Rezoning must follow the City’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan (PDF). If you have further questions about the potential to rezone a particular piece of property, contact the Planning Department.
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If you know the general location of the property, view the Zoning Map (PDF). To look up a specific address or parcel identification number (PIN), view the Interactive Map Gallery. For additional assistance, contact the Planning Department.
Generally, a Wheaton postal address with a direction contained in the address number (for example, 25W460 or 0N410) is not within the corporate limits of the City of Wheaton. Zoning information from DuPage County can be found online or by calling 630-407-6700.
Each abbreviation refers to a specific zoning district which is regulated by an individual article or chapter contained in the Zoning Ordinance. For a listing of the title of each district, see Article 3.1 of the Zoning Ordinance (PDF).
No. Wheaton has no historic district or historic protections of property. The Northside Residential Overlay District regulations only modify some zoning “bulk regulations” to encourage building design elements consistent with existing development. For more information on the Northside Overlay District, see the map of the district (PDF), or Article 28 of the Zoning Ordinance (PDF).