Special Events & Cultural Amenities Program
The City of Naperville encourages celebrations of community that focus on the heritage, diversity, and character of Naperville. In support of these activities, the City of Naperville established the Special Events & Cultural Amenities (SECA) Fund in 2004 as “a separate fund used solely for the funding of social and artistic events and entities, providing cultural experiences for the Naperville community and its visitors.”
For more information about the grant, contact
Dawn Portner, Special Events Coordinator
Special Event Application
Special Event Applications were due on Monday, October 24, 2016. The application period for SY17 is now closed.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Each SECA Grant applicant will have the opportunity to address the SECA Commission for three minutes during Public Forum. This will also give the Commission the opportunity to ask questions of the individual grant applicate about their specific program or event.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Second Floor Conference Room West
Electric Service Center
1392 Aurora Ave.
Members of the SECA Commission will be reviewing and discussing the individual SECA grant applications. Grant applicants are welcome to attend.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
The Commissioners will review their final recommendations for SY17. Each applicant will have the opportunity to address the Commission for three minutes during Public Forum.
Documents and Reports
SECA fund applicants and recipients must be familiar with all policies and procedures related to the SECA Fund.
- SECA SY 2017 Fund Manual (PDF)
All SECA fund recipients are required to submit a Final Financial Report. All recipients, regardless of award allocation, must complete all sections of the report form.
All SECA Fund recipients are required to submit the following reimbursement request form along with supporting invoices in order to begin the reimbursement process.
- SECA Fund Reimbursement Form (.doc)
The following SECA grant recommendations for FY17 were approved by City Council at the April 19 City Council meeting.