Public Health Division
The Public Health Division in the Community Development Department is responsible for all code enforcement activities related to sanitation and health concerns. The Health Division oversees inspections of all food service establishments, retail food stores, home day cares, hair and nail salons, massage facilities, hotels, and motels.
Wheeling Board of Health Food and Coat Drive - Monday, September 13 – Sunday, October 24th
Please help us by donating non-perishable food items and NEW children’s coats to help benefit those in need. All donations will go to the Wheeling Township food bank.
Drop off locations:
Wheeling Village Hall lobby Wheeling Police Department lobby
2 Community Blvd. 1 Community Blvd.
Wheeling, IL 60090 Wheeling, IL 60090
Monday-Friday Open 24 hours
8:00 AM- 5 PM
2017 FDA Food Code Training for Restaurants and Staff
On the second Wednesday of the months of March, July and November, the Village holds a blood drive to collect blood that goes on to serve areas hospitals.
The Board of Health is responsible for the general supervision of the health interests of the residents of the Village of Wheeling.
Corona Virus information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Find helpful information on planning and advertising for your garage sale, Village regulations regarding garage sales, and ideas for what to do with your left over items.
Find contact information for Public Health Division staff.
The Prescription Drug and Sharps Disposal Program is an opportunity for Wheeling residents to drop off unwanted medications and used sharps (needles and syringes).
Find information on restaurant requirements, temporary food service requirements, and food handler training.
West Nile Virus is a mosquito-borne virus that can cause encephalitis (an inflammation of the brain) in people. Find out how to minimize your risk of exposure to West Nile Virus.
What you need to know about vaccines - web link