Hinsdale can be traced
back for more than a century. What is called "Hinsdale" today
was once known as Brush Hill and later called Fullersburg. Hardy pioneers
came west from the shores of Lake Michigan following the old Black Hawk
Indian Trail, which led them to what is now DuPage County.
The hard work and planning of William Robbins, our Hinsdale forefather, has resulted in a village of lovely, tree-shaded streets with a gracious and quiet elegance. Residents and visitors enjoy a thriving downtown, where businesses provide services in a warm, caring and professional manner. Overlooking our charming downtown is the public library, which is housed in the gracious Memorial Building. Residents and visitors alike also enjoy shopping at the many unique stores at Gateway Square at Ogden & York Roads. Shopping and services are also available at Grant Square, Chicago Avenue and Grant Street.
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