Population has grown from 360 in 1900, to 3,501 in 1970, to more than 41,000 in 2010.
Welcome to Bartlett
Bartlett’s population has grown from 360 in 1900, to 3,501 in 1970, to more than 41,000 in 2010. It has grown to an area covering more than 16 square miles and now lies in Cook, DuPage, and Kane Counties.
Bartlett Park District
The district owns or leases more than 500 acres of parklands, including indoor and outdoor pools, two golf courses, a ski facility, a skate park, and numerous playgrounds and recreational areas. Visit Bartlett Park District.
More than 19.5 miles of bike trails run through Bartlett parks, area forest preserves, and other open spaces. View an interactive or PDF bikeway map.
The Village of Bartlett is one of 11 northwest suburban Chicago communities served by School District U-46. This unit district ranks as the second largest public school district in Illinois, with 40 elementary schools, eight middle schools, and five high schools and an enrollment of more than 40,000 children in grades pre-K through 12.
Underground Utilities - Before digging anywhere around your property, please call J.U.L.I.E. This will bring out all of the utility companies to mark the location of any buried lines. If you dig and wind up cutting any buried lines, it could cost you big money or even your life. Call (800) 892-0123 or call 811.