City of Wentzville MO – Government

Each year, as part of National Night Out, residents from more than 15,000 communities nationwide join together to send a message to criminals that they are organized and fighting back against crime. 2018 marks the event’s 35th anniversary.

This year, National Night Out will be celebrated on Tuesday, Aug. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. During that time, City officials, along with representatives from the Wentzville Police Department and Wentzville Fire Protection District will circulate throughout the community visiting neighborhood National Night Out celebrations.

As part of this community initiative, Wentzville invites residents to turn on their porch lights, go outside and join with neighbors in block parties, cookouts, flashlight walks and other activities. Making a point to meet and get to know your neighbors can take a big step toward combating crime.

If your neighborhood would like a visit from City officials, or if you need more information or suggestions about how to plan your own National Night Out activities, please call Officer Mainieri at (636) 639-2171. For more information and ideas, please visit

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