
(Ord. 49624 1, 1959.)

22.44.120 Charlotte Rumbold Park.

That certain area in city block 1872B bounded on the north by St. Ferdinand Avenue and the property of the St. Louis Public Service Company, on the east by Spring Avenue, on the south by North Market Street and on the west by Prairie Avenue is designated and shall be known as Charlotte Rumbold Park.
(Ord. 49696 1, 1959.)

22.44.130 Robert Terry Park.

That certain area in city block 1286 bounded on the north by Eads Avenue, on the east by Compton Avenue, on the south by Henrietta Avenue and on the west by Louisiana Avenue is designated and shall be known as Robert Terry Park.
(Ord. 49697 1, 1959.)

22.44.140 W.C. Handy Park.

That certain area in city block 4458 bounded on the north by Lexington Avenue, on the east by Shreve Avenue, on the south by Ashland Avenue and on the west by Euclid Avenue is designated and shall be known as W.C. Handy Park.
(Ord. 49827 1, 1960.)

22.44.150 Lindenwood Park.

That certain area in city blocks 5776N and 5777N bounded on the north by Pernod Avenue, on the east by Prather Avenue, on the south by Lindenwood Place and on the west by Jamieson Avenue is designated and shall be known as Lindenwood Park.
(Ord. 49938 1, 1960.)

22.44.160 David Hickey Park.

That certain area in Out Lot 111 bounded on the north partly by the property of Milford W. Ball, partly by the property of Phines Harrel, partly by the property of Albert C. Collins, partly by the property of Louis E. Barber, partly by the property of Ed Wiggins, bounded on the east by Hall Street, on the south by the Schaefer Estate, on the southwest by the property of Walter Brandt, and on the west by North Broadway is designated and shall be known as David Hickey Park.
(Ord. 50008 1, 1960.)

22.44.170 The McDonnell Planetarium.

The city planetarium located in Forest Park is named, "The McDonnell Planetarium," in recognition of the contribution of James S. McDonnell in the scientific fields of space exploration and related subjects and to the planetarium.
(Ord. 52541 1, 1964.)

22.44.180 Carondelet Lions Park.

All of city block 3180, bounded on the north by Poepping Street, on the south by Davis Street, on the east by Minnesota Avenue, and on the west by Michigan Avenue, is designated and shall be known as Carondelet Lions Park.
(Ord. 52748 1, 1964.)

22.44.190 Louis G. (Midge) Berra Park.

The public park now known as "Joseph Vigo Park," comprising that certain area in city block 4043 situated in the city and bounded on the north by Shaw Avenue, on the east by Macklin Avenue, on the south by Daggett Avenue and on the west by Lilly Avenue, is changed to "Louis G. (Midge) Berra Park."
(Ord. 53597 1, 1965.)

22.44.200 Richard H. Amberg Park.

That certain area in city block 4177 bounded on the north by Dunnica Avenue, on the east by the eastern ten (10) feet of Lots 5 and 26, on the south by Keokuk Avenue, and on the west by Gustine Avenue, is designated and shall be known as Richard H. Amberg Park.
(Ord. 54814 1, 1967.)

22.44.210 Jordan W. Chambers Park.

The park area bounded on the north by School Street, on the east by Cardinal Avenue, on the south by Franklin Avenue and on the west by Compton Avenue is designated and shall be known as Jordan W. Chambers Park.
(Ord. 55259 1, 1969.)

22.44.220 Dwight D. Eisenhower Municipal Golf Course.

The eighteen hole golf course located within Forest Park is designated and shall be known as Dwight D. Eisenhower Municipal Golf Course.
(Ord. 55403 1, 1969.)

22.44.230 Fanetti Plaza.

The new public park bounded on the north by Steins Street, on the east by the east line of Michigan Avenue as vacated per Ordinance 57881, on the south by Schirmer Street and on the west by Ivory Avenue is designated and shall be known as "Fanetti Plaza."
(Ord. 57969 1, 1980.)

22.44.240 Ray Leisure Park and Playground.

The public park and Playground established by Ordinance 52413 approved March 10, 1964, extending southwardly from the southern line of Park Avenue to the northern line of Carroll Street, between Menard Street and Twelfth Street, is named "Ray Leisure Park and Playground."
(Ord. 57976 1, 1980.)

22.44.250 Father Edward S. Filipiak Park.

The property owned by the City in City Blocks 560 and 561, bounded by Ninth Street, Eleventh Street, O'Fallon Street, and Biddle Street, presently administered by the Division of Parks and informally identified by it as UDAG Park, is hereby designated as the "Father Edward S. Filipiak Park."
(Ord. 59458 1, 1985.)

22.44.260 Eugene "Tink" Bradley Park.

A. Ordinance 49826, approved March 15, 1960, authorized the creation of a public park on City Blocks 4408B and 4408C as therein more particularly described; thereafter said park was informally called the Union Marcus Quarry Park.

B. Said park as established by Ordinance 49826 and located in City Blocks 4408B and 4408C is hereby officially named and designated the "Eugene 'Tink' Bradley Park."
(Ord. 59667, 1, 2, 1985.)

22.44.270 Phillip J. Lucier Park.

The public park located in parts of City Blocks 5513, 5514, 5515, and 5516 is hereby designated and shall be known as the "Phillip J. Lucier Park."
(Ord. 59789 1, 1986.)

22.44.280 John H. Poelker Park.

A. The unimproved eastern portion of the Memorial Plaza to be named the "John H. Poelker Park" as a result of the passage of this ordinance is further described a portion of the Memorial Plaza as found in Ordinance 34823, and is described as:

Beginning in the center of the intersection of Tucker Blvd. and Market St. and then westwardly along the center of Market to its intersection with the center line of Thirteenth (13th) St., thence northwardly along the center of Thirteenth (13th) St. to its intersection with the center line of Chestnut St., thence eastwardly along the center line of Chestnut Street to its intersection with the center line of Tucker, then southwardly along the center line of Tucker Blvd. to the point of beginning.

B. The above described and referenced block, A/K/A City Block 490 shall be known and is hereby designated and named the "John H. Poelker Park."

C. A proper and fitting commemorative marker as approved by the Director of Parks of the City shall be located on said park grounds.
(Ord. 59902 2--4, 1986.)

22.44.290 Donald E. Lasater Fountain.

A. The public fountain located in DeBaliviere Place on the northwest corner of Clara and Pershing Avenues is hereby designated and shall be known as the Donald E. Lasater Fountain.

B. An appropriate plaque may be erected near said fountain at no cost to the City upon approval of the Board of Public Service and the Heritage and Urban Design Commission.
(Ord. 60190 1, 2, 1986.)

22.44.300 Kiener Plaza Park--Morton D. May Memorial Amphitheater.

City Block 131, bounded by 6th Street on the east, Market Street on the south, 7th Street on the west, and Chestnut Street on the north, is hereby designated and established as a public park, to be used and maintained as such by the City, subject to the provisions of this chapter.

The designation of City Block 131 as a public park is subject to the applicable terms and provisions of a certain lease of a portion of such City Block, dated April 15, 1953, by and between Southern Real Estate & Financial Company, a Missouri corporation, Lessor, and Wayco Petroleum Company, a Missouri corporation, Lessee, the City of St. Louis, assignee-successor-lessee.

The park established and dedicated by the ordinance codified in this chapter shall be known as Kiener Plaza Park and shall be administered, managed and maintained by the Division of Parks of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry, pursuant to Article XIII, Section 14-B of the City Charter.

The Director of Parks, Recreation and Forestry and the Board of Public Service are hereby authorized and directed to permit a portion of the land within the City Block 131 to be used for a public amphitheater, to be known as the Morton D. May Memorial Amphitheater.
(Ord. 60356 1--4, 1987.)

22.44.310 Ivory Perry Memorial Park.

A. The following described realty is hereby designated a public park of the City, namely:

Part of Lots 4 and 5 of the Subdivision in Partition of Ann Biddle's Estate and Lots 23 to 31, inclusive, in Block 3 South of the Amended Plat of Cabanne's Subdivision, and in Block 3865 of the City of St. Louis, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the South line of Cabanne Avenue, 60 feet wide, and the East line of Belt Avenue, 60 feet wide, thence Southwardly along the East line of Belt Avenue 801 feet 6 inches to a point in the North line of Clemens Avenue, a private Street, 60 feet wide, thence Eastwardly 575 feet 5 1/2 inches along the North line of said Clemens Avenue to a point in the West line of Arlington Avenue and the Northward prolongation thereof, 586 feet 6 inches to a point in the South line of Block 1 of Cabanne's Subdivision, thence Westwardly along said South Subdivision line and along the South line of Lot 22 in Block 3 South of the Amended Plat of Cabanne's Subdivision, 89 feet 10 inches to a point, thence Northwardly 216 feet 7 inches along the West line of said Lot 22 to a point in the South line of Cabanne Avenue, thence Westwardly along the South line of Cabanne Avenue 486 feet to the point of beginning.

B. The name of said park is hereby established and designated as "Ivory Perry Memorial Park."

C. Any previous name given to said park or to the area herein described as the "Ivory Perry Memorial Park," is by this section rescinded, recalled and nullified.
(Ord. 61559 1--3, 1989.)

22.44.320 Aloys P. Kaufmann Park.

The provisions of any ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding, that portion of Memorial Plaza comprising City Block 501, bounded on the north by the south line of Pine Street, on the east by the west line of Tucker Boulevard, on the south by the north line of Chestnut Street and on the west by the east line of Thirteenth Street as a City park, to be known as Aloys P. Kaufmann Park.
(Ord. 61692 1, 1989.)

22.44.330 Marie Fowler Park.

Beginning at the intersection of the north line of Page Boulevard with the east line of Union Boulevard, thence east along the north line of Page Boulevard one hundred (100) feet, thence north and parallel with Union Boulevard one hundred and one (101) feet, more or less, to a point twenty (20) feet south of the north line of Lot F; thence west and parallel with said north line of Lot F eighty-eight (88) feet, more or less, to the east line of Union Boulevard, thence south along the east line of Union Boulevard, one hundred forty-six (146) feet, nine and three-fourths (9 3/4) inches, to the point of beginning; and bounded on the north by the northern twenty (20) feet of Lot F.
(Ord. 64572 1, 1998.)

22.44.340 Father Maurice Nutt Park.

That certain area comprising all of City Block 5036, and established as a City Park in Ordinance 18573, approved on July 13, 1896, is designated and shall be known as "Father Maurice Nutt Park."
(Ord. 64664 1, 1999.)

22.44.350 Leon Strauss Park.

That certain area in City Block 1060 which is the subject property of a ground lease between the City of St. Louis and the Grand Center Association, such property being more fully described in Ordinance 59339, approved on December 19, 1984, is designated and shall be known as "Leon Strauss Park."
(Ord. 64665 1, 1999.)

22.44.360 Colonel George H. Blase Park.

There is an existing city park located at 10000 Riverview Drive, currently referred to as the North River Park, that is hereby designated, named and hereafter be known as the "Colonel George H. Blase Park."
(Ord. 63074 1, 1994.)

22.44.370 Norman R. Seay Expansion Park.

A. That public park formally known as Gamble Park is named the "Norman R. Seay Expansion Park" as a result of the passage of the ordinance codified in this section and is described as follows:

Land in City Block 1007, bounded on the south by the north line of Gamble Avenue, 60 feet wide, and abutting thereon 505 feet and 3 inches, bounded on the east by the west line of Glasgow Avenue, 60 feet wide, and abutting thereon 118 feet and 3 inches, bounded on the north by the south line of an east-west alley, 15 feet wide, in said City Block and abutting thereon 167 feet and 4 inches, thence northwardly along the west property line of Lot 42 in said City Block and abutting thereon 118 feet and 3 inches, bounded on the north by the south line of Dayton Avenue, 60 feet wide, and abutting thereon 337 feet and 6 inches, bounded on the west by the east property line of Lot 21 and Lot 28 in said City Block and abutting thereon 251 feet and 6 inches.

B. A proper and fitting commemorative marker as approved by the Director of Parks of the City of St. Louis shall be located on said grounds.
(Ord. 63707 1, 2, 1996.)

22.44.375 Janet B. Wood Park.

The area owned by the City of St. Louis and bounded by 20th Street on the west, Bryant Street on the east and Biddle Street on the north and south is hereby named the Janet B. Wood Park.
(Ord. 65542 1, 2002.)

22.44.376 William L. Clay, Sr. Sculpture Park.

The area in the City Block 4547 bounded by Clara Avenue on the east, Clemens Avenue on the north and an alley on the south is hereby named the William L. Clay, Sr. Sculpture Park.
(Ord. 65548 1, 2002.)

22.44.377 Loretta Lee Hall Park.

That area comprising all of City Block 1176, now known as Carr Square Park, and established as a City Park in Ordinance 42002, is hereby renamed and shall be known as "Loretta Lee Hall Park".
(Ord. 65549 1, 2002.)

22.44.380 Greg Freeman Park at Four Corners.

The area owned by the City of St. Louis located in City Block 5425, comprising 0.127 acres, which is now known as "Four Corners Park," is hereby renamed "Greg Freeman Park at Four Corners."
(Ord. 65988 1, 2003.)

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