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Lombard, Illinois: Proud Home for Generations of Families
Just 20 miles west of Chicago, Lombard has an ambiance all its own, blending city convenience with a friendly, feel-at-home way of life that has earned it a reputation as one of Illinois’ favorite towns. Indulge your passion for history, dine and shop, hit the trails, have a picnic and literally smell the roses—and every spring, thousands of lilacs. As a resident of Lexington Square in Lombard, it’s all here for you.
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Convenient to Everywhere You Want to Go!
If you are looking for a setting that combines an easygoing pace and warm hospitality with abundant natural beauty, Lombard, Illinois, the “Lilac City” is calling you. From the renowned annual Lilac Time festival, to easy access to major walking and bicycling trails, to historic downtown architecture, you’ll find multiple ways to spend a pleasant afternoon in Lombard, a designated Tree City USA for the past 32 years.
As a Lexington Square resident, you’ll have quick and easy access to multiple recreational, cultural and entertainment venues, including:
Lilacia Park: Home to more than 200 varieties of lilacs, and 75,000 tulips in the spring. With a greenhouse and picnic areas. Site of the annual Lilac Time, a two-week event celebrating the season and culminating with the Lilac Parade.
Yorktown Center: A distinguished mix of fashionable shopping, world-class dining, high-energy fitness studios and exciting entertainment for all ages.
The Sheldon Peck Homestead: Registered on the National Park Service Network to Freedom as a verified stop on the Underground Railroad.
The new Helen M. Plum Memorial Library: Offering a 21st century experience that includes an array of reading materials, programs, groups, virtual learning experiences and more.
Maple Street Chapel: A historical landmark built in 1870 and treasured by the entire region for its American Gothic floor-to-ceiling beaded board and stained glass windows.
Illinois Prairie Path: Offering 37 scenic miles for walking, hiking and biking, and the first U.S. rail-to-trail conversion in the nation in the 1960’s.
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