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Government


Agendas and Minutes
Certain Naperville boards and commissions post meeting agendas and minutes on-line.
 
Boards and Commissions
Naperville is an active community with a vibrant volunteer spirit. The volunteers who serve on city boards and commissions exemplify outstanding community involvement.
 
Citizen Survey
The results from the 2008 are currently be compiled and will be posted on this Web page soon.
 
City Council Voting Record
Summaries of individual votes placed by Councilpersons at recent Naperville City Council meetings.
 
City Departments
Information about City of Naperville Departments.
 
City Manager
The City Manager is the professional chief administrator for all city operations and is appointed by the City Council.
 
City Organization Chart
The City of Naperville operates under a Council-Manager form of government with eight departments working to support the city's motto of "Great Service - All the Time."
 
Council Q&A
The Question and Answer (Q&A) is a compilation of questions the Mayor and City Council have after their initial review of the most current City Council Meeting agenda packet.
 
Directions to the Municipal Center
The Naperville Municipal Center is located in the heart of downtown Naperville at the intersection of Aurora Avenue and Eagle Street.
 
Federal, State, & Local Governments
This page contains links to information about non-municipal governments.
 
Government Transparency
The City of Naperville promotes transparency in all City departments, divisions and operations by utilizing the City's website to share as much data as possible.
 
Grants
The City of Naperville annually allocates funds from three grants to eligible not-for-profit organizations.
 
Key City Staff Members
A listing of key city staff members with phone numbers.
 
Legislative Priorities
Each year, the city officials work with state legislators, the DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference and the Will County Governmental League to prioritize the issues that are most essential to the city, its residents and businesses.
 
Mayor and City Council
General information about the Mayor and City Council. Meeting agendas and minutes. Mayoral addresses.
 
Mission and Values
The mission of the government of the City of Naperville is to preserve the quality of life by providing municipal services that are responsive to the needs of the residents and businesses and are reliable, efficient and fiscally responsible.
 
Municipal Code
Browse through title and section headings or search the codebook text for municipal laws.
 
Municipal Offices
Address and directions for city of Naperville offices.
 
SECA Fund Applications
The Special Events and Cultural Amenities (SECA) Fund provides an opportunity to grow Naperville's unique identity and sense of community through festivals and public events. In support of these activities, the City of Naperville has offered funds since 2005, derived from the city-wide 1% Food and Beverage Tax, for the purpose of aiding eligible organizations in providing new and continued cultural experiences. The City Council annually provides approximately $2.5 million to qualified applicants.
 
State of the City Address
Mayor A. George Pradel's annual State of the City Address.
 
Strategic Plan
Based on changing demographics, economic characteristics and the addition of five square miles of land through annexations over the last 15 years, the Naperville City Council decided it was time for a new strategic plan.
 
Voting and Voter Registration
Residents may register to vote at the City Clerk’s office in the Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St., between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.