About SRG


The Soulard Restoration Group (SRG) was formed in 1972 when a group of individuals organized and filed papers with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A National Historic District designation allows for, among other things, the preservation, protection and enhancement of historic and architecturally-significant buildings within the District.

About the Soulard Restoration Group

 

The purposes of the SRG are to:

  • foster community improvement
  • encourage restoration and preservation of District property
  • participate in the beautification and reestablishment of public areas, and to support necessary public improvements
  • stabilize the community by fostering civic pride
  • have the power to acquire property, both real and personal and to use property to foster the aforementioned goals
  • encourage and support, but not sponsor, political legislation for the preservation, restoration, and improvement of the District
  • raise necessary funds to carry out SRG-initiated programs
  • to support any social/civic organizations whose purpose are complementary to the SRG
  • function as a neighborhood association for the District

Read the full text of the SRG Bylaws [PDF]