The Village staff and employees strive to provide the best service possible to our residents, while keeping your property taxes as low as possible.

Your local government – made up of dedicated elected officials and highly qualified staff – works hard to ensure that Addison continues to grow and thrive.  Village services are consistently praised, while being provided with a reasonable tax rate.

More than 36,000 people call the Village of Addison home.  Whether you are new to our community, or have lived here for years, here is some of the information you need to know.  

Addison has been extremely successful at attracting and retaining industry and business within the village due to the proactive and forward-thinking actions of its elected officials. To encourage business and industrial development and facilitate the expansion of existing sites, the village offers a wide variety of economic incentives that are molded to the needs of each individual business seeking a home in Addison.

Whether you are considering calling Addison home, or just visiting for day for pleasure or business, here are some links you might find useful.


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Addison offers opportunities for both public and private elementary school education. Addison Elementary School District 4 has eight schools which include six elementary buildings, a primary center, and a junior high. Two parochial elementary schools are also located in Addison.

District 4 provides the most current curriculum and best instructional practices in order to provide every child with the tools to learn and be successful. By coordinating the efforts of public and private health and human service agencies to meet the needs of preschool students and their families, District 4 plays an integral role in providing children with a solid educational foundation to build upon. The district offers state of the art curriculum and outstanding opportunities for engaged learning through the integration technology. Addressing the learning needs of all the members of its 3,800 student population is a District 4 priority.

As part of DuPage High School District 88Addison Trail High School provides students with a secondary education. Once at Addison Trail, students can expect an excellent academic environment in which to learn. More than 80 percent of Addison Trail’s graduates go on to some form of higher education and 80 percent of the teaching staff hold master’s degrees or beyond. With approximately 1,700 enrolled students, Addison Trail offers more than 250 different courses, including advanced placement in English, calculus AB and calculus BC, biology, physics, American history, world psychology and political science. Several advanced and honors’ courses are included. The curriculum offers studies in three foreign languages including: German, Spanish and Italian.

Students of Addison Trail can also perform with several choruses as well as a symphonic band, jazz band, concert orchestra and concert band. Students are encouraged to participate in the extracurricular activities of nearly 40 clubs and special interest organizations.

Technology Center of DuPage (TCD), located in Addison’s industrial sector, serves 21 DuPage area high schools, providing the specialized education that leads to technical careers. The center prepares students for entry level positions in areas of business and industry. Students are taught special skills, including: pre-architecture and pre-engineering CAD, construction trades, machine tool operation, computer information systems, office systems technology, travel and tour services, graphic arts production, multimedia and television production, health occupations. TCD also offers technology courses in automotive, aviation, maintenance, electronics, computers and residential appliance.

Several institutions of higher learning surround Addison. The College of DuPage is only a short drive to the southwest, in southern Glen Ellyn. With more than 36,000 full- or part-time students, the college operates branch educational centers in three DuPage County communities. The College of DuPage Addison Center, located at the Technology Center of DuPage, is one of those.

As a junior college, the College of DuPage prepares students for transfer to a four-year university or for entry into a trade or profession. The college is divided into eight areas of study: business and services, humanities, communications, natural sciences, occupational and vocational education, social and behavioral sciences, learning resources and student affairs.

Elmhurst College, located to the southeast in neighboring Elmhurst, is one of the largest independent liberal arts colleges in Illinois. The college offers 53 majors in 21 departments, plus pre-professional studies in dentistry, medicine, law, engineering, theology, physical therapy and library sciences.

Many colleges and universities are within easy commuting distance from Addison students, including Benedictine University, a multifaceted, four-year college whose primary element is its undergraduate college for liberal arts and sciences. Other institutions of higher learning in the Chicago area include Robert Morris University, the University of ChicagoNorthwestern University, the University of Illinois-ChicagoLoyola UniversityDePaul University, St. Xavier University and  Northern Illinois University.

In addition, the DuPage Campus of DeVry University is in Addison. DeVry Inc. is one of the largest publicly owned, degree-granting, higher education companies in North America, and recently opened its Chamberlain College of Nursing on the Addison campus.

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Ardmore School 644 S. Ardmore Ave. Elementary 630/458-2900
Army Trail School 346 W. Army Trail Blvd. Elementary 630/458-2502
Fullerton School 400 S. Michigan Ave. Elementary 630/458-2590
Lake Park School 330 Lake Park Dr. Elementary 630/458-3010
Lincoln School 720 N. Lincoln Ave. Elementary 630/458-3040
Stone School 1404 Stone Ave. Elementary 630/628-4020
Wesley School 1111 Westwood Trail Elementary 630/628-4060
Holy Family Catholic School 145 E Grand Ave., Bensenville Parochial 630/766-0166
St. Philip the Apostle Catholic School 1233 W. Holtz Ave. Parochial 630/543-4130
Indian Trail Junior High School 222 N. Kennedy Dr. Junior High 630/458-2600
Addison Trail High School 213 N. Lombard Rd. High School 630/628-3300
Technology Center of DuPage 301 S. Swift Rd. Vocational Educ. 630/620-8770
DeVry University 1221 N. Swift Rd. College 630/953-1300
College of DuPage 425 22nd Street 
Glen Ellyn, IL
Junior College 630/942-2800
College of DuPage/Addison Center 301 South Swift Rd. Junior College 630/495-3010
Elmhurst College 190 Prospect Ave.
Elmhurst, IL
College 630/617-3500
Pivot Point International Academy 144C E. Lake Street, Bloomingdale, IL Vocational Educ. 847/985-5900
First Institute Training & Management, Inc. 520 W. Lake Street, Suite A Business Training and Education 630/543-7040