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Please be advised that prior to Fall Festival there will be street closures in Historic Downtown Wentzville for the event. Fall Festival is scheduled for Sept. 16-17 in Historic Downtown Wentzville. The festival hours are:

  •   Friday, Sept. 16               6-10:30 p.m.
  •   Saturday, Sept. 17         Noon-10:30 p.m.

Pedestrian safety during the event is a priority and street closures are necessary while patrons gather in Historic Downtown Wentzville to enjoy all of the fun-filled activities. We will make every effort to keep access available to businesses as long as possible but there will be a time when we will need to close the streets to ensure the safety of all staff and vendors. The festival area is largely confined to East Main Street (from Linn Avenue to South McRoberts Street). Please be aware that the following road closures are subject to change in the interest of public safety.

  • Thursday, Sept. 15 – East Main Street (from Linn Avenue to South McRoberts Street) will begin at 11:59 p.m., and stay in effect all day Friday, Sept. 16 until Saturday, Sept. 17 at midnight. This also includes South Talley Street, South Whitehead Street, and South Elm Street from East Main Street to East Pitman Avenue.

 The following intersections and roads will be closed Sept. 16-17:

South of Railroad Tracks:

  • East Main Street from Linn Avenue to South McRoberts Street. 
    • Local traffic from South McRoberts Street to Talley Street. 
  • South Elm Street from East Main Street to Pitman Avenue
  • Whitehead Street from East Main Street to Pitman Avenue
  • South Talley Street from East Main Street to Pitman Avenue

These streets will be closed to traffic with the exception of residential traffic that lies within the festival area. We will begin reopening some of the streets early Sunday morning after the festival is complete but some streets may not be fully open until Sunday afternoon. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (636) 332-9236. We appreciate your patience!

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