Current Projects in Wheaton
Below are some of the major infrastructure and redevelopment projects the City of Wheaton is working on now. For more information about each project, click on the project name.
The project involves replacing the existing CMP pipes on Main Street with a new box culvert to help reduce the frequency of flooding that is currently affecting the businesses and residents on Main Street.
A joint long-range project of the City of Wheaton and the Wheaton Sanitary District to reduce the incidence of sanitary sewer backups during wet weather.
As part of the Sanitary Sewer Improvement Program, the City has established an area known as the Basin 4 Pilot Project to test methods for reducing excessive flow from entering the City’s sewer system.
Completed Projects in Wheaton
The 2013 Road Program is under way. Please note that this program includes the replacement or improvement of City roads, not routine street maintenance.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is working on plans to widen Butterfield Road from Naperville Road to Route 59, making the entire stretch of roadway four lanes. While the City of Wheaton is not the responsible agency for this project, information is provided to inform the many residents who will be affected by the construction and resulting improvements. Read more about this project.