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Immediate Closure of Middle and Top Levels of Central Parking Facility


Update, April 20, 2021 / Lower level, accessible from Chicago Ave., will remain available for parking. Other levels expected to reopen by end of April.

During the City’s ongoing Central Parking Facility rehabilitation project, it was determined that immediate work is necessary on both the middle and top level to address structural issues.

Beginning Wed., April 21, the middle and top levels (accessible from Jefferson Avenue) of the Central Parking Facility, located at 75. E Chicago Ave., will be closed to all traffic to allow the City’s contractor J. Gill and company to complete the repairs. Weather permitting, the middle and top levels of the facility will remain closed until Thurs., April 29.

Visitors should follow all posted detour and closure signs and use caution in the parking deck. Additional two-hour parking can be found at the Central Park surface lot located on Court Place and Central Lane. More information about downtown parking facilities can be found at www.naperville.il.us/downtownparking.

For information and updates on the Central Parking Facility rehabilitation project, visit www.naperville.il.us/centralparkingfacility.

Central Parking Facility rehab work is set to begin

Original Post, March 30, 2021 / Beginning April 1, the City of Naperville will begin maintenance work on the Central Parking Facility, located at 75 E. Chicago Ave., as part of the downtown parking deck maintenance program. Work will take place in seven phases, allowing portions of the facility to remain open for parking during each phase, and is expected to last until approximately Sept. 3, pending weather or unforeseen circumstances.

The City has contracted with J.Gill and Company to repair the concrete and replace the sealant on all three levels of the Central Parking Facility. Additional work will include repainting the parking facility and coating the roof level. This maintenance will prevent water from leaking through to the lower decks, which contributes to deterioration of the structure.

During the first three phases, a portion of each level will be inaccessible.

During the fourth phase, which is expected to begin in late June, the top level will be completely closed.

During the final three phases, one level will be closed at a time to allow for painting and coating.

Visitors are encouraged to follow all posted detour and closure signs and to use caution while accessing the parking deck. As a reminder, overnight parking is prohibited in the Central Parking Facility on Sunday nights.

For more information about downtown parking facilities, visit www.naperville.il.us/downtownparking.

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