Electronic Recycling Drop-off This Saturday
The City’s monthly electronic recycling drop-off will be this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the City’s Public Works Storage Yard, 820 W Liberty Drive. Please note that there is a charge to recycle TVs and monitors, and household appliances are no longer accepted at the drop-off. For more information, please see the City’s website at www.wheaton.il.us/electronics.
Public Works Seeking Seasonal Summer Laborers
The City’s Public Works Department is now hiring seasonal laborers to join their team from May through August this year. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking for full-time hours over the summer months and would like to gain experience working for a municipality. You can read more about this opportunity and how to apply on the City’s website.
See What Wheaton is Doing to Prepare for Natural Hazards
The City’s Engineering, Public Works and Fire departments are active participants in the City’s Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. These are steps the City follows in coordination with DuPage County to be prepared for natural hazards that would threaten the life safety, public health, business, economy and critical infrastructure in our area. You can see the progress report for 2018/2019 on the City’s website, outlining 12 action items the City is taking as part of this plan.