Wentzville's Utility Tax Rebates for 2021

April 1 - May 28, Wentzville residents can apply for a City utility-tax refund. To apply, eligible residents should use one of these methods: 

• Email the required documentation to

• Mail the required documentation to: Utility Tax Rebate, City of Wentzville, 1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd., Wentzville, MO 63385.

• Setup an appointment to apply in person at City Hall by calling (636) 639-2155. 

Please include your phone number on all rebate items emailed or mailed so City staff can contact you, if necessary. 

Eligibility requirements are as follows:

• You must rent or own your primary residence in the City of Wentzville.

• You must be at least 65 years old or considered totally disabled by Social Security.

• You must have a maximum 2020 gross income of $46,450 for a single-person household or $53,050 for a married-couple household. These  income requirements are set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

`To learn more about eligibility and application requirements, please visit

Volunteer for Mission: Clean Stream!

There’s still time to register! On April 10 and 11, volunteers all across the county will gather to remove trash and litter from local creeks. You can join in the fun by signing up for Mission: Clean Stream and helping us clean up the Peruque and Dry Branch watersheds here in Wentzville. Volunteers, ages 6 and up, can register as a family, individual or organization. Call (636) 332-9236 by Thursday, April 8, to sign up. Please note: This event may be adjusted to accommodate for physical-distancing precautions. Visit for updated event information.

Wentzville Parks and Recreation Is Going Digital

Wentzville Parks and Recreation is excited to announce our new digital resources! We are working hard to make the information as accessible as possible. To that end, the seasonal Fun Times brochure is now available online only.

• Learn about all Parks and Recreation programs and events when you access Fun Times online at

• Residents can also stay up to date on programs, events and more when you sign up for our monthly eNewsletter — delivered right to your inbox! Sign up for this and other newsletters at

Spring Tree-Limb Collection

Twice a year, the City’s Chipper Program provides residents a free, convenient way to dispose of small tree limbs. Tree-limb pickup takes place over a three-week period — by ward. If you are unsure about which ward you live in, please visit

The spring schedule is as follows:

• Ward 1: April 5-9

• Ward 2: April 12-16

• Ward 3: April 19-23

Tree limbs must be less than eight inches in diameter and should not be bundled or placed in bags. The 2021 Chipper Program collection does not include leaves, root balls, shrubs or hedge trimmings, decorative grasses or grass. If you have any questions, please call (636) 327-5101, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.