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Weldon Spring declares state of emergency, releases executive order

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In an emergency meeting on March 26, Mayor Donald Licklider of Weldon Spring issued regulations to prevent the spread of the Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19]. These regulations will be effective immediately and remain in place until rescinded by his office or modified by the city’s Board of Aldermen. 

  1. “The City Administrator is hereby designated as the Emergency Manager for the City of Weldon Spring during this period of crisis; the Community Relation Coordinator is hereby designated as the Public Information Officer and should be the main point of contact for the City of Weldon Spring for any information regarding this health crisis.
  2. “The City of Weldon Spring will take all necessary steps and actions to protect the health and general welfare of its employees, officials, residents and businesses during the COVID-19 health crisis.”

The executive order was issued by the mayor on March 16 and ratified by the full board of aldermen during an emergency meeting held March 26.

The city of Weldon Spring has also closed the Weldon Spring City Park playground to the public until further notice. All pavilion and ballfield reservations have also been canceled for the month of April.

However, the city is still currently accepting applications for permits and other permissions.

As of March 31, the hours for the Weldon Spring City Hall [located at 5401 Independence Road] have not been impacted. For updates on rescheduling or further cancellations, visit

Those with COVID-19 symptoms such as dry cough and fever, isolate yourself from others and call a healthcare provider. For questions, call the St. Charles County Public Health Information Hotline at (636) 949-1899, or visit

The city of Weldon Spring follows guidance from the St. Charles County Department of Public Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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