Van Buren Parking Deck Rehabilitation Work to Begin Week of July 15

Routine maintenance work expected to last approximately six weeks

Beginning the week of July 15, the City of Naperville will begin maintenance work on the Van Buren Parking Deck, located at 43 W. Van Buren St., as part of the downtown parking deck maintenance program. Work will take place in three phases and is expected to take approximately six weeks, pending weather or unforeseen circumstances.

The City has contracted with F.H. Paschen to repair the deck joints and replace the sealants on the fourth level of the Van Buren Parking Deck. Additional work will include maintenance to the rooftop stairway/elevator vestibules and fifth-floor door and window frames. This maintenance will prevent water from leaking through to the lower decks which contributes to deterioration of the structure. Crews will work Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Portions of the third and fourth floor will be inaccessible during the first two phases. The fourth floor will be completely closed and inaccessible during the third phase, which is expected to begin on August 12. Unless otherwise noted, all levels of the parking deck will be re-opened and available for use on Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors are encouraged to follow all posted detour and closure signs and to use caution while accessing the parking deck. As a reminder, overnight parking is prohibited in the Van Buren parking deck on Sundays. More information about downtown parking facilities is located at

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