A new recycling policy is making its way through the government approval process, thanks to the hard work of a group of sixth graders from Wentzville Middle School.
Wentzville’s city administrator announced his plan to retire early next year in a letter presented to the mayor and board of aldermen. Robert Bartolotta, who has served as city administrator in Wentzville since January 2014, READ MORE
After an extensive national search, which was coordinated by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the City of Wentzville expects to announce Kurt Frisz as the new Wentzville Police Chief.
Students from Wentzville Middle School spent the first day of October getting their feet wet in environment science as they worked to actively address water quality issues in Peruque Creek near Wentzville.
Nominations are now open for Wentzville’s 2015 Citizen of the Year. This award is given annually to a resident whose service or actions deserve special recognition. The first Citizen of the Year Award was given out in READ MORE
The Municipal Court of the City of Wentzville has announced a warrant amnesty program from Aug. 10-21, Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Only the defendant named in the warrant can participate in the amnesty READ MORE
At a recent meeting, Wentzville’s Board of Aldermen passed legislation in support of downtown business redevelopment. Last summer, the Board prioritized its short- and long-term goals. Implementing a downtown redevelopment plan was one of the READ MORE
The Wentzville Board of Aldermen, divided on the issue of lifting the city’s ban on personal fireworks, hoped that a survey of resident opinion would give them a clearer direction. But instead, the survey has READ MORE