Manchester Business Newsletter

Welcome to our business newsletter

Welcome to the City of Manchester’s first Small Business Newsletter! In an effort to grow our partnership and support our small businesses, the City began hosting small business gatherings last year. They have been a great opportunity for the City to connect on a more personal level with our business owners and we appreciate all of the feedback and suggestions that we have received. This quarterly newsletter is one of the many great things that has come out of those meetings. The newsletter will be published on the City’s website and if you would like to receive notifications, please sign up [here]. Given that this is a new venture for all of us, we welcome topic suggestions and/or feedback!


A message from the Manchester small business association

Hello Mr./Mrs. Business Owner, 
I would like to invite you to join the Manchester Business Association (MBA), a new association designed to promote increased visibility for the betterment of the business community in the Manchester area. 
Additionally, we would like to invite you to the next small business meeting (details below), which is held in conjunction with the City of Manchester. This meeting will be the official launch of the Manchester Business Association, as well as an opportunity to meet with the Mayor, Alderman, and other city officials. 
The goals of this meeting will be: 
- Introduction of the MBA and its board members
- Update on City business news
- Outcome from forced city/county (Better Together) unification 
Meeting Details:
DATE: April 11th
TIME: 7:30 am
LOCATION: Manchester Parks Building Conference Room
Paul Schroeder Park
359 Old Meramec Station Road
Manchester, MO 63011
If you're ready to sign up for the group now, here's what you need to do:
-Fill out the form -->


Sponsorship opportunities—a letter from the Manchester homecoming committee

Greetings from the Manchester Homecoming Committee! We are excited to be celebrating our Annual Manchester Homecoming on September 6-8, 2019 at Paul A. Schroeder Park.
Homecoming is a family oriented weekend complete with carnival rides, great raffle prizes, food, live music, free kids activities, a parade, arts and crafts vendors, and great hourly attendance prizes, making this a truly exciting event.
We attribute much of our success to the support we receive from the businesses in and around the St. Louis area. The Manchester Homecoming Committee would like to extend an invitation to you and your business to participate in making this year's celebration successful. No matter how big or how small, we welcome any donations. Donations are used as attendance and raffle prizes throughout the weekend and some donations of cash, goods and or services will be featured on the raffle tickets. Your donation will be acknowledged at Homecoming and in area print publications and the website promoting Homecoming. In addition, we prominently display a list of all donors near the Committee Booth and announce donors over the P.A. system throughout the weekend.
Proceeds from Homecoming go toward enhancing our park system. Some of the projects that the committee has helped to finance include; accessible playground equipment, foot bridges, memorial trees, a gazebo, and bronze statues at Paul A. Schroeder Park.
If you can support Homecoming with a donation, or in any other way, please call us at 636-391-6326 ext. 400 or email We are more than happy to come pick up your donation or you can mail your donation to:
City of Manchester Homecoming Committee
359 Old Meramec Station Rd.
Manchester, Mo 63021.
Thank you for supporting Manchester Homecoming.
Pat Muir
Chair, Donations Committee

Welcome Police Chief Scott R. Will!

On January 7, 2019, the Board of Aldermen approved Scott Will as the New Manchester Chief of Police. Chief Will started February 4th.

Chief Will comes to the City of Manchester with more than 34 years of progressive law enforcement and diverse management experience, most recently having been the Police Captain at the Maryland Heights Police Department. Chief Will is a St. Louis area native who graduated from Hazelwood Central High School, and went on to earn his Associates, Bachelors and Masters Degrees all in criminal justice related fields, and Chief Will has performed duties in all  areas of policing except undercover work. In addition, Chief Will has been the Deputy Commander of the Major Case Squad since 2007, and he is an Adjunct Professor and Area Chair of the Criminal Justice Department at a local university.

Chief Will has been married to his wife, Jaynee, for 31 years, and they have two adult daughters. He is a Dive Master in Scuba Diving and plays ice hockey and softball in his spare time.

Chief Scott Will
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