Future Projects


2020 Concrete Street and Sidewalk Replacement and Crack Sealing (Various Wards)

Each year, various concrete street slabs and sidewalks are scheduled for replacement throughout the City’s subdivisions. Construction begins each year around March and is typically completed by August.

2020 Asphalt Resurfacing (Various Wards)

During summer 2020, the City will be resurfacing several City Streets throughout Wildwood including the following: Fox Creek Road, Orrville Road, Viola Gill Lane, and St. Paul Road.

Eatherton Road Improvement Project (Ward 8)

The City is designing improvements Eatherton Road from Manchester Road to Cambury Lane. The improved road will include sidewalks, bicycle facilities, storm sewers, and lighting.

Taylor and Manchester Resurfacing and Traffic Signal Improvement Project (Ward 7 and Ward 8)

This project will upgrade the City’s three traffic signals (Manchester Road at Pierside Lane, Manchester Road at Schnucks Wildwood Crossing, and Taylor Road at Main Street) as well as resurface Taylor Road from Manchester Road to Route 100 and resurface Manchester Road from east of Old Fairway to Route 100. Design of this project is underway and construction is planned for 2022.  

Center Avenue Reconstruction (Ward 8)

This project will resurface and widen Center Avenue.


Wild Horse Creek Road Bridge Replacements (Wards 1))

Design of three bridges on Wild Horse Creek Road over Wildhorse Creek located near the intersection of Wild Horse Creek Road and Ossenfort Road. 

Bouquet Road Culverts #340 and #352 Replacement (Ward 6)

The City is designing a project to remove and replace two existing structurally deficient concrete box culverts under Bouquet Road.


Manchester Road Shared Use Path (Ward 1) 

This project will construct a 10’ wide shared use path along the north side of Manchester Road between Route 109 to Pond Road. The City received federal funding for this project and construction of this is scheduled to begin in 2021.

Strecker Road Sidewalk Project (Ward 2 and Ward 4)

The goal of this project is to provide a continuous sidewalk along Strecker Road between Clayton Road to the Ellisville City Limit. The first phase of the project will construct an 850’ long segment of sidewalk from Englebrook Drive to the east.

Route 109 Sidewalk Improvement Project (Ward 8) 

This project will construct sidewalk along the east side of Route 109 from Manchester Road to Viola Gill Lane.