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4th of July: Offices Closing, Garbage Collection Changes

City of Naperville offices will be closed on Independence Day and changes are scheduled for garbage as well as recycling collections for some residents.

A number of closures will be in effect on Wednesday for the 4th of July. Here are a list of some of the closures, changes to hours of operation and changes to garbage collection.

Garbage/Recycling Collection Changes  

There will be no curbside garbage/recycling collection on Wednesday, July 4. Residents whose regular collection occurs on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week will have their garbage and recycling picked up one day later. More Information on residential garbage collection can be found on the city’s website.  

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The city of Naperville’s municipal center will be closed on Wednesday in observance of Independence Day.

 Closures and Operation Changes

  • Administration Building at 320 W. Jackson Ave., will be closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • , 305 W. Jackson Ave. will be closed Wednesday, July 4.
  • South Maintenance Facility, 3415 Book Road, will be closed on Wednesday.
  • Centennial Beach, Paddleboat Quarry, the  and  and  golf courses will operate with normal business hours. For more information on these facilities, please call:
  1. Centennial Beach: 630-848-5092
  2. Millennium Carillon: 630-848-3611
  3. Springbrook Golf Course: 630-848-5060
  4. Naperbrook Golf Course: 630-378-4215

Naperville Public Library

All three library locations: ,  and  will be closed on Wednesday in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Normal hours of 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. will resume on Thursday.

Drive-up returns will continue to be available over the holiday. Materials may be renewed by calling 630.961.0460 or through the Library Catalogwww.naperville-lib.org is open 24/7 for downloads or to renew materials online.

DuPage County Health Department

The DuPage County Health Department’s Public Health Centers in Addison, Lombard, West Chicago, Westmont and Wheaton will be closed Wednesday. The Health Department’s Crisis Hotline 630-627-1700 in Behavioral Health Services will remain in operation.

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