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GIS Maps

The City of Naperville began developing its Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology in 1994. GIS and related-technologies help city staff manage new development and changes in our infrastructure and natural environment. Visitors may access city GIS data through Internet-based applications and traditional maps.

Public-Facing GIS Applications

The following is a list of public-facing GIS applications that the City of Naperville currently provides.

Your Place - Residential and Zoning Information

Contact: Jason Sheldon
Your Place is an interactive mapping application that allows users to select a location on the map, or enter an address or property pin in order to be provided with property details and a Parcel Report that includes but is not limited to: school districts, trash pickup days, zoning information, polling place locations, police beats, and legislative districts.

Survey Monument Viewer

Contact: Eva Cancino
The Survey Monument Viewer allows users to explore geodetic monument data located within the City. The Monuments are permanently placed survey markers with a known position and elevation which provides the horizontal and vertical land control for land surveying.

Brush Pickup

Contact: Jason Sheldon or Desiree Poole
The Brush Collection Map shows the areas and dates the City of Naperville Public Works Department will provide free curbside residential brush collection for tree and shrub branches each year beginning in mid-March.  The weekly schedule, progression and completion is displayed on the map.  Please read and follow the guidelines for brush collection on the City’s website.

Stormwater Viewer

Contact: Desiree Poole
The Stormwater Utility Atlas displays the City’s Stormwater networks, allowing you to view pipe widths, lengths, manholes, and drainage features (such as catch basins and inlets).  The information in this map should be used as reference only.

Downtown Naperville

100 Years of Naperville

Contact: Phil Watson
Step back in time 100 years through a walking tour of Downtown Naperville as it looked in 1917. This map will showcase how Naperville has grown and expanded, delving into the future while treasuring its past.

Attractions of Downtown Naperville

Contact: Phil Watson
The Attractions of Downtown Naperville map highlights the top destinations of Downtown Naperville, perfect for a day out on the town.

Downtown Naperville Chair Sculptures

Contact: Phil Watson
This map pinpoints all 18 decorative chair sculptures scattered in the Downtown Naperville area by the Downtown Naperville Alliance. Featuring various sponsors and artists, these chairs display the unique personality of Naperville and its citizens.

Naperville Historical Landmarks

Contact: Phil Watson
The Naperville Historical Landmarks map highlights the City’s historical landmarks throughout it’s history. Since Naperville’s founding in 1831, the city has seen the development of many key businesses and locations, all of which have historical significance.

Shop & Dine Downtown Naperville

Contact: Phil Watson
The Shop & Dine Downtown Naperville map allows visitors a user-friendly map experience to explore the restaurants, shops, and businesses of Downtown Naperville.  Use it as your digital “kiosk” when you visit Downtown Naperville.

Forthcoming Applications

The following mapping applications are still in the process of being updated:

  • Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Treatment Map
  • Snow Removal Map
  • Bike Route Map

The following mapping applications are new additions that are currently in progress:

  • Department of Public Works (DPW) Tree Picker
  • Downtown Parking Application

GIS Data

GIS Data is available, free of charge, through our Open Data Portal.

GPS Base Station

In order to ensure the accuracy of our GIS data, the City of Naperville, in cooperation with DuPage County, maintains a Global Positioning System (GPS) base station. The base station allows GPS work to be done in real time with accuracy of less than three centimeters horizontally and vertically.

The DuPage County CORS (Continuously Operating Reference Station) Network supports both static and RTK (real time kinematic) surveying.