Mosquito Abatement District Looking to Place Traps
The Wheaton Mosquito Abatement District is looking to place two light traps to measure mosquito activity in our community. WMAD is looking for yards in the NE & SE portions of our district:
- East of Main Street & South of Geneva Road
- North of Butterfield & East of Blanchard
Interested residents should contact Clark Wood at CWood@clarke.com. Thanks for your help in measuring mosquito activity this summer!
Vote for Your Favorite Golf Ball!
Have you seen the giant golf balls around the city? Golf ball sculptures painted by local artists are now on display outside of local businesses and organizations. They are in honor of the inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open, which will be played at Chicago Golf Club in Wheaton this July. You can see this map of all of the golf ball locations, and then vote for your favorite at www.wheaton.il.us/golfballvoting. Also, see this new edition of “Chat with the Mayor” to learn about the activities and special events this summer related to the tournament.
Sealcoating for Parking Lots 2 & 7
The rescheduled date for sealcoating and striping City Parking Lot 2 (off of Wesley in downtown Wheaton) and Lot 7 (commuter lot at the southeast corner of Crescent and Williston) is Sunday, June 10. Weather permitting, these lots will be closed from 7 a.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday. If rain is forecast, the City's contractor may need to further postpone this work.
City Now Offers Online Option for Permit Payments
As part of the City’s continued rollout of online services, citizens can now pay permit fees online at www.wheaton.il.us/billpay. Earlier this year, the City rolled out the ability for applicants and contractors to view the status of their permits, plan reviews and inspection results online. To pay fees or bills online, visit the City’s website at www.wheaton.il.us/billpay.
Weigh in on Adams Park Landscape Options
The City continues working toward creating a master landscape plan for Adams Park. Come out and share your input before the Wheaton Public Library’s Concert in the Park on Tuesday, June 19. Representatives will have displays with different landscaping options for you to view and share your opinion on which elements you like best. The concert begins at 7 p.m. on the library’s West Plaza, and you can visit the display starting at 6 p.m. – and get a free treat, too!
Wheaton Municipal Band Kicks Off Season Tomorrow
The Wheaton Municipal Band will return with its tradition of Thursday night summer concerts in the park. Each Thursday, June 7 through Aug. 9, the band will present a different concert at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Park. For information about all of the concerts, visit www.wheatonmunicipalband.org. All concerts are free to attend.