Wheaton Sanitary District
ContactName: Matt LarsonTitle: Executive DirectorAddress: 1 S 649 Shaffner Rd.
P.O Box 626
Wheaton, IL 60189Phone: (630) 668-1515Email: email@example.com
Location1 S 649 Shaffner
P.O Box 626
Wheaton, IL 60189
Sanitary District treats wastewater for a population of about 62,000 people
spread over about 9,000 acres including most of Wheaton, southern Carol Stream,
a small portion of Glen Ellyn, a small portion of Winfield, and unincorporated
areas of DuPage County, including the County complex. The District is not a
taxing body. Most of the revenue for operations is generated from user charges,
based on water consumption. The balance of revenues comes from fees for
construction permits, connection permits, septage disposal, leachate disposal,
and chemical toilet disposal. Complimentary district services include a used
motor oil and oil filter recycling program every Saturday from 10 AM until noon.
The District has about 67 miles of sewer lines, 1,600 manholes, and 2 lift
stations. The lines are small with nearly 70% of the lines being less than 12
inches in diameter. Relative to age, about 45% of the lines are less than 25
years old, and 97% of the lines are less than 50 years old. Another 120 miles of
sewer lines, not owned by the District, connect to the District's interceptor
sewers which transport the flow to the wastewater treatment plant. View
map of the district.
Meeting ScheduleSecond Wednesday of each month,
9:00 am at the District offices. View
agendas and minutes
Appointed ByCounty Chairman with the advice and consent of the County Board
Compensation$6,000 annually plus health insurance benefits
QualificationsApplicants may not have any financial interest in the operation of the Wheaton Sanitary District. Applicants must be residents of the Wheaton Sanitary District.
Authority70 ILCS 2405/3
|Name||First Date of Appt.||Current Term Expires||Position|
|William Kindorf||05/28/2013||05/01/2020||Trustee (Clerk)|
|Jeffrey Walker ||07/09/1991||05/01/2021||Trustee (President)|
NOTE: Persons listed as serving on an expired term continue in their service unless and until they are either reappointed or replaced unless otherwise indicated. A position listed as “VACANT” is not currently occupied.
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