With all the amenities and conveniences you would expect to find in larger urban settings, Arlington Heights gives most cities a run for their money.
Located 25 miles northwest of Chicago, the community has a vibrant downtown area, theaters, restaurants, shopping, parks, recreation and two commuter train stations. It’s no wonder Arlington Heights tops the list of the highest-populated villages in the country.
Arlington Heights is home to more than 200 restaurants, many situated in its downtown area and offering something for every taste.
The village hosts outdoor festivals, parades and its ever-popular Frontier Days. Residents have plenty of bike paths, picnic areas, golf courses, lakefront paths and more to enjoy. And of course there’s the Arlington Park Racetrack, where in addition to the action on the track and in the grandstands, there’s live entertainment, dancing and picnicking on the grounds.
Arlington Heights School District 25 primarily serves students in the community. High schools include Buffalo Grove High School, John Hersey High School, Prospect High School, Wheeling High School, Rolling Meadows High School and Elk Grove High School.
Commuting downtown is a convenient 30-minute trip with two Metra stations offering direct access to Chicago’s Ogilvie Station. The village also has direct access to I-90 as well as Route 53, which links to several interstates.
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at Arlington Heights Metra, Arlington Park Metra
Township Hsd 214
Arlington Heights Sd 25
Comm Cons Sd 59
Wheeling Ccsd 21
Palatine Ccsd 15
Prospect Heights Sd 23
Mount Prospect Sd 57
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