Winter Weather Notice
A Winter Weather Watch and Wind Chill Watch will take effect Thursday (12/22) morning. The National Weather Service is forecasting snow and dangerously cold wind chills. Click here for more weather details.
Waste Connections is following a normal collection schedule during the holiday. However, it is possible that weather conditions may impact your collection.
If your collection is suspended by Waste Connections, it is advisable to leave your container out for the next day or until specific instructions are provided by Waste Connections via a robocall, their website, app, or by the City on the website or social media.
SNOW REMOVAL - PLOWS
During significant snowfall, City contractors will be working to treat public roads. Priority will be given to primary roads, through streets, and hills. Please be patient as they work to cover over 165 miles of Wildwood roads.
Avoid on-street parking, particularly within cul-de-sacs, as this will help snow plows keep your streets clear. Please assist by keeping roads cleared of parked cars.
AMEREN - POWER
In case of an outage, Ameren asks that customers report it immediately through the Ameren Mobile App, online at Ameren.com, or by calling 800-552-7583. It is encouraged to use the Ameren app so you can register for text updates or follow the outage map.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS TO KEEP ON HAND
Wildwood Police Precinct Non-Emergency: 636-458-9194
Wildwood City Hall: 636-458-0440
Missouri Department of Transportation (State Roads): 314-340-4100
St. Louis County Dept. of Highways and Traffic (County Roads): 314-615-1111
Missouri American Water: 866-430-0820
Waste Connections: 636-321-2100
MoDOT provides a traveler information map with updates on closures and delays. You can see the map at: http://traveler.modot.org/map
Please exercise caution if you must travel.
SNOW REMOVAL TIPS
Exercise caution when clearing snow, it can be wet and heavy.
If you have a heart or health condition, exercise extreme caution.
Always shovel lighter loads of snow, not a heavily packed shovel.
Take breaks often.
If you live next to a fire hydrant, help clear snow around it for easier visibility and access by first responders.
BUSINESS OPENINGS & CLOSINGS
Check before you head out to see if the business is opened or closed. Some businesses will announce that they will be closed on social media.