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- Family Fun
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- Spa Relaxation
- Weird Science
- High Rollers
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According to the 2005 American Community Survey, the population of Naperville has reached nearly 150,000, with a median age of 35.9. The median annual household income is $93,338, and the median home value in the city is $382,500. An average household size of 3.05 and 51,636 total housing units in 2005, and growing, Naperville has more than enough room for you and your family. With 53,874 children, Naperville provides an excellent environment for raising children.
School Districts 203 and 204 serve most of Naperville, as well as parts of the surrounding communities of Lisle, Woodridge, Bolingbrook, Warrenville, DuPage, and Will Counties.
July is the hottest month in the Naperville area, but that’s not saying much. The average high is 84 degrees, while the average low is 61. January is generally the coldest month of the year with lows of 10 degrees and highs of 29. Summers in Naperville are usually wet, with June, July, and August all having average rainfall of about 3.35 inches.
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