Wheaton continues to recover from flooding; residents, businesses asked to report damages by Wednesday
WHEATON – After the city of Wheaton was declared to be in a state of emergency due to flooding April 18 and several streets in the city closed, flooding receded over the weekend as the city's sewage and natural drainage systems caught up with water levels, city officials said.
Nearly 20 streets remained closed Friday, according to a city news release. But roadways were again open on Sunday, Wheaton Deputy Fire Chief Bill Schultz said.
Classes at all schools in Community Unit School District 200, as well as St. Michael Parish School and St. Francis High School in Wheaton, resumed Friday after closing the previous day due to the severe weather.
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