Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has released information to help those recovering avoid a "storm chasers" scam
Metro Transit is providing access to public transit to St. Louis County residents whose vehicles are buried under debris. Metro Transit travels the affected communities and will help tornado victims get to where they need to go via MetroBus and MetroLink. For more information, see this link.
To report power outages to Ameren, call 1-800-552-7583 (and you can see current listings of power outages).
Red Cross shelter and assistance information (Update: Maryland Heights shelter closing, supplies still available in Dellwood).
American Red Cross will be offering clean-up items from a fixed location at the Dellwood Recreation Center. See this link for more information.
Catholic Charities is accepting donations and providing assistance as well: call 314-367-5500
Missourians who need disaster information, shelter information or referrals are urged to call 211. The 211 service number is now available for most areas in Missouri. In areas where the 211 number is not operational, citizens can call 800-427-4626.
People in St. Louis County who need assistance or want to volunteer can call 314-615-5000.
Lambert Airport list of airlines with contact information
From Mayor Slay via Twitter: For city residents, use @stlsb to report storm damage in your neighborhood.