DuPage County 2017-11-19T03:41:55+00:00

DuPage County is the second most populous county in the state of Illinois and also known as the wealthiest county inIllinois. DuPage County provides a variety of incentives for singles and families from all backgrounds. The mass transit system is well-developed and maintained ensuring convenient travel for business and leisure. If you are wanting to keep up with the latest fashion trends or find bargains, DuPage County supplies locals with a vast supply of indoor and outdoor shopping centers. From Fashion Outlets, trendy boutiques, and casual styles, each town will be sure to give value for your distinctive style. The education in DuPage County is just as impressive as the real estate and rated amongst the highest areas in the state. Information regarding the academic performance, school environment, educators, and students of each school district can be found here.

Meet the Orrico Team

James and Denise Orrico specialize in short sales, REO Properties, and traditional Residential Real Estate. They have successfully worked through industry challenges such as foreclosures and economic declines. The Orrico Team measure their success not only through awards and achievements but also more importantly through the satisfaction of their customers.

The Orrico Team is happy to provide the DuPage County area with information on the process of residential real estate transactions. From the perspective of buyers and sellers, short sale, foreclosure assistance and information, and much-needed advice on how to avoid a foreclosure. Denise and James will be happy to help you with your real estate transactions whether you are in the market to buy or sell a home.

To learn more about the services the Orrico Team provide, please go to their services page here.

Please use the Illinois official source for information about public schools in the entire state. This source is a guide to help you become knowledgeable about the education for your children within DuPage County. Visit our School District page for helpful information regarding academic performance, school environment, educators, students, and highlights provided by principals.

DuPage County provides an excellent alternative for shopping outside of the fast-paced city life of Chicago. Each town within DuPage County is equipped with boutiques, bargain buys, casual, and couture shopping all located in their downtown areas. The newest shopping and dining experience just opened in 2013 located 20 miles from the city of Chicago called Fashion Outlets of Chicago. Oak Brook and Aurora offer designer and casual outdoor shopping experiences all year round. 

  • Chicago Premium Outlets: Aurora, Illinois

  • Lombard Town Center: Lombard, Illinois

  • Oak Brook Center: Oak Brook, Illinois

  • The Promenade Bolingbrook: Bolingbrook, Illinois

  • Yorktown Center: Lombard, Illinois

  • Fashion Outlets of Chicago: Rosemont, Illinois

  • Elmhurst City Centre: Elmhurst, Illinois

  • Downtown Glen Ellyn Alliance: Glen Ellyn, Illinois

  • For more shopping information and locations click here.

DuPage County is able to create memorable experiences for singles, families, children, and pets. From historical museums, symphony orchestras, Brookfield Zoo, Cantigny, and water parks, there is plenty to do to keep busy throughout the year. DuPage County has a variety to offer whether you enjoy activities outdoors or indoors. 

  • Centennial Beach: Naperville, Illinois

  • Cosley Zoo: Wheaton, Illinios

  • Drury Lane Theater & Conference Center: Oak Brook Terrace, Illinois

  • Addison Historical Museum: Addison, Illinois

  • Enchanted Castle Restaurant & Entertainment Complex: Lombard, Illinois

  • Forest Preserve District of DuPage County: Wheaton, Illinois

  • LEGOLAND Discovery Center: Schaumburg, Illinois

  • For more information for entertainment in DuPage County, click here.

DuPage County has 31 towns that are acknowledged as the safest places to live within the county. DuPage County’s crime rate is below the National Average. Which on a scale is equal to 100. Please review the stats below:

Total Crime Risk – Below Average at 15

Personal Crime Risk – Below Average at 11

Murder Risk – Below Average at 14

Robbery Risk – Below Average at 7

Assualt Risk – Below Average at 8

To see more statistics of DuPage County crimes rates please click here.

To view the 31 safest towns to live in DuPage County click here.

Dupage County goes above and beyond for their locals. The goal of the county’s transit system is to build and maintain the highways and sidewalks/pathways to offer safe and cost-effective means of travel. Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, getting around DuPage County and other parts of the state are made simple bus or train. 

  • Lombard

  • Oak Brook

  • Downers Grove

  • Elmhurst

  • Darien

  • Westmont