City of Wheaton Public Works Department 821 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton, IL60187 The Wheaton Public Works Department operates the city's Street, Water, Sewer and Forestry divisions and the Municipal…More Garage. With more than 70 full-time employees, the Public Works Department maintains and repairs city vehicles, streets, sewer lines, traffic signs and lights, the water system and more, and also provides snow removal, street sweeping and roadway striping. According to its mission statement, the Public Works Department values teamwork, flexibility, creativity, communication, accountability and safety. For complete descriptions of Public Works services and programs, see the department's website.
Mcclaren Wilson and Lawrie 330 S Naperville Rd, Wheaton, IL60187 Mcclaren Wilson and Lawrie, Inc. offers architectural services in Wheaton, Ill. The architects specialize in the…More programming, planning and designing of the building projects. These facilities include courts, police stations, city hall and public safety training centers.
DuPage Coffeehouse 213 S Wheaton Ave, Wheaton, IL60187 The DuPage Coffeehouse is a community organization meeting on the first Wednesday of every month at the Two Thirteen…More Building in Downtown Wheaton. The group meets and offers a place for people in the community to come together and talk about concerns in the community and how to improve it for the next generation. The meetings are free and open to the public and each month an independent planning team presents a theme with well-researched facts and promotes discussion. Some topics include immigration issues, community concerns, safety concerns and more. Check the main site for details or call to reserve a seat at the meeting.
The Warming Shelter is open during winter months (weather permitting). The shelter accommodates those participating…More in outdoor recreation (sledding or skating) at Northside Park. The warming shelter offers restrooms and limited concessions to the public. There is no skate rental.
Please note: The Wheaton Park District reserves the right to close the shelter house at any time. It will be closed if there are not enough participants to warrant keeping it open or in case of inclement weather. Outdoor recreation at Northside Park is not limited to warming shelter hours.
Northside Park Outdoor Recreation Rules and Regulations:
Outdoor recreation (skating & sledding) is subject to weather and snowfall conditions. If conditions are deemed unsafe; the skating rink and sled hill may close.
Sledding can be a hazardous activity and allows for substantial risk
Use is at visitor’s risk
Use of Snowboards and Skis is strictly prohibited
Building of Moguls, Ramps, Jumps, Bumps and Hills are strictly prohibited
Sledding Hill may be closed due to lack of snow cover or for any other safety-related reason
Pets are strictly prohibited on sled hill
Skating is not permitted behind the island, or beyond the bridge.
Hockey (or passing the puck) is NOT permitted in front of the warming house. It is permitted to the far right or closer to the bridge.
For an update on the skating conditions at Northside Park, call the Park District Ice Conditions Information Line. Information is updated as changes occur.
Flags: red means ice is closed, green means ice is open