Wentzville, MO

Wentzville, Missouri has a total population of 29,070.

Wentzville was founded in 1855 when the great movement of pioneers across our country was reaching its highest tempo. A railroad was pushing across Missouri to the west to carry these settlers and to furnish services for those few who were already established in the new area. This movement prompted William M. Allen, a great landowner and slaveholder to Western St. Charles County, to give a tract of land along the railroad right-of-way to establish a station to serve the local community. Wentzville was incorporated as a fourth class city in March of 1872.

Today, Wentzville has a population of 29,070 and has been the home to General Motors Corporation since 1980.

While visiting Wentzville test your skills at either Wacky Warriors or the Lindenwood University Ice Arena. You can also visit the National Horseshoe Pitchers Hall of Fame and try your luck by pitching on 16 indoor and 16 outdoor courts.

You can reach the city of Wentzville at 636-327-5101 or at wentzvillemo.org.

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