About CityArchRiver Foundation
The CityArchRiver Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to assure that the Gateway Arch, its grounds, neighboring public space, and attractions will be a vital, welcoming, well-supported resource to the community and nation for generations to come. Founded in 2009 to support and coordinate a project to connect, invigorate and expand the Arch grounds, the Foundation will become a conservancy that will collaborate with partners to operate and maintain the improvements made through the CityArchRiver project, which is scheduled to be completed in 2017.
CityArchRiver Foundation Board:
William (Bill) DeWitt III, President, St. Louis Cardinals
John Ferring, Chairman, PLZ Aeroscience
Dr. Flint Fowler, President, Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis
David Kemper, Chairman and CEO, Commerce Bancshares, Inc.
Carolyn Kindle, Vice President/Executive Director, Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Danny Ludeman, former President and CEO, Wells Fargo Advisors
Susan McCollum, Chairman and CEO, Major Brands, Inc.
John McDonnell, former Chairman, McDonnell Douglas Corp.
Melissa Paz, civic volunteer
David Peacock, Chairman, Vitaligent LLC and Chairman, St. Louis Sports Commission
Andy Taylor (chairman), Executive Chairman, Enterprise Holdings, Inc.
CityArchRiver Design and Construction Oversight Board:
Robert Cannon, BJC Group President and President, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Bruce Lindsey, Dean, College of Architecture/Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design, Washington University
John M. Nations, President and CEO, Bi-State Development
Deborah Patterson, President, Monsanto Fund and Director, Social Responsibility, Monsanto Company
Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift, Chancellor Emeritus, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Tom Bradley, Superintendent, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (National Park Service liaison), (ex-officio)
Susan Trautman, Executive Director, Great Rivers Greenway District, (ex-officio)
Plan & Scope
CityArchRiver 2015 is about all of us coming together to celebrate and enjoy what makes St. Louis great.
Funding for CityArchRiver 2015 is drawn from a combination of public and private sources.
CityArchRiver 2015 is possible because of public-private partnerships.