Aggregated monthly tax revenues for retail sales tax, citywide food & beverage, downtown food & beverage, and home rule sales tax from 2009 to 2017. The City implemented a food and beverage tax in 2004 and a downtown food and beverage tax was added in 2008. Home rule sales tax was enacted in July 2016. Rates have changed for some taxes over time, so revenues are factored to quarter-percent rates. The data is used in the Downtown Special Events Analysis (https://data.naperville.il.us/d/nuvp-g4r9/)
All of the City's capital improvement projects over the next five years. This information categorizes the City's projects and includes information regarding funding sources, expense types, and asset types.
Naperville has an annual tree sale for residents.This dataset tracks annual tree sale volumes and analyzes the cumulative stormwater, energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) benefits of the trees since 2010 based on on the National Tree Benefits Calculator (http://www.treebenefits.com/calculator/).
List of vendors that supply goods or services to the City. Dataset is used in Open Checkbook to create highly-interactive charts, graphs and tables how the City allocates public funds. Open Checkbook is part of the City's commitment to open data.
This dataset includes comparable governmental debt for both national and local communities. The data also include the population and total debt per capita. These communities were chosen based upon their size and location and have been historical comparisons for the City of Naperville.