News

7/2/2022 | Posted in: News
A little rain doesn't scare us! We are still on for the Independence Celebration from 4 to 10 pm. In the event of lightning, we will have to shut down the inflatables. 
6/30/2022 | Posted in: News
Handicapped parking for the Independence Celebration will be on the paved lots of City Hall. General Parking will start on Independence Road, driveways and cross streets should not be blocked. Carp...
6/21/2022 | Posted in: News
The St. Charles County Police Department provides extra patrol and vacation checks to residents and business owners of Weldon Spring at no cost. Officers will perform random checks for residences, ...
6/20/2022 | Posted in: News
The St. Charles County Police Department is committed to the safety and protection of Weldon Spring citizens. St. Charles County Police Department is asking residents and businesses to assist in sa...
6/15/2022 | Posted in: News
The City of Weldon Spring welcomes Madeline Haug as the new Public Relations and Marketing intern for the summer of 2022. Ms. Haug, of Chesterfield, MO, is a rising Senior at Southeast Missouri Sta...
6/14/2022 | Posted in: News
On June 11th, the City of Weldon Spring Parks hosted the community for the annual Kids Fishing Day at the lake in Weldon Spring City Park. Families had a great time catching fish, eating hotdogs, a...
6/14/2022 | Posted in: News
The City of Weldon Spring’s Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) has adopted the City-wide Parks & Greenway Master Plan 2022. This master plan will direct improvements of the ...
6/13/2022 | Posted in: News
On April 5th, 2022, the voters of Weldon Spring approved Prop S, a 1% Sales Tax for Roads and Police. The new sales tax will likely go in effect in October of this year. The Mayor, Board of Alderme...
6/10/2022 | Posted in: News
On April 28, 2022, the swearing-in of the Alderpersons for Wards I, II, and III commenced. Anderson “Andy” Clutter was reelected Alderman after running unopposed in Ward I. Edwina ...
6/9/2022 | Posted in: News
After six impactful years as an alderman, Don Schwaab decided to pass the torch to another. Mr. Schwaab ran for alderman after being inspired by the community’s unified response to a tornado....