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Elmhurst is an average-sized city in Dupage County that is anything but average. This western suburb of Chicago has a great location and abundance of local amenities has helped it become known as one of the best cities in the nation for families. “Close to everything, unlike anything” is the city’s well-fitting slogan; life in Elmhurst is quite unlike any other.
The Elmhurst Park District is home to almost 30 parks and 19 playgrounds, as well as plenty of walking trails, athletic fields, swimming pools and more. Unique features like the Elridge Park Lagoon Ice Skating Rink, an indoor climbing wall, and mini-golf are also operated by the parks department. There is always plenty to do outside and many ways to keep active when living in Elmhurst.
Elmhurst’s City Centre is a center of activity and home to some of the community’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment. Popular chains and locally owned restaurants serve up everything sushi to pizza to Chipotle. Locally owned shops sit alongside bigger chain stores, making it easy to find everything from daily essentials to specialty goods, comic books, antiques, and more. The local York Theatre: Classic Cinemas is a wonderful place to enjoy all of the latest popular films.
Arts and culture are greatly appreciated in the Elmhurst community. The city is home to the Theatre Historical Society of America, a gallery that features photos and artifacts that highlight the history of American theater. The Elmhurst Parks District also provides opportunities for young residents to get involved in theatre. Other popular, local attractions include the Elmhurst Historical and Elmhurst Art museums.
Residents of Elmhurst are served by schools in the Elmhurst Community Unit 205. This school district includes eight elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school. There are also opportunities for higher education in Elmhurst, with Elmhurst College providing a local four-year private liberal arts college.
The local economy in Elmhurst is strong and diverse, benefiting from both local business and a close proximity to the city. The Elmhurst Economic Development team is dedicated to helping local business to develop and thrive. Four local hotels help tourists and business visitors to have room to stay. Living in Elmhurst allows residents to enjoy living within a quick and easy commute to the city of Chicago. The Metra Rail Line provides a direct route to the city in just a little over half an hour’s ride.