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City of Wheaton Public Works Department
821 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton, IL 60187
The Wheaton Public Works Department operates the city's Street, Water, Sewer and Forestry divisions and the MunicipalMore 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. 
Wheaton Public Library
225 N. Cross St., Wheaton, IL 60187
Wheaton Public Library was voted 2013's Best Public Library by readers of West Suburban Living Magazine. It features aMore large catalog of over 400,000 books, over 15,000 DVDs and Blu-rays, public computers, free wi-fi access, and plenty of comfortable areas to sit, read, work, or study. The library’s 2007 addition and renovation included a direct connection to the beautiful Adams Park. Library visitors can attend classes, book clubs, film screenings, storytimes, and special events for all ages.
City of Wheaton Public Works Department, Street Division
821 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton, IL 60187
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.
RJN Group
200 W Front St, Wheaton, IL 60187
RJN Group handles consulting, engineering and informational technology services for the public infrastructure market. ItMore works with municipalities and independent contractors to provide dynamic solutions from the project's conception to completion. Services include, SSO Reduction, water and wastewater, transportation, structural, storm water and information technology. This business does not do any retail business with the public.
James McHugh Construction
705 Longfellow Dr, Wheaton, IL 60189
James McHugh Construction is one of the most prominent construction companies in Chicagoland and has aMore long and standing imprint on Chicago's building history.  McHugh is a leading builder in design-build, educational and public institutions, office, infrastructure, residential/mixed, concrete work and parking lots.  This is a contractor's location.   
E.P. Doyle & Son
1100 Wheaton Oaks Ct, Wheaton, IL 60187
E.P. Doyle & Son is a general contractor and project management business. The company offers three methods ofMore project delivery: Design-bid-build, design/build and construction management. It works with an array of industries, including medical, retail, commercial and public facilities. 
Community Unit School District 200, Administration and School Se
130 W Park Ave, Wheaton, IL 60189
The School Services Center is where the Community Unit School District 200 administration works to operate the WheatonMore Public School system. Serving approximately 14,500 students, District 200 includes Wheaton, Warrenville and parts of Carol Stream, Winfield and West Chicago. The average class size varies between 20.6 and 25.2 students for grades K - 12. 
City of Wheaton Public Works Department, Water Division
210 Reber St, Wheaton, IL 60187

Since 1992, The City of Wheaton has used water from Lake Michigan, which is treated at Chicago's Jardine WaterMore 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. 

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