Corridor Preservation Project/ Environmental Assessment
The City of Wentzville is planning a new roadway for western Wentzville and St. Charles County. The proposed roadway, referred to as the David Hoekel Parkway, would provide a new connection between I-70 and US 61. Beginning just south of I-70 at Point Prairie Road and Jackson Road, the parkway passes north and east through parts of Wentzville before ending near Mette Road and Highway P in Flint Hill.
The David Hoekel Parkway Environmental Assessment (EA) is complete and the AJR is in the final stages of approval by the Federal Highway Administration and the Missouri Department of Transportation. The EA is approved with a Finding of No Significant Impact, and the project has moved forward into project design for Phase I. Funding has been identified by the City of Wentzville in cooperation with St. Charles County Road Board to begin design of Phase II with a partial interchange at I-70 and a 2 lane road connecting to Goodfellow Road to the north and Interstate Drive to the South.
The following materials provide an overview of the David Hoekel Parkway Environmental Assessment project.
- David Hoekel Parkway Selected Alternative Map
- David Hoekel Parkway Draft Environmental Assessment October 2009
- David Hoekel Parkway Draft Environmental Assessment Appendices October 2009
- Location Study/Corridor Preservation Documents
- David Hoekel Parkway Access Justification Request (AJR) February 2014
- David Hoekel Parkway FINAL Environmental Assessment November 2014
- David Hoekel Parkway FINAL Environmental Assessment Appendices November 2014