Planning and Zoning Commission

In-Person Meetings Resume July 21

Starting on Wednesday, July 21, the Naperville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold all its meetings in-person. All PZC Commissioners and City staff will be physically present in Council Chambers, and Zoom will no longer be utilized for Commissioner, staff or citizen participation.  

With the return to in-person meetings, the PZC will no longer utilize an online speaker-sign-up form. Citizens wishing to address the Planning and Zoning Commission must sign up in-person on the day of the meeting outside of City Council Chambers between 6:30 and 6:50 p.m.

Face Covering Guidelines: After consulting with local health authorities and reviewing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) latest masking guidance, the City will reinstate the use of face coverings for all visitors to City buildings beginning Tuesday, Aug. 3. Participants in board and commission meetings, as well as those who are using the City’s public meeting rooms, will be permitted to remove their face coverings once seated if they are vaccinated and able to maintain 6-feet of social distancing from other participants.

August 4 Meeting Information

The following cases will be heard during the meeting August 4 meeting:

The Petitioners have been asked to provide their presentations by 5 p.m. on Monday, August 2. The presentations will be posted on this webpage.

Submission of Written Comments Prior to the Meeting/Public Hearing

Written comments may be emailed to

  • Written comments received by 5 p.m. on July 28 will be included in the meeting packet sent to the PZC. This meeting packet is also posted on the City’s website.
  • Written comments received after 5 p.m. July 28 through 5 p.m. August 3 will be emailed directly to the PZC but will not be included in the PZC packet or posted online.
  • Written comments received after 5 p.m. on August 3 will be added to the case file.

Addressing the Commission

Citizens wishing to address the Planning and Zoning Commission must sign up in-person on the day of the meeting outside of City Council Chambers between 6:30 and 6:50 p.m. Written materials which are relevant to a public comment or public hearing before the Planning and Zoning Commission (e.g. a PowerPoint, photographs, reports) should be sent electronically to by 10 p.m. on the Friday before the meeting.

Public Accommodation

Any individual who may require an accommodation to listen to or participate in the meeting, should contact the Community Services Department at (630) 305-5300, by 5 p.m. the day of the meeting.

Citizen Participation Guidelines

The citizen participation guidelines are outlined in 1-5-6-6: - CITIZEN PARTICIPATION of the Naperville Municipal Code.

All viewpoints and opinions are welcome, positive comments and constructive criticism are encouraged. Speakers must refrain from harassing or directing threats or personal attacks at Commission members, staff, other speakers or members of the public. Comments made to intentionally disrupt the meeting may be managed as necessary to maintain appropriate decorum and allow for city business to be accomplished. 

If you signed up to speak, staff will call your name at the appropriate time during the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Once your name is called you may identify yourself for the public record and then address remarks to the Planning and Zoning Commission as a whole. Speak clearly and try to limit remarks directly to the matter under discussion. Speakers are called in the order they sign up. 

Contacting the Commission

Please note that this email account may not be regularly monitored and a response to your email may not be provided. If you wish to have the content of your email included in the PZC case file, please forward it to Naperville’s Planning staff at Planning staff members also can be contacted at (630) 420-6694 if you have any questions. 

PUBLIC RECORDS NOTICE: All emails to or from members of the City of Naperville Planning and Zoning Commission pertaining to public business are subject to disclosure under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, with possible redactions for exempt information. [5 ILCS140/1 et seq.].