Arlington Heights, IL is a suburb of Chicago located about 25 miles northwest of the Chicago “loop”.  As of the 2010 census Arlington Heights was home to about 75,000 residents.

Arlington Heights is known for its Arlington Park Race Track (founded 1927), hosting events such as the Arlington Million (Breeders Cup qualifying event) and the Arlington Heights Memorial Library hosting one of the largest collection of books in the state.

In 1853, William Dunton persuaded the Illinois & Wisconsin Railroad to make a stop within the community, and laid out a town called Dunton. Dunton Avenue, named after William Dunton, is the village’s base line that splits addresses east and west, with Campbell Street splitting north and south.  In 1887 the town was incorporated into what’s now known as Arlington Heights with a population just over 1,000 residents.

Top employers in Arlington Heights include Arlington Park, Paddock Publications, and Alexian Brothers Health System.

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