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Wentzville Community Center

During a June 2019 Board of Aldermen meeting, an ordinance was passed approving a Development Agreement for the Wentzville Bend project. This development will encompass approximately 60 acres of property located south and east of Wentzville Parkway, and north of William Dierberg Drive. 

During a January 2020 Board of Aldermen meeting, an ordinance was passed which formally named the multigenerational recreation facility the Wentzville Community Center. This name was proposed by a committee tasked with coming up with a list of names, was then approved by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. After being passed by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, a public survey was conducted to determine the name. 

Project Facts
  • The Parks Master Plan, Recreation Center Feasibility Study and a series of public meetings all indicated a strong desire exists within the community to have a Multigenerational Recreation Facility in Wentzville.
  • As currently envisioned, the project consists an 83,000 square foot community center.
  • The Wentzville Community Center includes a two-court gymnasium, jogging/walking track, group fitness studios, weight and cardio areas, indoor pool, senior activity space, party rooms, classrooms for Lindenwood University and a Kids Zone.
Square Footage of Areas
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Project Designs

Site Plan    First Floor

First Floor - 6 Lanes   Second Floor

North Elevation   From Wentzville Parkway

Budget



FAQs
To view Frequently Asked Questions about the Bend and the Wentzville Community Center projects, please click here.

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