St. Louis Outlet Mall Sets 3 p.m. Teen Curfew
The amendment to the mall’s Parental Escort Policy will be effective Friday.
St. Louis Outlet Mall, formerly St. Louis Mills, has amended it Parental Escort Policy it says to "capitalize on the success of the program."
Starting Jan. 25, beginning at 3 p.m. instead of 6 p.m. on weekend nights, children 16 years of age and younger who are visiting the mall must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is 21 years of age or older.
“The Parental Escort Policy has been a great success since we introduced it in 2006, so much so that our customers, tenants and community members have urged us to extend the hours and build on that success,” said St. Louis Outlet Mall’s general manager, David Reed. “We want to be pro-active in keeping our mall a family-oriented, quality shopping environment.”
Customers should be prepared to show valid photo identification such as a driver’s license, state I.D. card or military I.D. should mall security or Hazelwood Police staffed at the mall's substation ask.