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ANTICIPATING ANOTHER WINTER STORM
SNOW INFORMATION - CITY OF WILDWOOD

FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

The City of Wildwood has all of its contractors ready to address the impending snow storm that is being predicted for early Saturday morning, and through for most of that day. Drivers have been instructed to give priority to through-streets and hills. It is recommended, if at all possible, to avoid on-street parking, particularly within cul-de-sacs, as accommodating this request will allow the contractors to clear the streets and save you the frustration of having your vehicle snowed in and difficult to access. The City and its snow personnel appreciate everyone’s patience.For more information on the snow event forecasted for this weekend, here are two (2) major providers of up-to-the-minute information:

St. Louis County - Office of Emergency Management (OEM):
On Facebook --- Facebook.com/stlcooem.

On Twitter --- twitter.com/stlcooem.
St. Louis County also has an application that can be downloaded onto your smartphone from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and it is named St Louis County MO Prepares.
 
National Weather Service:
On Facebook --- Facebook.com/NWSstlouis.
On Twitter --- twitter.com/NWSstlouis.

How to Keep Your Driveway Entrance
From Filling with Snow

Throughout the winter months, State, County, and City snowplow crews will be out clearing the highways, roads, and streets during and after each snowfall. Homeowners and other property owners will be clearing their driveways at the same time.

Many times, while this is going on, a snowplow truck will go by and fill in the end of a freshly cleared private driveway with snow from the roadway. This is not intentional, and there is a way this wintertime inconvenience can be minimized.

The diagram below shows how you can clear snow around the end of your driveway, opening a certain way to reduce the possibility that you will have to do very much re-clearing after a snowplow truck goes by on the road next to your driveway.

The idea is to place as much snow as possible when clearing your driveway, in the direction of travel downstream on your side of the roadway. Next is to clear an area upstream from your driveway opening to form a "pocket" for the snow from the roadway to go into instead of at the end of your driveway.

The result is more of the snow accumulation from clearing the roadway will go into this open pocket area and less will wind up at the end of your driveway.

A note of caution is in order. Please be extremely careful when working next to the roadway—especially when snowplowing operations are in progress.

Diagram for Snow Removal

<< MUNICIPAL UPDATES >>

City Hall Closed in Honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Schedule of Meetings for the Week of January 22, 2019 * City of Wildwood
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CITY OF WILDWOOD RECYCLING UPDATE
... WE CAN DO THIS TOGETHER ...

Dual Stream Recycling Now Effective April 1, 2019

In response to resident feedback, the Wildwood City Council voted on January 14th to implement the following dual-stream curbside recycling program on April 1. The new recycling program means that Meridian residential customers are requested to use two separate recycling containers - one for plastics & metals (Rigids) and one for paper & cardboard (Fiber) collected on alternating weeks.  This program will result in cleaner, less contaminated recyclables, which will create more local and regional markets willing to accept this material, in lieu of shipping overseas.

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, Meridian Waste will be establishing a few drop-off locations throughout Wildwood for this material; otherwise it can be placed in the trash. The locations for drop-off of glass will be announced soon.

Additional Recycle Bin:  Meridian residential customers will receive an additional 65-gallon recycle toter by April 1st, with an option to increase this size to 95-gallons.

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. 

Residents will receive a letter from the City of Wildwood describing the program in more detail. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact us at recycling@cityofwildwood.com or visit the recycling page of our website: https://www.cityofwildwood.com/1870/Recycling-Information


Election Information
April 2019 Municipal Election

Filing has Closed 

The following candidates have filed for Office of City Council Member (1-15-2019):


Ward One:
Larry Brost
David Hudson

Ward Two:
Lauren Edens 
Tony Salvatore 

Ward Three:
Tammy Shea*
Kenneth E. Remy

Ward Four:
Jean Vedvig
Katie Dodwell*

Ward Five:
Dave Bertolino*
Ed Marshall

Ward Six:
R. Jon Bopp*
Debra Quarternik
Rob Arthur


Ward Seven:
Crystal McCune

Ward Eight:
Joe Garritano*
Chris Young

*Indicates incumbent 


Come to the Mayor's Coffee
They're Educational and Fun!
City Hall - Community Room - 16860 Main Street
Check Back for the Date of the Next Coffee with the Mayor 

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 - Cityofwildwood.com/708/Wildwood-2020.

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 ***
Several of Them are Streaming Live

As of October 2018, Council Planning and Parks Committee meetings are also now available on Livestream! It's been over a year now since the City began video streaming City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings, which can be viewed live or thereafter. 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: http://www.cityofwildwood.com/703/Livestream.

Internet Consultant to Visit Wildwood on February 5, 2019 (New Meeting Date - Changed from January 31, 2019)
High-Speed Internet to the Rural Areas of Wildwood

The Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) will meet on February 5, 2019 to begin the internet study that is to be led by Joanne Hovis, of CTC Technology & Engineering. This consultant has been charged by the City Council to determine the best, and most expeditious, approach to addressing poor internet service in the rural areas of Wildwood, while offering options for greater competition in locations within the community, where multiple options may already exist. This meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and be held at City Hall, in the Community Room. If you should have any questions about this study or the meeting, please contact the Department of Planning at (636) 458-0440.

City of Wildwood's New Business Activity Update Ticker ...

  1. The new mixed-use development at 16700 Main Street (the “Prime Place”) was featured in the cover story of the December 28 Edition of Ladue News Magazine.  This project by KAI Design & Build plans to start construction in Spring 2019.
  2. Premier Martial Arts is now open for business at 2418 Taylor Road, in Dierbergs Town Center.
  3. Edward Jones will open a new 800+ square foot office at 16759 Main Street, above Pure by Jen.
  4. Against Gravity will soon open a new personal trainer facility at 16797 Clayton Road, in Winding Trails Centre.
  5. Code Ninjas will opened a new location at 16747 Main Street next to Pure by Jen.
  6. Interior buildout is underway for the new restaurant “Craft” at the former Big Bear Grill, in Schnucks Wildwood Crossing Center. Opening in February 2019.
  7. The Miller Haus” (a local coffee shop, bar, private event space, and co-working office incubator) is scheduled to open in early February 2019, at 2612 East Avenue, immediately behind the Grover Post Office.
  8. Clinical Biosafety Services is now open at 16759 Main Street, above Table Three.
  9. Cherry Hills Family Eyecare will relocate to a new expanded space at the former St. Louis Bread Company location, at Schnucks Wildwood Crossing Center.

- CITY COUNCIL ACTIONS FROM ITS MEETING -
of

JANUARY 14, 2019

The City Council passed and approved the following Ordinances and Resolutions:


ORDINANCE #2421: AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI THAT AMENDS CHAPTER 415.510 PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ("PRD") OVERLAY DISTRICT OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD BY DELETING IT IN ITS ENTIRETY; ENACTING, IN LIEU THEREOF, A NEW CHAPTER 415.510 PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ("PRD") OVERLAY DISTRICT; THEREBY PROVIDING CERTAIN NEW AND AMENDED REGULATIONS REFLECTING THE DIRECTION OF THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, PER ITS LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION THAT IS DATED NOVEMBER 5, 2018 AND CITY COUNCIL, FROM ITS DISCUSSION AT THE PUBLIC HEARING HELD ON THIS SAME MATTER.  Recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission (Wards – All)

ORDINANCE #2427: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE A CITY-CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD WITH GERSHENSON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC., FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF STRECKER ROAD BRIDGE OVER CAULKS CREEK, INCLUDING TRAFFIC CONTROL AND OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS AS SHOWN ON THE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.  Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Wards - Two and Three)

ORDINANCE #2428: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE A CITY-CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD WITH JOKERST PAVING & CONTRACTING, INC., FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROUTE 109 CROSSWALK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, INCLUDING TRAFFIC CONTROL AND OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS AS SHOWN ON THE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.  Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Wards - One, Three, Five and Eight)

ORDINANCE #2429: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A LICENSE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AND THE MISSOURI HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF A PEDESTRIAN TUNNEL UNDER STATE ROUTE 109 AND TRAIL CONNECTIONS.  Recommended by the Director of Public Works/City Engineer (Wards – One, Three, Five and Eight)

ORDINACNE #2433: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE A FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD WITH THE ST. LOUIS–JEFFERSON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT IN ORDER TO RECEIVE GRANT FUNDING FOR THE DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF RECYCLE CART STICKERS OR EDUCATIONAL BROCHURES FOR RESIDENTS.  Recommended by the Director of Public Works/City Engineer (Wards - All)
 
ORDINANCE #2437: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AMENDING PARAGRAPH 16 OF SUBSECTION A OF SECTION 110.210 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD BY DELETING IT IN ITS ENTIRETY; ENACTING, IN LIEU THEREOF, A NEW PARAGRAPH 16 OF SUBSECTION A OF SECTION 110.210 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING FOR RULES AND PROCEDURES PERTAINING TO PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AT CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS Recommended by the Administration/Public Works Committee (Wards – All)

ORDINANCE #2438: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF CO-INTERIM CITY ADMINISTRATORS, AND ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION THEREFOR. Recommended by the City Administrator Search Committee (Wards – All)

RESOLUTION 2019-01:A RESOLUTION BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH JILL VON GRUBEN, OF THE WILDWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR ADDITIONAL WORK ON THE WILDWOOD HISTORY BOOK THAT WAS REQUESTED BY THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING FOR THE PLANNED 2019 CHAPTER OF IT. Recommended by the Historic Preservation Commission (Wards – All)

RESOLUTION 2019-02: A RESOLUTION BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI TO PROCESS THE NECESSARY EXPENDITURES TO THE MURPHY COMPANY MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER FOR NEEDED WORK ON THE HVAC SYSTEMS LOCATED WITHIN WILDWOOD CITY HALL.  Recommended by the Director of Planning (Wards – All)

RESOLUTION 2019-03:  A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO NEGOTIATE AND EXECUTE CERTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENTS AND A PERMANENT SIDEWALK EASEMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROUTE 109 PEDESTRIAN TUNNEL PROJECT, WITHIN THE CITY OF WILDWOOD.  Recommended by the Director of Public Works/City Engineer (Wards - One and Eight)

RESOLUTION 2019-04: A RESOLUTION FOR SENIOR PROGRAMMING EFFORTS OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD FOR 2019. Recommended by the Department of Planning and Parks (Wards – All)

RESOLUTION 2019-05: A RESOLUTION BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WILDWOOD, MISSOURI ENDORSING, AND THEREBY COMMITTING, THE SUM OF TWO HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($250,000.00), REPRESENTING THE COMMUNITY’S MATCH, AS THE PROJECT SPONSOR AND APPLICANT, TO THE LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND (LWCF), FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE “WILDWOOD GREENWAY CORRIDOR – PHASE 6 CONTINUATION.” Recommended by the Department of Planning and Parks (Wards – All)

WILDWOOD CO-INTERIM CITY ADMINISTRATORS APPOINTED

Steve Cross and Joe Vujnich tapped to fulfill administrator duties during nationwide search
 
At the City Council meeting January 14, 2019, the City Council of Wildwood and Mayor Jim Bowlin approved the appointments of Steve Cross, City Treasurer; and Joe Vujnich, Director of Planning and Parks, as Co-Interim City Administrators. Together they will fulfill the role of Wildwood City Administrator, vacated by Ryan Thomas in December 2018, while the search for a full-time City administrator continues.

Both have several years of service in Wildwood. Joe has served as director of planning and parks for 23 years; before that, he worked at the St. Louis County Department of Planning for 10 years. Steve has 14 years of experience as City Treasurer for Wildwood, working for it since 2004.


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<< CITY RECREATIONAL EVENTS and 
EXCITING ACTIVITIES >>

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

In 2018, the City continued 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. 

Information about 2019 Pop-Up Events will be posted on the City's website soon (www.cityofwildwood.com), as well as on our social media pages - Facebook (www.facebook.com/cityofwildwood), Twitter (twitter.com/cityofwildwood), and Instagram (instagram.com/cityofwildwood). Please check back after the first of the New Year for more information. Thank you!

Wildwood Half-Marathon Rescheduled

Wildwood Frozen Feet Half Marathon Trail Run 
February 9, 2019 - New Date!  

Due to the weather forecast and current trail conditions, the 2019 Frozen Feet Half Marathon has been rescheduled to Saturday, February 9, 2019.  Start time and location of the event will remain the same.  If you were already registered for the 2019 Frozen Feet Half Marathon, you will be automatically re-registered for the new date of February 9, 2019.
 
Packet pick-up for the rescheduled February 9th race will be available February 7 and 8, 2019 (Thursday and Friday), from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at Wildwood City Hall, as well as race day morning at the race venue, prior to the wave start @ 8:00 a.m., sharp.
 
If you are unable to make the rescheduled date of February 9, 2019, please notify Gary atgary@cityofwildwood.com or Amanda at amanda@cityofwildwood.com, or call City Hall at (636) 458-0440, and a refund of your registration fee will be issued. 
 
Several spots remain for the rescheduled February 9, 2019 event date.  You may register at the following link, until February 6, 2019:  https://register.chronotrack.com/r/44926
 
Thank you for participating in this fun race and your understanding regarding its postponement. For more information about the event, click here: www.cityofwildwood.com/frozenfeet.


<< COMMUNITY AREA ANNOUNCEMENTS >>

Missouri Department of Conservation's Rockwood Reservation 

Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Rockwoods Reservation
Just because the temperatures drop, doesn’t mean you have to stay inside! There are many fun activities to do during winter, like maple sugaring, hiking, camping, bird-watching, outdoor photography, and fishing, to name a few. The Missouri Department of Conservation and local partnering organizations will help uncover the many different outdoor activities you can do in winter, along with information about how animals weather the season as well. It’s a day your whole family will enjoy! All activities are free and no reservations are required. Handicapped parking only will be available on-site. All other parking will be off-site at Pond Elementary (17200 Manchester Road) and the St. Louis Community College Wildwood campus (2645 Generations Drive). Shuttle buses to the event will be provided, and food trucks will be available on-site. This event occurs, whether its rain or shine, so please dress for the weather.
Babler State Park - Backyard Bird Count - February 16, 2019
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WILDWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE
WILDWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR 2019
(January through May 2019)

February 19, 2019 - Open (at this time - check back in January).

March 19, 2019 - Kenneth Johnson - Serenade to City Lights. Rare Images of Bands and Orchestras From the Dance Hall Era in Missouri. There is footage of Stovall’s in presentation.

April 13, 2019 - Kiwanis Club and Wildwood Historical Society TRIVIA NIGHT! Watch for more details later in 2019.

April 16, 2019 - Laine Boyd - author of Way Beyond the Blue.

May 21, 2019 - Christopher Alan Gordon, Writer at the Missouri Historical Society. Fire, Pestilence, and Death: St.  Louis -1849.
Taste of West County - Lafayette High School - February 25, 2019
Wildwood Family YMCA - Trivia Night - March 8, 2019
Great Programming @ Babler State Park - March through April 2019
Wildwood Family YMCA - Preschool Enrichment

YMCA Preschool Enrichment
Morning and Afternoon Options Still Available

The Wildwood Family YMCA is now enrolling friends, ages 3-5, for its Preschool Enrichment Program held  Monday through Friday, August 14, 2018 - May 22, 2019, 9:00 a.m. to -12:00 p.m. or 1:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Y! The program will feature swimming, gym time, outdoor garden education, crafts, story time, show & tell, outside play, interest centers, sensory stations, and family events, along with offering 2, 3 and 5 day attendance options. Sign up in person at the Y Welcome Center. Immunization records will be required. If you have any questions, please contact Tiphanie Johnston, at tiphanie.johnston@gwrymca.org, or call (636) 458-6636.
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.
Bethel Exercise - Mondays and Thursdays (9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a..m.)

<< PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS >>

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: www.cityofwildwood.com/list.aspx. 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: www.cityofwildwood.com/725/Park-and-Trail-Memorial-Program.

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.  

<< SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS
AND
 OPPORTUNITIES >>

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 www.shoemanwater.org/.

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. 

Ameren Missouri
Energy Efficiency Rebate Program

Residential programs are available to customers and can be viewed by clicking on the following link: www.ameren.com/energy-efficiency/residential/hvac/.

With the Start of 2019, Resolve to Stay Local ...
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: cityofwildwood.com/businessdirectoryii.aspx. 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 - www.wildwoodba.org. 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 joe@cityofwildwood.com. To contact City Hall by telephone, please call (636) 458-0440.

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