The City of Wentzville will hold an open-house style public meeting on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, from 4 to 5:45 p.m., to discuss the study of a proposed southern extension of Wentzville Parkway and improvements to the Interstate 70 interchange.
The Open House will be held in the Court Room at the Wentzville Law Enforcement Center at 1019 Schroeder Creek Blvd.
This meeting will allow the public to provide input and comments, either directly to the engineers or in written form, about the possible impacts and information presented.
The meeting will also give Wentzville residents the opportunity to provide input about the options available for crossing the Norfolk Southern Railroad. Property owners along the project corridor will also have a chance to see the potential impacts to their property. In addition, City staff will be on hand to discuss what improvements are currently planned as part of the project.
The Wentzville Parkway South Extension project will extend Wentzville Parkway from the Interstate 70 interchange to a connection with Interstate Drive. Further extensions are planned to ultimately connect to Wilmer Road, although this portion of the project is not the subject of this meeting. While the construction of the roadway is not expected for years to come, input from the meeting will be used to further refine the corridor for the Wentzville Parkway Extension and allow the City to update the preserved corridor.
Since there are no formal presentations during the public meeting, participants may attend at any time during the open house.