The following excerpt was taken from the Naperville Community Television 17 website from an article on 3-12-2019
Naperville Township hosted a public forum at the Municipal Center last night to educate the public on an upcoming referendum for township residents. The referendum asks, “Shall the Road District of Naperville Township be abolished with all the rights, powers, duties, assets, property, liabilities, obligations, and responsibilities being assumed by Naperville Township?” If voters choose yes, Naperville Township officials say there will be little to no change in services or taxes imposed on township residents. If voters choose not to abolish the road district, a 2017 referendum will likely come into effect to merge the Naperville Township Road District and the Lisle Township Road District into one government entity. Officials told voters that would likely cause a 50 percent tax increase in taxes for Naperville Township residents, while Lisle Township residents will see their taxes decrease by 22 percent. This was the final public forum on the issue and voters will decide on April 2.
Naperville Township, in partnership with the greater Aurora, Naperville & Warrenville communities, and through the efforts of dedicated employees and elected officials, will provide township services in an efficient and effective manner in order to preserve and enhance the quality of life for all our residents. We are committed to listening to and evaluating the needs of the public and shall provide services, which are responsive to the health, safety and general welfare of the entire township.
The township is divided into three departments.
The Assessor's Office is tasked with producing fair and equitable property assessments for tax purposes.
The Supervisor's Office, including the Supervisor, Clerk and Trustees, provides public services and performs township administrative tasks.
The Highway Department provides maintenance and services to unincorporated roads within Naperville Township.
The Highway Department provides maintenance and services to county roads within Naperville Township.
Amount of parcels within Naperville Township of DuPage County.
Equal to 12.18 billion in market value.
The Naperville Township has been in operation since the mid-1800s.
Naperville Township is located in the Southwest corner of DuPage County, IL; approximately 35 miles west of Chicago. The Township is a 36 square mile area bordered by Kane (Kautz Rd.) and Will (87th St.) Counties to the west and south and by Winfield (Townline Rd.) and Lisle (Washington/Modaff) Townships to the north and east respectively. The Township encompasses parts of the cities of Naperville, Aurora, and Warrenville, and the town of Eola. Currently, Naperville Township has just over 34,000 parcels in its jurisdiction, with a little over $4.06 billion in assessed valuation, or around $12.18 billion in market value.
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