Transportation and Parking
City Council Eliminates Commuter Parking Permits Beginning Jan. 1
At its Sept. 5 meeting, City Council approved an ordinance to eliminate quarterly commuter parking permits and transition all spaces at the Naperville and Route 59 train station lots to daily fee parking. Please note: All existing quarterly commuter parking permits are still valid through Dec. 31.
Beginning Jan. 1, commuter parking permits will no longer be accepted and all commuters must pay for a daily space. A new daily rate of $3 for all spaces will also take effect at this time. A weekly discount of 5% and monthly discount of 10% will be offered.
In addition to the nearly 145,000 people who call Naperville home, millions of people visit Naperville each year to enjoy our unique blend of big-city amenities and small-town charm. Naperville's downtown offers an array of shopping, dining and cultural activities to fit every budget. From well-known retail stores to unique boutiques, Naperville's eclectic mix of shops beckons even the most hesitant shopper. World-class parks and unique cultural opportunities make Naperville the destination of choice for both residents and visitors. On a nice day, thousands of people come into town to stroll along the picturesque Riverwalk, play at Centennial Beach or enjoy a free outdoor concert.
There are several transportation options available to residents, visitors and those who work in and around the City, including Pace Bus, Metra and Amtrak. There are also three public parking decks and more than half a dozen surface parking lots with spaces available at all times of day or night.
Did you know?
To accommodate our residents, visitors and downtown business employees, the City has approximately in public surface lots and parking decks.