Streamwood is a village of Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 39,858 at the 2010 census. It is a northwest suburb of Chicago and is a part of the Chicago metropolitan area.
The 1990s set the tone for the new millennium. Streamwood continued its focus of providing balanced growth, and a commitment to community-oriented public service. Commercial growth opened along Route 59 with the Sutton Park and Streamwood Crossing Shopping Centers. Streamwood Corporate Center and Phoenix Lake Business Park expanded industrial opportunities in the Village. New housing continued to provide a balance of options for residents. The small ranch-style homes of the 1950s began to blend with larger, executive homes constructed on the west side of town.
In 2007, Streamwood celebrated its 50th Anniversary and began looking forward to its next 50 years. New growth and new challenges await this Town of Tomorrow.
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