About Clarendon Hills
Known for its curved roads that were influenced by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Clarendon Hills has a unique street plan that contours its beautiful natural landscape.
The rapidly-growing village has been named one of the best places to live in the Chicago area by West Suburban Living and today is home to more than 80 businesses. Eight parks spanning nearly 50 acres offer recreational activities for residents of all ages, with amenities including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, walking and biking trails and areas for picnicking.
Once known as “Daisy Fields,” Clarendon Hills celebrates its beginnings every June with “Daisy Days” and the annual “Daisy Dash,” consisting of a 5K run to benefit local charities.
Community Consolidated School District 181 serves students in grades PK-8. Clarendon Hills Middle School is the lone middle school in the village; one of five that feeds into Hinsdale Central High School.
Transportation is convenient for commuters with the Clarendon Hills Metra station, which provides service to Chicago and Aurora along the BNSF Railway.