City of Wheaton
303 W Wesley St
Wheaton, IL 60187-5027
City of Wheaton News
There were 17 offenders released on parole during 2018 that live in Wheaton zip codes, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by DuPage Policy Journal.
The City of Wheaton was pleased to host a group of more than 70 baseball players with the Karlskoga BATS.
The Wheaton Mayor and City Council will be considering Christopher J. Zaruba to fill the North District Wheaton City Council seat at the City Council's July 1, 2019 meeting.
Various events associated with the 2019 Taste of Wheaton beginning Thursday, May 30, to Sunday, June 2, 2019, will be occurring on the following dates and may affect normal traffic patterns and times.
The Wheaton City Council honored this year’s recipients of the Good Citizens Award at the May 20, 2019 Council meeting, highlighting some outstanding individuals and groups who have made a difference in the community.
Five offenders released on parole during the first quarter live near Illinois zip code 60187, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by DuPage Policy Journal.
City of Wheaton Bicycle Advisory Commission will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 15.
The Briar Glen School 3K Bulldog Run / Walk will be held on Sunday, May 19, 2019, beginning at 1:00 p.m.
One offender released on parole during the fourth quarter lives near Illinois zip code 60189, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by DuPage Policy Journal.
Six offenders released on parole during the fourth quarter live near Illinois zip code 60187, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by DuPage Policy Journal.
City of Wheaton Government has been named one of the “Healthiest Companies in America” by Interactive Health, whose workplace wellness program helps businesses invest in the health of their employees.
City of Wheaton Liquor Commission met Thursday, April 11.
City Councilman Phil Suess defeated fellow council member John Prendiville to become Wheaton's new mayor.
Prior to her reelection to the Wheaton City Council on Tuesday, Suzanne Fitch received a surprising endorsement that may or may not have helped secure the 4,909 votes that guarantee her a second term.
Public service is a calling that not everyone is suited for, but Wheaton city councilman Michael Barbier seems to have been destined to help shape the future of his beloved community.
Wheaton digital town crier Gregg Slapak refers to mayoral candidate John Prendiville as “Spenderville.”
Do not be alarmed if you see a large number of emergency vehicles at Wheaton North High School on Tuesday, March 26, 2019.
The City of Wheaton and Wheaton’s Environmental Improvement Commission are partnering with the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office, DuPage County and SCARCE to offer an opportunity for DuPage County residents to safely dispose of these materials at an upcoming event
An endorsement for Wheaton mayoral candidate John Prendiville from a local school board member is also a warning sign for taxpayers, a review of recent fiscal history in the school district shows.
On Monday, Feb. 25, crews are scheduled to turn on the traffic signals and pedestrian crossings at the following intersections in downtown Wheaton.