The Village of Schaumburg remains an exceptional place to live and raise a family safely, according to the most recent results from residents who participated in the National Community Survey™ (NCS).  The survey was administered in the fall of 2021 to 2,607 random households that were asked to provide feedback on the quality and usefulness ...
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The Schaumburg Park District has been awarded the prestigious “Gold International Aquatic Safety Award.” Earning this award demonstrates that the aquatic facilities they operate consistently exceed industry standards in risk management and epitomize aquatic safety excellence. International Aquatic Safety Awards are conferred to deserving aquatic facilities by Jeff Ellis & Associates, Inc. – International Aquatic …

Schaumburg Township District Library has once again received a 5-star designation in Library Journal’s Index of U.S. Public Library Service. The 2021 scores and Star Ratings, announced earlier this month by Library Journal, are based on FY 19 data from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Public Library Survey (PLS). The rankings are …

The Schaumburg Park District has been recognized for the third time as an Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency by the Illinois Association of Park Districts (IAPD) and the Illinois Park and Recreation Association (IPRA). The District previously received Distinguished Accredited Agency status in 2009 and 2015. The two statewide associations administer the Illinois Distinguished Accreditation program …

Winter can be tough in the Chicagoland area. But when the snow starts to fly, you don’t have to get the winter blues. There are always plenty of things to do in Schaumburg to stay active and enjoy the beauty of the season. Here are a few ideas to get you outdoors and help you …

You don’t have to drive far to experience the thrill of our National Pastime right here in the Village of Schaumburg with Schaumburg Boomers baseball. The Schaumburg Boomers are part of the Frontier League, playing professional independent baseball with teams in the northeastern and midwestern U.S. Boomers games are played May through September at Wintrust …

There are many reasons why people have been moving to Schaumburg, but it boils down to three simple words: Quality of life. Schaumburg offers residents a place to hustle less and live more. To skip the bustle of big-city living, but still be just a short drive to Chicago. To live in a warm, welcoming …

The Village of Schaumburg has received high marks for itsquality of life, as a place to live and raise children, and for an overall feeling of safety, according to 1,600 residents who participated in the 2018 National Citizen Survey™ (NCS). Other key highlights from the survey include: 93% of respondents rate the village as an …