Voting and Voter Registration

Voting During COVID-19

To safeguard the public’s health during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, several changes have been made to early voting locations for residents in both counties.

The City has put together suggested safety guidelines for in-person voting during COVID-19, which can be found below.

Voter Registration

To register to vote you must provide two forms of identification, one of which should show your current name and address. Please bring them to:

City Clerk's Office

City of Naperville
400 S. Eagle Street
Naperville, IL 60540
TEL: (630) 305-5300 EMAIL: NapervilleClerks@naperville.il.us

Voters must re-register after a legal name change or change of address. 

Early Voting

Beginning September 24, 2020

DuPage County residents can vote early at the DuPage County Fairgrounds-Building #2 from September 24-October 17; visit dupageco.org/election for details. 

Will County residents can vote early at the Will County Clerk's Office from September 24-October 16; visit thewillcountyclerk.com/elections/early-voting.

October 19 - November 2, 2020

DuPage County

DuPage County early voting will take place from Monday, Oct. 19 through Monday, Nov. 2 from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the following locations:

  • City of Naperville Municipal Center in Meeting Rooms A and B, 400 S. Eagle Street.
    • Early voters, as well as DuPage County residents utilizing the Municipal Center as their election-day polling location on Nov. 3, should park in the lower level of the Municipal Center parking garage and enter the building through the lower level doors near Jaycee’s Park on the north side of the building.
    • Once in the building, please follow the carpet past the elevators and loop around to Meeting Room A. 
    • Blue X’s have been placed 6’ apart on the floor to designate where people can stand and to limit capacity.
    • Once voting is complete, please exit Meeting Room B and exit City Hall via the lower level garage door.
    • Voters with ballots to drop off may cut the line and enter Meeting Room B.
    • Voters may not enter the main lobby.
  • Islamic Center of Naperville, 25W530 75th Street

  • Old Farm Market Place,  2011 S. Washington Street

View a full list of DuPage County voting locations

Will County

Will County early voting will take place from Monday, Oct. 19 through Monday, Nov. 2 from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the following locations:

  • City of Naperville Public Works Service Center, located at 180 Fort Hill Drive. Voters should enter the parking lot from the Fort Hill Dr. entrance to park in the area specifically marked for voters and enter the building through the main entrance. 

  • 95th Street Library, 3015 Cedar Glade Drive. Voters should park in the main parking lot and enter through the front doors. 

View a full list of Will County voting locations

Any qualified registered voter in Will County is eligible to cast a Vote by Mail ballot. Will County also maintains a mail-in vote drop box in Naperville at the 95th Street Library, 3015 Cedar Glade Drive. 

Learn more about Vote By Mail

Polling Places and Absentee Ballots

Contact your County Clerk's Office to find the location of your polling place. Absentee ballots are only available from your County Clerk.

Will County Clerk's Office

302 N. Chicago St.
Joliet, IL 60432
TEL: (815) 740-4615

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Will County Early Voting Locations 

DuPage County Election Commission

421 N. County Farm Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
TEL: (630) 407-5000

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 DuPage County Early Voting Locations

Accessibility

For special accommodations when voting, contact

City Clerk's Office

City of Naperville
400 S. Eagle Street
Naperville, IL 60540
TEL: (630) 305-5300 EMAIL: NapervilleClerks@naperville.il.us

Voting During COVID-19

Practice social distancing. Maintain at least a 6-foot distance from fellow voters and election judges.

Avoid unnecessary contact. Avoid physical contact, including handshakes or hugs, even with people you know. 

Wash hands frequently. Wash your hands or use a hand sanitizer before and after you visit your polling place. 

Wear a face covering. Voters are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering; however, no voter will be denied the right to vote if they show up without a mask. 

Follow polling place guidelines. Review polling locations specifics such as parking and safety precautions in advance of voting.