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Village Profile
Woodridge offers a sustainable, high quality of life for residents and businesses by providing superior customer service, responsive emergency services and diverse programs and amenities!

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Woodridge offers a diverse range of housing options including apartments, condos, entry level housing and luxury homes. To ensure that residents have the opportunity to remain within the community as their housing needs change, the community is now focused on adding senior housing to its housing stock.

Industry
Woodridge is home to more than 13 million square feet of warehouse and industrial space, including one of the largest business parks in the Chicago area – International Centre. Edward Don, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Home Run Inn Pizza, Morey Corporation, Orbus, Palladium, and Wilton Industries are several examples of major industry companies choosing Woodridge as their corporate headquarters. Whether your business is a startup, or a major corporation looking for a new home, Woodridge has diverse business opportunities to consider.

Transportation
Conveniently located just 25 miles west of Chicago, Woodridge is at the Crossroads of two major interstates (I-55 and I-355), providing quick and easy access to the entire Chicagoland area. Close proximity to O’Hare International Airport, Midway Airport, DuPage County Airport and the Santa Fe rail line make Woodridge accessible nationwide.

Shopping
Woodridge offers diverse shopping opportunities for both local and regional customers. These options are located in two primary areas that are regional shopping destinations, the 75th Street Corridor and the intersection of Boughton Road and Woodward Avenue. The Village is home to several new national retailers in the last several years including Art Van Furniture, Panera Bread, and Hobby Lobby.

Entertainment
Woodridge is home to Seven Bridges, a mixed-use development designed to create a vibrant center for village life by integrating commercial and retail uses such as offices, shops, and restaurants with a variety of recreational uses including a golf course, Imax Theater, and an ice arena.

Recreation
In total, Woodridge is home to three golf courses, a waterpark, 20 miles of biking trails and is surrounded by over 4,600 acres of forest preserves providing diverse entertainment opportunities. Additionally, the Woodridge Park District maintains a total of 42 parks which encompass 620 acres and provide natural recreation areas for all seasons.

Michael Mays
Director of Community Development
Email

Ph:(630) 719-4766

Jason Zawila
Planner
Email

Ph: 630-719-2906

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