The city promised to work with residents to address concerns raised after the death of Michael Brown.
"We plan to learn from this tragedy, as we further provide for the safety of our residents and businesses and progress our community through reconciliation and healing," the statement reads, according to The Guardian.
In the press release, the city offered a list of potential initiatives, including raising funds for dash and vest cameras for police officers, creating programs to encourage African-Americans to apply to the police academy and urging police officers to live in Ferguson.
Here's a picture of the press release from The Guardian's Faith Abubéy:
City of #Ferguson issues call for nighttime quiet and reconciliation: http://t.co/9os6vE37vv
— Faith Abubéy (@ReporterFaith) August 19, 2014