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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Temporary weekend closures for Fourth Ave. daily fee parking


Lot maintenance to take place throughout the next three weeks

Daily fee parking for commuters on the north side of Fourth Ave. between Loomis and Wright streets will be closed Sat., July 7 and Sun., July 8 for concrete curb and sidewalk repairs as part of the Municipal Parking Lot Improvement Project.

Various sections of the Fourth Ave. parking lot and the adjacent on-street parking will be temporarily closed to accommodate the construction for the weekend. All parking will be open by Mon., July 9.

Fourth Ave. will remain open to traffic; motorists are advised to use alternate routes to avoid any delays and congestion associated with the project. The City recommends commuters seek other locations for parking. A map of available parking facilities with daily fee parking can be found at www.naperville.il.us/commuterparking.aspx.

Access to residential driveways on Fourth Ave. is expected to be maintained, although brief interruptions may be necessary.

All construction is weather dependent; notice of schedule changes as well as more information about the project will be posted to the City’s website at www.naperville.il.us/commuterparking.aspx, in the City’s Commuter Connection eNewsletter, in the local media when possible and in the train stations prior to and during construction.

Additional construction will be taking place in mid-July that will require full closure of the Fourth Ave. parking lot and on-street parking on alternate weeks. More details on that portion of the project will be posted in the local media, at the parking lot and in the Naperville Metra Station in the coming weeks.

The Municipal Parking Lot Improvement Project includes maintenance work at 20 City-owned parking lots that range from minor work such as sidewalk replacement, curb and gutter replacement and patching to major repair work such as resurfacing and seal coating. The parking lots are located throughout Naperville and include seven fire stations, four downtown lots, six commuter lots, the Naperville Police Department, Electric Service Center and Springbrook Water Reclamation Center.

Construction on all lots is slated for completion by October 2012.

For more information on the City of Naperville, visit www.naperville.il.us.

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