The City of Naperville offers a variety of grant programs.  The following is a synopsis of each grant. Please click on the name of each grant for more information.

Community Development Block Grant
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program developed to ensure decent affordable housing for all, provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, create jobs, and expand business opportunities.
Energy Efficiency Grants
City of Naperville electric utility customers are encouraged to apply for grants to help complete sustainability and energy efficiency projects.
Ogden Avenue Site Improvement Grant Program
The Ogden Avenue Site Reimbursement Grant Program offers private property owners and business owners along Ogden Avenue (between Naper Boulevard and Washington Street) an opportunity to apply for reimbursement matching grants to help pay for signage, landscaping, building facade and access improvements.
SECA Fund Grant
The Special Events and Cultural Amenities (SECA) Fund provides an opportunity to grow Naperville's unique identity and sense of community through festivals and public events. In support of these activities, the City of Naperville has offered funds since 2005, derived from the city-wide 1% Food and Beverage Tax, for the purpose of aiding eligible organizations in providing new and continued cultural experiences. The City Council annually provides approximately $2.5 million to qualified applicants.
Social Services Grant
The Social Services Grant Program is a city initiative that began in 2006 as a complement to the CDBG program to provide greater flexibility in funding social service activities. The purpose of the fund is to provide necessary financial assistance to municipal and not-for-profit social service agencies that provide social service activities which benefit the community. The Naperville City Council annually allocates $250,000 from the City's General Fund for the Social Services Grant Program.