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SCHAUMBURG

COMMUNITY GUIDE

supplement to the schaumburg review


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president’smessage

Thank you for your interest in the Village of Schaumburg. Although

Schaumburg is the largest center of economic development in the State

of Illinois, outside the City of Chicago, we are still very much a community

of neighbors and neighborhoods.

Quality of life is important to us and we are constantly working to enhance

it. Schaumburg boasts more than 80 miles of bike paths, the Schaumburg

Prairie Center for the Arts with it’s 442-seat theater, gallery and outdoor

stage and Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary. With excellent schools, a superb

park district and superior village services, Schaumburg is a wonderful

place to live, work and raise a family. And if you just want to visit, our hotels,

restaurants and shops will make your stay comfortable.

The Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center is as much a work of art as it is of

architecture, with 474 brand new state-of-the-art guest rooms plus 26 suites. Wi-Fi is available

throughout 48,000 square feet of meeting space and 100,000 square feet of column-free convention

space. Enjoy the fine cuisine of Sam & Harry’s Steakhouse. Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and

Convention Center has everything you need and nothing you would expect.

Please take the time to browse through the community guide to learn about our village. We strive to

provide residents, businesses and visitors with the information they need to live, work and play in the

community. Our goal is to inform, communicate and provide services which enhance your experience

living, working or playing in Schaumburg.

Sincerely,

Village of Schaumburg

Al Larson

President

Photo by Kelly Thomas

tableofcontents

5 Letter From the President

6 Village Government

7 Village Information

12 Utilities

13 Education

14 Places of Worship

15 Park District

18 Schaumburg Parks

20 Transportation

22 Advertiser Index

marketing

Niche Publications Manager

Michelle Weiss

Niche Publications Coordinator

Justin Murray

advertising

Advertising Vice President

Peggy Cunniff

Advertising Sales Manager

Tony Ralenkotter

Account Executive

Earl Sabes

Graphic Artist & Cover Design/Photos

Justin Murray

photography

Pioneer Press: Randy Baran,

Stacie Freudenberg, Allen Kaleta,

Jeff Krage, Joel Lerner, Justin Murray,

Herb Shenkin, Joe Shuman and

Kelly Thomas

Additional photos provided by the

Schaumburg Park District

• • • • •

Every effort has been made to ensure the

accuracy of the information in this book. The

Publishers cannot guarantee the correctness

of all the information available to them and

assume no liability arising from error or

omission. Comments concerning this book

should be sent to: Pioneer Press, 3701 W.

Lake, Glenview, IL 60026. Copyright© 2008

Pioneer Press. All Rights Reserved.

Reproducing any part of this book by

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Published October 30, 2008 by Pioneer Press,

3701 W. Lake Avenue, Glenview, Illinois 60026

This directory has been compiled by Pioneer

Press with assistance from the Village of

Schaumburg as a resource for the residents

of the Schaumburg community. Please look

to the listed businesses whenever you have a

need for goods and services. These

businesses have a commitment to the

community and are deserving of your

consideration and support.

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Schaumburg Village Board (Left to right) Seated: Trustee Marge Connelly, Village President Al

Larson and Village Clerk Marilyn Karr. (Left to right) Standing: Trustees Jack Sullivan, George

Dunham, Mark Madej, Tom Dailly, and Hank Curcio.

villageofschaumburg

The

Village of Schaumburg was incorporated on March 7, 1956. On

August 13, 1974, the village board adopted Ordinance #1095

creating the Council-Manager form of government. The Village President

serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the village, serving a four-year term.

In addition, six trustees are elected to serve on the Village Board of Trustees.

Each trustee serves a four-year term with one half of the village board

elected every two years. The Village Board appoints a professional full-time

Village Manager who serves as the Chief Administrative Officer. The Village

Board also appoints the village’s corporate counsel. An elected Village Clerk

serves as the keeper of records.

The president and the trustees are the elected representatives of the village

and are responsible for the formulation of village policies and passing

legislation. The Village Board appoints a Village Manager who is responsible

for enforcing the ordinances of the village and implementing the policies of

the Village Board on a day-to-day basis, through the village’s operating

departments.

The Village Board holds regular public meetings twice a month to take

formal action on issues under consideration. The Village Board also meets as

a working committee of the whole once a month to deal with subjects in

greater detail.

The Village Board meets each month in smaller groups, as committees, with

specific areas of responsibility. The six standing committees are Public

Safety; Finance, Legal, Administration and General Government; Health and

Human Services; Transportation; Engineering and Public Works; and Planning,

Building and Development.

Looking for Peace…...fi nd Him here

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (ELCA) and Preschool

930 W. Higgins Road, Schaumburg, IL

Phone: 847-885-7010

www.princeofpeace.net

Services:

Open enrollment: Preschool and Accredited Kindergarten Programs, Parents

Day Out and Sunbeams & Rainbows Programs

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is an affi rming congregation. We publicly

profess our commitment to invite and openly welcome all to hear and experience

the Word of God.

A part of the community since 1958

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Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Traditional Service

Sunday: 8:30 a.m. Traditional Service

9:45 a.m. Traditional Service

11:00 a.m. Crossroads: Contemporary Praise

and Worship Service

localmunicipalofficials

VillagE PRESidEnT

• Al Larson

BoaRd of TRuSTEES

• Marge Connelly • Hank Curcio

• Tom Dailly • George Dunham

• Mark Madej • Jack Sullivan

VillagE ClERk

• Marilyn Karr

VillagE ManagER

• Ken Fritz

SChauMBuRg’S fEdERal SEnaToRS & REPRESEnTaTiVES

• U.S. Senator Richard Durbin

• U.S. Senator Barack Obama

• Congresswoman Melissa Bean

• Congressman Mark Steven Kirk

• Congressman Peter Roskam

SChauMBuRg’S STaTE SEnaToRS

• John Milner • Dan Kotowski

• Matt Murphy • Michael Noland

SChauMBuRg’S STaTE REPRESEnTaTiVES

• Suzanne Bassi • Paul Froehlich

• Carolyn Krause • Fred Crespo

(From left) Schaumburg Township Trustee Diane Dunham, U.S. Representative Melissa Bean and

Tammy Duckworth, Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs. Photo by Joel Lerner

Schaumburg Township District Library www.stdl.org

The Schaumburg Township District Library (STDL) has been serving the residents of

Schaumburg Township for over 40 years. Opening its doors in 1963 in a small house,

STDL has expanded to a 166,000 sq. ft. central library in Schaumburg with two branches

in Hoffman Estates and Hanover Park. Come and see all we have to offer!

Central Library

130 South Roselle Road

Schaumburg, IL 60193

(847) 985-4000

Hanover Park

Branch Library

1266 Irving Park Road

Hanover Park, IL 60133

(630) 372-7800

Hours

Mon.:-Fri. 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sunday: Noon – 5 p.m.

(Memorial Day through Labor Day)

Noon – 9 p.m.

(School Year)

Hours

Mon.- Thurs.: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Fri. & Sat.: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sunday: Closed

Hoffman Estates

Branch Library Hours

1550 Hassell Road Mon.- Thurs.: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 Fri. & Sat.: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

(847) 885-3511 Sunday: Closed

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publicutilities

• Commonwealth Edison Company, electric service

• AT&T, telephone and cable service

• NICOR, gas service

• Comcast and Wide Open West (WOW!), cable television

• Schaumburg Engineering and Public Works Department,

water and sewer service

• Allied Waste Services, refuse disposal

postalservice

2 PoST offiCES loCaTEd in ThE VillagE

• Schaumburg Road at Hilltop Drive located in Hoffman Estates

• Mall Drive at Kimberly Drive

policeprotection

1 public safety building with 132 authorized sworn officers, 40 auxiliaries,

9 community service officers, 16 crossing guards, 43 civilian personnel and

71 vehicles

fireprotection

5 fire stations, 137 full-time fire fighters including: 75 paramedics,

19 vehicles, 2 110-foot ladder trucks, 4 engine companies, 4 ambulance

companies and 1 squad company

communityorganizations

Numerous community organizations representing fraternal, professional,

veterans, commerce, special interests, hobby, youth, men, women, seniors,

single, civic, political, recreational, educational, religious, historical, athletic,

and other groups; 57 homeowners associations located within the

community

parksandrecreation

SChauMBuRg PaRk diSTRiCT:

• Over 1000 acres of land including 135-acre Spring Valley

Nature Sanctuary

• An indoor family aquatic center

• 5 swimming pools

• YMCA

• 47 playgrounds/tot lots

• 3 community fitness centers

• 2 gymnasiums

• Lifetime Fitness Center

• 2 golf courses

• 53 outdoor athletic fields

• 3 large Cook County forest preserves adjacent to the village

newspapers

• 1 suburban daily

• 2 suburban weeklies

• 2 Chicago dailies

education

• Primary Schools: School Districts 15, 46 and 54

• Secondary Schools: School Districts 46 and 211

• 1 comprehensive university located in the Village: Roosevelt University

• 1 community college located contiguous to the Village: Harper

Community College

• 6 satellite campuses located in the Village

• 10 other colleges and universities within 25 miles of the Village

library

Schaumburg Township District Library contains 463,237 books,

3,460 magazine titles, 71,014 audio-visual materials and a

Business Library.

healthcare

• 3 hospitals containing over 1,200 beds located in the

immediate area

• 4 health centers and clinics located in the community

religiousinstitutions

23 churches representing Lutheran, Baptist, Roman Catholic, Evangelical,

Messianic/Reformed Jewish, Methodist, Christian Scientist, Presbyterian,

Mennonite, Apostolic/Pentecostal, Mormon and other Non-denominational

faiths

effectivetaxrate

• Schaumburg Township 7.376

• Palatine Township 7.015

(Per $100 of Equalized Assessed Valuation)

• Hanover Township 7.150

Connor Murray sits next to “Computing A Future,” one of the many pieces of art on display in

the Schaumburg Public Library. Photo by Justin Murray

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guidetothevillageofschaumburg

RoBERT o. aTChER MuniCiPal CEnTER

101 Schaumburg Court, Schaumburg IL 60193

847-895-4500 (operator assisted)

847-895-0007 (automated)

CiTizEn CoMMiTTEES and CoMMiSSionS

Vacancies on Schaumburg’s committees and commissions are filled by mayoral appointment. These

panels study specific municipal issues such as community health, the environment, zoning, planning,

historic preservation, business, recreation and cultural programs. For information on committee

appointments and service, contact the Village President’s office (847-923-4402).

MuniCiPal dEPaRTMEnTS

The Village Manager directs operations of all Village Departments including General Government,

Police, Fire, Engineering and Public Works, Cultural Services, Human Resources, Information Technology,

Finance, Transportation and Community Development.

fiRE dEPaRTMEnT

Five fire stations are located throughout the village and are manned by fire fighting professionals.

Stations include:

• Station 54 (headquarters) 1601 N. Roselle Rd. (847-923-4453)

• Station 51 950 W. Schaumburg Rd. (847-524-6478)

• Station 52 1024 N. Meacham Rd. (847-517-2587)

• Station 53 1351 S. Wright Blvd. (847-985-4450)

• Station 55 716 S. Plum Grove Rd. (847-923-6770)

The department offers emergency response services including fire, ambulance, hazardous materials,

underwater rescue and recovery, high angle, trench and confined space rescue; and education/fire

prevention programs including school presentations, fire safety trailer, station tours, high rise drills and

Explorer Scout Post 333. (9-1-1, emergency; 847-885-6300, non emergency; 847-923-6742, Fire Marshall)

PoliCE dEPaRTMEnT

Schaumburg Police Department operations are conducted from the Martin J. Conroy Center, 1000 W.

Schaumburg Road. The main responsibility of this department is to preserve the public peace, prevent

crime, protect life and property, apprehend criminals and detect and arrest those who break the law or

disregard village ordinances. The department also regulates vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

The department has adopted the community-oriented policing concept as its philosophy. Under this

concept, the department strives to include members of the community in solving neighborhood and

village-wide problems.

Services of the Schaumburg Police Department include alcohol awareness training for bartenders;

Officer Friendly Program for school children; Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) for sixth grade

elementary students; summer bike safety programs; providing speakers on various crime prevention

programs; vehicle identification program; and Neighborhood Watch.

(9-1-1, emergency; 847-882-3586, non-emergency).

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Photo by Allen Kaleta

EnginEERing and PuBliC

WoRkS dEPaRTMEnT

The Schaumburg Engineering and Public

Works Department located at 714 S. Plum

Grove Rd. (847-895-7100), is responsible for

maintaining village-owned properties and

equipment. Services are provided by 10

divisions: Street Division, Grounds Division,

Construction Division, Forestry Division,

Traffic Division, Building Division, Water

Division, Storm Sewer Division, Sanitary

Sewer Division and Fleet Services Division.

Requests for service: Office hours are 8 a.m.

to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. During

non-office hours, if a request requires an

immediate response, contact the Police

Department at 847-882-3586.

The Engineering Division prepares detailed

plans and specifications for public

improvements, infrastructure and some

rehabilitation projects.

Inspections include construction of streets,

street lights, sidewalks, bike paths, sewers,

water mains, grading and parking lots

within commercial, industrial and residential

areas. (847-923-4440).

finanCE dEPaRTMEnT

The Department of Finance is responsible

for managing and investing all village funds.

It is also responsible for collections,

purchasing, general accounting, Village

Treasury, debt administration, and water

billing. (847-923-4532)

The department is also responsible for

collecting fees for business and liquor

licenses, vehicle registrations, inspection

fees, sales and income taxes, fines, zoning

fees, donations, motor fuel tax funds, special

assessments, vehicle and pet licenses and

miscellaneous revenues. Parking passes for

the Schaumburg train station can be

purchased here (847-923-4541).

TRanSPoRTaTion dEPaRTMEnT

The Transportation Department oversees

Schaumburg’s Transit Programs including

Dial-A-Ride Transportation (DART),

Schaumburg’s Woodfield Trolley, the

Lunchtime Shoppers Shuttle and Pace

Routes 554 (Elgin-Schaumburg) and 602

(serving Schaumburg’s Metra Commuter

Station), Senior and Disabled Taxi Programs

and Septemberfest Special Event Bus

Shuttle services.

Additional departmental focus includes

general administrative oversight of the

Schaumburg Regional Airport,

Schaumburg’s Bikeways Programs, Traffic

studies and participating/coordinating

general transportation planning internally

and externally with agencies including Cook

County and the Illinois Department of

Transportation. (847-923-3861)

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gEnERal goVERnMEnT

The General Government Department includes the Village Manager’s office,

Legal, Public Relations and Human Services.

ThE PuBliC hEalTh & nuRSing diViSion

The Public Health and Nursing Division inspects public and commercial

facilities and checks reports of community health problems.

Schaumburg’s community blood drive is coordinated by this department. Also

offered are a variety of health services including wellness clinics, TB clinics and

seasonal immunizations.

Home care is provided to those who do not qualify for other programs. A

physician’s order and assessment by a registered nurse are required for

admission to this program. The Access to Care Program allows medically

indigent residents to receive primary health care. Intake for this program is

offered through the Nursing Division. Also international travel certificates are

validated in this department. (847-923-3766)

huMan SERViCES diViSion

Family counseling is available to residents at the Family Counseling Center

(847-524-3766).

ThE BaRn

The Schaumburg Barn serves as a second home for many of the area’s seniors

and disabled friends. The Village of Schaumburg’s programs for seniors and

disabled provide food, fun, and fellowship, as well as an opportunity for

seniors to help their fellow seniors and their community. The Barn is located at

231 S. Civic Drive. (847.524.7496)

SChauMBuRg TEEn CEnTER

The Schaumburg Teen Center provides recreational activities and emotional

support for residents ages 12 to 19. Adult supervision is provided and adult

volunteers are always needed. (847-524-3388)

CoMMuniTY dEVEloPMEnT dEPaRTMEnT

The Community Development Department is responsible for economic

development, planning, code enforcement, zoning, development engineering,

building construction and environmental health. Subsequent to the five major

functions, a myriad of more specialized programs provide a complete palate

of public services, including; landscape programs, neighborhood planning,

residential tear down assistance, permitting services, building code

compliance inspections, land development services, code enforcement, health

code enforcement, and fire inspection services.

Photos by Allen Kaleta

Overall, the purpose of the Community Development Department is to

provide a complete array of functions which leads to a yet stronger business

and residential climate within the village. Oversight and administration of all

planning and economic development functions for the village are

accomplished by reviewing new development and redevelopment proposals,

implementing economic development strategies, administrating the

comprehensive plan, conducting long range planning projects, performing

landscape design and inspections, insuring safe building construction,

oversight of exciting new subdivisions, implementation of fire suppression

systems, licensing and inspection of almost 500 restaurants and enforcement

of residential and commercial codes.

Important funding sources include Village of Schaumburg General Funding,

Olde Schaumburg Centre Tax Increment Finance District and Community

Development Block Grant funds.

Department staff, through the various functions and programs, serve as liaison

to several boards, commissions and committees. These include the Zoning

Board of Appeals (ZBA), Plan Commission (PC), Olde Schaumburg Centre

Commission (OSCC), Schaumburg Business Development Commission (SBDC),

Electrical Commission (EC), Environmental Committee (ECOM), Board of

Health (BH) and Tax Increment Finance District Joint Review Board (TIFJRB).

Additionally the Director of Community Development sits in membership on

the Board of Local Improvement (BOLI).

The Department also provides appropriate staff assistance to the Village

Board (VB), via the Village Manager and the Office of the Village Manager.

CulTuRal SERViCES dEPaRTMEnT/PRaiRiE CEnTER foR ThE aRTS

Established in 1986 and renovated in 1997, the Prairie Center for the Arts is

Schaumburg’s cultural jewel. Including a 442-seat theater, exhibition gallery,

television studio, lakeside outdoor amphitheater, state-of-the-art lecture hall

and comfortable meeting rooms, the Prairie Center has become a regional

cultural hub. Hundreds of locally produced and national touring shows grace

the Prairie Center’s stages each year and include: music, theater and dance

geared to all ages and cultural interests. A programming guide is printed

annually. (847-895-3600)

oThER VillagE dEPaRTMEnTS inCludE huMan RESouRCES

and infoRMaTion TEChnologY

Photos by Justin Murray

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villageofschaumburg

servicesandamenitites

BikE PaThS

Schaumburg has an extensive system of 86 miles of bike paths, many

extending through parks and connecting public buildings and historic

locations. Many of the paths also connect to bike paths in adjacent towns. Bike

route maps are available by calling 847-923-3862.

Blood dRiVES

Community blood drives are held quarterly in different Schaumburg locations.

Call 847-923-3703 for more information.

BRuSh PiCk-uP PRogRaM

The Engineering and Public Works Department administers a semi-annual,

Village-wide brush pick-up program to assist residents in single family homes

in disposing of shrub and tree branches. Detailed information and dates will

appear in the Cracker Barrel. Call 847-895-7100 for more information.

Building PERMiTS

Before any construction is undertaken, (i.e. fences, patios, sheds, porches, water

softener installation, etc.) please contact the Community Development

Department for a permit. A brochure, What You Should Know About Building in

Schaumburg, is free to residents.

BuSinESS liCEnSES

Each company, individual, or door-to-door solicitor doing business in the

Village must be registered and licensed. License fee schedules are available

from the Finance Department.

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ChildREn’S afTER SChool PRogRaM

Schaumburg cooperates with the Alfred Campanelli YMCA, Schaumburg Park

District and School District 54 in coordinating a before and after school

program for children at local schools. Known as KASPer (Kids After School

Program) the program was created to care for "latch key" children who might

otherwise be home alone while parents work. Call 847-891-9622 for

information.

Spring Valley Nature Center. Photo by Randy Baran

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CRaCkER BaRREl

The Cracker Barrel is a quarterly newsletter produced by the village and mailed to all residents and

businesses. This publication includes information on activities, events, programs and people of the

village.

CuRB/SidEWalk PRogRaM

The Engineering and Public Works Department has a "share the cost" replacement program for curbs

and sidewalks. Residents replacing driveways may want the sidewalk, curb and gutter replaced

simultaneously. The Village may share the cost of this replacement with the homeowner. For

information, call Public Works at 847-895-7100.

faMilY CounSEling CEnTER

The Schaumburg Family Counseling Center provides counseling services for village residents on

issues such as school problems, discipline concerns, marital difficulties, conflicts relating to divorce

and remarriage, job-related problems and other areas of concern. The Family Counseling Center is

located at 217 S. Civic Drive. For additional information call 847-524-1505.

faRMER’S MaRkET

Fresh from the farm produce is sold at Schaumburg’s Farmer’s Market held one day each week

throughout the summer and early fall. For days and location, call 847-923-3855.

gaRagE SalES

All garage sales require a permit issued by the Community Development Department.

Call 847-923-4420.

SChauMBuRg MuniCiPal hEliSToP

The Schaumburg Municipal Helistop (landing pad for helicopters) is located one block south of Golf

Road on America Lane between Plum Grove Road and State Parkway. The helistop is equipped with

pilot lead in lights and a windsock along the 25’ x 25’ concrete pad. Helicopter parking available

adjacent to the pad and there are two spaces available for vehicle parking. The helistop is available

daily between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. (847-923-3860).

houSing

A wide variety of housing is available including single-family homes, apartments, duplexes and town

homes.

A Residential Rehabilitation Program is available to Schaumburg residents. The village provides loans to

income qualifying homeowners. For additional information call 847-923-3851.

liBRaRY

The Schaumburg Township District Library is located in Schaumburg’s landmark Town Square at the

corner of Roselle and Schaumburg Roads. It is the second largest public library in the State of Illinois

and is the designated business library for the Chicago suburban area. It is set up to draw on the

resources of thousands of other state libraries through the inter-library loan service. The full-service,

state-of-the-art library also presents various programs and classes for all age groups. For additional

information contact the library at 847-985-4000.

loan CloSET

Crutches, walkers, wheelchairs and similar items are available, on a loan basis, to residents. Refundable

deposits are required and the equipment must be picked up at the Public Health and Nursing Division,

521 E. Schaumburg Road. Call 847-923-3766 for more information.

ouTdooR SuMMER ConCERTS

Free Summer Breeze Concerts, featuring a variety of musical performances, are held at the Prairie

Center outdoor stage on several Saturday evenings throughout the summer. The stage is located at the

intersection of Schaumburg Road and Summit Drive. The concerts are co-sponsored by the Village of

Schaumburg and the Schaumburg Park District. Call 847-895-3600 for information.

PaRkS and RECREaTion

The Schaumburg Park District maintains more than 1,000 acres of landscaped parks including Spring

Valley Nature Sanctuary, a prairie wild life preserve and an indoor and outdoor museum. The Park

District also operates four community recreation centers, including the Water Works Oasis, a spectacular

indoor pool facility. Golf courses, racquetball courts, summer boat rentals and three outdoor swimming

pools also are under the District’s jurisdiction. Classes in a variety of subjects, senior citizen activities

and group all-day or weekend trips also are offered. Call 847-490-7015.

PoST offiCE

The full-service Schaumburg Post Office is

located at 450 W. Schaumburg Road. Call

847-885-6500.

PRaiRiE aRTS fESTiVal

An annual two-day judged arts show and

sale, featuring the work of more than 150

artists, is held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

Memorial Day Weekend at the Prairie Center

for the Arts. Call 847-885-3600.

SChauMBuRg REgional aiRPoRT

The Village of Schaumburg purchased the

Schaumburg Regional Airport in 1994 and

has since made numerous improvements

that have transformed the facility into one

of the premier general aviation facilities in

the area. For the non-flying public, the

airport boasts a family orientated, aviationthemed

restaurant. The airport is home to

several general aviation businesses

including flight training, aircraft charters,

aircraft rental, helicopter rides, airplane

rides an aircraft maintenance. In addition,

the Schaumburg Regional Airport is home

to all of the local network television news

helicopters. Call 847-985-9778.

VillagE of SChauMBuRg iS PaRT

of SChauMBuRg, hanoVER and

PalaTinE ToWnShiPS

Schaumburg Township:

People who live in an area bounded by

Barrington Road, Northwest Tollway, I-290/

IL54 and Devon Avenue live within the

boundaries of Schaumburg Township.

Contact by phone at 847-884-0030.

Hanover Township:

Schaumburg residents living west

of Barrington Road reside within the

boundaries of Hanover Township.

Palatine Township:

Schaumburg residents living north of

Algonquin Road reside within the

boundaries of Palatine Township.

Each of the townships offer a variety of

programs targeted to all residents and may

offer specialized services for senior citizens,

disabled residents and teens in addition

to the portfolio of services available to all

township residents.

Contact your township office for specific

information ranging from real estate taxes,

available from the tax assessor’s office to

meetings of their boards and information on

publications which may be available.

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SChoolS

Schaumburg is served by three elementary districts: Schaumburg Township

School District 54 (847-885-6700), Palatine Community Consolidated District

15 (847-934-2770) and Elgin School District U46. (847-888-5000)

Township High School District 211 includes five high schools, three of which

serve Schaumburg students. (847-359-3300)

Harper College, a two-year community college, is located in Palatine. Roosevelt

University offers baccalaureate and advanced degrees at its Schaumburg

campus.

SEPTEMBERfEST

Each Labor Day Weekend, Schaumburg sponsors a three-day festival that

includes the Taste of Schaumburg, a three-day arts and crafts fair, live

entertainment, fireworks, food and game booths, and a variety of other

activities for all age groups. A parade is a featured attraction on Labor Day. The

three-day event takes place at the Municipal Center "fairgrounds."

Transportation to the site is available on six shuttle routes. For more

information call 847-895-3600.

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Photos by Joe Shuman.

SPRing VallEY

Schaumburg Park District maintains a unique, 135-acre prairie preserve at

1111 E. Schaumburg Road. A model for natural landscaping and wildlife

enhancement and conservation, it contains three-and-one-half miles of

handicapped accessible trails complete with markers, trail-side exhibits on

marsh and prairie land, a historic farm site, Salt Creek, pond observation area,

formal historic rest areas, benches, native trees, arboretum and abundant

wildlife.

uTiliTiES

Schaumburg is served by Commonwealth Edison, 800-334-7661; AT&T, 800-244-

4444; and NICOR Gas Company, 888-642-6748. Most Village residents receive

water and sewer service through the Village of Schaumburg.

schaumburgutilities

ElECTRiC

Commonwealth Edison Company, a private utility corporation, provides

electrical service to all areas of Schaumburg.

For further information please contact:

Commonwealth Edison.................................................................................800-334-7661

gaS

NICOR Gas Company serves the community’s natural gas service needs.

For further information please contact:

NICOR Gas ..........................................................................................................888-642-6748

TElEPhonE

AT&T provides the village with telephone service.

For further information please contact:

AT&T .....................................................................................................................800-244-4444

CaBlE TElEViSion

Comcast, Wide Open West (WOW!) and AT&T provide cable television service

throughout Schaumburg.

For further information concerning cable television, please contact:

Comcast ..............................................................................................................866-594-1234

Wide Open West (WOW!) .............................................................................866-496-9669

REfuSE diSPoSal

The village licenses only one refuse, recyclables and landscape waste collection

company to serve all single and multiple-family residences that have access to

curb side collection. Refuse, recyclables and landscape waste must be stored in

covered containers behind buildings or out of sight in suitable storage areas

until they are put out for collection. Glass and metal food containers,

newspaper and plastic milk containers must be separated from other refuse.

Recycling containers can be acquired from Allied Waste Services. Landscape

waste must also be stored separately from other refuse.

For further information concerning refuse disposal, please contact:

Allied Waste Services .....................................................................................800-650-0303

Photos by Joe Shuman

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primaryschools

PalaTinE CoMMuniTY ConSolidaTEd diSTRiCT 15

580 N. First Bank Drive, Palatine 60067 ..................................................847-934-2770

SChauMBuRg ToWnShiP SChool diSTRiCT 54

524 E. Schaumburg Road..............................................................................847-357-5000

Elgin uniT diSTRiCT 46

355 E. Chicago Street, Elgin 60120 ...........................................................847-888-5000

secondaryschools

ToWnShiP high SChool diSTRiCT 211

1750 S. Roselle Road, Palatine 60067 ......................................................847-755-6600

Photo by Jeff Krage

Elgin uniT diSTRiCT 46

355 E. Chicago Street,

Elgin 60120 ...............847-888-5000

parochial

schools

ST. PETER luThERan SChool

208 E. Schaumburg Road

......................................847-885-7636

ST. John luThERan SChool

1800 S. Rodenburg Road

......................................847-524-5328

SChauMBuRg ChRiSTian

SChool

200 N. Roselle Road

......................................847-885-3230

ST. huBERT CaTholiC

SChool

255 Flagstaff Lane,

Hoffman Estates 60194

......................................847-885-7702

Weekly Schedule

Adult Bible Study and Sunday School—9:45 A.M.

Sunday Services—11:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.

Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study—7:00

Nursery provided for all services.

colleges&universities

aRgoSY uniVERSiTY

1000 N. Plaza Drive, Ste. 100 ........................................................................847-290-7400

dEPaul uniVERSiTY

2550 N. Golf Road, Ste. 255, Rolling Meadows 60008........................847-437-9522

illinoiS inSTiTuTE of aRT

1000 Plaza Drive ..............................................................................................847-619-3450

inTERnaTional aCadEMY of dESign & TEChnologY

915 National Parkway ....................................................................................888-636-3111

kEllER gRaduaTE SChool of ManagEMEnT

1051 Perimeter Drive, 9th Flr. ......................................................................847-330-0040

lakE foREST gRaduaTE SChool of ManagEMEnT

1295 E. Algonquin Road ................................................................................847-576-1212

RooSEVElT uniVERSiTY

1651 McConnor Parkway..............................................................................847-619-7300

uniVERSiTY of PhoEnix

1500 McConnor Parkway, Ste. 700.............................................................847-413-1922

WilliaM RainEY haRPER CollEgE

1200 W. Algonquin Road, Palatine 60067 ...............................................847-925-6000

St. Peter

Lutheran

School

of Schaumburg

Academic excellence

in a Christian environment

since 1847.

• Pre-school and Kindergarten half & full day programs.

• Elementary and junior high classes in one building, yet

separate wings.

• Before and after school care from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

• Spanish language class.

• Fully accredited by the state of IL and by the NLSA.

• State certifi ed teachers, many holding advanced

degrees.

• Extracurricular activities including: competitive sports,

band, choirs, scouts, chess club & cheerleading.

Spiritually Enriching

Academically Challenging

(847) 885-7636

208 E. Schaumburg Rd., Schaumburg

www.stpeterlcms.com

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placesofworship

aPoSToliC/PEnTECoSTal

The Victorious Church of Jesus Christ

32 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-882-0004

BaPTiST

Bethel Baptist Church

200 N. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-885-3230

Calvary Baptist Church

1000 S. Springinsguth Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-895-7686

Korean Baptist Church

316 N. Springinsguth Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-843-0855

ChRiSTian SCiEnTiST

First Church of Christ Scientist

603 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-895-3695

EVangEliCal

Covenant Church of Schaumburg

301 N. Meacham Rd.

Schaumburg 60173.....................................................................................847-605-8334

JEhoVah’S WiTnESS

Jehovah’s Witness

1320 Rodenburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................630-539-9678

luThERan

St. John Lutheran Church

1800 S. Rodenburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-524-9746

St. Peter Lutheran Church

202 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-885-3350

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placesofworship

Lord of Life Lutheran Church

119 W. Wise Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-894-8877

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

930 W. Higgins Rd.

Schaumburg 60195.....................................................................................847-885-7010

MEnnoniTE

Christ Mennonite Church

888 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-895-3654

METhodiST

Our Redeemer United Methodist

1600 W. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-882-6116

Our Savior United Methodist

701 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-352-8181

Salem Korean United Methodist Church

10 S. Walnut Ln.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-534-2826

MoRMon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints

1320 W. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumurg 60194 .......................................................................................847-882-9889

non-dEnoMinaTional

Schaumburg Church of Christ

601 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-985-0028

PRESBYTERian

Gospel Presbyterian Church

210 S. Plum Grove Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-352-0157

RoMan CaTholiC

Church of the Holy Spirit

1451 Bode Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-882-7580

St. Marcelline Church

820 S. Springinsguth Rd.

Schaumburg 60193.....................................................................................847-524-4429

St. Matthew Church

1001 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg 60194.....................................................................................847-891-1220

SYnagoguES

Beth Tikvah Congregation

300 Hillcrest Blvd.

Hoffman Estates 60169..............................................................................847-885-4545

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schaumburggolfclub

401 N. Roselle Road .........................................................................................847-490-7076

Pro Shop: ..............................................................................................................847-885-9000

This beautifully landscaped, 27-hole course will challenge both new and

veteran golfers. Originally built in 1928, the course boasts rolling topography,

wide fairways, mature trees and scenic vistas. The 27-hole championship design

offers a chance to play a different layout each month, utilizing each course. If

you do not have time to play the 18-hole course, tee it up on our championship

nine-hole course. SGC offers a full-service practice range with practice putting

and chipping green.

The Schaumburg Golf Club has been host to the United States Open Qualifying,

Illinois State Open Championship Qualifying, and Illinois State Amateur

Qualifying, as well as many Illinois PGA events. Play the course the top golf

associations have chosen to host their championship events.

Take your game to another level at the Academy. The Academy offers individual

lessons and custom clinics tailored to meet your goals. Academy coaches use a

private teaching tee, two putting greens, and a practice chipping and bunker

area to work with you on your golf game. Sessions can include club fitting,

video analysis, full swing or tune-up sessions. The Academy was ranked in the

top 5 in the state.

The Schaumburg Golf Club is dedicated to excellence in all areas. Call our

professional staff to book your tee time today, take advantage of the club’s 14

day advance tee time policy.

Course Features: Championship 27 holes, Bent Grass Tees and Fairways, Practice

Range, Greens for Putting and Chipping, The Academy at Schaumburg Golf

Club

Where We SHARE The Caring

Christ through…

Supporting one another

Helping those in our community

Adoring our great God through worship

Reaching out to those who do not know him

Educating all God’s people

St. Peter Lutheran

Church & School

202 E. Schaumburg Rd. – Schaumburg

847-885-3350

“The Heart & Beginnings of Schaumburg”

SERVICES

Weekly at our Worship Center

Saturday @ 5:00 PM (Family Oriented)

Sunday @ 7:45 AM (Traditional Music)

Sunday @ 9:00 AM (Traditional Music)

Sunday @ 11:00 AM (Contemporary Music)

Monday @ 7:00 PM ((Traditional Music)

First Sunday of every month at the Red School

FIRE – Youth Worship (Contemporary Music)

STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

Christi an Education Hour - Every Sunday 10:00 AM to 11 AM

Children: Sunday School - Jr. & Sr. High School Bible Study

Adult Bible Study: “Crossways” (Traveling through the Bible)

Pastor’s Bible Study - Parenting Bible Study

Weekly Classes:

Young Adults Bible Study

Senior Christians Bible Study - Sunrise Bible Study

Thursday Morning Bible Study At Friendship Village–

Ladies Bible Study & Luncheon - Pre-Marriage

Senior High Youth Fellowship / Bible Study (“Oasis”)

MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

Adult and Teen Choirs and Bells

Instrumental Groups

St. Peter’s Flute Choir - Soloists and Small Ensembles

The Community of St. Peter Welcomes You!

Amenities: Pro Shop, Club Fitting, Bag Drop Area, Lessons and Clinics, Junior

Programs, Leagues and Tournaments, Men’s/Women’s Locker Rooms, Full

Service Grill and Lounge, Beverage Cart and Halfway House, Complete Banquet

Facilities

The Schaumburg Golf Club offers complete golf outing services including

dinner packages. Our professional golf and banquet services staff will assist you

in planning your next event.

Photo by Kelly Thomas

Schaumburg Golf Club also offers year-round banquet and meeting facilities.

Our services include accommodations for groups up to 350 and a professional

planning staff to ensure the success of your event.

Events Include: Wedding Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Holiday Parties, Bar/Bat

Mitzvahs, Anniversary Parties, Birthday Celebrations, Graduation Parties,

Reunions, Baby and Bridal Showers, Corporate Meetings and Luncheons,

Special Occasions and Family Gatherings.

The Best

Education

For All

The Right

Reasons

Schaumburg ChristianSchool

Developing Young Lives

through character training

& outstanding academics

200 N. Roselle Road | Schaumburg, IL 60194 | (847) 885-3230

www.bethelministries.org | A ministry of Bethel Baptist Church

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springvalleynaturecenter

&volkeningheritagefarm

Nature Center, 1111 E. Schaumburg Road

Heritage Farm, 201 S. Plum Grove Road

Spring Valley is a refuge of 135 acres of fields, forests, marshes and streams with

over three miles of handicapped-accessible trails, a museum featuring natural

history displays and information, and an 1880s living-history farm. Spring Valley

is open to the general public. Admission is free. Call 847-985-2100 for more

information.

VERa MEinEkE naTuRE CEnTER

The earth-sheltered visitor center provides an introduction to Spring Valley’s

135 acres of restored prairies, woodlands and wetlands and three miles of trails.

The center contains natural history exhibits that change seasonally, a

demonstration Backyard for Wildlife, an observation tower, classrooms, an

extensive library, gift sales area and restrooms.

VolkEning hERiTagE faRM

Step back into the past for a look at Schaumburg as it was in the 1880s – a rural

German farm community. Help with seasonal farm chores, participate in family

activities and games of the 1880s, or simply visit the livestock and soak in the

quiet. Authentically dressed interpreters will welcome and share activities with

visitors throughout the site.

Springtime on the Farm at Spring Valley Nature Center. Photos by Jeff Krage

EnViRonMEnTal EduCaTion PRogRaMS

School, Scout and adult groups are encouraged to take advantage of Spring

Valley’s Group Venture Program. Programs change seasonally and are geared

for specific age groups.

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S ERVING

THE

N ORTHWEST

S UBURBS

S I NCE 1959

EnViRonMEnTal ouTREaCh PRogRaM

We’ll bring our outreach program to your site. Topics include forests, worms,

spiders, mammals, food webs and the water cycle. Students will participate in

hands-on activities, puppet shows, songs and games. Topics may be adapted to

students in grades one through six, and are correlated with Illinois State

Standards.

SChool PRogRaMS aT ThE faRM

Learn local history with a visit to the farm. Elementary students will experience

Hands-on-History recreating farm life in the 1880s. Children from the age of

four through first grade will learn about food, farmers, and farm animals in

Farms and Foods.

WoRkShoPS foR TEaChERS and SCouT lEadERS

Spring Valley staff will offer Project Wild, Project Learning Tree, Project Wild

Aquatic, and Project WET to any group of 15 or more participants. These

nationally recognized hands-on programs will provide you with hours of fun

and educational activities that can be used with any group. Call for more

information. Call Spring Valley’s environmental education coordinator for more

information.

SCouT BadgES

Our scout programs will help with your badge, pin or patch requirements. Call

for more information or stop in for a brochure.

SPRing VallEY BiRThdaY PaRTiES

Looking for a unique, fun, and educational venue for your child’s birthday?

Spring Valley is the answer! Four party themes are available. A hayride can be

added for an extra fee. Call for details 847-490-7015.

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schaumburgparkdistrictfacilities

adMiniSTRaTion Building

235 E. Beech Drive

847-985-2115

Departmental Offices, Cable TV Studio, Parking

aTChER iSland Pool & PaRk

720 S. Springinsguth Road

847-985-2135

Pool (Seasonal): Outdoor Leisure Pool, Wading Pool, Sprayground, Water Slide, Bowl Slide, Concessions,

Parking Park: Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted Tennis Courts,

Playground, Parking

alExian fiEld

1999 S. Springinsguth Road (N. of Metra station)

847-891-2255

Home of the Schaumburg Flyers

Owned by the Village of Schaumburg

(Top Left) The National Amateur Dodgeball Assn.

tourny for boys and girls at Schaumburg P.D. Sports

Center. Photo by Herb Shenkin

(Top Right) Schaumburg Association’s kicks off it’s

46th season at Olympic Park. Photo by Stacie

Freudenberg

(Bottom Left) Splash, Pedal, Dash Triathlon at

Meineke Recreation Center. Photo by Jeff Krage

BoCk nEighBoRhood CEnTER

1223 W. Sharon Lane

847-985-2141

Preschool, Classrooms, Parking

Pool Area (Seasonal): Outdoor Pool, Wading Pool, Diving Area, Children’s Slide, Concessions, Parking

Park: Picnic Shelter, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted Tennis Courts,

Playground, Parking

CoMMuniTY RECREaTion CEnTER

and ThE WaTER WoRkS

505 N. Springinsguth Road

Office: .............................................. 847-490-7015

Registration: .................................. 847-490-7020

The Water Works: ........................ 847-490-2505

Community Recreation Center: Fitness

Center/Running Track, Gymnasium, Aerobic

Studio, Racquetball Courts, Registration,

Senior Center, Playground, Classrooms,

Bicycle Trail, Bocce Courts, Horse Shoe Pits,

Parking

The Water Works: 3 Indoor Pools, Whirlpool,

3 Water Slides, Water Playground, Rapid

Water Channel, Concessions, Parking

MEinEkE RECREaTion CEnTER

220 E. Weathersfield Way • 847-985-2143

Fitness Center, Gymnasium with Running

Track, Aerobic Classes, Preschool, Picnic

Shelter, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted Tennis

Courts, Playground, Sled Hill (Seasonal), Pool

Area (Seasonal): 50 Meter Outdoor Pool with

Water Slide, 2 Drop Slides, Diving Pool, Water

Playground, Concessions, Parking

PaT ShEPhaRd EaRlY

Childhood CEnTER

421 N. Springinsguth Road

847-490-7036

Preschool, Classrooms, Ken Alley Safety Park,

Parking

SChauMBuRg aiRPoRT

903 W. Irving Park Road

847-985-9777

Schaumburg Airport is also village property.

Terminal, Runway, Restaurant, Parking

SChauMBuRg TEnniS PluS

1416 N. Payne Road

847-884-0678

Indoor Tennis Courts, Fitness Area,

Racquetball Courts, Squash Courts, Wallyball

Courts, Basketball Court, Tennis Lessons,

Indoor Lap Pool, Whirlpool, Restaurant,

Parking

ThE SPoRT CEnTER

1141 W. Irving Park Road

847-891-1266

Indoor Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball,

Gymnastics

SPRing VallEY naTuRE CEnTER

& VolkEning hERiTagE faRM

See page 16.

WalnuT gREEnS golf CouRSE

1150 N. Walnut Lane

847-490-7878

Open Golf, Golf Lessons, Golf Leagues, Youth

Golf Programs, Lake, Concessions, Parking

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schaumburgpark

districtparks

kESSEl PaRk

1750 N. Jones Road

Picnic Area, Playground, Lake, Ice Skating

ColonY lakE PaRk

930 N. Salem Drive

Picnic Area, Playground, Lake, Ice Skating

zoChER PaRk

931 N. Salem Drive

Lighted Athletic Fields, Lighted Baseball Fields,

Lighted Tennis Courts

liBERTY PaRk

Williamsburg Drive and Middlebury Court

Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields

nanTuCkET PaRk

Hastings Mill Road and Greystone Court

Picnic Area

BunkER hill PaRk

Williamsburg Drive & Arrowwood Court

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Playground

Paul REVERE PaRk

Williamsburg Drive and Oak Meadow Court

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Playground

BRandEnBuRg PaRk

600 N. Knollwood Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts,

Playground, In-Line Skating, Ice Skating

PRaiRiE PaRk

431 N. Knollwood Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Playground, Lake, Ice

Skating

gRaY faRM ConSERVaTion aREa

120 N. Cloverdale Lane

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Playground, Nature Area

and Trail, Lake, Ice Skating, Parking

hooVER PaRk

301 N. Springinsguth Road

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted Tennis Courts,

Playground, Parking

EinSTEin PaRk

Kensington Lane & Yorkshire Court

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Basketball Courts, Tennis

Courts, Playground, Parking

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dERda PaRk

2010 W. Weathersfield Way

Picnic Area, Lake

Bond PaRk

Warwick Court & Wover Court

Picnic Area, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts,

Playground

falk PaRk

1350 W. Wise Road

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Lighted Athletic Fields,

Lighted Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts,

Playground, Parking

JaYCEE PaRk

922 S. Cornell Lane

Picnic Area, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields,

Playground

fREEdoM PaRk

800 S. Pinehurst Lane

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Playground

doolEY PaRk

1020 W. Lowell Lane

Picnic Area, Lighted Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Playground, Parking

CaMPanElli PaRk

1024 W. Weathersfield Way

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Playground, Lake, Picnic Shelter, Parking

TERada PaRk

30 S. Salem Drive

Lake

Salk PaRk

301 N. Salem Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Playground, Parking

oak holloW ConSERVaTion aREa

510 W. Spruce Drive

Nature Area and Trail

WoodSToCk PaRk

400 W. Weathersfield Way

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields,

Playground

TiMBERCREST PaRk

120 W. Beech Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Lighted Athletic Fields,

Lighted Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted

Tennis Courts, Playground, Lighted In-Line

Skating, Lighted Ice Skating, Parking

EaglE PaRk

621 W. Boxwood Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Lighted Tennis Courts,

Playground, Parking

CoVE PaRk

910 S. Cedarcrest Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields,

Playground

RoBERTS PaRk

201 W. Hartford Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts,

Playground

SlingERland PaRk

921 S. Pheasant Walk Drive

Playground

kingSPoRT lakE PaRk

175 E. Kingsport Drive

Picnic Area, Basketball Court, Playground, Lake,

Ice Skating

aBRahaMSEn PaRk

230 S. Summit Drive

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Court, Tennis Courts,

Playground

aPollo PaRk

418 S. Gayton Lane

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Playground, Parking

SunSET PaRk

Sunset Court & Niagara Avenue

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts,

Playground

MRaz PaRk

Nerge Road & Woodfield Trail

Picnic Area, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields,

Basketball Courts, Playground, Parking

oldE SalEM PaRk

Hartman Drive & Farmstead Lane

Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields, Playground

hillToP PaRk

901 N. Cherry Drive

Playground

kingSPoRT EaST

730 E. Wise Road

Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields, Basketball Court,

Tennis Courts, Playground

lanCER CREEk/TWin PondS PaRk

539 S. Summit Drive

Bicycle Trail, Nature Area and Trail, Lake

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ShEffiEld RidgE PaRk

2199 W. Pennview Lane

oldE nanTuCkET PaRk

Hartford Court & Wover Court

Playground

duxBuRY PaRk

715 S. Cambridge Drive

Athletic Fields

dohERTY PaRk

900 S. Summit Drive

Baseball Fields, Playground, Basketball Court

Polk BRaCh PaRk

901 E. Thacker Street

Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Lighted Baseball

Fields, Playground, Parking

MClEMoRE PaRk

600 N. Springinsguth Road

Playground

VETERanS gaTEWaY PaRk

2500 W. Holmes Way

Veterans Gateway Park is owned by the Village of

Schaumburg

Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields, Lake,

Parking

odluM PaRk, SE

2410 W. Weathersfield Way

Playgrounds, Basketball, Athletic Fields

RuTh MaCinTYRE ConSERVaTion aREa

1101 S. Aegean Drive

Nature Area & Trail

MaRgaRET a. ConnEllY PaRk

64 N. Azalea Drive

Playground, Tennis

Parking

Courts, Athletic Fields,

SaVannah TRaCE PaRk

1300 S. Mercury Drive

Playgrounds, Picnic Area

odluM PaRk, SW

2661 W. Belle Lane

Picnic Area, Athletic Fields, Baseball Fields,

Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts, Playground,

Lake

odluM PaRk, nE

321 N. Knollwood Drive

Athletic Fields

olYMPiC PaRk

1675 E. Old Schaumburg Road

Lighted Athletic Fields, Lighted Baseball Fields,

Community Garden Plots, Parking

Olympic Park recently completed the installation of

six synthetic turf soccer fields. The turf is

technologically advanced, polyethylene infill system

designed for fields that will experience extremely

high levels of use. The turf utilizes the finest infill

materials to produce a surface that emulates the

playing characteristics of a natural grass field in

perfect condition. Now the centerpiece of Olympic

Park, the fields total over 405,000 square feet. The

improved fields complement other amenities,

including four natural-grass soccer fields, five

softball fields, a 14,000-square foot skate plaza, two

basketball courts and 100 community garden plots.

All fields and courts are lighted for nighttime play.

golf & knollWood PaRk

1151 N. Knollwood Drive

Picnic Area, Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts,

Tennis Courts, Playground

CoPlEY PaRk

State Parkway and Wilkening Court

Lake

nW nEighBoRhood PaRk

Odlum Drive and Schaumburg Road

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Athletic Fields, Baseball

Fields, Basketball Courts, Playground

PaRk ST. ClaiRE

National Parkway and Thacker Street

Lake, Playground, Basketball Courts, Tennis

Courts, Athletic Fields, Bicycle Trail, Picnic Shelter

BRiaR PoinT

Heron Avenue and Mercury Drive

Playground, Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts,

Baseball Fields, Picnic Shelter

VillagE in ThE PaRk

Valley Lake Drive

Walking Trails, Playground, Picnic Shelter

VolkEning lakE

900 W. Schaumburg Road

Picnic Area, Bicycle Trail, Boat Dock (Seasonal),

Lighted Ice Skating (Seasonal), Lake, Parking

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Photo by Jeff Krage Photo by Jeff Krage


schaumburgtransportation

SChauMBuRg REgional aiRPoRT

The Schaumburg Regional Airport has been owned and operated by the Village

of Schaumburg since 1994, but has been operating as an “official” airport since

1959. The airport is home to numerous businesses including a restaurant, aircraft

charter, aircraft rental, flight training, maintenance and all of the local television

news gathering helicopters. Various public events are held at the airport each

year, including: Aviation Days, an annual Ronald McDonald House Charity Event,

Experimental Aircraft Association’s Fathers Day Pancake Breakfast and a visit

from Santa Clause. Call 847-985-9778.

SChauMBuRg METRa TRain STaTion

The Schaumburg Commuter Rail Facility is located on Springinsguth Road

south of Irving Park Road. The 1,268 parking spots are divided between Daily

and Monthly Permit parking. This facility is also served by morning and evening

rush hour service via Pace Route 602. Call 847-923-3862 or email RBascomb@

ci.schaumburg.il.us.

villageofschaumburg

sponsoredtransitservices

daRT

DART will get you to work, shopping, and entertainment destinations within

Schaumburg. When you want a ride, just call 90 minutes prior to your desired

pick-up time and a bus will be routed to pick you up and take you anywhere

within Schaumburg. Other passengers are picked-up and dropped-off along

the way. You can expect to be on the bus up to 45 minutes in addition to the

advance reservation time.

Service is available six days per week: Monday-Friday between 6:00 a.m. and

9:30 p.m., and on Saturdays 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. There is no service available

on Sundays or holidays. Full fares are only $1.60 each way, exact fare required,

and $0.80 for senior citizens 65 years of age and older, disabled persons with an

RTA Special User Card, students through Grade 12 going to and from school,

and children ages 7 to 11. Children under 7 are free if accompanied by an adult.

For reservations, call DART at 847-352-8097.

SChauMBuRg’S WoodfiEld TRollEY

Use Schaumburg’s Woodfield Trolley all year round and not just during the

holiday shopping season. Park once and take the trolley the rest of the day. The

service is FREE and operates to 12 Woodfield area destinations. Service operates

from noon to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday – Approximately every 33-37

minutes. 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Saturdays – Approximately every 15 minutes.

11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sundays – Approximately every 20 minutes. Call 847-

923-3862 or email RBascomb@ci.schaumburg.il.us.

lunChTiME ShoPPERS ShuTTlE

If you work in the Woodfield area and want to go shopping during your lunch

hour, avoid parking hassles by using the Lunchtime Shoppers Shuttle. The

shuttle offers expedient service from select Woodfield area office buildings to

both Woodfield and Streets of Woodfield. Buses run approximately every 10

minutes between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Mondays - Fridays along Martingale

Road, Golf Road and Woodfield Road. Stop locations include: Woodfield

Preserve, Windy Point, Zurich Towers, and Schaumburg Corporate Center. Fares

are $.25 each way. Call 847-923-3862 or email RBascomb@ci.schaumburg.il.us.

RouTE 602

Look out for exciting changes coming to Village of Schaumburg’s Commuter

Connections at the Metra Station. Leave the car at home and use Pace Route

602 to ride to Schaumburg’s Metra Commuter Station. Route 602 provides

weekday rush hour service to meet Chicago bound Metra trains at 6:12 a.m. and

7:17 a.m. On the return trip, buses meet trains departing Chicago at 4:20 p.m.

(arriving in Schaumburg at 5:12 p.m.) and 5:17 p.m. (arriving in Schaumburg at

5:58 p.m.).

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There is no Saturday, Sunday, or holiday service. Full fares are $1.25 one-way.

Reduced fares for $0.60 are available for children (ages 7-11), students traveling

to and from school, senior citizens (65 years of age and older), and persons with

disabilities. An RTA Reduced Fare Permit is required for seniors and persons

with disabilities. Call 847-923-3862 or email RBascomb@ci.schaumburg.il.us. for

more information.

RouTE 554

Route 554 provides eastbound morning service between the Elgin Metra

terminal and the Northwest Transportation Center in Schaumburg. Using

Route 554 is a convenient and easy way to get to the Woodfield area with

morning eastbound travel and evening westbound service. The bus will stop

upon signal to the driver at any intersection along the route where it is safe to

do so.

There is no Saturday, Sunday, or holiday service. Full fares are $1.50 one-way.

Reduced fares for $0.75 are available for children (ages 7-11), students traveling

to and from school, senior citizens (65 years of age and older), and persons with

disabilities. An RTA Reduced Fare Permit is required for seniors and persons

with disabilities. Call 847-923-3862 or email RBascomb@ci.schaumburg.il.us.

REgional TRanSPoRTaTion auThoRiTY (RTa’S)

PEoPlE WiTh diSaBiliTiES RidE fREE PRogRaM

The RTA is partnered with the Illinois Department on Aging to implement the

People with Disabilities Ride Free program. The new legislation provides free

rides on fixed-route transit (regularly scheduled CTA, Metra, and Pace buses

and trains) to be made available to any Illinois resident who have been enrolled

as a person with a disability in the Illinois Circuit Breaker program. Only those

enrolled in the Illinois Circuit Breaker program are eligible. The People with

Disabilities Ride Free Program for the RTA goes into effect on October 24, 2008.

PaCE

The suburban bus division of the Regional Transportation Authority is known

as PACE. PACE operates Village of Schaumburg co-sponsored routes including

routes 554 and 602, plus several other routes including 600, 606, 696, 699, 757

and 208 that connect to communities beyond Schaumburg through PACE’s

Northwest Transportation Center at Martingale Road and Kimberly Drive. For

further information on all of PACE’s services, call 847-364-7223 or go to

www.pacebus.com.

SChauMBuRg iS a BiCYClE fRiEndlY CoMMuniTY

There are over 86 miles of on and off-street designated bike paths in

Schaumburg. As awarded by the League of American Bicyclists, Village of

Schaumburg is one of only 73 communities nationwide to have received a

“Bicycle Friendly Community” designation. This award recognizes municipalities

that actively support bicycling. A Bicycle Friendly Community is defined as

providing safe accommodation for cycling and encourages its residents to bike

for transportation and recreation.

Village of Schaumburg also sponsors events such as the Fahrrad Tour von

Schaumburg and Bike to Work Day each year in addition to programs like the

Adopt-A-Bike Path Program to encourage and promote bicycling. Call

847-923-3862 or e-mail RBascomb@ci.schaumburg.il.us.

SChauMBuRg BikE CluB (SBC)

To expand your cycling opportunities even further, consider joining the

Schaumburg Bicycle Club (SBC). SBC welcomes members of all age groups and

skill levels to join in rides along one of Schaumburg’s paths, through local

forest preserves, or even extended combination cycling/camping trips. For

more information on membership, meeting dates, and activities/events,

including the newly added weekly “Oberweis Ride”, please go to the SBC

website at www.schaumburgbicycleclub.org or contact by mail at P.O. Box

60168-0353.

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attorneys

gaRdi & haughT, lTd. (pg 3)

939 N. Plum Grove Rd., Suite C

Schaumburg, IL 60173

847-944-9400

Concentration on commercial and residential real

estate, immigration law, corporate law, divorce law,

personal injury and all of litigation, estate planning,

wills and trusts.

kEllEY, kEllEY & kEllEY (pg 16)

1535 W. Schaumburg Rd., Suite 204

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-895-9151

Serving the Northwest Suburbs since 1959. Areas of

practice include: corporate, real estate, estate

planning, tax, probate, divorce, traffic, bankruptcy,

personal injury, commercial & business transactions

and litigation.

automobilerepair

andservice

SChauMBuRg auToMEdiCS, inC. (pg 21)

503 Lunt Ave.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-352-2886

Dedicated to bringing you state-of-the-ar t

automotive repair. Same location since 1989. Winner

of the NAPA /ASA Chicago Dist. Tech of the Year in

2003, 04, 05 and 06.

bakery

dEERfiEldS BakERY (pg 4)

25 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-534-0068

Award-winning custom tortes baked and decorated

by hand fresh each day. Using only the finest highquality

ingredients. Available in each of our three

locations or by custom order.

banks

aMERiCan EnTERPRiSE Bank (back cover)

275 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-352-1200

A full-service community-oriented bank.

PREMiER CREdiT union (pg 2)

22 W. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 61094

847-843-6500

A not-for-profit, full-service institution offering low

loan rates, exceptional savings rates and a variety of

free services.

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churches&schools

BEThEl BaPTiST ChuRCh (pg 13, 15)

200 N. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-885-3230

Unique in the community with traditional worship

services combining Christianity’s rich musical

heritage with a biblically-focused pulpit ministry.

Home of Schaumburg Christian School serving

grades 1-12, kindergarten, preschool and child care.

PRinCE of PEaCE luThERan

ChuRCh and PRESChool (pg 6)

930 W. Higgins Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60195

847-885-7010

Church & fully accredited preschool & kindergarten.

ST. PETER’S luThERan SChool (pg 13, 15)

208 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-885-7636

An accredited school since 1978 offering a Christian

based education that will help children in their

childhood years and remain with them as an adult.

exteriorimprovement

aMERiCan ClaSSiC ExTERioRS (pg 3)

7 W. Wise Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-352-2239

Providing quality windows, siding, roofing, soffit,

fascia, gutters, entry doors, patio doors and garage

doors to the Northwest suburbs.

homefinancing

WEllS faRgo hoME MoRTgagE (pg 4)

1100 E. Woodfield Rd., Suite 420

Schaumburg, IL 60173

847-605-9200

A leader in the mortgage industry providing a variety

of products to meet the financial needs of its

customers.

newspapers

SChauMBuRg REViEW/PionEER PRESS (pg 21)

291 N. Dunton St.

Arlington Heights, IL 60004

847-797-5100

The Schaumburg Review is Schaumburg’s leading

local source for news within the community.

publiclibrary

SChauMBuRg ToWnShiP

diSTRiCT liBRaRY (pg 6)

130 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-985-4000

The library provides and maintains high quality

materials, programs, facilities, etc. for all library users

in a safe, clean, pleasant and productive environment

for study, research, information and entertainment.

performingarts

SChauMBuRg PRaiRiE CEnTER

foR ThE aRTS (pg 10)

201 Schaumburg Ct.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-895-3600

A 442-seat theatre offering a wide variety of

performing arts activities including dance, theatre,

music and children’s programming.

realestate:commercial

andresidential

ThE hunTziCkER TEaM

RE/Max SuBuRBan (pg 21)

2311 W. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-230-7389

Full-time/full service real estate professionals. Come

for the Experience... Stay because of the Service.

“Referrals are the lifeblood of our business.”

restaurantsbars

andbanquets

El MESon MExiCan RESTauRanT (pg 21)

34 W. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-882-1717

Mexican restaurant offering delicious homemade

recipes featuring the freshest of ingredients. Ready to

handle private parties at our location or catering at

your location.

ThE PiTa houSE RESTauRanT (pg 23)

365 S. Roselle Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-352-4750

Enjoy eating healthy, the Mediterranean way. We

serve the finest Mediterranean and Middle Eastern

cuisines and pastries. Dine in or carry out. Also

located in Lombard.

shopping

ThE aRBoRETuM of SouTh

BaRRingTon (pg 3)

100 W. Higgins Rd.

South Barrington, IL 60010

847-714-1780

Located in the northwest Chicago suburb of South

Barrington, this 600,000-square-foot open-air town

center features an upscale mix of fashion apparel

brands, home furnishings retailers, restaurants and a

luxury cinema, all within an architectural and stylistic

context that evokes the historical ambience and

charm of retail shopping center icons.

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Main Street

Highland Ave.

Pita House

340 E. Roosevelt Rd.

13thServing The Finest Mediterranean &

Middle Eastern Cuisines & Pastries

Meyers Road

LUNCH

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A Combination Of

Shish Kabob, Kefta Kabob,

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Served with salad, rice pilaf

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Served with salad, rice pilaf

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Mon-Fri 11am-3pm

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Weathersfield Rd.

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