Welcome to Schaumburg
Schaumburg is home to more than 220 restaurants, 30 hotels, and hundreds of shopping destinations to satisfy your retail cravings. With so many fun activities to choose from, you can literally choose your own adventure when you plan your visit. Check out some ideas below.
Nearly 300 stores under one roof give your group the opportunity to shop — rain or shine! Plus more dining options with your friends and family at the Woodfield Mall Dining Pavilion.
One of the largest and most popular outdoor spaces nearby is Busse Woods, also known as the Ned Brown Preserve. Spanning over 3,500 acres, this expansive area features a ton of options for residents to spend time connecting with nature.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Discover the medieval ages with a trip in time at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Cheer on your knight as they clash their way to the Queen’s Champion. Include is a 4-course dinner to suite any royalty.
Peppa Pig World of Play
Take your little ones to enjoy a new unique indoor play center designed specifically for pre-school children and their families. Young children can step into the world of Peppa Pig to explore and interact with a number of different play zones, all based on familiar themes from this globally popular pre-school brand.
Bullseye Axe Throwing Lounge
Try something new with Bullseye Axe Throwing Lounge. Get immersed in a new experience with their own private areas with personalized music, an axe coach, and a professional photoshoot to boot!
Schaumburg Community Consolidated School District 54 operates 21 elementary schools, five junior high schools, and one combined K-8 school based in Schaumburg, Cook County, Illinois, USA, a suburb of Chicago.
Township High School District 211 is the largest high school district in the state with nearly 12,000 students in its five high schools and two alternative high schools. High School District 211 is located about 25 miles northwest of Chicago and serves the communities of Hoffman Estates, Inverness, Palatine, and Schaumburg, and parts of Arlington Heights, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Streamwood, and South Barrington. District 211’s five high schools are: James B. Conant (located in Hoffman Estates), William Fremd (located in Palatine), Hoffman Estates, Palatine, and Schaumburg High Schools. District 211’s alternative high schools are District 211 North Campus (located in Palatine) and District 211 Higgins Education Center (located in Hoffman Estates).
A few of Schaumburgs’ most notable academic institutions include:
- James B. Conant High School, 9-12
- Schaumburg High School, 9-12
- Fremd High School, 9-12
- Electric - ComEd at 800.Edison1 - (800) 334-7661
- Water and Sewer - please call Water Billing at (847) 923-4520.
- Natural Gas - Nicor - To establish gas service with Nicor, please call (888) 642-6748 or sign-up online at Nicor. For leaks, odors & emergencies, call 911 or 888.Nicor4U ((888) 642-6748) immediately.
- Refuse and Recycling - The village pays for the basic cost of the refuse and recycling disposal program. Special pickups, additional cart rental, back-door pickup, or other unique service fees are the responsibility of residents. Arrangements for any extra services must be made by contacting Lakeshore Recycling Systems directly at (844) 633-3577. If you have any questions, call the Engineering and Public Works Department at (847) 895-7100.
- 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.