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The City of Wildwood can be reached via telephone by calling (636) 458-0440, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, or on its website, 24/7, at this link: CityofWildwood.

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Schedule of Meetings for the City of Wildwood - Week of April 22, 2019

Strecker Road Sidewalk Project
Open House Meeting <> 4-24-2019

The City of Wildwood is seeking public input regarding the proposed construction of sidewalks along Strecker Road, between Clayton Road and the Ellisville City Limits.  The City is hosting an Open House to allow residents and potentially impacted property owners to view the preliminary plans and provide input concerning the proposed improvements.  The Open House will be on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at Wildwood City Hall. Follow this link to see a preliminary strip map of the project:

Rural Internet Access Committee to Meet on April 24, 2019

The Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) will meet on April 24, 2019 to discuss the progress of the consultant's work on solutions and costs for access to high-speed internet for the rural areas of Wildwood, along with offering greater options for all residents. The meeting will be held at the Wildwood Hotel, 2801 Fountain Place (63040), and begins at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and hear/participate in the meeting's topics.

Arbor Day Be Brave 5K Run/Walk 

Registration fee includes ...
a High-Quality, Quarter-Zip Pull-Over for Those Upcoming Workouts.

A friendly reminder!! The Arbor Day Be Brave 5K Run/Walk is scheduled for Friday evening, April 26, 2019. This run/walk is a great way to begin the weekend and an energetic way to  start a Friday evening! The run starts and finishes at LaSalle Springs Middle School (3300 Highway 109) and begins promptly at 7:00 p.m. Participants will travel on asphalt, chat trails, and standard roadways. Runners will pass over a  tunnel, cross a 194 foot bridge, and run along the beautiful Meramec River! You will want to finish fast because there will be plenty of pizza, refreshments, and music waiting for you at the finish line! Awards will be presented to the top three (3) overall male and female finishers and three (3) deep in each age group. Special prizes this year for the overall finishers … gift cards to a local plant nursery! After all, this event is about Arbor Day! The Wildwood Arbor Day Be Brave 5K is a wonderful family event! This year, all proceeds go to the Special Olympics of Missouri. Just come out and have fun! To register, go to: Have questions now? Call Amanda or Gary at 636-458-0440.

Pool Passes are Available at Ballwin and Ellisville

Pool Passes Are Now Available @ Ballwin and Ellisville

Swimming pool passes are now available at two (2) exciting locations for the summer of 2019! Once again, the cities of Ellisville and Ballwin have graciously agreed to make their incredible pool facilities available to the residents of Wildwood. Pool passes for the City of Ellisville, at the Edge Aquatic Center, went on sale February 25, 2019 and passes for the North Pointe Family Aquatic Center in Ballwin went on sale on March 1, 2019  For information on these passes, visit this link: Thanks to our neighboring municipalities for their hospitality and participation in the pool pass program!

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City of Wildwood - Taylor Road Sidewalk Project

Pilot Project for Town Center Street Trees Began Today

Beginning Friday, April 19th, the sidewalk that is located on the west side of Taylor Road, between Plaza Drive and Main Street (Walgreens block), will be closed, while the City undertakes a pilot project to grow healthier trees within the sidewalk grates throughout the Town Center Area.
The City has struggled with maintaining healthy trees in this streetscape setting. This project includes the removal of the sidewalk, the existing trees, and the installation of a greater depth of subsoil. A structural soil is then used to replace the inadequate base soil, before the trees and sidewalk are replaced. 
This project is partially funded by a Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance Grant (TRIM) from the Missouri Department of Conservation. Any questions can be directed to the Department of Public Works at 636-458-0440. Thank you for your patience, while the City makes these beautification improvements in the Town Center!

Drug Take Back Initiative - April 27, 2019

Prescription Drug Take Back
St. Louis County Police Department and City of Wildwood

The St. Louis County Police – Wildwood Precinct will host a prescription drug take back event at City Hall on Saturday, April 27, 2019  from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This event is a nationally-sponsored activity, with various agencies and departments participating.  During this timeframe, you may drop off drug items to our staff at the event. The items are then boxed and collected by the Police Department to be transferred to the DEA for destruction.   

STLCC - Wildwood and the City of Wildwood's Electronics Recycling and Shredding Event - May 18, 2019
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Cart corrections can still be requested; so, if you do not want the new cart, received the incorrect cart size, or would like to swap it for a different size, please contact the Dedicated Wildwood Customer Care Agent, Heath Goodrich, at 314-291-3131, Ext. 2432, or via email at


Dear Meridian Waste - City of Wildwood Recycling Customer:

Dual stream recycling collection began on April 1, 2019

What’s Changing ... 
You can still recycle curbside, but there are two big changes:

1. We are moving to dual stream so you will now have two separate recycling containers collected on alternating weeks. One container is for RIGIDS (plastics & metals) and one container is for FIBER (paper & cardboard). You should have received a second recycling cart in March.

2. Glass will no longer be recycled curbside. Residents have the option to use new recycling drop-off sites for Fiber and Glass only. The drop-off sites are provided below. 

To learn more about the recycling crisis visit:

Please click to view the Wildwood New Recycling Collection Schedule Calendar effective April 1, 2019. PRO TIP: Print out the PDF calendar to hang near your recycling carts. 

If you would like to place a recycling sticker on your own recycling bin, you can request an additional FIBER or RIGIDS sticker by contacting our dedicated Wildwood Customer Care Agent, Heath Goodrich, at 314-291-3131, Ext. 2432. He is available to assist Wildwood customers Monday - Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.Stickers can also be picked-up at City Hall, during normal business hours.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Your Meridian Waste Team


Dual Stream Recycling Effective April 1, 2019
Summary of Dual-Stream Recycling ... 

Rigid Recyclables

When: Beginning the week of April 1, 2019
Where: Curbside every other week (on alternate weeks as the “Fiber” material pickup)
What: "Rigid" materials will be collected as follows:

o        Plastics containers containing the recycling code 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 (non-black)

o        Aluminum
o        Tin and steel cans

Fiber Recyclables

When: Beginning the week of April 8, 2019
Where: Curbside every other week (on alternate weeks as the “Rigid” material pickup)
What: "Fiber" materials will be collected as follows

o        Cardboard
o        Mixed papers

Glass: If residents wish to recycle glass, drop-off locations have been setup throughout Wildwood for this material; otherwise, it can be placed in the trash.

The locations for drop-off of extra fiber materials and glass are in place and include the following:

> Wildwood Community Park - 2153 Highway 109 (63038);
> Anniversary Park - 16511 Clayton Road (63011); and
> Bluff View Park - 1900 Old State Road (63038).

> Terminus of Wildwood Avenue, between City Hall and the B&B Theatre (63040).

Cost: Meridian residential customers will see an increased cost of $0.50/month, until August 1, 2019, when a new long-term contract is established through a competitive bidding process. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at or visit the recycling page of our website:

A Friendly Reminder ... on Toters

City officials are aware of the number of waste toters most residential properties have now with the introduction of dual steam recycling. However, the City has a regulation regarding the toters storage. This regulation is provided below for your review. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact City Hall at (636) 458-0440. Please be respectful of your neighbors and help us keep Wildwood the beautiful place it is today! Thank you for your cooperation. Regulation is as follows: 

Section 230.070 Storage and Placement of Waste Containers, Tree Waste and Firewood. [Ord. No. 532 §1, 5-26-1999]

A. Residential solid waste containers and tree waste shall be stored upon the premises where the waste was generated unless written permission for storage on other premises is obtained from a person having authority to grant such permission. The containers shall be stored in a place not visible from the street which the residential structure faces. Residential solid waste containers shall be placed at the curb or street frontage, except as otherwise required by the Director for collection. Solid waste containers and bundles of tree waste permitted by this Chapter shall be placed at the curb or street frontage, not more than twelve (12) hours prior to the regularly scheduled collection day. Waste containers shall be returned to their appropriate storage places no later than 12:00 Midnight on the day of collection.

Election Information

Results of the April 2, 2019 Municipal Election

The winning candidates will take office on April 22, 2019, at a ceremony held at City Hall, starting after 6:30 p.m., where all will take the official Oath of Office. Please feel free to attend and enjoy the festivities, Thank you to those City Council Members that are leaving office for their past service to the community and those individuals just starting in their new roles in Wildwood. It is much appreciated. 

Ward One: Tie Vote - To Be Determined 
Larry Brost
David Hudson

Ward Two:
Lauren Edens 

Ward Three:
Kenneth E. Remy

Ward Four:
Katie Dodwell*

Ward Five:
Dave Bertolino*

Ward Six:
R. Jon Bopp*

Ward Seven:
Crystal McCune

Ward Eight:
Joe Garritano*


Wildwood Named Best Place To Raise a Family in Missouri

The City of Wildwood has been ranked the #1 best place to raise a family in Missouri in 2019 by, a ranking and review site.

Graded A+ overall, ranked Wildwood according to a variety of factors such as quality of schools, business and employment growth, family income, housing and crime rates. Wildwood’s parks also played a big role in’s ranking.

“This achievement is all thanks to Wildwood residents and business owners, who help make this community a great place to live, work and play,” said Mayor Jim Bowlin. “It’s great for us to be recognized as the best place to raise a family—not just in the St. Louis region, but statewide.”

In addition to the best place to raise a family in Missouri, Wildwood was ranked #5 best public schools in Missouri, #10 best place to live in Missouri, and #29 best place to raise a family in America. For the complete report card and list of Wildwood rankings, visit Wildwood’s profile on here.

Come to the Mayor's Coffee
They're Educational and Fun!
City Hall - Community Room - 16860 Main Street
Next Coffee with the Mayor is May 2, 2019

Coffee With the Mayor - First Thursday of Each Month

“Wildwood 2020”

Mayor Bowlin announced his vision plan for the City of Wildwood during the City Council Work Session held on Monday, October 9, 2017.  The plan was developed based on input from residents and other stakeholders, and calls for improving residential experience and a renewed focus on the City’s original plans, said Mayor Bowlin. 

“I’m very committed to things that benefit our residents and businesses, and there’s so much we can do to make Wildwood even better for them. My plan incorporates ways to make that happen with optimal cost efficiency,” said the Mayor. The plan includes several proposed projects that will benefit residents in all eight wards, along with implementation guidelines that include resident participation and input. 
For more information, please contact Joe Vujnich at (636) 458-0440, or visit the following link -

Graphic for Wildwood 2020

Don't Forget ... Public WiFi is Available
at Wildwood City Hall

Public WiFi is available at Wildwood City Hall. The Network Name is Wildwood/Guest and no password is required. This new service will improve your ability to access agenda items during meetings on your smartphone or other WiFi-enabled device.

*** Wildwood Meetings ***
Streaming Live

The City Council recently authorized the addition of Livestream equipment in the City Hall's Community  Room, where many of Wildwood's boards, commissions, and committees meet. This additional equipment will now allow almost the full schedule of the City's public meetings to be streamed for your viewing. Please click the link below to visit the City's Livestream Page, where you can both link to live meetings, or view past recorded meetings: Wildwood Livestream.


Three (3) major projects are underway. These projects include the following:

Manchester Road Streetscape - Phase 3

The length of  roadway from the Taylor Road Roundabout to Eatherton Road. Major improvements to existing roadway include sidewalks and dedicated bicycle lanes. Ameren Missouri and Missouri American Water Company are underway with needed utility relocations. 

Wildwood Community Park - Phase 3

Great Meadow Area; new utilities, shelters, parking area, and further trail connections. The City's selected contractor is now installing the water line.

John L. LeCave Memorial Trailhead

Located at the foot of the levee, on the southern end, this trailhead will provide fifty (50) parking spaces, safe trail access onto and from Centaur Road, and small shelters for shade, along with restroom facilities. 
These projects have been in the planning, design, and engineering phases for over a year and are now underway. All are partially funded by grants, allowing Wildwood residents to obtain the most improvements for their taxpayer dollars. As with all construction projects, some inconvenience should be anticipated, so please slow down and remember safety first. Everyone benefits when we work together!

Better Together - City/County Merger

It has been in the news and many people are discussing this important issue for the region. The report that has been prepared by the group advocating this merger can be found at the following link - Better Together Report. The City of Wildwood passed a Resolution on March 11, 2019 that stated it did not support this plan for the merger. 



  Section One. The City of Wildwood incorporated in 1995 to preserve the quality of life in an area and environment in which the residents live and to promote the safety of all residents.
  Section Two. The City of Wildwood incorporated to provide accountability to the residents. To place the responsibility for governance with the people of the area so that each would have a voice that would be heard by local, responsible representatives. Not being governed by some distant board or Council.
  Section Three. The City of Wildwood also incorporated in 1995 to protect the many varied assets of the area.
  Section Four. The City of Wildwood also incorporated to create a new model for municipal government. One which limits the sprawl of government while serving its constituents.
  Section Five. That the City Council of the City of Wildwood adamantly opposes the Better Together plan that would eliminate the clear mandate that the residents of Wildwood voted for in 1995.
  Section Six. The City Clerk is hereby directed to transmit a copy of the results of this Resolution to U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, U. S. Senator Josh Hawley, U. S. Representative Ann Wagner, Governor Mike Parson, State Senator Andrew Koenig, State Senator Dave Schatz, State Representative Shamed Dogan, State Representative Bruce DeGroot, State Representative Dottie Bailey, County Executive Steve Stenger and County Council Member Mark Harder.
  Section Seven. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.
Municipal League of Metro St. Louis - Resolution on Merger Plan


Preserving Wildwood Values, Character, and Assets

This group of citizen volunteers was nominated by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council at its meeting on March 11, 2019. The purpose of this commission is to develop strategies to protect Wildwood's assets and character, i.e. watersheds, woodlands, topography, parks, and infrastructure, if the St. Louis City/County merger is approved by voters in November 2020. The group of individuals will review and make recommendations to the City Council on any strategies they determine are feasible.
Commission Members

  • Patrick McGinnis, Ward One
  • Paul Bernache, Ward Two
  • Dave Jenkins, Ward Three
  • Jack Clark, Ward Four
  • Anthony Hough, Ward Five
  • Molly Ruhnquist, Ward Six
  • William Munroe, Ward Seven
  • Dennis Hrubes, Ward Eight
  • Ray Manton, City Council Liaison
  • Steve Taylor, City Council Liaison

Staffing to the Commission will include a multi-disciplinary team of current City Team Members.

April 18, 2019 Meeting Information - This group held its second meeting on April 18, 2019, and heard a strong presentation from Pat Kelly, Executive Director of the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis, on this organization's response to the 'Better Together' Merger Plan. This meeting was 'live-streamed,' so if you did not attend, please click on the provided link to watch this informative presentation - - LivestreamMr. Kelly understands the Merger Plan as well as anyone in the region and offered some stirring perspectives on this matter.

Agendas & Minutes - View all Agendas and Minutes

Want more information on this Commission and other merger news? Every two (2) weeks, the City Council of Wildwood is provided an update by City officials, which is part of its Work Session agendas. Just visit the City's website and navigate to the upcoming City Council meeting and check out the Work Session agenda for this summary. The link for these agendas is: Agenda Center.

Subdivision Street Slab Replacement
Work Began on April 1, 2019
and is Ahead of Schedule

It is that time of year again, when the City's Department of Public Works begins its annual concrete slab street replacement program that is authorized by the City Council. This year, the subdivisions where the work is planned are as follows:

> Babler Park,  Dartmouth, and Winding Woods Subdivision - April timeframe;

> Babler Park Estates, Tall Oaks, Westglen Farms, Winding Trails, and Wynncrest Subdivisions - May timeframe;

> Crown Pointe Estates, Enclaves at Cherry Hills, Fairhaven, and Nantucket Subdivisions - June timeframe.

During this work, please be conscientious of the workers and drive slowly and safely in all marked work zones. Your cooperation and patience are greatly appreciated by the City and its contractors. If you have any questions, please contact the City's Department of Public Works, Scott or Brendan, at (636) 458-0440. Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation!


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Pop-Up Events Brought to You by the City of Wildwood

Over the past two (2) years, the City has continued offering installments of its popular Pop-Up Events. Many of you participated and the Department of Planning and Parks wants to say THANK YOU! Your feedback and input was appreciated as well and all of us here at City Hall hope you enjoyed them. 

The next Pop Up Event begins on May 1, 2019. Look for details in next week's E-Newsletter. Information about 2019 Pop-Up Events is  posted on the City's website periodically (, as well as on our social media pages - Facebook (, Twitter (, and Instagram ( Thank you!

City of Wildwood Presents - Staying Home Alone Class

Tuesday, April 23, 2018 @ 6:30 p.m. - Still Time to Register!

This class, taught by a St. Louis Children’s Hospital instructor, will help parents and children determine the child’s readiness — physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally — to stay home alone and help prepare the child for this experience. The class will be held at Wildwood City Hall (16860 Main Street, Wildwood, Missouri 63040), on Tuesday, April 23, 2018, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The class fee is $25.00 per family. To register, please call St. Louis Children’s Hospital at (314) 454-5437.

Plein Air Event in Beautiful Wildwood

This year's event is May 4, 2019 - Saturday. 2018's event was a great success at the Marianist Retreat Center and the City has found a very special place for this year's event that we are sure you will enjoy. For more information on this fun and enjoyable event, please click on the following link or review the information provided below:
City of Wildwood Plein Air Event - May 4, 2019


We Are Wildwood - Tree Sapling Giveaway at Wildwood Community Park - April 20, 2019
Miller Haus is Open - 2612 East Avenue
Joy Ladies' Bible Study - Fellowship of Wildwood - Tuesdays

Babler State Park - April Programs for Your Enjoyment
Wildwood Historical Society Logo


The Society's Museum is OPEN on Monday mornings, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., or by appointment. For questions or more information about this great organization, please contact Sandra K. Becker-Gurnow, President, at 314-374-3159.

Next Program - May 21, 2019 - Christopher Alan Gordon, Writer at the Missouri Historical Society. Fire, Pestilence, and Death: St.  Louis -1849.

Don't worry, the remainder of 2019 has great programs scheduled for every month, so check back in next week for the list.

WHS Benefit Car Show - Sunday, July 14, 2019
Living Word Church - Grief Share Program

Living Word Church Hosts 'GriefShare'

GriefShare, a special seminar and support group for people grieving the loss of someone close, will meet April 15, 2019 through July 15, 2019, on Mondays, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at Living Word Church, 17315 Manchester Road, in Wildwood.  To register visit

Good Friday Service @ Living Word Church - Wildwood, Mo.
Good Friday Service @ Living Word Church - Wildwood, Mo.
Easter Sunrise Service @ Babler State Park

61st Easter Sunrise Service at Babler Park 

April 21, 2019, beginning at 7:30 a.m. 

Come join us for the 61st Easter Sunrise Service at Babler State Park! We will have a special, outdoor service with music and teaching from the Word of God on the miraculous events and spiritual impact of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, who rose from the dead after three days in the grave. This Christian service is non-denominational. Tent available for inclement weather.

Easter Service @ Living Word Church - Wildwood, Mo.
Easter Service @ Living Word Church - Wildwood, Mo.
Living Word Church - Easter Egg hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt at Living Word Church, 17315 Manchester Road, in Wildwood, on Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 10:15 a.m. for kids 5th grade and under! For more information visit

Living Word Church's Donut Dash - April 27, 2019
Wildwood Family YMCA - Next Date: April 27, 2019
Wildwood Family YMCA - Branson Show Extravaganza - May 7 - 9, 2019
Green Pines Elementary School's Food Truck Night - May 13, 2019
Living Word Church - Sunday, May 19, 2019 - 25th Anniversary of its Early Childhood Center

Living Word Early Childhood Center's
25th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday, May 19, 2019

Living Word ECC, 17315 Manchester Road in Wildwood, has been making a difference in the lives of families in our community for 25 years! We started as Ellisville United Methodist Church Preschool! We want to celebrate big and have a GREAT day of celebration planned!! We are inviting everyone to join us for worship at either the 9:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. Worship service on May 19, 2019. Immediately following the 10:30 a.m. service – 3:00 p.m., the church will have an outdoor celebration, including bounce houses, food trucks, yard games, face painting, preschool tours, etc. Everyone in the community is invited and we hope you and your family will have time to stop by. For more information, please visit

Living Word Church - Summer Camps and Other Activities

Open Space Council for the St. Louis Region
Get Your Early Bird Tickets Today!

Paddle for a Cause: Saturday, June 15, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

Join us for a fun-filled float on the Missouri River, from Sioux Passage Park to Columbia Bottom Conservation Area!

The Open Space Council is excited to offer attendees the choice of floating in a Big Muddy Adventures signature Voyageur Canoe or a 2-person canoe. The Open Space Council will provide the canoes, with shuttling service, life jackets, and food & drinks for a delicious picnic lunch following the float. This event is the perfect opportunity to share a summertime float on the Missouri River with your family and friends!

Tickets are $55/adults & $25/children age 15 and under

All ticket sales benefit Operation Clean Stream, our annual river cleanup and restoration event in the Meramec Watershed. Thanks to Big Muddy Adventures, the Gramophone, and St. Louis County Parks for their partnership on this event!
Living Word Church - Vacation Bible School - June 24 through 28, 2019

JUNE 24 though 28, 2019

VBS 2019 at Living Word Church, 17315 Manchester Road, in Wildwood, will be “To Mars and Beyond:  Explore Where God’s Power Can Take You.” Your children, ages 3 – 5th grade, are invited to join us on a space travel adventure to explore where God’s power can take them. Along the journey, Voyagers discover a new realm of possibilities, as they reach for the stars and encounter the limitless power and love of God. Join us on June 24 through June 28, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (noon) for stories of Jesus, great games, crazy science experiments, crafts, music, and mission opportunities. The cost is $35.00 and includes a t-shirt. Registration deadline is June 14, 2019. To register please visit

St. Louis Bicycle Works' Bike Drive in Wildwood - June 22, 2019

Bicycle Drive by St. Louis Bicycle Works– June 22, 2019

The City of Wildwood is partnering with St. Louis Bicycle Works to host a bicycle drive to collect adult and children’s bicycles, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon), on Saturday, June 22, 2019.  Bring any bicycle you’d like to donate to Wildwood City Hall (16860 Main Street) during this time. Your donations will benefit children and young adults in the St. Louis Region by giving them an opportunity to receive a bicycle by completing the Earn-A-Bike Program. Bicycle Works provided over 1,700 bikes in 2018 and needs your help to continue their efforts to provide positive outcomes in our community.  

St. Louis Bicycle Works is made possible through volunteers who provide countless hours in the community bike shop to ensure bikes are available for distribution. All donations are tax deductible. For more information about St. Louis Bicycle Works, go to  Questions about the Bicycle Drive on June 22nd, please call Gary or Amanda at (636) 458-0440.

Bethel Exercise - Mondays and Thursdays (9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a..m.)
Aegis Therapies - Helpful Tips from a Wildwood Business


Wildwood Seeks City Administrator Candidates

E-Newsletter – An Excellent Way To Be ‘In the Know’

The City of Wildwood would like to thank all of the subscribers to the e-newsletter for your interest in receiving it and hopes you find this weekly publication to be very informative and interesting.  It has been a major goal of the City to enhance citizen communications and input, and it hopes the e-newsletter has been an effective communication tool. However, the City is only reaching a small portion of the population and would like to reach many more of our citizens.  While not everyone wishes to receive yet another weekly e-mail, it is likely many citizens are unaware that the City’s weekly e-newsletter exists. Therefore, the City is asking for your assistance in sharing this opportunity to stay informed about Wildwood.  The following link will take you directly to the Subscription Section of the City Website: Through this link, you can subscribe to the weekly e-newsletter, as well as sign up for Traffic & Weather Alerts, News Flashes, and many other City notifications.
The City would also ask that you forward this notice to friends and family, or share through social media sites, and let’s see if we can grow our subscriber base and keep the citizens of our great community well-informed.

Old Pond School Paver Memorial

Park and Trail Memorial Program

The City of Wildwood is pleased to offer a Park and Trail Memorial Program intended for residents to honor and commemorate the memory of a loved one or close friend. The City is offering three (3) different options that can be placed in a number of different active or passive park/trail locations in the City. Please click on the link for more information:

Where We Stand by East-West Gateway Council of Governments

How does St. Louis compare to other metro regions across the country? That's the question the latest edition of Where We Stand seeks to answer across 130 metrics focused on the areas of economic development, workforce development and public safety. The report, released by East-West Gateway Council of Governments this month, provides critical context for conversations on the challenges and opportunities facing the St. Louis region. For more, visit Where We Stand's newly expanded web page, which provides the data tables in the eighth edition, along with those seen in previous editions, as well as, update reports, white papers, and past editions.  


Wildwood Area Lions Club - Dropbox - Wildwood City Hall

Wildwood Area Lions Club
Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids - Drop-Off Box @ City Hall

The Wildwood Area Lions Club has a drop-off box at Wildwood City Hall (16860 Main Street, 63040) for used eyeglasses and hearing aids that are provided to others that cannot access them for a number of reasons. Don't throw them away, donate, and help others in need. 

The Wildwood Area Lions Club was chartered by Lions International and is a non-profit organization by the State of Missouri since June 23, 2009. Lions Clubs support the Wildwood Area by providing assistance through actions and monetary funding. Lions International  has 1.35 million members in 205 countries and regions worldwide. The international foundation has awarded more than $700 million for humanitarian service projects worldwide and provides disaster relief, youth programs, and help to combat disabilities, where needed.
Shoeman Water Projects - Wildwood City Hall is a Drop-Off Location

The Shoeman Water Project Shoe Drive Continues

@ Wildwood City Hall

Thanks to everyone who has donated shoes, boots, and sandals to the Shoeman Water Project over the years.  Donation boxes are located at City Hall, 16860 Main Street, both on the 1st and 2nd Floor Foyers.  We appreciate everyone’s support of this worthwhile organization.  To learn more about the Shoeman Water Project, visit

American Flag

American Flag Disposal

The City of Wildwood accepts retired American flags for dignified disposal.  Please bring worn flags to City Hall, 16860 Main Street, and leave them with the receptionist. All flags collected will be relinquished to the Boy Scouts of America for proper disposal. US Flags should never be placed in the trash. 

Be Local and Loyal ... Both Good Things!
Shop, Dine, and Unwind in Wildwood 

With so many options for shopping, dining, and personal needs, please think of Wildwood first. The City is home to a large number of businesses and professionals, who offer a range of products, dining, and services, which are the best in the region. Local owners are at these businesses and provide a personal touch to all they do and invest in Wildwood each and every day. For a listing of these businesses, just click on this link: Information on Wildwood businesses is provided, including contact numbers and their respective specialties. Also, click on the provided link that follows to visit the Wildwood Business Association's website for participating businesses as well - Shopping locally always makes a lot of sense and everyone wins. Thank you!

Editor's Note: Thanks to all our subscribers for your patronage of the e-newsletter. If there are topics or information the City can add to the e-newsletter, or is missing something at this time you would like to see, please let me know by e-mailing To contact City Hall by telephone, please call (636) 458-0440.

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