Stormwater Projects

The City of Wentzville provides stormwater management to meet the needs of our residents and customers.  Safe and clean streams and lakes, and flood control are a few of the goals we achieve for the community. 

Current Projects

Downtown Infrastructure Conditions Assessment                                            
CMP 3                     
Infrastructure is being inspected and televised.
Replacements and rehabilitation will be
prioritized and scheduled for 2021 pending
funding authorization. 
(8/13/20)                                    
                                                                                                                          


Completed Projects

Huntsdale Basin Retrofit 

Oasis Kwik Wash Basin Retrofit 

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Water quality improvements in and around this detention basin in Huntsdale Subdivision were funded by the Dry Branch Watershed 319 Grant. Video 

This car wash detention basin was not functioning and had maintenance issues from trash and standing water. Pavement runoff is now filtered through native plants in this bioretention basin. 

 

 

Heartland Park 

Bubbling Springs Utility Stabilization 

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Pervious pavement, athletic field biofilters, a native meadow, and parking lot bioswales help filter pollutants from runoff before it gets to the park's seven-acre lake. The lake forebay traps mud and trash coming with runoff from 500 acres of development along I-70 and Wentzville Pkwy.

Video & Fact Sheet

A geomorphic stream study helped determine solutions to stabilize utility infrastructure compromised by eroding creek banks. Construction of Phase I is complete. Construction of Phase II project (nearby) are pending funding. (5/21/18) 

   
Mexico Road Basin Reconstruction Brian Ct. Utility Stabilization, Phase II
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The basin was redesigned to drain water more effectively and address algae and poor vegetative growth issues due to nutrient deficiencies. 
Construction is complete with composite revetments, grade controls and sanitary line encasement to stabilize infrastructure compromised by eroding creek banks.
   
Pearce Blvd. Stormwater Repairs Utility Stabilization - 4610 & 4612 Darkwoods
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Repair work included replacing a deteriorated
storm line and infrastructure in the vicinity of
102 E. Pearce Blvd. 
Rock lined slopes, livestakes and grade controls help to stabilize storm infrastructure  compromised by eroding creek banks.                 
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