Community Relations Commission
For up-to-date information regarding all of the City’s Boards and Commissions meeting dates and times, please see the City Calendar.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Anthony Asta
- Colleen Attwell
- Rachel Bautista
- Kay Frederick
- Saleha Jawaid
- Erica Nelson
- Laura Peccarelli
- Krista Selvey
- Jennifer Sever
- Katie Sivak
- Larniecia “Nominee” Smith
Wheaton’s Community Relations Commission is responsible for promoting community involvement and volunteering.
Good Citizens Awards
The annual Good Citizens Awards help recognize those who make the generous and often extraordinary contributions that make Wheaton an outstanding community. This may be volunteer service for a school, church, nursing home, civic group or nonprofit organization.
Categories: Awards Presented in Categories of Students, Adults, & Groups
Nominations Open: Monday, March 22
Submission Deadline: Monday, April 26
Nomination forms can be found online at www.wheaton.il.us/goodcitizen.
If you have questions, please contact Andrea Rosedale at email@example.com.
Make a Difference Day
Wheaton celebrates Make a Difference Day on the fourth Saturday of each October. The Community Relations Commission leads Wheaton’s Make A Difference Day efforts, where residents, schools and community organizations undertake projects that benefit others.
Women's History Month
Join the Community Relations Commission in recognizing and celebrating the contributions of women to history, culture and society through a number of events with the City's partner organizations.
Black History Month
The Community Relations Commission leads Wheaton’s Black History Month efforts by sharing the events hosted by community organizations.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
The Community Relations Commission leads Wheaton’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month efforts by sharing the events hosted by community organizations.
Festival of Cultures
Below are highlights from the 2019 Festival of Cultures, an afternoon of storytelling, culture, food, arts, activities, music and more. More than 30 participants and groups shared their heritage and cultures, in addition to live music and food trucks.