Wildwood considers what to do about its playgrounds

The city’s four main playgrounds have been closed since March 16, due to concern over COVID-19. However, before a municipality can reopen its playgrounds, it must receive approval from the St. Louis County Department of Public Health.

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Ellisville-Bliss site rises up again in Wildwood

The Wildwood City Council is considering two pieces of environmentally centered legislation – the addition of a Special Circumstances Overlay District and an agreement with Geotechnology, Inc. for environmental services on the Strecker Road sidewalk project.

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Reimagining West County’s iconic dove

Sherry Salant with her Dove Love Art Walk entry

Eleven artists were commissioned to create large-format works, which are on display now through Sept. 30 throughout West County’s lower level between anchor stores Nordstrom and JCPenny.

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Rockwood set to welcome some students back to campus

On Friday, Sept. 18, Rockwood will send an email to parents of children in preschool, kindergarten, and grades one and two asking those families (minus preschool) to indicate which plan – distance or on-campus learning – they will participate in moving forward.

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