NAPERVILLE, IL — Naperville city buildings will remain closed until Feb. 1 amid the pandemic. The buildings were initially closed in late November through Jan. 4, but the closure was extended “to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the community,” a news release stated.

During the closure, the city council will continue to conduct its meetings virtually. In select cases, meetings will be available at city buildings by appointment only.

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Residents will still be able to conduct city-related business online or by phone at 630-420-6111.

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