If you've recently had trouble trying to access the city of Naperville's website, don't worry, you're not alone.
The city is currently experiencing some technical difficulties with its website after a virus was found and quarantined. Availability to the site will be "intermittent throughout the remainder of the week," according to a city press release.
Streaming media archives and e-mail services may also be unavailable.
“As a precautionary measure, and at the recommendation of our cyber security consultant, we are bringing many of our systems down to ensure full system integrity," City Manager Doug Krieger said in the press release. "We appreciate your patience during this time.”
The city is encouraging people to call 630-420-6111 or visit the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St., with any questions while the site is down.
Information about the status of the city’s website and how to communicate with city staff via e-mail will be made available through the city’s other communication outlets, including government access TV station WCNC (Ch.6-WOW, Ch.10-Comcast, Ch.99-AT&T) and WPFP 1610AM.