Documents & Forms

Concealed Carry Information

Concealed Carry  details can be obtained online from the St. Louis County Police Department website. Contact St. Louis County Police Record Room at 314-615-5317, with any questions.

Deer Strike Information

It is an unfortunate fact that vehicle to deer collisions occur regularly throughout certain parts of Wildwood, particularly on those roadways with higher traffic volumes and/or speeds. Hunting of deer is permitted within Wildwood, with certain conditions based on geography and proximity of homes. 

Hunting & Firearms

A copy of Wildwood's ordinance, along with three copies of the Permission to Hunt on Private Property form is attached to the Hunting Regulations package (PDF). There is also a highlight summary of the Hunting Regulations. If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact Officer Steve DeGhelder at 636-458-9194.

Special Event Permits

Metro West and Monarch Fire Protection Districts now require permits for bonfires. Special Event Permits (PDF)  for bonfire requests in those districts will require that the applicant submit a copy of the fire district permit prior to the City of Wildwood issuing a Special Event Permit for a bonfire. Eureka Fire Protection District does not require a permit for a bonfire at this time.

Traffic Accident Analysis

Each year the traffic officer for the Wildwood Precinct, Officer John Boehmer, produces a Traffic Accident Analysis Report for the automobile crashes that occurred in the City of Wildwood the previous year. The 2022 Report   is available online. Please contact Officer John Boehmer or Officer Robert Kircher for any questions related to this report. Older reports are available as follows: 

2021 Report

2020 Report 

2019 Report

2018 Report

2017 Report

Lock It or Lose It

With recent increases in theft, the Wildwood Precinct Commander issued a statement encouraging residents to establish a nighttime security routine and outlined steps each person can take to assist in crime prevention.