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Press Releases

Access information as released to the media on a wide variety of topics including Wentzville news, upcoming events and more.


Long-Term Road Closure of North Outer Road

Public Hearing: Property Tax Rates

Community Event Diverts E-Waste

Wall Street Road Closure

Wentzville to Move Forward with Plans for a Multigenerational Recreation Facility

Electronics Recycling and Document Shredding Event Set for Aug. 25

Wentzville City Hall Receives "Project of the Year" Award from APWA

Water Scholarships Awarded

Notice of Vacancy for City of Wentzville Alderman, Ward 3

Resident and Dedicated Volunteer, Mary Tow, Named Wentzville's 2017 Citizen of the Year

Wentzville Residents Invited to Electronics Recycling Event

Wentzville Partners with iTNStCharles to Provide New Transportation Option for Senior Residents

USPS to Relocate Wentzville Post Office to New Facility

Wentzville and PWSD#2 Issue Mandatory Water Conservation Order

Wentzville's Liberty Fest and 4th of July Parade

City of Wentzville and Arbor Pro Inc., Partner for First Tree Inventory

Wentzville's Walk to Stop Heroin: Event Updates and Weather Plan

Wentzville Recognized as "15th Safest City in Missouri"

Fireworks Changes in 2017

2017 Utility Tax Rebate

More Public Parking Added in Historic Downtown Wentzville

St. Charles County to Close North Point Prairie Bridge on Wednesday, March 15

Water Main Replacement Project in Downtown Wentzville Begins Tuesday, March 14

2016 Citizen of the Year: Brian Nolan

Second Annual Walk to Stop Heroin to Be Held April 29

Town Hall: Charter Form of Government

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Ceremony on Dec. 10

National Parks Service Approves Wentzville as Certified Local Government

Wentzville Recognized for Safe Work Environment

Breaking Ground on Wentzville's City Hall

Wentzville Appoints Gipson as City Administrator

Wentzville's Walk to Stop Heroin: Attendees Support Each Other in Fight Against Heroin





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