The city of Wentzville sits at "the crossroads of the nation," according to its website. Wentzville is situated at…More the intersection of Interstates 40 and 70. In 2008, Wentzville was named Missouri's Boomtown.
The city of 24,000 people has a small town feel with big city proximity, good schools and parks.
According to the city, the vision of Wentzville is a "community of neighbors working together to build a better future."
Wentzville Chamber of Commerce 113 E Pearce Blvd, Wentzville, MO63385 The Wentzville Chamber of Commerce is in place to help make Wentzville a better place to live and work for its citizens.…More They also seek to help to build a healthy economy and enhance the growth of an already fast-growing city.
The City of Wentzville Public Works Department is divided into eight divisions: building, building services,…More engineering, planning, streets, water, wastewater and vehicle maintenance.
The maintenance shed and offices are located on 4th Street in downtown Wentzville. Diane Bolderson is the city's building official. The water/wastewater superintendent is Gary Miller. The City Planner is Doug Forbeck.
Schnuck Markets 1960 Wentzville Pky, Wentzville, MO63385 Schnucks is a privately owned chain of more than 90 supermarkets in the St. Louis Area and other Midwestern states. The…More Wentzville market is located in the heart of the city's newer business district just off Highway 70. When shopping for groceries customers can also take advantage of other services such as the floral department, pharmacy services, bakery goods, meat department and Redbox DVD rentals.