Wheaton is a suburb of Milton and Winfield communities, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, which joins the Illinois River and the Chicago River in the southern part of Wheaton, Illinois. It is a wealthy community located about 30 miles east of Chicago and about 20 miles west of downtown Chicago. Whe Eaton is the second largest city in Illinois with a population of about 4,000 and home to the University of Illinois at Chicago, the largest public school system in North America.
Home to the University of Illinois at Chicago, the largest public school system in North America, it is overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the United States Army National Guard. She is a member of the board of trustees of Wheaton Community College, a public college in the city.
These include the University of Illinois at Chicago and Wheaton Community College, as well as a number of other public and private colleges and universities. These include a wide range of private and public colleges, universities and other colleges.
This north-south road runs south of central Wheaton to Geneva Street and continues to be used as Gary Avenue. This South East-West road connects Narrow Road to the South, which serves as a link between the University of Illinois at Chicago campus and the University of Chicago campus and the city of Chicago West Side. It runs south from southernmost Wheaton, through the northernmost part of the city, to Glenview Road and then on to Lake Michigan Road. The west-east part of this road connects to Gary Street, while the east side continues as Sch Male Road, which serves as Gary Avenue, with a short section of Lake County Road between Lake Street and Lake Drive.
This Naperville Road runs from Butterfield Road to the south, just past Roosevelt Road in Central Wheaton to just before Roosevelt Road in Central Wheatons. This Naperville Rd, an east-west road from the west side of the city, leads from Butterfield Road south to Roosevelt Road incentral Wheatanons and then on to Lake Michigan Road.
The DuPage County Forest Reserve, which includes subdivisions such as Briarcliffe, Stonehedge, Arrowhead and Scottdale, is located along this route, as is the southern terminus on Roosevelt Road in Central Wheaton. DuCounty Forest Reserves, including the Breeze Ridge, Ridgeview, Woodland Hills, Oak Park, Glenview and Glenbrook subdivisions, and some of their neighborhoods, are located along the route.
Two shopping districts are located on the west and east sides of Naperville Road: Danada Square, named after Dan and Ada Rice, and Danadada Park, located on the northwest corner of the intersection of North and North Park Avenue. DanADA Square (named after Dan, Ada and Rice) is located on the north side of Naperville, between North Avenue and the Illinois River, west of Roosevelt Road.
Rice Lake Square Shopping Center is located on the west side of Naperville, between North Avenue and North Park Avenue, west of Roosevelt Road, east of DanADA Park. Rice Lake Square Shopping Center is located on the northwest corner of North Lake Street and Danada Park north of the Illinois River south of West Park Street.
Access to North Ave from Wheaton can be via a junction of Narrow Rd and Geneva Rd. Blanchard Street, a north-south street, runs east-west between North Avenue and North Park Avenue. Metra has two Naperville commuter train lines, one on College Avenue serving Wheaton College and the other on West Park Street. It runs west-east along the northern side of the Illinois River, east of DanADA Park and west of North Lake Street and Danada Park.
The Illinois Prairie Path runs through Wheaton, including the intersection of Aurora Branch and Elgin Branch. The Illinois Prairie Trail runs along the Illinois River from Chicago to Wheoton, which includes the intersections of the Polar and Elgin branches, and a short stretch from north to south along North Lake Street and Danada Park. In addition to its connection with the Chicago River, it runs from east to west through the state of Illinois, from Illinois Avenue in Chicago and North Park Street in Naperville.
Metra has two commuter train lines in Wheaton, one on College Avenue serving Wheoton College, the other on North Lake Street. Several private schools in Wheaton are located in the city center, and one elementary school is located in the southeastern part of Whe Eaton. St. Francis High School is also located in the far west of the city, and Glen Ellyn School District 41 is home to a few families from the northeast corner of Wheaton. There are several public schools, such as the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology, which are run by the Chicago Board of Education, Illinois State University and Illinois Public Schools, as well as a private school.