Recognized as the largest center of economic development in the State of Illinois (outside the City of Chicago), without question, Schaumburg is the 'place for business'. More than 12.1 million sq feet of office space accommodating a number of corporate headquarters. Schaumburg also contains 13,250,000 sq ft of industrial space, occupying over 1,600 acres of land.
Parks and Recreation - The Schaumburg Park District maintains more than 1,000 acres of landscaped parks including Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary, a prairie wild life preserve and an indoor and outdoor museum. The Park District also operates four community recreation centers, including the Water Works Oasis, a spectacular indoor pool facility. Golf courses, racquetball courts, summer boat rentals, indoor sports complex, and three outdoor swimming pools also are under the District's jurisdiction. Olympic Park also has a skateboard park. We also have 3 different 9 hole courses at the Schaumburg Golf Club so bring your clubs! How about a short par 3 course at Walnut Greens?
Prairie Arts Festival - An annual 2-day juried arts show and sale, featuring the work of more than 150 artists which is help during the Memorial Day Weekend. Schaumburg Septemberfest is held on Labor Day weekend with fireworks, arts and crafts, carnival rides and parade.
Bike Paths - Schaumburg has an extensive system of 85 miles of bike paths, many extending through parks and connecting public & historic locations. Many of the paths are also connect to bike paths in adjacent towns.
Schaumburg Regional Airport - The Village purchased the airport in 1994. Individuals and corporations owning small airplanes may fly directly to Schaumburg and its 3,800 foot concrete runway. The airport does not have scheduled passenger service, but is serviced by air taxi and charter operations. The airport includes a new terminal building with restaurant (Pilot Pete's), additional tie-down space and new aircraft hangers. A heliport is also located near the Woodfield Mall.
Metra Train Station - located on Springinsguth south of Irivng Park, offers 1,268 parking spots and runs the Milwaukee West Line into Chicago.
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