Downtown Wheaton Association 129 W Front St, Wheaton, IL60187 This is an organization for retailers in the downtown community. The association works in partnerships with the City of…More Wheaton and the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce to offer consulting assistance, business loans and grants.
City of Wheaton City Hall 303 W Wesley St, Wheaton, IL60187 City Hall is home to the Finance, Building, Engineering, Planning, and Economic Development departments on the first…More floor. The second floor is home to the administrative offices including the City Manager's and City Clerk's offices, City Council Chambers, and the Gamon Meeting Room. The Wheaton City Council is comprised of six representatives and the mayor, all elected by Wheaton voters. Four Council members represent Wheaton's four voting districts, while two members and the mayor are elected at-large. City Council meetings are on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00pm in the City Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall. The annex building, located west of City Hall, is the Communications department.
City of Wheaton Public Works Department, Street Division 821 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton, IL60187 The largest section of the Wheaton Public Works Department, the Street Division maintains city streets, traffic signals,…More street lights and signs. It is also responsible for snow removal, street sweeps, temporary patching and approving block party permits. With more than 165 miles of streets to sweep in Wheaton, there are usually two sweepers running for two shifts. Downtown Wheaton is swept more frequently.
Excel Driving School 943 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton, IL60187 Excel Driving School is part of a nationwide chain of certified driver instruction facilities. The Wheaton location…More opened in 2000 and the school offers classes for first-time drivers, adults and senior citizens. The school also specializes in teaching stick-shift driving. Excel is west of downtown Wheaton, and tucked away behind Wheaton city buildings.
Since 1992, The City of Wheaton has used water from Lake Michigan, which is treated at Chicago's Jardine Water…More Purification Plant. The Water Division provides water to the community and maintains 230 miles of water main, 2,400 fire hydrants and 16,400 water services.
The City of Wheaton partnered with the DuPage Water Commission to achieve the goals of the Water Conservation and Protection Program. The program includes a 10-year plan to reduce water use by 10 percent per person. Wheaton residents are encouraged to participate in the program by taking a pledge to "Preserve Every Drop" and conserve water in their bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms and outside areas.