HOA Trustee Program

I am working with staff to launch a program aimed at increasing communication between HOAs/subdivisions and the City. We plan to host annual HOA Trustee meetings - by Ward - in an effort to establish an open and ongoing dialogue between our HOA trustees, your Ward Aldermen and myself. We are working hard to ensure that these meetings are available to as many trustees as possible. We have already been in contact with Ward 1 trustees to set up their meeting this fall. Ward 2 and Ward 3 trustees, please stay tuned for meeting updates via the email account we have on file. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at

Tree-Limb Collection

Fall tree-limb collection is provided to Wentzville residents through the Chipper Program. To view program details, please visit The fall tree-limb collection will take place over a three-week period - by ward. If you are unsure which ward you live in, please see the Ward Map at The collection schedule for this fall  is as follows:

Ward 1: Week of Oct. 5

Ward 2: Week of Oct. 12

Ward 3: Week of Oct. 19

Please stack your tree limbs at the curb by 6 a.m. on Monday of your scheduled week. Tree limb pickup is NOT associated with your regular trash/recycling collection day or the City's contracted trash hauler. Tree limbs must be less than eight inches in diameter and should not be bundled or placed in bags. Leaves, root balls, decorative grass or grass clippings are not included. 

Upcoming Holidays

Columbus Day: City Hall will be open regular hours on Columbus Day, Oct. 12. Please note, solid waste collection will not be affected by this holiday.

Veterans Day: City offices will be closed for Veterans Day on Wednesday, Nov. 11, however, solid waste collection will not be affected by this holiday. Progress Park and the Wentzville Ice Arena will be open regular hours. To view recreation facility hours, please visit

Citizen of the Year Nominations

Do you know someone whose service or actions deserve special recognition? Nominations for Wentzville's Citizen of the Year award are open year-round. Nomination forms are available on the City's website at To submit a nomination, a person must be one of the following:

• A resident of the City of Wentzville

• A City of Wentzville business owner

• An organization within the City of Wentzville

• An employee of a business located in the City of Wentzville

• A member of the Citizen Recognition Award Committee

For a nominee to be eligible, he or she must: reside within the city limits of Wentzville at the time the nomination is made, or be a Wentzville business owner. The nominee may not be an elected official, and may not serve on the Citizen Recognition Award Committee. 

To be considered for the 2020 award, nominations must be received by Nov. 1. Consider nominating someone today! The Board of Aldermen will present the 2020 award during a regularly scheduled January 2021 Board meeting.


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