Boards and Commissions

Naperville is an active community with a vibrant volunteer spirit. The volunteers who serve on city boards and commissions exemplify outstanding community involvement. Appointments are typically reserved for residents and are made by the Mayor and City Council based on experience and interest. If you are interested in serving on a Board or Commission, please download and review the application form.

Any individual with a disability requesting a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in a public meeting should contact the Communications Department at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting. The Communications Department can be reached in person at 400 S. Eagle Street, Naperville, IL, via telephone at (630) 420-6707 or (630) 305-5205 (TDD) or via e-mail at info@naperville.il.us. Every effort will be made to allow for meeting participation.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
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Boards and Commissions News
  1. December 13 Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Canceled

    The next regularly scheduled meeting is Thursday, January 25, 2018.

  2. December 7 Liquor Commission Meeting Canceled

    The December 7 Liquor Commission meeting has been canceled.

Councilwoman Judith Brodhead

Councilwoman Judith Brodhead

Councilwoman Judith Brodhead moved to Naperville in 1985 with her husband and three children, like so many young families in the 1980s and 1990s. They quickly found the City to be home.

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