The village is located west of Chicago in DuPage County. It’s included in the commercial areas of Chicago. It lies on Salt Creek. The community was named after the well known writer of 18th century Joseph Addison.
The population of the city is 35,914 people, with 11,649 households, and 9,097 families residing in the village. The average income for a household in the village is recorded as $54,090, and for a family it is $59,007. The average home value is around $189,036.
Schools in the city
The city has strong education system with its seven elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. There are several other private and public schools in and nearby. Devry Institute of Technology is the local college. College of Dupage, Wheaton College, and Elmhurst College are also in close proximity and students from Addison mostly attend these institutes for higher education.
Access to and away from city
You can reach Chicago O’Hare International Airport within a few minutes.
The city has several restaurants offering variety of cuisines. The famous restaurants of the neighbourhood are Nuova Italia Restaurant, Banquets Halls Authentic Italian Restaurant, Wok’nFire, La Hacienda De Los Fernandez, Zaza’s Italian Steakhouse, and 601 Bar and Grill.
Things to do
The city is home to about 24 parks offering great recreational opportunities for the commuters and the visitors. The neighbourhood also has a Family Aquatic Center. More recreational spots where you can enjoy you time are the Wood Dale Grove County Forest Preserve, Cricket Creek County Forest Preserve, and Oak Meadows County Forest Preserve. The city has various historical museums where you can explore the wide history of the village. These museums are the Addison Historical Museum and the Addison Public Library. You can also enjoy shopping at the Lake Mill Plaza Shopping Center, Centennial Plaza Shopping Center, Dominick's Shopping Center, Farmwood Plaza Shopping Center, and Green Meadows Shopping Center.