Mayor Chirico Issues State of Emergency, Curfew for Naperville

Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico has issued a state of emergency and mandatory curfew for the City of Naperville from 9 p.m. on Monday, June 1 until 6 a.m. on Tuesday, June 2, due to the widespread incidents of violence, vandalism, and stealing occurring throughout the greater Chicagoland area.

The order was issued out of an abundance of caution and out of necessity to protect and preserve the public peace, safety and welfare. The Naperville Police Department is prepared to respond to incidents as they arise with the aid of other law enforcement agencies. All residents are asked to stay home for their safety or only travel for essential work during this time.

Residents are urged to call 9-1-1 if they witness any criminal or suspicious activity.

Please continue to check the City of Naperville’s website, official social media channels for information on this emerging situation.

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