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Bolingbrook Family Chiropractic serves the Will and DuPage counties with chiropractic care related to wellness, family, sports, pediatric and pregnancy. If you are struggling with back pain or any type of joint discomfort, our chiropractors will make the healing process easy and comfortable. Our trained professionals stand out in the chiropractic industry and are very passionate about delivering the best customer service and patient treatment. We strive to have you walking out of our office feeling healthy and more functional than ever before!
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Below is some general information about Hinsdale:
Hinsdale is a village in Cook and DuPage counties in the U.S. state of Illinois, within the Chicago metropolitan area. The population was 16,816 at the 2010 census, most of whom lived in DuPage County. The town’s ZIP code is 60521. It is listed in the top 1% of wealthiest towns in Illinois, and is known locally for its beautiful residences and teardown culture, of which new rebuilds have taken 30% of homes in the village. The town has a rolling, wooded topography, with a quaint downtown, and is a 22-minute express train ride to downtown Chicago on the Burlington Northern train line.
Hinsdale is located 20 miles west of Chicago and is bordered by Western Springs to the east, Clarendon Hills and Westmont to the west, Oak Brook to the north, and Burr Ridge and Willowbrook to the south. It can be reached by highway from Interstate 294 or Interstate 55. The eastern boundary of Hinsdale is I-294, and the western boundary is Route 83. According to the 2010 census, the village has a total area of 4.64 square miles, of which 4.60 square miles is land and 0.03 square miles is water.
Hinsdale’s downtown area is a National Register Historic District. The downtown area is located in the center of town and is remarkably little changed considering the many teardowns that have occurred in town. The village has restaurants, different types of shops, and various services, as well as the train station. The Robbins Park district just east of downtown between Garfield Street and County Line Road, as well as between Hinsdale Avenue and 9th Street, is a National Register Historic District as well. The district includes two of Hinsdale’s seven buildings individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as seven of seventeen Hinsdale Historic Landmarks.
While many Hinsdale residents commute to jobs scattered throughout the Chicago metropolitan area, Hinsdale is also the home of many small and medium sized businesses. Meadowlark Golf Course is located in Hinsdale. Other businesses include Trumeau Design & Decor, Salt Creek Club, Divine Providence In-Home Care Services, Walt Denny, Inc, and ANI Incorporated, along with various other small and medium sized businesses. Non-profit organizations such as Hinsdale Historical Society and Hinsdale Humane Society are also based there.
The Katherine Legge Memorial Park and Lodge, located on 52 acres of woodland, was donated to the Village of Hinsdale in 1973. The lodge, built in 1927, may be rented for private and corporate events such as banquets, meetings, parties, picnics, receptions, and weddings. The park has a clubhouse with meeting rooms, a football/soccer field, a picnic area, playground apparatus, a scenic open space, a shelter, a sledding hill, and four platform tennis courts.The 3-acre Hinsdale Community Swimming Pool is Hinsdale’s public pool. The 14.7-acre Veeck Park is Hinsdale’s skate park. The skatepark has been pending removal by the Board Of Trustees. A possible relocation has been in talks. Some of the ramps are in despair and could be rebuilt and made more BMX friendly The 8.3-acre Brook Park has a ball field, a football/soccer field, a playground apparatus, and four tennis courts. The 6.55-acre Burns Field has ice skating, a picnic area, a playground apparatus, a shelter, six tennis courts, and 2 platform tennis courts. The 8.82-acre Pierce Park has a ball field, a football/soccer field, a picnic area, a playground apparatus, a shelter, and two tennis courts The 14.50-acre Robbins Park has a football/soccer field, a playground apparatus, and two tennis courts. The 2.33-acre Stough Park has ice skating, a playground apparatus, and two tennis courts.
Source: Hinsdale on Wikipedia