Hanover Park Neighborhoods
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Around Hanover Park
Hanover Park is home to 21 parks and facilities, and residents have access to both Mallard Lake Forest Preserve and Hawk Hollow Forest Preserve. These wildlife preserves offer fishing piers, boating spots, hiking, horseback and bike trails, wildlife observation opportunities, and picnicking areas.
Hanover Park also offers nearby athletic clubs, sports facilities, golf courses and entertainment for residents and visitors to enjoy, and the suburb hosts a variety of events for the community throughout the year. Hanover Park’s proximity to the city of Chicago provides residents with easy access to downtown for work and entertainment, and its location in the Golden Corridor offers further economic and employment opportunities.
Cost of Living
Home prices in Hanover Park are slightly higher than the average for the state of Illinois, but the suburb tends to be more affordable than many neighboring areas, including Bartlett, Bloomingdale, Roselle, and Schaumburg. The suburb prides itself on providing residents a well-maintained and attractive place to call home, and the area offers a mix of home styles and price points.
Hanover Park is home to a commuter stop on the Metra Milwaukee West line, which provides direct access to downtown Chicago in about 45 minutes. U.S. Route 20 and Illinois Route 19 run through Hanover Park, and the nearby I-290 Eisenhower Expressway connects the suburb with the city of Chicago. O’Hare International Airport is 17 miles east of the suburb, while two smaller airports, DuPage County Airport and Schaumburg Regional Airport, are less than six miles from Hanover Park.
Hanover Park is served by Schaumburg Community Consolidated School District 54, Township High School District 211, Elgin Area School District U-46, Keeneyville School District 20, Lake Park High School District 108, Glenbard Township High School District 87, and Community Consolidated School District 93. The U-46 District is the second-largest school district in Illinois, and nine elementary schools, one middle school, and six high schools serve the immediate Hanover Park area.
Hanover Park hosts events and activities for residents during every season of the year, including movies in the park, family biking adventures, and holiday events. Corks and Crafts is a popular autumn event in this suburb, attracting residents and visitors to the Ontarioville Historic District to enjoy wine tasting, craft beer, music, food, and other entertainment.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.