City Takes Actions to Reduce Public's Need to Visit City Facilities
The City of Wheaton has put changes into effect that allow City staff to continue serving the public safely. In response to the recommendations of the CDC to prevent the spread of COVID-19, City facilities currently are restricting access to the public except by appointment. City’s Police and Fire stations have call boxes outside their facilities to request assistance and emergency services will continue as normal. Signs posted at the entrances of City facilities instructing visitors of how they can conduct City business online, using the City’s drive-through mailbox, or by phone are present. To see details and information regarding new service procedures, please visit the City’s website at www.wheaton.il.us/COVID-19.
The Wheaton Public Library has been closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Many services are available online through the Library's website. Please visit www.wheatonlibrary.org for online services, announcements and additional information regarding the closure.
Find Local Resources for Restaurants Providing Carry-Out/Delivery Options
The Executive Order by the Illinois Governor requiring the closure of on-premise dining at restaurants through March 30 has made an impact on our community businesses. However, carry-out, drive-up, and drive-through options are allowed. The Downtown Wheaton Association continues to compile information from downtown businesses on their specific options for carry-out, delivery, etc.. Please continue to support our local businesses and community members and visit the Downtown Wheaton Association’s Facebook group for more information, and check out the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce's Facebook group for information from other local Wheaton businesses, too.