Above / Naperville Department of Public Works has sent crews out to help keep icy roads as safe as possible. Stay home if possible. City Council meeting begins at 7PM Tues., Feb. 5, and it’s on TV and streaming live.

UPDATE, Feb. 6, 2019 / West Suburban Irish canceled Quiz Night on Feb. 5. The popular trivia night held at Quigley’s Irish Pub was postponed until 7PM Tues., Feb. 12.

Meanwhile think “fundraising green” with thoughts of the WSI Emerald Dinner on Sat., Feb. 23, an evening of fun, frolic, food and friends at White Eagle Club. Then on March 16 with the luck of the Irish, the Rotary Sunrise St. Paddy’s Day 5K at 8AM will be followed by the WSI St. Patrick’s Parade at 10AM in downtown Naperville.


Original Post, Feb. 5, 2019 / Just received a call that it’s sputtering rain in Naperville over by the Main Post Office on Ogden Avenue.

Also received a reply in answer to numerous questions regarding tonight’s City Council Meeting set to begin at 7PM. The City Council meeting is “on.” Watch it live on government access television or streaming at www.naperville.il.us where updates about the weather are also available.

In other news on television tonight, Judie Caribeaux, Executive Director for Family Shelter Service, will be a guest of U.S. Rep. Sean Casten in the audience during the State of the Union Address that begins at 8PM. Watch for Caribeaux and young Allie Bland, also of Naperville, with U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood.

Residents discouraged from traveling this evening and overnight

Be prepared for ice-covered streets and sidewalks as the temperature begins to dip.

Earlier Naper Notify sent out a news alert that with a freezing rain forecast and the temperature’s dropping, Naperville is under an Ice Storm Warning beginning at 6PM.

NPW crews with 22 trucks are out salting roadways to help make it safe as significant icing is expected due to freezing rain, with up to 4/10″ of ice possible. This level of icing will make travel extremely dangerous this evening and overnight. 

According to the alert issued by the City, “residents are strongly discouraged from traveling this evening and overnight. Please stay off the roads. Consider altering your evening commute to an earlier time, if possible. Public Works will be out salting through the night until conditions become too slippery for salt trucks to safely maneuver roads.

“If you must travel, use extreme caution. Slow down, leave additional distance between vehicles, and use extreme care when walking on sidewalks, in parking lots, and at the train station platforms. 

“Ice storms can cause downed tree limbs due to the weight of ice on branches.

“Please report any downed parkway tree limbs to City Dispatch at (630) 420-6187.”

From Naperville Park District regarding cancellations

“Naperville Park District programs that begin after 3PM today are canceled, due to the predicted ice storm this evening.”

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Due to the impending ice storm warning in our area, Naperville 203 is cancelling and rescheduling all after school activities slated to begin after 6:00 p.m. Coaches and club sponsors will be reaching out to parents and students regarding activities scheduled for tonight which may end early or be cancelled.  All before-school activities, tomorrow, February 6, 2019 are cancelled.  YMCA’s ‘Safe ‘n Sound’ and Champions programs will be on site and plan to provide after-school care today, February 5, and tomorrow before-school care, February 6, for students enrolled in those programs at the elementary schools.

District administration will be monitoring the weather throughout the night and if needed any decision regarding school will be communicated tomorrow morning.

Debido a la inminente advertencia de tormenta de hielo en nuestra área, Naperville 203 está cancelando y reprogramando todas las actividades después de la escuela que están programadas para comenzar después de las 6:00 p.m. Los entrenadores y los patrocinadores del club se comunicarán con los padres y los estudiantes con respecto a las actividades programadas para esta noche que pueden terminar antes de lo previsto o que podrían cancelarse.  Todas las actividades antes de la escuela, mañana, 6 de febrero de 2019 están canceladas.  Los programas “Safe‘ n Sound “y Champions del YMCA estarán en el sitio y planean proporcionar servicio después de la escuela hoy, 5 de febrero, y mañana antes de la escuela, 6 de febrero, para estudiantes inscritos en esos programas en las escuelas primarias.

La administración del distrito supervisará el clima durante toda la noche y, si es necesario, cualquier decisión relacionada con la escuela se comunicará mañana por la mañana.

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Due to the ice storm expected in our area, school events running past 6PM this evening have been rescheduled or canceled. Schools are communicating directly with families. 

Before-school activities at the high schools have been canceled for Wednesday, February 6, 2019. 

The YMCA’s Safe ‘n Sound program will still operate after school today and is expected to operate tomorrow.

We will monitor the weather throughout the night and if needed announce any decision regarding school tomorrow morning by 6AM. 

If you must travel this evening, drive safely.