City Buildings Amid Coronavirus Precautions In Naperville

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NAPERVILLE, IL — Naperville's city buildings are set to close at the start of January 2022 amid a surge in coronavirus cases throughout the state.

The city's public safety campus will close Jan. 3 and the municipal center will close Jan. 5. The municipal center is set to reopen briefly to accommodate a planning and zoning commission meeting on Jan. 5.

Residents can still conduct city-related business by phone, email or on the City of Naperville website. Click the link to access Naperville's online help center or call 630-420-6111 for assistance.

City officials anticipate the buildings will reopen Jan. 17.

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This article originally appeared on the Naperville Patch

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