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Naperville Proposed Districts

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General Information and Map
Open Houses
District Descriptions
Comment Submission 
Stay Informed 

General Information and Map

In the November 2010 election, voters approved a referendum (28,236 voted 'yes' and 14,593 voted 'no') requiring that the City divide into districts beginning with the 2015 municipal election. When this happens, five council members would serve these districts with three additional council members elected at-large.

At the August 16, 2011 City Council meeting, Council directed a team of interdepartmental City staff to develop a map showing the proposed districts. To determine appropriate boundaries, the team utilized census population data as well as the City’s subdivision map and County precinct boundaries.

The proposed map depicts five districts that are close to equal population, maintain the integrity of subdivisions and respect geographic boundaries such as major arterial roads.

The Naperville Proposed Districts map is available at A mobile friendlier version of the map is available at

A series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the district map and the process used to develop the districts is available in the City's Citizen Support Center.

Open Houses 

The City will host a series of six open houses to discuss the proposed Naperville districts map scheduled to commence this spring. Each of the first five open houses will be held within their respective districts with the sixth and final open to residents of all five districts.

The schedule is below:

  • District 1: Tuesday, March 13, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Public Works Service Center, 180 Fort Hill Drive
  • District 2: Tuesday, April 10, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St.
  • District 3: Tuesday, April 24, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Madison Junior High School, 1000 River Oak Drive
  • District 4: Tuesday, May 8, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Clow Elementary School, 1301 Springdale Cir.
  • District 5: Tuesday, May 22, 6:30-8 p.m.
    Fire Station No. 10, 3201 95th St.
  • All Districts: Tuesday, June 12, 3-4:30 p.m.
    Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St.

The purpose of the open houses is to explain the rationale behind the proposed districts and answer questions residents may have about the process or how districting affects them.

District Descriptions

Below are general descriptions of the five proposed districts that can be referred to when examining the districts map.

PDM - District 1DISTRICT 1
The northern and western boundaries of proposed District 1 are formed by the city limits. The southern boundary extends to 75th Street and the eastern boundary generally follows Rickert Drive, Plainfield/Naperville Road and the DuPage River.

PDM - District 2DISTRICT 2
District 2 extends from 75th Street (between Rickert Drive and Washington Street) to the northern city limits. Generally the eastern boundary is Washington Street to Hillside Road and the western boundary is formed by Plainfield/Naperville Road and the DuPage River.

PDM - District 3DISTRICT 3
The northern boundary of District 3 is formed by segments of Chicago Avenue, Prairie Avenue and Hillside Road. The western boundary runs primarily along Washington Street. The eastern and southern boundaries are formed by the city limits.

PDM - District 4DISTRICT 4
Extending between Washington Street and IL Route 59, District 4  surrounds significant portions of the Springbrook Prairie Forest Preserve. The southern boundary of the district generally follows 95th Street to the city limits and the northern boundary is defined by 75th Street.

PDM - District 5DISTRICT 5
District 5 encompasses the southernmost portions of Naperville. Most of the property in this district is south of 95th Street between the DuPage River and the western city limits.

Comment Submission

Please use the form linked below to provide comments regarding the Naperville Proposed District maps.

Stay Informed 

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