The City Council is comprised of the Mayor and eight Council members elected at large. For more information about the Mayor and each of the Council Members, click on their photo.
High-resolution copies of these photos are available in our Press Room.
A list of other Key City Staff members is also available.
The Naperville City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month in Council Chambers of the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St. Meeting dates and times are subject to change.
Council meetings are televised live on the city's cable channel and replayed based on the network's programming schedule.
Meetings may also be viewed live and on demand using the city's eAgenda system.
Time at each meeting is set aside for a public forum session for questions or comments from the public on items not on the formal agenda. The forum is limited to 30 minutes and individual speakers are limited to three minutes. Persons who would like to address the City Council during the public forum should sign their name, address, and topic of discussion on the register located on the table outside the Council Chambers before the meeting.
City Council Workshops
Council workshops are an opportunity for city council members to analyze issues and exchange ideas on a given topic. In order to comply with the Open Meetings Act, the City Council conducts workshops where they cover certain issues that require more in-depth discussion.
More information about Council Workshops, including agendas and other supporting materials, is available on the City Council Meetings and Workshops page.
Persons with a disability requiring a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in a City Council meeting should contact the city’s ADA/Accessibility Coordinator Marita Manning at (630) 420-6725.
A summary of the City Council voting record for each meeting will be made available online after the official meeting minutes have been approved.
The purpose of citizen participation at city council meetings is to allow residents an opportunity to address the city council on issues of concern. Residents may speak on issues that do not appear on the agenda under public forum. Residents may also speak to specific agenda topics at the time the item is discussed.
One important note to keep in mind is that petitioners, or attorneys representing petitioners, will speak on an agenda item first and have up to 10 minutes. Other speakers who have signed up for the same agenda item have up to three minutes to speak. Public forum topics can be discussed for a maximum of 30 minutes.
For more information, view the following documents: