Southampton Neighborhood Association

Established March 22, 1903

Welcome to Southampton

The Southampton neighborhood occupies a one square mile area in the southwest corner of the City of Saint Louis (Missouri). The perimeter streets of Chippewa, Hampton, Eichelberger and Kingshighway are mixed commercial and residential, with Macklind, a small but vibrant commercial center bisecting the neighborhood. The eclectic and charming structures are occupied by friendly neighbors, welcoming businesses, and an active all-volunteer neighborhood association. From our family to yours, we invite you to come explore all Southampton has to offer! Join Us!

Empowerment Birds Taking Flight in SOHA.

Posted by Southampton Neighborhood Association on Friday, April 16, 2021

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  • Friday, December 17, 2021 4:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    BB101, the ward redistricting bill, passed the Board of Aldermen in a special session on December 14. The bill is now pending signature or veto by the Mayor. This bill changes City wards from 28 to 14 and populates those 14 wards with the 2020 census numbers. Public input was sought in 6 separate hearings in the process.

    Southampton residents responded with emails to the Board indicating their desire to be placed in one ward. That ward is now the new Ward 5. Reform STL announced that they will focus on the upcoming April 2022 election to move redistricting from the Board of Aldermen to an independent commission, beginning after the 2030 census.

    Residents remain in the current 28 wards with current alderpersons until the April 2023 elections when voters will elect alderpersons in all 14 wards--7 to serve for 2 years and 7 to serve for 4 years.

    Select/click here for new ward map.

  • Wednesday, December 01, 2021 2:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Applications for a $500 cash payment will be taken by the City starting December 18 when the on-line portal is open.  Check the City website often since in-person, by appointment application workshops for those without Internet access will be provided by the United Way of Greater St. Louis. Dates and locations will be listed when they become available. With internet access, one can apply on-line. The City recommends starting now in determining eligibility and gathering needed documentation. Pass this information on. (Select the red highlight above to go to the City website.)

Special thanks to SOHA neighbors, including S. Rackers, S. Peak, who provided photos!

PO Box 5183

St. Louis, MO 63139

Southampton Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization

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