Electronics Recycling Event
Do you have electronic waste — old phones, broken laptops, worn-out power tools? You can recycle them all at the City's FREE* Electronics Recycling and Personal Document Shredding event on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 9-11:30 a.m.
Aside from keeping electronic waste out of our landfills, electronics recycling helps conserve our natural resources and save money. Help us keep our local landfills free of electronic waste and join us for this drive-thru-and-drop-off style event at North Point High School, located at 2255 W. Meyer Rd.
This event is open to individuals and families residing in the City of Wentzville; no businesses, please. Almost anything with a plug is accepted FREE for this electronics recycling event, but *some items (such as TVs and items containing Freon) will incur a fee. To view a list of accepted (and not accepted) items and those with a fee, please click here.
Personal shredding is limited to six “Bankers Boxes” (or the same size) OR three 13-gallon (kitchen-sized) garbage bags, per vehicle. Please note: Participants should ONLY shred items with personally identifiable information. Items that DO NOT contain personally identifiable information should be recycled directly in your curbside recycling cart.
Fall Tree-Limb Pickup
Twice yearly, the City provides residents with a free, convenient way to dispose of small tree limbs. Again this year, the fall pickup will take place by ward. Please note that the dates occur slightly later this year. If you're unsure about which ward you live in, visit www.wentzvillemo.gov/WardMap.
The fall 2023 schedule is as follows:
- Ward 1: Week of Oct. 30
- Ward 2: Week of Nov. 6
- Ward 3: Week of Nov. 13
Tree limbs and branches for the Chipper Program must be stacked at the curb by 6 a.m. on Monday of your Ward's scheduled Chipper Program week. Tree branches and tree limbs should NOT be bundled or placed in bags. Bagged or tie-bundled materials will not be picked up. Tree limbs are defined by the largest cut end measuring up to six inches in diameter. This also includes small tree trunks measuring the same diameter above. Please leave tree limbs as long as possible and face the butt/cut end to the street. Do NOT block the sidewalk with tree limbs. Questions? Call Public Works at (636) 327-5101 or click here.
Citizen of the Year Nomination
Do you know someone who makes a difference in Wentzville? Nominate them for Wentzville’s Citizen of the Year Award! The Citizen Recognition Program acknowledges outstanding individuals and groups that make a significant contribution, a positive impact or an improvement to the quality of life for citizens in our community.
Nominations are open year-round, but time is running out to nominate someone for the 2023 award. Recognition categories include service, community spirit, volunteerism and more.
Nomination forms and eligibility requirements are available here. The Board of Aldermen will present the 2023 Citizen of the Year Award during a Board meeting in early 2024.
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