The City of Naperville's Stormwater Management Plan utilizes storm sewers, detention basins and overflow routes to help keep water out of homes and businesses. While the City maintains most of the stormwater facilities, it also relies on the public's cooperation in ensuring these facilities are operating to their designed capacity.
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Yard Drainage and Flooding
Learn more about typical yard drainage systems and how to identify drainage problems.
Home or Structure Flooding
Understand your home's drainage system and how to troubleshoot and prevent structure flooding.
Learn how City streets are used to convey stormwater during a storm event and what residents can do to help prevent street flooding.
Learn how to resolve sidewalk ponding, which is not only a nuisance but also a pedestrian safety concern.
Additional Resources - Who to Contact
Learn who to call when stormwater causes flooding issues in your home or business, yard or sidewalk.
Stormwater Pond Maintenance
Proper care and maintenance of stormwater ponds and structures help ensure they will function as they should when you need them and also protects local water quality.
Public Comment Opportunities
The City of Naperville welcomes comments on its Stormwater Management Plan. In addition, you can view related IEPA general permits.