The Police Retirement System of St. Louis, Missouri

Site work preparatory to the construction of the MLS stadium has begun in earnest, and Market Street, which is the only arterial access point for our office, is likely to be restricted for many weeks and months to come.

As you know, access to the PRS parking lot goes through the Maggie O’Brien’s entrance.  The restrictions on Market St. may result in that entrance being blocked during parts of any given day.

If the entrance to Maggie O’Brien’s is blocked, there are alternative access points to our parking lot from either 20 Street or 21 Street, although not all that convenient.

Along 20 Street, there is an alley running behind Maggie O’Brien’s which is sometimes available to gain access to their lot and from there, into the PRS lot; unfortunately, sometimes, the alley is blocked.  Alternatively, along 21 Street, the entrance to the PRS parking lot is normally blocked with barricades; however, the barricades can be moved to make enough room for a vehicle to enter our lot.

We would suggest that if you’re coming to the PRS office, for the foreseeable future, you keep your cell phone handy.  If the normal access point to our parking lot is blocked, call the office and we can move the barricade along 21 to let you in.