Ongoing projects around Wentzville are listed below.
For other upcoming events, please check out our Events Calendar.
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 & GM Earth Day Festival
Come out to the GM Earth Day Festival and enjoy live music, kids activities, and the Run for the Rivers 5K.
GREEN & Earth Force
This year marks the 14th anniversary of the GREEN partnership with schools, General Motors, Earth Force and the City of Wentzville. Students are working on several exciting civic action projects which will positively change our community while helping them hone their science, engineering, communication, and social studies skills.
2017 Student Project Topics
- Design contest to decorate Wentzville park trash cans
- Rain garden restoration at Wentzville Middle School
- Heartland Park fish habitat
- Heartland Park monarchs and native bees habitat
- Recycling outreach
- Multi-family home development recycling policy proposition
For project updates be sure to check the student project homepage and look for the student project booths at the GM Earth Day Festival, April 1st at Rotary Park.
Interested in other student GREEN projects? See what civic action minded students have accomplished in recent years.
Know what's in the water by testing it! Our goal is to have an active team on every creek in Wentzville. Get free training and equipment by becoming a Volunteer Water Quality Monitor with Stream Team. Learn More.
Missouri Stream Team is having their 25th Anniversary. Be sure to check it out, and don't miss your chance to win some great prizes.
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.