Naperville Township

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Town Clerk


Welcome to the official Naperville Township Town Clerk website! The Town Clerk is the official clerk of the Board of Trustees, and official record keeper of the Township.

Town Clerk | Nathanael Sippel

What Does the Town Clerk Do?

The Naperville Township Supervisor’s office is the executive office of the Township and the leader of the Board of Trustee’s. The office also acts as treasurer, and is responsible for the financial well-being of the Township. The Supervisor is also in charge of administration, ensuring that emergency and general assistance services are provided to Township residents in need.

Meet the Town Clerk

Nathanael Sippel

Town Clerk (2017 - Present)

Nate Sippel is a resident of the City of Aurora and his lived in the Naperville Township his entire life. A graduate of Waubonsie Valley High School in 2011, Nate went on to study political science at DuPaul University in Chicago and briefly at Georgetown University while working for the Federal Judicial Center in Washington DC. Since returning home to Aurora, Nate works as the Community Outreach Liaison for State Representative Stephanie Kifowit. Nate serves his community through constituent services and local event planning, especially programs for veterans, seniors, and youth. Nate was elected Town Clerk in 2017.

nates@napervilletownship.com

Responsibilities of the Town Clerk

The Town Clerk is the official clerk of the Board of Trustees, and official record keeper of the Township. The Town Clerk serves many essential functions, including conducting the Annual Township Meeting and overseeing weed and grass ordinance enforcement in the Township.

Clerk Sippel also serves as the Naperville Township Freedom of Information Officer and Open Meetings Act Compliance Officer.

People

103,000

Amount of people within Naperville Township of DuPage County

Public Services

18

The Supervisor's Office provides 18 services to its residents

Founded

1849

The Naperville Township governmental body has been in operation since the mid-1800s

Mission Statement

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.