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Communications and Community Relations

To promote transparency and public engagement, the City communicates with its residents and business owners through a variety of mediums, including social media, print and digital publications, press releases and more.

In 2019, the City conducted a Communications Audit, which included surveying residents and gathering detailed information through stakeholder focus groups. The results of this audit were used to create the City’s 2020-2025 Communications Plan. The Wentzville Communications plan acts as a guide for our efforts to inform and educate the public.

The City produces several publications throughout the year, which include valuable information on government operations. The City relies on our stakeholders to seek out the tools that they prefer to use to get details on news, events, programs and more.

Click below to access our printed and virtual publications.

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The Vision

The City newsletter is printed and mailed to residents six times each year with updates on Citywide operations, issues, services and projects.

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Mailed monthly as a utility-bill insert, Noteworthy provides important reminders about upcoming City events.

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Fun Times

Wentzville’s Parks and Recreation brochure is updated three times each year with seasonal information about City sports leagues, youth and adult programs, special events and more!

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Press Releases

The City sends alerts and press releases to local media as necessary. If you are a member of the media and would like to be added to our press release contact list, please email

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CityScape is a transportation guide, that is designed to inform you about the ongoing projects shaping our City’s infrastructure and development.

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The Buzz

The Buzz






In regard to monitoring of social media, the City will adhere to a strict policy.

Third-party comments, posts, photos, etc., from residents, businesses and the like, will be rejected or removed if possible when the content of a comment:

  • Contains personally identifying information or sensitive personal information
  • Is threatening, harassing or discriminatory
  • Incites or promotes violence or illegal activities
  • Contains information that reasonably could compromise public safety
  • Advertises or promotes commercial products, services or any entity or individual
  • Promotes or endorses political campaigns or candidates
  • Commercial promotions or spam
  • Violates copyright protections