The Schiller Park Chamber of Commerce is comprised of local business people, professionals and government officials. The Officers and Directors are a dedicated group of community-minded volunteers working together to promote business and encourage new businesses to come to Schiller Park to prosper and enjoy our community.
Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month. Knowing each company has priorities, we rotate breakfast, lunch or after-hour meetings to enable all businesses the opportunity to visit and take advantage of meeting our well-informed speakers.
Our quarterly Newsletter features a profile of one of our many members, news of changes within the companies, schedule of our future guest speakers, a listing of our new members, informative health hints, and other subjects that could assist businesses in their day-to-day operations.
Our phone operator is always ready to assist you or direct you to the proper individual, who can capably solve your problem. Just give us a call at (708) 865-9510 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As Schiller Park moves toward the future, it is as it has always been a community for and about people. The community of Schiller Park is a unique mix of residential, industrial, commercial and open space areas that offers it residential and business citizens, "A Small Town Feel With A World At Its Touch". Our local government works toward retention and expansion of business establishments and encourages new industry to locate within the community. In addition, the administration works closely with the Chamber of Commerce to promote a positive business environment and encourages strong ties between the business and residential citizens. To contact the Village please call (847) 678-2550 or visit our website at www.villageofschillerpark.com.
Schiller Park's history is full and varied and worth the view:
St. Beatrice Church
St. Maria Goretti
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH
Grace Community Evangelical Free Church
International Christian Assembly of God
The Schiller Park Library lends books, magazines, videos, newspapers, books on tapes and compact discs to residents. The library will continue to reach out to non-users and the business community. Schiller Park residents or registered Illinois library card holders can borrow from most of the Illinois Libraries through the Schiller Park Library. Questions? Please call (847)678-9433.
The Village of Schiller Park is home to over 11,000 people and hundreds of businesses of many different types including, commercial, retail and industrial, all encompassed in a 2.75 square-mile area. Schiller Park is bordered by O'Hare International Airport to the west, the Chi Chi Pin Quoi Forest Preserves to the east, the Village of Rosemont to the north and the Village of Franklin Park to the south.
Schiller Park is easily accessible from the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) and the Kennedy Expressway (I 90/94). Drivers can reach the Loop in 25 minutes and Midway Airport in 45 minutes. O'Hare Airport is just a five-minute drive. The Metra commuter train leaves Schiller Park and arrives in the Loop about 30 minutes later. The Schiller Park Metra commuter train station is on the North-Central service between Antioch and downtown Chicago.
Primary Care Center at Schiller Park
Schiller Park Medical Center Ltd.
Gottlieb Memorial Hospital
Fire Department Non-Emergency: Call (847) 678-5136
The Schiller Park Fire Department consists of 28 personnel including:
Police Department Non-Emergency:
The Schiller Park Police Department consists of 33 Police Officers and 9 other personnel. There are 16 reserve and auxiliary officers. The Police Department offers a full range of law enforcement services including motorized patrol, foot patrol, bicycle patrol, investigations, community policing, D.A.R.E., and V.E.G.A. instruction.
The Recreation Department provides many different "quality of life" leisure programs for people living and working in Schiller Park. An indoor recreation center has a racquetball court, a fitness area, teen room, shower facilities and a full-size gymnasium.
Six community parks are located in Schiller Park and maintained by the Recreation Department. The different parks have several amenities including two lighted ball fields, lighted bocce ball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts, gazebos and several play structures. Kennedy Park is home to the Memorial Pool, an Olympic size outdoor pool. Kennedy Park is home to the Anna Montana Water Park & Memorial Pool a modern aquatic facility that includes water slides, zero depth entry, a vortex, and a kiddie spray features. Kennedy Park also has a sand volleyball court, modern playground equipment, basketball hoops, and a baseball diamond.
Various programs are offered all year round for everyone from toddlers to senior citizens in both indoor and outdoor settings. For more information visit us at the Recreation Center on Irving Park Rd. or call (847) 671-8580.
School District #81
Park attend District #81's three schools. The graded centers provide a solid foundation in the basics and additional experiences. An excellent teaching staff provides a well-rounded education to all students.
George Washington School (Grades 4-5)
John F. Kennedy School (Preschool-Grade 3)
Lincoln Middle School (Grades 6-8)
PRE-SCHOOL & EXTENDED HOURS
A Great Place to Grow
9630 Irving Park Road
St. Beatrice School (preK-8)
St. Beatrice offers before and after School Care, an all day pre-school for three and four year olds and all day Kindergarten Class. Grades 1-8 have a challenging curriculum which prepares students for all area high schools. Extra curriculum activities include basketball, volleyball, cheerleading, soccer, and Spanish and French.
St. Maria Goretti (Pre-K-8)
St. Marie Goretti offers an excellent academic program with daily religion classes, from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The enrichment programs of computer, physical education, library, Spanish, and music are built into the curriculum. Students, grades 6-8, participate in a competitive sports program, which offers opportunities in basketball, volleyball, softball and cheerleading. Other activities include Student Council, Junior Beta Club (honor roll students) and band.
In a child-centered environment attached to the school, a 12 month Children's Center facility. Students, 3 years or older, can utilize the Center, 5 days a week, before and after school, days off and all summer from 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM
The Autumn Leaves is for citizens at least 60 years of age. Members meet the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. To serve the Seniors of Schiller Park the Village offers the following to senior residents.
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