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Saint Peters, MO

#42 Feb 3, 2010
you're really ugly bish

Saint Peters, MO

#43 Feb 4, 2010
Pete wrote:
I may be mistaken but I can only think of one trailer park in Wentzville and it probably has all of 10 trailers in it. That being said those trailers are probably worth more than a bunch of the homes in Florissant.
Get the Facts

Warrenton, MO

#45 May 11, 2010
Asylum wrote:
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Whats bad?
Just re-elected Lambi, and newly elected Aldermen Stokes and Sample. If you check their campaign finance records, you'll see that the Home Building Association gave financial backing to these guys, which means they will be for the developers/builders FIRST before the residents of Wentzville. The latest fiasco is The Golf Club of Wentzville. Tomorrow's Board of Alderman meeting at Progress Park should be very, very interesting.

United States

#46 Jul 15, 2010
disagree wrote:
I wouldnt move to wentzville if I was paid too. Nothing but a bunch of slobs that think they have it so great. Its not. 3 murders in the last year, crime increase of over 35% in the last two years. over crowded schools, lots of N-word GM plant workers, meth labs, and soon it will all be developed into a cookie cutter city that looks like every other city, only the economy is so bad a lot of the centers will be built with nothing to go in them, or they will be abandoned when their lease is up. Wentzville is hardly anything special, its a dump. Florissant isnt without its problems but at least it has some decent features like its parks, and the quiet neighborhoods of houses, no trailer parks, and despite what most people think it is very safe. If I were to choose between these two citys I would choose Florissant. I dont live in either, but its easy to see Wentzville is going nowhere. The only reason its being developed is because O'Fallon is bleeding over. Wentzville does not have the administration, the city resources or the school district to handle the growth and it will fail.
you dumb piece of shit, you are a racist bastard. i live in wentzville, we aren't slobs, more than half of our population is made up with white people. it's a regular middle class city. you need to check your stats before you start trash talking wentzville, when your city is no better than ours.
Baited Breath

Saint Charles, MO

#47 Sep 2, 2010
Lots of racists on this blog.

Saint Louis, MO

#48 Nov 1, 2010
do u still live there? I am about to move there but am worried bout the stigmas that have been told to me. If u would be so kind to email me [email protected] thanks!
I came across this forum Googling Wentzville. I have to say that none of the Wentzville residents in this particular thread make Wentzville sound even remotely appealing. But as a resident of 6 years, I object.
And as a resident of the alleged "eye sore" of Wentzville, also known as Hidden Valley Estates, I am deeply offended by the claims that my home is an eye sore and/or an insult to Wentzville resident's apparent fragile sensibilities. I might also point out the obvious contradiction in saying that it's not visible from the "nicer areas" but it is an eye sore. There are only two places this neighborhood is visible from: 1) the neighborhood that was built directly around it by tearing up several square miles of forestry and 2) inside the 'hood. I've flown over this area in a small aircraft (and have the photographs to prove it). The "nicer" neighborhoods around Hidden Valley Estates and the bare patches yet to be developed are a HUGE eyesore - and a terrible shame. A lot of displaced wildlife is either dead or have moved on.(turkeys, coyotes, opossum, raccoons, etc.)
I lived in a so-called nice neighborhood in St. Peters for 14 years as a youth. In that time, I was physically assaulted, propositioned by a drive-by pervert displaying his unmentionables and trying to get me into his car (I was 15 at the time), and saw first hand the vandalism and destruction of private property by well-to-do hoodlums. I won't even get into the lack of law enforcement as it applies to domestic violence.
In contrast, I have not once been the victim of crime or civil rights violations in my "eye sore" of a low income 'hood. There are no "armed guards" at the entrance - we have diligent security (some are off duty police officers with second jobs) looking out for our well being and keeping the real riffraff out. If you have a criminal record, the riffraff is you. Criminal background checks are required for residency, so I am happy to report that unlike "nicer" neighborhoods, there are no sex offenders living in my 'hood. The back entrance was closed off to prevent people from sneaking onto private property, not off of it. We're living in a prison or a housing project?
Our homes are well maintained, a point of pride, and I don't see anything wrong with having working class neighbors. I am proud and content to call Wentzville my home, despite having elitist residents nearby. Thank goodness none of them are my immediate neighbors, what an ear sore.
All of that aside, if you're thinking of moving to Wentzville, I *would* recommend it. All shopping within 5 minutes driving distance anywhere in or around town, great residents (for the most part), low crime (at least in my neighborhood), access to two highways, diligent & respectful law enforcement, and multiple wonderful parks for recreation. Florissant residents more than welcome!
proud wentzville resident

Warwick, RI

#49 Nov 27, 2010
I grew up in wentzville and I love it here. I've lived in kingdom city Jeff city ofallon and one very small hick town in Indiana. I always end up back here. the people here are great for the most part. You do have a few racist rednecks and those who think they are better than everyone else. But you have that everywhere you go. the high school wasn't bad either. Not to many people were judgmental and most everybody got along. Normally welcomed new comers with open arms.(some smaller towns treat you like an outcast if you weren't born and raised there.) all and all I love my town. And if you're not from wentzville then you really can't say wentzville is so horrible. We have our problems but all cities and towns do!

Chicago, IL

#50 Jan 17, 2011
I just moved here as of last July, and I absolutely love it here. I lived in a very small town way down south MO, and this is the best move I've ever made. I lived in Jefferson City, MO for 12 yrs, and then moved back to my home town where they know when u flush ur toilet. This is so much better! My youngest child has done a complete 360 degree turn around in the school system with friends and good grades. Great job opportunities for my 3 different degrees I have, and my fiancé is wonderful. This is the best of my life ever. So, GO HOLT!!!
Wentzville Heights Reside

O Fallon, MO

#51 Feb 13, 2011
The mayor of Florissant should come to the Wentzville Heights subdivison and check it out himself.
taxpayer wrote:
mayor of floissant said it is bad.
a local

Orange City, FL

#52 Feb 13, 2011
the heights has changed a lot over the last half a dozen years---for the better. The police have really cleaned it up! Thank you!

Troy, MO

#54 Jun 10, 2011
Flint wrote:
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No but thanks for the warning!
The only bad area of Wentzville is what locals call the "heights" its near the GM plant at 40 / 70. Its a Govt housing project thats been there for 20+ years. The city gets revenue for having it, but its a huge eye sore and contains a ton of questionable residents. Luckily you can't see it from the nicer areas, but it needs to be removed.
They even have an armed guard at the entrance, and removed the rear entrance to keep better tabs on the residents. Its where I believe the murderer was also hiding out that was on the run a few weeks ago.
Anyhow I wish we could do something about this place, if it wasn't for that Wentzville would be a notch above OFallon for the place to be.
You are totally wrong... the Heights is located at 40 and Pitman, on the south side of the Plant. There is some section 8 housing and some privately owned homes. And like any neighborhood, some are run down and some are well maintained. There are problems there, but with increased community involvement and police patrols it could be a nice area.

The Area that you are referring to is "Hidden Valley", and yes, they have a guard. But it is well maintained, and the strict rules for the residents prevent anyone with criminal history from even visiting. It is now a safe and nice place for these residents.

You can't tear down and remove all low income housing. Not everyone can afford a McMansion. Many of these people are hard-working honest citizens, a vital part of a diverse society.

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#55 Feb 2, 2013
I lived in &#65279;the heights for 5 years of my life and u couldn't throw a rock 5 fat without either hitting a member of &#65279;the blood or hitting a crack head or hitting someone who was wanted. Also there was a lot of rapes almost daily. Other than that one of the most safest parts of wenzville.

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#56 Feb 2, 2013
And BTW , if &#65279;the school district sucks so much than y r we top school district in &#65279;the state of Missouri for the past 6 years?

Saint Peters, MO

#57 Feb 4, 2013
Its really kinda funny that this post started in 2008, just when the politicians were getting more your eyes wentzville and throw out all incumbents!

O Fallon, MO

#58 Feb 5, 2013
disgusted2 wrote:
Its really kinda funny that this post started in 2008, just when the politicians were getting more your eyes wentzville and throw out all incumbents!
I absolutely agree, and also don't re-elect Lackey!
Potential Renter

O Fallon, MO

#59 Feb 12, 2013
Can you live in Hidden Valley with an eviction on your record? I heard that you can't. I have an eviction, but it's paid in full.
Al Abama

Wentzville, MO

#60 Apr 23, 2015
Some good info to read and digest
hope w

United States

#61 Apr 26, 2015
Was there an event this weekend at the stone meadows clubhouse?

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