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Below is some general information about Elk Grove Village:
Elk Grove Village is a municipality located in northeastern Illinois adjacent to O’Hare International Airport and the city of Chicago. The village is located primarily in Cook County with a small portion in DuPage County. The population was 33,127 at the 2010 census. As the name suggests, Elk Grove Village is home to a small herd of elk kept in a grove at the eastern edge of the Busse Woods forest preserve for which the grove is named. Elk are not native to the area but were brought from Montana by an early resident, Busse, in the 1920s. The elk are currently maintained by the Chicago Zoological Society veterinary staff and the Busse Woods Forest Preserve wildlife biologists.
Elk Grove Village is home to the largest industrial park in the U.S. Over 3,600 businesses are located in its 5.4-square-mile business park adjacent to O’Hare International Airport. The community is served by several Interstate highways including I-90, I-290/I-355/Route 53 combination, and the ElginÐO’Hare Expressway. Elk Grove Village is also home to Alexian Brothers Medical Center hospital, which is the largest employer in the community with over 2,200 workers. There are a number of other well-known corporations including Apple Vacations, the American Academy of Pediatrics, Illinois Tool Works, ADP, CitiGroup, Symons, and Pepsi Cola Distribution. The headquarters of United Airlines were in the unincorporated area of Elk Grove Township until it moved to downtown Chicago; the Elk Grove office is still in use as United’s Operations Center.
Elk Grove Village, incorporated in 1956 in Elk Grove Township, was originally founded as a planned suburban community. The majority of homes were constructed by Centex Corporation. As part of the original planning concept, the village was to be home to separated residential and industrial areas. Prior to its development as a residential community, Elk Grove was home to many farmers and their families, including Biesterfeld, Rohlwing, Landmeier, Cosman, Beisner, Wiese, and Busse. Many of the major streets in and around the village are named for these farmers, and many of the farmers can be found buried in Elk Grove Cemetery, located in unincorporated Elk Grove Township near Interstate 90. The Busse Farm is the final undeveloped agricultural property in the village, located between Higgins Road and Oakton Street, and was at one time considered as a location for a new Chicago Bears stadium, to replace the aging Soldier Field. The original boundaries of Elk Grove Village’s residential area were Higgins Road on the north, State Road on the west, Landmeier Road on the south, and Wildwood Road on the east. The village’s original Downtown area was centered around the Park ‘N’ Shop Center at Higgins and Arlington Heights Road. Downtown consisted of the Elk Grove Bowl, Jarosch Bakery, Bank of Elk Grove, a Centex development office, and several other small shops. The Elk Grove Bowl and Jarosch Bakery remain today, and the Bank of Elk Grove is now a Chase Bank.
The village easily doubled in size during the 1960s. By the end of the decade, most of the land between O’Hare Airport and I-290/IL-53 was developed. As the village expanded to the south and west, new roads, schools, and parks were added to the community. Rupley Elementary was the first school to be constructed in Elk Grove Village, and it was named after the president of Centex. The Grove Mall was built on the southwest corner of Arlington Heights and Biesterfield roads to serve residents in that area. Grove Mall thrived for decades with Jewel Foods, Ace Hardware, the Elk Grove Lounge, a pet store, a barber shop, clothing stores, and, later, Walgreens. The Grove Mall would be closed and demolished in the 1990s to make way for a new Downtown development. The 1960s also saw the opening of Elk Grove High School, part of Township High School District 214. From the late 1960s and through May 2004, John Janusek conducted the instrumental music program at Grove Junior High School. Their performances received top ratings, including numerous perfect 10 scores at regional and state-wide band competitions. When Mr. Janusek retired in 2004, hundreds of band alumni came from all over the world to honor him, with more than 200 alumni from 20Ð50 years old, performing a piece of music commissioned for the occasion as a surprise. Similarly, the Elk Grove High School Symphonic Band and Jazz Band won many regional and state awards, including the Governor’s Trophy at the Illinois State Fair several times, and maintained perfect scores at competitions throughout the region. The high school symphonic band and orchestra also traveled out of state, performing at various elementary schools, colleges, and even Walt Disney World and Europe.
In the 1970s, the village developed land west of the expressway in Schaumburg Township along with industrial development into Addison Township. New apartment communities were constructed in Elk Grove along Tonne Road and Ridge Avenue. These developments have since been sectioned, and some converted to condominium homes. The village saw continuous residential, commercial, and industrial growth during the 1980s. However, Lively Junior High School was no longer necessary and saw fast-declining enrollment numbers. It was shut down by the school district, sold to Elk Grove Park District, and remodeled to become the new Jack E. Claes Pavilion Recreation Facility. In the 1990s and 2000s, the village embarked on a series of beautification and redevelopment programs which included the installation of a clock tower at Village Hall, installation of brick-paved crosswalks in residential areas, new landscaping in boulevards and other public lands, and installation of retro-themed street lights. From 2006 to 2010, the Elk Grove High School co-ed cheerleading team won five straight IHSA state championships. In 2010 the Grenadiers scored a 90.67 to defeat runner up Palatine who scored an 85.30. They were coached by Jeff Siegal. In 2006, Elk Grove became one of the first municipalities in Illinois to enact a public smoking ban, and in 2008 became one of the first Chicago suburbs to use red light cameras. In April 2009, Elk Grove Village inaugurated the first Leed Gold Certified Village Hall in the State of Illinois. The facility utilizes both passive and active environmental features, including a green roof and it houses the Elk Grove Police Station as well as administrative offices.
Source: Elk Grove Village on Wikipedia