Housing Advisory Commission

Change to Meeting Documents

Beginning with the November 6, 2017 meeting, all meeting agendas, packets and minutes for the Housing Advisory Commission are available on the City Board and Commission Meeting Documents page.

The Housing Advisory Commission plays an important role in discouraging illegal and unethical housing practices by promoting and encouraging fair housing to all. 

The Housing Advisory Commission has 9 powers and duties as defined in Municipal Code Section 2-5-3:

  1. Assist the City Council in the development and implementation of a City policy related to housing.
  2. Encourage the maintenance of existing sound housing and rehabilitation of deteriorating housing.
  3. Assist in the identification and development of available resources related to housing.
  4. Study and consider such other matters as may be referred to it from time to time by the City Council.
  5. To receive, investigate and process, as hereinafter set forth, complaints alleging violations of the provisions of Title 10, Chapter 5 of this Code.
  6. To seek conciliation of, hold hearings on, and make findings of fact with respect to any complaint received.
  7. To make recommendations to the City Council upon its findings and make a report to the City Council of its findings of fact and recommendations.
  8. To render a written annual report to the City Council of its activities, and its recommendations, if any, with respect to the enforcement of Title 10, Chapter 5 of this Code; and to render such other reports as the City Council may request.
  9. To keep a separate file of every complaint filed, and keep an accurate record of all its proceedings.

Commission Updates

  • Tenants seeking information about “do’s and don’ts” for renting may wish to review the Renter’s Handbook prepared by and made available from Prairie State Legal Services.
  • Rental Regulations: The City of Naperville does not currently require the registration or licensing of landlords renting property within City limits. The City has a voluntary Crime-Free Multi-Housing Program. At its August 18, 2015 meeting, the City Council directed staff to continue monitoring the City’s current voluntary program and recommend additional regulatory measures if and when they may be necessary.

Meeting Information

The Commission’s regularly scheduled meetings occur the first Monday of every other month at 6:30 p.m. in the Lower Level Meeting Room A of the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St., Naperville, IL 60540, unless otherwise noted. Additional meetings may be held if needed. 

Beginning with the November 6, 2017 meeting, all meeting agendas, packets and minutes for the Housing Advisory Commission are available on the City's Board and Commission Meeting Documents page 

See the Government Meetings Calendar

The Commission consists of members generally appointed on the basis of areas of interest or expertise by the Mayor with the approval of the City Council. Members serve three year terms or until a successor is appointed. A student representative is also appointed to the Commission and serves a one-year term.

Kasey Evans, AICP