About Schaumburg

Nestled within "Northwest Chicago" and alongside to or clustered with Algonquin, Arlington Heights, Barrington, Bartlett, Elgin, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Itasca, Rolling Meadows, Streamwood, and Wood Dale, Schaumburg is the PREMIER destination for over 200,000 residents for their shopping, dining, culture, and entertainment.

No. 9: Schaumburg, Illinois ~ Money Magazine's Best Places to Live 2017 report features Schaumburg as 9th out of 100 places rated. Watch Money Magazine's video about Schaumburg! To ranks among MONEY’s 100 Best Places to Live, Schaumburg was one of 2,400 places that met all the criteria: with a population between 10,000 and 100,000, with less than double the national crime risk, with more than 85% of its state’s median household income, and with good ethnic diversity.

With numerous arts-centric associations and educational venues, Schaumburg excels as your nearby destination for the arts! Everything from major craft retailers, such as Michaels, Blick Art Supplies, and Joann Fabrics ~ to art experience venues like Art Füzd ~ to community initiatives for the arts such as the Prairie Center ~ Schaumburg is the perfect local getaway for the arts!

Schaumburg Arts

Schaumburg Arts, On-line resource guide (coming soon!), www.schaumburgarts.com

Prairie Center for the Arts, www.prairiecenter.org

Trickster Art Gallery, 190 South Roselle Road

Schaumburg Shops

Schaumburg Shops!, On-line shopping guide (coming soon!), www.schaumburgshops.com

Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg Road

Schaumburg Attractions

Schaumburg Boomers, Stadium's on Springinsguth Road, www.boomersbaseball.com

Village of Schaumburg, Roselle Road

Schaumburg Convention center, www.schaumburgconventioncenter.com


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