Bloomingdale, Illinois is located 22 miles West of Chicago. It is part of the Du Page County. The village lies within the commercial area of Chicago. It was first settled in the year 1833. Bloomingdale was incorporated first in 1889. At that time, it included two areas, Medinah and Roselle. But later in 1923, Bloomingdale was again incorporated as separate village.
According to 2000 US census the village has population of 21,675 people, 8,219 households, and 5,662 families living in it. The median income for a household in the village is $73,324, and the median income for a family its $86,560.
Education in Bloomingdale
For Higher education students attend Devry Institute of Technology, Wheaton College, and College of Dupage. There are three elementary and two middle schools in the city.
The nearby airport of Bloomingdale is Chicago O’Hare International Airport, which connects it with the world.
Restaurants in the City
The city has many quality restaurants offering great food. The popular places to eat in the city are Shiraz on the Water, Ristorante Amalfi, Spavone’s Ristorante, Portillo’s Hot Dogs, and La Campana Mexican Restaurant.
Things to do
The city has many huge parks and playgrounds for recreation, and some of famous parks of the city are Greenway Park, Lakeview Park, Indian Lakes Park, Springfield Park, Tompkins Park, Circle Park, Bloomingdale Grove, and Sunnyside Park. One can also visit Bloomingdale Park District Museum. For families, The Four Seasons Amusement Park, Santa's Village, Kiddieland Amusement Park, and Racing Rapids Water Park are best places to visit. The city also has many shopping centers, specialty shops, and restaurants. The famous places for shopping in the city include Old Towne Shopping Center, Stratford Plaza Shopping Center, Stratford Square Shopping Center, Bloomingdale Court Shopping Center, and Springbrook Shopping Center.