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Yes, if the owner of such property has provided express written consent to such discharges of closer proximity at specified dates and time periods.
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The City maintains and makes available to the public a list of bow hunters that have expressed interest in hunting on private property in Creve Coeur. However, the City does not endorse nor vet any group or individual. The City recommends that property owners conduct their own process for choosing a hunter from the list or from other sources.
The current list is posted on the City’s website.
To add your name or group to the list, please call (314) 274-2109.
Complete and return all required forms to the Creve Coeur Police Department at email@example.com.
Yes, the hunter must obtain a City ID card from the Police Department which must be presented to any police officer, city official, or resident. Failure to do so may result in a loss of hunting privileges in Creve Coeur.
September 15, 2022–November 11, 2022, and November 23, 2022–January 15, 2022
Call the Police Dispatch at (314) 737-4600.
No, the property owner is not required to notify anyone.