Since 1969 Naperville has operated under the Council-Manager form of government, which combines the strong political leadership of elected officials in the form of a Council or other governing body with the strong managerial experience of an appointed local government manager to oversee public service delivery. Naperville also strongly relies on the volunteer spirit of the community to fill more than 250 volunteer positions on almost 20 boards, commissions and task forces.



Should I expect a special census visit?

Use this interactive map to determine if your house falls within Naperville's 2018 partial special census area.

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Honor an Individual, Group, or Event

Mayor Chirico issues proclamations to recognize individuals, groups or events for their contributions.

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WCNC Government Access Television

WCNC (Ch. 6 - WOW, Ch. 10 - Comcast, Ch. 99 - AT&T) lets you watch City and County government meetings and the Illinois Channel to stay connected to your government.

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Book a Meeting Room

Are the rooms in the Naperville Municipal Center the right place for your organization's next meeting?

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Government News
  1. March 14 Sister Cities Commission Meeting Canceled

    The next regularly scheduled meeting is Wednesday, April 11.

  2. March 21 Building Review Board Meeting Canceled

    The next regularly scheduled meeting is Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

  3. Voting for Will County Residents is Currently Suspended

    Voting for Will County residents is currently suspended at the City of Naperville Municipal Center due to technical issues. The nearest voting location is the Wheatland Township offices located at 4232 Tower Court, Naperville, IL 60564. Please check back for updates or call 630-305-5300

Issues at Hand

Featuring Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico

Naperville is a proud member of the DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference which recently launched a new cable show – “Issues at Hand." Issues at Hand aims to raise awareness about important local issues and help residents understand the impacts these issues have on their daily lives and wallets. In its inaugural episode, mayors from Addison, Naperville and Warrenville examine how a permanent Property Tax Freeze could negatively affect basic services, quality of life and revenue for local governments and schools.