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The City of Wheaton operates under the Council-Manager form of government and is a home rule community, which gives the City Council a broad range of authority over local affairs. Wheaton’s City Council includes six representatives and the mayor, who are elected by Wheaton voters. Four Council members represent Wheaton’s four voting districts, while two members and the mayor are elected at-large.

In this section, you can learn more about your City Council and Mayor, the City Manager and City Clerk's roles, find your state and federal officials, learn about voting, and find agendas and minutes for local meetings.