About Your Naperville

Welcome to Your Naperville, the only advertising-free guide dedicated to bringing current and soon-to-be Naperville residents the best of the "Naperville lifestyle."

On our site, you'll find the best guide to events, restaurants, shopping, and activities that Naperville has to offer. Plus, we highlight some of the most unique aspects of our town with our featured articles.

And, for those moving into or out of the city, we're the most complete guide to Naperville real estate on earth. You can search for homes in Naperville, stay on top of home values with our Naperville real estate market statistics, and learn all about buying and selling with our real estate blog. If you're a home buyer and/or seller, this site is exactly what you need.

Your Naperville is operated by John Reh, an Illinois licensed real estate agent and resident of Naperville since 1981.

Contact us with any questions, comments, or suggestions.

A Great Place To Live

Naperville is a fantastic place to live...and others agree. In fact, it was rated as the 2nd best place to live in the USA by Money Magazine in 2006. A 2010 study ranked it as the wealthiest city in all of the midwest among those with a population of 75,000 or more.


Joseph Naper stepped foot onto what would become Naper Settlement all the way back in 1831. A year later, Naper Settlement had a population of 100.

Naperville became an official city in 1890 and remained a somewhat quaint town for another 70 years. It wasn't until the 1960's that the population really started growing. And then, in the 80's and 90's, the population really exploded due to highways, jobs, and wealth.

Geography And Climate

Naperville is a relatively flat expanse of about 40 square miles. The DuPage River is the nearest major body of water.

As a typical midwestern town, Naperville has 4 distinct seasons. We're far enough from lake Michigan to avoid "lake effect" weather though. Summers see average highs in the 80's with the occasional humid day. Winter lows average in the teens.

Demographics And Economy

Roughly 140,000 people live in Naperville, putting it in the top 200 most populous cities in the US. The median age is 36 and the median household income is about $106,000.

Many employers have either their worldwide headquarters or major division offices located in Naperville, including Kraft, ConAgra, Nalco, BP America, Tellabs, Edward Hospital, and many others.


Between school districts #203 and #204, there are 27 elementary schools, 9 jr. highs, and 3 high schools in Naperville. In addition, there are multiple private schools, too.

North Central College's campus is conveniently located in downtown Naperville. A number of major colleges and universities also have satellite campuses here, including DeVry, DePaul, Northern Illinois, and the University of Illinois.

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1212 S. Naper Blvd. #119-116 - Naperville, IL 60540

How Is The Weather In Naperville IL?

naperville weather“How’s the weather in Naperville, IL?”  That’s probably a question you’re asking yourself if you’re visiting or moving to Naperville.

Weather Overview

Overall, you’re getting a full four seasons here.  Winters are cold.  Springs are relatively mild.  Summers usually aren’t too hot but they can be humid on some days.  Falls are great and they’re typically smooth transitions back to the colder temps. [Read more…]