COVID-19 Resources and Information
Masks Required at City Buildings
As of Aug. 3, 2021, all visitors to City of Naperville buildings are required to wear face coverings, regardless of vaccination status.
The City of Naperville is working with its partners at the city, county, state and federal levels to monitor the global outbreak of COVID-19, implement practices recommended to contain its spread and take steps to keep residents and City staff healthy, safe and informed.
Residents can view the current number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the DuPage County Health Department and Will County Health Department websites or click on the dashboard link below for Naperville-area charts and graphs showing the status of the virus in our area and its impact on our community.
Celebrating Holidays Safely
To maintain public health, the City of Naperville encourages residents to become familiar with holiday safety guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and consider the steps you need to take to protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19. This includes knowing when to wear a mask, staying 6 feet away from others and washing your hands often. Additional information can be found on the CDC’s website.
Understanding that not everyone may feel comfortable with trick-or-treating amidst the ongoing pandemic, the City of Naperville has designed signs for residents to place in their windows, doors or other visible areas for trick-or-treaters to identify whether you are welcoming them or not.
Residents may download copies below or pick up a copy of either sign at the Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St.
Those interested in participating in trick-or-treating can place the “Trick-or-Treaters Welcome” sign on their window or door.
Please, No Trick-or-Treaters
Those who are not interested in participating can place the “Please, No Trick-or-Treaters” sign on their window or door.
Illinois Now Under Phase 5
All of Illinois is now operating under Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois Plan. This means all sectors of the economy, including businesses, schools and recreational facilities, are allowed to be open for normal operations without pandemic-related capacity limits enforced by the state. Conventions, festivals and large events can take place.
A state-wide mandate requiring masks in all indoor spaces went into effect Monday, Aug. 30, to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The mandate applies to anyone over the age of 2 who can medically tolerate a face covering, regardless of vaccination status.
COVID-19 testing is available at community-based testing sites run by the State as well as through various private providers.
If you are in need of a COVID-19 test, please call your primary care physician, visit one of the state-run community-based testing sites or find a testing location near you.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 are now widely available at locations including mass vaccination sites or events, pharmacies and doctor's offices.
Seniors who need help registering for a vaccine appointment can reach out to their county.
DuPage County COVID hotline: (630) 221-7030
Will County Senior Services: (815) 723-9713
Homebound residents requiring in-home administration of the vaccine can reach out to their county.
City Service Impacts
Throughout the duration of the community's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Naperville is committed to ensuring the delivery of core City services. Some changes have been made to improve and increase options for service delivery. Learn more.