The Schaumburg Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will be accepting applications for the 2019 Police Officer Eligibility List now through August 4, 2019.
The village's bike and pedestrian path located near the Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center is closed for improvements through Friday, Aug. 16.
Schaumburg’s 2019 Farmers Market—featuring locally-produced fruits, vegetables, baked goods and more—is currently running every Friday through October 25.
The Village of Schaumburg’s Woodfield Trolley is offering daily service again from Memorial Day through Labor Day as a convenient way for the public to navigate Schaumburg’s key destinations.
The Boler Company will relocate its global headquarters to the Veridian development (formerly the Motorola Campus) in Schaumburg.
The Village of Schaumburg has received high marks for its quality of life, as a place to live and raise children, and for an overall feeling of safety.
The Bethel Lane Relocation Project has been awarded several accolades from the American Public Works Association.
The village's first roundabout opened to traffic December 21 at Remington Road and Plum Grove Road as part of the reconstruction project occurring on Plum Grove Road.
The Village of Schaumburg has launched a new program, Schaumburg Snapshot, which allows the public to submit still images of their favorite photos of the community.
Construction on the north end of the Plum Grove Road Reconstruction Project is anticipated to begin Monday, Sept. 17.
The Village of Schaumburg would like the public to stay safe this Fourth of July holiday.
The village's 2019 yard waste collection continues through Friday, Dec. 13.
The village encourages customers to conveniently pay their bills online using the village's secure payment portal, WebPay.
Help those who are going through challenging financial times due to an emergency and are at risk of having their water shut off.