Ongoing projects around Wentzville are listed below.
Get Involved - Tackle Litter
Calling all people who live, work or play in Wentzville! Are you looking for ways to collaborate in community projects to tackle litter, including the #HelpHeartland and #ProtectOurWaterways efforts spurred by Wentzville residents, park goers and business owners?
Follow this link and let us know how you would like to get involved!
The Adopt-a-Spot Program creates a cleaner, more pleasant environment for all who live, work and shop in the City of Wentzville. Neighbors and merchants can work together to keep our City's public spaces, streets, parks, streams, lakes beautiful.
It's easy to get involved! Learn more about the Adopt-a-Spot Program.
Mission: Clean Stream
Get involved in your community while helping monitor and improve the local water quality!
Why Monitor Streams?
Clean, safe, usable water is essential to all life. Point sources and nonpoint sources of pollution—urban run-off that flows into storm drains from commercial practices as well as housekeeping practices—can negatively impact water quality downstream.
Protecting and ensuring the health of our streams and watersheds is everyone’s responsibility. It takes a collaborative network of dedicated and educated citizens all working together to understand and raise awareness about water issues, prevent water pollution, and improve water quality.
How do I become a water quality monitor?
The first step is to sign up for one of our Introductory workshops. Space is limited for these training classes, so register early!
Click here for more information on the program.
Make a Difference Day
Held annually the fourth Saturday in October, Make A Difference Day is a national day of improving our community -- a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. Help beautify our town by picking up litter near your neighborhood or school. Tackle invasive plants on your property or common grounds. Call (636) 639-2055 for info.
Storm Drain Marking
Help educate the community about storm drains leading to streams by installing metal storm drain markers around town. Program runs March to mid October. For ages 13 and up. Call (636) 639-2055 for details.
St. Louis Regional Envirothon - High Schoolers Invited to Participate
High-school students are invited to register as a team to participate in the St. Louis Regional Envirothon Competition, sponsored by the St. Charles Soil & Water Conservation District, in partnership with the City of Wentzville and the Missouri Department of Conservation. Teams compete at the regional, state and international levels and are eligible for scholarships.
Students and coaches receive hands-on training, STEM and field ecology experiences in state parks and conservation areas, access to career resources, and work directly with professionals to find solutions to address complex real-world resource management issues in these topics:
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Start a Team! It’s Easy!
Teams consist of five students with one alternate. Each team needs a designated coach which could be a teacher, parent, club leader or school administrator. Ask an advisor about how to start a team today! For info, call (636) 922-2833, ext. 3.
St. Louis Regional Envirothon (Brochure)
Missouri State Envirothon