Environmental Improvement Commission


To create an environmentally sustainable City of Wheaton.


To implement practices that promote environmental health throughout the City of Wheaton by advising City staff and officials on policies and programs relating to the environment and sustainability.

The Environment Improvement Commission creates, sustains, and supports initiatives that:

  • Collaborate with other commissions on common goals
  • Educate the community about environmental issues
  • Encourage the city to pursue environmental sustainability
  • Facilitate improved recycling rates

Some of the ongoing initiatives coordinated by the EIC include electronics recycling, Prairie Path Clean-up, Native Plant Sale, and Arbor Day tree-planting ceremony.


The Environmental Improvement Commission generally meets at 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at City Hall. There are no meetings in July and December. All meetings are open to residents. You are welcome to attend, share your thoughts, or observe to see if you would like to apply for a position. For up-to-date information regarding all of the City’s Boards and Commissions meeting dates, times, and locations, please see the City Calendar.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


  • Ted Witte, Chair
  • Cathy Coleman, Secretary
  • Shamili Ajgankar
  • Nancy Flynn
  • Khizar Jafri
  • Kay McKeen
  • Michael Nicolosi
  • Anthony Pope
  • David Popham
  • Stephen Siemer
  • Allison Torrence
  • Seema Wadia
  • Jim Wozniak
  • Robert Young

Available Positions: 0