The Town Of Hinsdale, Illinois
ChicagoRelo.com is your source for information on Hinsdale. If your moving to Hinsdale or just visiting, you will find all kinds of information on real estate, schools, areas, parks, churches, crime, things to do, places to visit, local businesses, dining, and much more!Hinsdale can be traced back for more than a century. What is called “Hinsdale” today was once known as Brush Hill and later called Fullersburg. Hardy pioneers came west from the shores of Lake Michigan following the old Black Hawk Indian Trail, which led them to what is now DuPage County.
With great foresight, William Robbins, “the Father of Hinsdale”, bought 6,400 acres of land in 1862, and a village was born. One of the first things Robbins did was to plan and build streets, and equally as important, he planted thousands of young shade trees. The name “Hinsdale” was formally established on April 3, 1873, and Judge Joel Tiffany was the Village’s first president. Hinsdale’s population at that time was about 500; today, it is home to nearly 17,000 residents.
The hard work and planning of William Robbins, our Hinsdale forefather, has resulted in a Village of lovely, tree-shaded streets with a gracious and quiet elegance. Residents and visitors enjoy a thriving downtown, where businesses provide services in a warm, caring and professional manner. Over looking our charming downtown is the public library, which is housed in the gracious Memorial Building. Residents and visitors alike also enjoy shopping at the many unique stores at Gateway Square at Ogden & York Roads, Shopping and services are also available at Grant Square, Chicago Avenue and Grant Street.
Located between Illinois Route #83 on the west and Interstate #294 (Tri-State Tollway) on the east, Hinsdale is very easy to find. Ogden Avenue (Illinois Route #34) cuts through the northern boundary while the southern boundary is marked by 59th Street. The Burlington Northern Railroad has three stations in Hinsdale. In addition to the main downtown station, there is the West Hinsdale station, and the Highlands station near the east side of town.
|Anne M Jeans Elementary School||16w631 91st St, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 325-8186||Elementary Schools|
|Elm Elementary School||60th St & Elm St, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1380||Elementary Schools|
|Lane Elementary School||Elm & The Lane, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1430||Elementary Schools|
|Madison Elementary School||601 S Madison St, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1390||Elementary Schools|
|Monroe Elementary School||210 N Madison St, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1320||Elementary Schools|
|Oak Elementary School||950 S Oak St, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1330||Elementary Schools|
|Hinsdale Middle School||100 S Garfield Ave, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1884||Middle Schools|
|Walker Middle School||100 S Garfield Ave, Hinsdale, IL 60521||(630) 887-1370||Middle Schools|