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A lawn care company does services to maintain the grass. The lawn Care services include Mowing (grass cutting), Aeration, Weed Control, Fertilization, Seeding, Edging, Trimming, SOD delivery, Turf installation.  A Landscaping Company does Garden Design, Landscape Maintenance, Design, and Installation

Landscaper That Know Wheeling, Illinois


Wheeling is a village in both Cook County and Lake County. It is located northwest of downtown Chicago. For those who work in the City of Chicago, there are various forms of transportation. In fact, Wheeling has a Station to help on the Metra's North Central Service, which offers daily commuter trains between Antioch and Chicago Union Station, Monday through Friday.

The History of Wheeling, IL


Wheeling's beginning was in 1894, as an overnight stop for travelers from Chicago heading to the Wisconsin Territory using the route that today has become Milwaukee Avenue (Illinois Route 21). Having many inns, taverns, and eateries established was the beginning of what is now Wheeling's renowned Restaurant Row.

Farmers have taken advantage of the fertile soil in the area and the growing road transport network. The stage stop community soon began to export the crop. Wheeling became especially famous for its garden nurseries.

With the rise of the Chicago Metro, Wheeling became a center for industry and commerce in the 1960s. Manufacturing facilities located in Wheeling provided rail transportation (SOO LINE) to deliver goods to and from the area. The development of the residential regions followed these manufacturers. Trade developed as a result of population growth.


Parks and Education of Wheeling, Illinois

There are plenty of fun outdoor activities to do in the area. The Park District operates 19 sites on 329 acres. Recreational facilities managed by the Park District include an undeveloped natural area with a 13-acre lake, nine surrounding parks, a regional community park, a sports complex with four artificial turf fields, an outdoor aquatic center, a community recreation center, indoor aquatic center, fitness center, a history museum, two public gyms, an artificial turf football field, championship golf course and banquet hall, and multiple softball/baseball fields, soccer and football fields, playgrounds and picnic areas.

Most of Wheeling's students attend Wheeling High School, although some students attend Buffalo Grove High School. Both schools belong to Township High School District 214, which is the second-largest school district in Illinois in terms of enrollment. School District 21 is located in Wheeling. It consists of five elementary schools and three secondary schools.

Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling, IL

Wheeling (along with Prospect Heights) owns the Chicago Executive Airport. Founded in 1925 as Gauthier's airfield, Chicago Executive Airport has evolved from a 40-acre open area with unpaved runways to a general aviation airport serving the Chicago metropolitan area and one of the busiest airports in the country.

The Chicago Executive Airport is a low-cost, no-delay alternative to O'Hare International for business and air travel; The airport is home to 325 aircraft owned by companies. Three fixed-base operators serve the airport and a variety of other airport-related business operations, including charter flights, car rentals, aviation consulting services, and aviation education.

The Chicago Executive Airport has greatly benefited the local business community. In 1996, the Illinois Department of Transportation commissioned a study on the economic impact of Illinois airports. This study found that the Chicago Executive Airport's annual financial benefit is more than $ 142 million yearly.


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