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REMARKABLY INVITING COMMUNITIES


DuPage is Illinois’ second most populous county behind Chicago’s home of Cook County, which borders DuPage to the north and east. Together, the two counties account for more than half of the state’s population.


DuPage County includes at least a portion of 38 municipalities.


The DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau is especially proud and appreciative of our close relationships with the following communities.


VILLAGE OF BOLINGBROOK


One of the fastest growing and most diverse communities in DuPage County, this vibrant community is well-known for its aggressive efforts to promote industrial and commercial


growth and offers a shoppers’ paradise in The Promenade Bolingbrook.


CITY OF ELMHURST


This charming city has one of the most vibrant downtown areas in the western suburbs, with great shopping, dining, entertainment and special events throughout the year. It also offers a unique grouping of museums within walking distance of its City Centre.


VILLAGE OF ITASCA


Taking pride in its strong sense of community, this pedestrian-friendly village features a new scenic Riverwalk and Nature Center. One of DuPage


County’s four full-service golf resorts, Eaglewood Resort & Spa, is located in Itasca.


VILLAGE OF LOMBARD


The “Lilac Village” cultivates a distinctive spirit and quality of life. It’s a shopping mecca with Yorktown Center and its historic Town Centre. Lilacia Park is a horticultural gem that attracts visitors from all over the world.


See the map on page 9 for a complete list of DuPage County municipalities and their general locations. 690 MIDWEST MEETINGS FALL 2012 800.232.0502


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