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VILLAGE OF OAK BROOK


Known for its upscale residential living and home to a number of international corporate giants like McDonald’s and Ace Hardware, this town is best known to locals and visitors alike for world-class shopping and dining at Oakbrook Center.


CITY OF OAKBROOK TERRACE


This thriving business community takes pride in its warm neighborhood feel. Its award-winning Drury Lane Theatre features Broadway-style live entertainment and dinner theatre, as well as ample meeting and special event space.


VILLAGE OF VILLA PARK


This village offers a small town atmosphere and exceptional recreational facilities. It is home to the Odeum Sports & Expo Center, DuPage County’s largest sports and special events facility.


CITY OF WARRENVILLE


This diverse community is nestled in the center of DuPage County’s nationally recognized I-88 research and development corridor. The city’s Cantera development is a “city within in a city” with commerce, entertainment, shopping, dining and hotels.


VILLAGE OF WESTMONT


This family-friendly village is known as home to the late Chicago blues legend, Muddy Waters, and Ty


Warner, industrialist and inventor of Beanie Babies. Ty Warner Park offers 36 acres of scenic outdoor recreation.


VILLAGE OF WILLOWBROOK


Off historic Route 66, this town is home to famous Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket. It is also a growing industrial and retail center with hotels, stores and shopping centers lining Route 83, the village’s main artery.


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