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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Are you ready to find your next favorite restaurant? Indulge in delicious flavors that celebrate the vibrant and diverse food scene of Schaumburg during Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week beginning March 1. With the largest selection of participating restaurants in the Chicago Northwest suburbs, diners will have 30 options in Schaumburg to sink their teeth into. …

The kids are out of school on winter break and the house is restless. Fortunately, there is always something to do in Schaumburg to get out of the house and enjoy the excitement of the season. The next time you hear the phrase “I’m bored,” try one of these activities to create a memorable winter break.

Check out these exciting events coming to the Schaumburg Convention Center this spring.

Holiday shopping can be stressful. Luckily, Schaumburg has something for everyone on your gift list.

Traveling to Schaumburg for business? There’s plenty of options to keep you entertained after hours.

Get your bubble tea fix at the trendiest tea shops in Schaumburg, Illinois on National Bubble Tea Day April 30.

Take a swing at golf – Schaumburg Golf Club is the 47th best golf course in the country and the 4th best in the state of Illinois.

Keep the blood pumping throughout the cold, winter months at one of these fit-friendly options in Schaumburg.

If you’re looking to swing the clubs and enjoy the game of golf, there are plenty of great options waiting for you in Schaumburg. Schaumburg Golf Club The Schaumburg Golf Club was voted as one of the Golfer’s Choice: Best of Illinois Golf Courses. Rated Four Stars by Golf Digest, Schaumburg Golf Club offers golfers …

Schaumburg’s 2022 Farmers Market — featuring locally grown fruits, vegetables, baked goods, flowers and more – continues through the end of October. It’s a great way to pick up fresh favorites from local vendors. This year’s market includes 34 vendors selling fresh produce, mushrooms, honey, baked goods, salsa, jams and preserves, pickles, cheese, olives and …