FAQ Regarding Neighborhood Association
Is there a subscription based Calendar for Neighborhood updates & reminders?
Who are the current Board members & Trustees of Wydown Forest Association?
About Us: Board & Trustees
What are the Board & Trustees duties and responsibilities?
When should dues be paid and what are they used for?
Dues are collected in January for the upcoming year. For example, $25 is due by Jan 31, 2020 which covers Jan.1-Dec. 31, 2020. Generally, this money funds neighborhood parties, island/neighborhood beautification, communications (website, email, flyers, directory, etc.), welcome packets, and city worker appreciation (police & fire gift cards). We keep a fund in the off chance we need a lawyer for indenture projects, trustee issues, and other non-standard safeguards.*
I noticed I am not listed, or my information is incorrect, in the Neighborhood Directory. How do I get this fixed?
What are Neighborhood Standards, Construction & Approval Processes?
- Plans and Intent are to be submitted to the Board & Trustees for Review.
Where can I review Real Estate listings in the area?
FAQ Regarding City of Clayton Services
Recycling Best Practices:
Recycling is available to all residents and is collected once a week. All recyclables should be rinsed. All materials are to be placed in a designated and labeled recycling bin provided by the resident or rented through Republic Services. In Clayton, we have single stream recycling, which mean you can throw all recycling in one bin. Below is a list of items that can be recycled as well as a quick reference sheet with guidelines on what should not be recycled.
Dirty Dozen of Recycling – items that should not be placed in recycle bin.
Containers: Glass, Plastic & Cans
- Aluminum cans, trays and foil
- Table top containers, such as milk and juice cartons
- Steel and tins cans (including aerosol)
- #1, 2,3,4,5, and 7 clear of colored plastic such as detergent fabric softener, coffee containers, yogurt cups, household cleaners ad beauty aids, beverage bottles and food containers.
- Plastic buckets, such as kitty litter containers (5 gallon size maximum).
- Glass bottles and jars (clear, brown, green); does not include window glass, dinnerware or ceramics.
- Newspaper, including inserts (no plastic sleeves)
- Cardboard (no waxed cardboard)
- Kraft (brown paper) bags
- Magazines, catalogs and telephone books
- Office computer paper, notebooks and gift wrap paper (no metal clips, spirals, binders)
- Chipboard (cereal, cake & food mix boxes, gift boxes with plastic insides removed)
- Carrier Stock (soda & beer can carrying cases)
- Mail, junk mail and envelopes (no plastic cards, stick-on labels or unused stamps)
- Paperback books (no hard cover books)
- Paint or spray paint cans.
- Mirrors, light bulbs, pesticide/herbicide containers
- Plastic wrappers
- Bleach or motor oil containers
- No household hazardous waste (wet paint, strong cleaning agents, tires, auto batteries, etc.) For more information about Household Hazardous Waste you can call the Waste Management Branch of St. Louis County.
- Textiles (Local alternatives for textile recycling are below)
If it is raining the day of pick up, we ask you to take any paper material out of the recycling and save for the next pick up day. Multi-family buildings should contact their building management with any questions.
The City of Clayton offers a Spring Electronic Recycling Event, additional information regarding events will be highlighted on the website as the event approaches.
Did You Know?
Americans throw away 25% more waste during the Thanksgiving to New Year’s holiday season more than any other time of year. This extra garbage amounts to 1 million tons of waste.
republic service customer service department (636) 947-5959
I have a problem with Clayton Services. Can I report it?
When is Neighborhood Leaf Collection?
Will Clayton dispose of my Christmas Tree?
Yes. Christmas trees are picked at the curb on your regularly schedule Yard Waste Collection day of the week through the entire month of January. All Christmas trees 6 feet and taller must be cut in half. After Jan. 31st trees will have to be cut up in 4 feet by 2 feet bundles tied and left for your regular pick up in the rear of your home.
REPUBLIC SERVICE CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (636) 947-5959
How do I contact the Utilities available in Clayton?
How do I apply for Building Permits?
I have a tree problem, where do I start?
Does Clayton provide Street Sweeping Services?
Where can I find more useful information about the City of Clayton & Wydown Forest Neighborhood?
Wydown Forest Neighborhood Directory has helpful phone numbers and contact information regarding resident services, maintenance, and building & permit.