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  • Welcome to the University City Chamber of Commerce!

    The University City (U City) Chamber of Commerce supports and promotes the business community through a variety of activities and events designed to highlight U City as a great place to do business. From discounted advertising and networking opportunities to annual events such as Taste of U City and the North & South Block Party, we provide businesses with numerous opportunities to gain exposure to new customers. Whether you’re in the Delmar Loop, the Olive Link, the North and South Business District, home-based, or elsewhere, the Chamber is committed to serving businesses in all corners of this vibrant community.

    To learn more about how we can add value to your business, check out our Member Benefits and Advertising Opportunities




  • U City Summer Jobs Program 2018

    *Build Your Skills and References * Demonstrate Your Talents * Make money $$


    Find the application here.

    The U City Summer Jobs Program will be back this year providing half the wage costs for qualifying U City students aged 16 years and older to work in U City businesses. The Chamber of Commerce is administering the program’s 5th year as a partnership between the City of U City and the U City School District to provide employment for 30 high school students for up to 18 hours a week for 8 weeks (or 144 total hours).

    This program is open to rising seniors and juniors that are 16 years of age or older by May 30.  Interested students will complete an application available at University City High School and online.  Student selection is based on a variety of criteria including grades, progression to graduation, and citizenship. These students will also attend job preparation classes and receive support through the summer to help reinforce job skills.  Program staff will make site visits to ensure that the program is running smoothly for all.  

    Job Fair: Tuesday, May 8, UCHS cafeteria, 2:30-4:00 pm. Students will have the opportunity to interview with participating representatives from participating businesses, who will make their hiring selections. 

    For more information, contact Mary Adams at 314-337-2489 or Mary@ucitychamber.com.




    Purchase tickets here.

    Cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals as they face the Phillies on Saturday, May 19 at 1:15 p.m. The Chamber is offering discounted tickets for $20 which include reserved seats in Busch Stadium's right-field pavilion (sections 331-337), a hot dog and a soda. That's a $47 value! Additionally, the first 30,000 fans (ages 16 and older) will receive a special Cardinals Replica 1969 National League Championship Ring. 

    The University City High School AFJROTC Color Guard will post the colors before the game, and Brittany Woods Middle School students will sing during the seventh-inning stretch. 

    Purchase your tickets online or contact the Chamber office at 314-337-2489. Children ages 3 and under do not require a ticket to enter the ballpark.

    For more details email mary@ucitychamber.com.

    Go Cards!

    *Please note that you may have your tickets mailed to you, or you can pick them up at the Chamber Office (7700 Olive Blvd). 




  • Explore University City 


    University City is home to beautiful art, rich history and several diverse business districts. With the Explore University City map, you can discover everything this unique, centrally-located community has to offer. See for yourself and click here to download a copy.  

    Click here for the interactive GIS version, which you can view on your mobile device. You can download a PDF copy of that version here.

    To explore The Olive Link, view the Ethnic Dining Guide and a map of utility box art

    Print these maps to take with you around town, or pull them up on your mobile device the next time you're out exploring. If you want to share your experiences with this map, we would love to you. Click here to leave your comments at the bottom of the page. 




  • A Diverse Dining Community A Diverse Dining Community

  • Living and Working in University City Living and Working in University City

  • Celebrating the Arts Celebrating the Arts

  • Delmar Loop Spotlight Delmar Loop Spotlight

  • The four mile stretch of Olive Boulevard in University City features a diverse ethnic dining scene and countless
    retail and service options. When you visit The Olive Link, the entire world is within reach!