This success, however, does not happen by accident. It takes our city council being open to re-examining city ordinances to ensure our existing local businesses can operate with greater success while keenly protecting the interests of our community residents. Click here for more details on a recent city council vote to adjust the city code to allow tattooing and microblading to support a growing market for these services.
The NACC works closely with our local elected officials, city staff, the Naperville Development Partnership and other groups to provide a fertile environment to attract businesses who are looking to invest in the Naperville area. However, we need to underscore that a desirable community life is a key determinate for larger corporations in choosing where to relocate. This is where our great schools, city services, engaged residents, recreational opportunities, etc. play a vital role in our success. The City of Naperville is in the process of gleaning public input into its revised comprehensive master plan for development. Click here for more information on how to get involved in this process of creating a collective voice (both businesses and residents) for future development in Naperville.
When looking at community and economic development, maintaining the status quo is rarely an option – either a community moves itself forward or by default moves backward. Maintaining a strong community while supporting business growth will position us for sustained success. #NACCBusinessWorks