What is the City doing to address the emerald ash borer?

The emerald ash borer was discovered in Wheaton in 2010, but the City has had an ash tree reduction program in place since 2008. The program is targeting trees that were classified to be in fair or poor condition because sick trees succumb to the emerald ash borer more quickly than healthy trees. Learn more about what the City is doing to address the emerald ash borer. Contact us at 630-260-2122 for more information.

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1. Does the City provide a brush pickup service?
2. What is the City doing to address the emerald ash borer?
3. Is the City involved in the spraying of parkway trees?
4. Does the City answer questions regarding trees located on private property?
5. Is the Forestry Division responsible for trees in the city parks?