Glendale Heights

The Town Of Glendale Heights, Illinois is your source for information on Glendale Heights. If your moving to Glendale Heights 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!With a current population of approximately 29,000 and a projected population of a little over 34,500 by the year 2010, the Village of Glendale Heights is dedicated to maintaining its small-town atmosphere while offering its residents numerous superior community amenities, some not even found in more affluent, established communities.

The Village is a relatively young community incorporated in 1959, and in recent years has issued 16 million dollars in bonds to fund major improvements. Parks and Recreation built a first class development including a water park, pool and a new stadium.

Public Services built a new administrative building and garage and the Police Department expansion and renovation is underway. Industrial park growth has been rapid, with new eye-appealing structures and economic strength for the community.

The Village President and Board of Trustees believe that these projects are a positive investment in the future, and a window for the Village to continue its progress to provide quality services well into the 21st century. However, one of the most appealing qualities for which people choose to live here is the people. It is a community where neighbors care about neighbors and where “quality of life” is created by the dedication of its citizens.

The Village will continue to live up to its motto “A Proud and Progressive Village for All People.” Another feature that makes Glendale Heights a desirable location is its easy access to six interstate highways in the Chicago metropolitan area. Four primary roadways pass through the Village: Army Trail Road and North Avenue going east-west, and Glen Ellyn and Bloomingdale Roads running north-south. An interchange of the State Route 53/290 expressway, which provides access to Chicago and the Woodfield and O’Hare areas, is just over 1/2-mile from the Village. The new I-355 now provides a second interchange serving the Village at North Avenue. This new tollway links the Village with the East-West Tollway office and high-tech corridor, Chicago’s southwest suburbs and downstate Illinois. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Chicago & Northwestern train services are only minutes away in nearby Wheaton, Glen Ellyn and Roselle. Frequent RTA Pace buses carry commuters to these stations during rush hours. And, all of the major motor freight carriers serving the Chicago area serve the businesses and industries of Glendale Heights.


School Address Phone Grade
Americana Elementary School 1629 President St, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 260-6135 Elementary Schools
Black Hawk Elementary School 2101 Gladstone Dr, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 893-5750 Elementary Schools
G Stanley Hall Elementary Schl 1447 Wayne Ave, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 469-7720 Elementary Schools
Glen Hill Elementary School 1324 Bloomingdale Rd, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 260-6141 Elementary Schools
Glendale Heights Marquardt 2174 Gladstone Ct, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 295-5450 Elementary Schools
Pheasant Ridge Elementary Schl 43 E Stevenson Dr, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 260-6147 Elementary Schools
Reskin Elementary School 1555 Ardmore Ave, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 469-0612 Elementary Schools
Glenside Middle School 1560 Bloomingdale Rd, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 260-6112 Middle Schools
Marquardt Middle School 1912 Glen Ellyn Rd, Glendale Heights, IL 60139 (630) 858-3850 Middle Schools

Important Information For Glendale Heights:

Vehicle Registration

All vehicles housed within the Village must have a Village vehicle license sticker. These stickers are available through the Village Clerk’s office. Annual licensing dates are July 1st through June 30th.

Pet Licenses

Every dog and cat above the age of six months must be licensed with the Village. Application shall be made within 5 days after the acquisition of a dog or cat. The fee is S4.00 Annual licensing dates are January 1st to December 31st.