Elmhurst City Centre 2 City Ctr, Elmhurst, IL60126 The mission of Elmhurst City Centre is to make downtown Elmhurst a destination for consumers. City Centre organizes…More special events and works to retain and recruit businesses. The organization consists of a full board, budget committee, marketing and promotion committee, and a downtown services committee. City Centre sponsors Thursday dining nights, downtown concerts and Cool Cars Under the Stars.
Change of Scene Travel 745 S Fairfield Ave, Elmhurst, IL60126 Change of Scene Travel is a travel agency based in Elmhurst. The agency offers worldwide destination travel options,…More offering full-service vacation planning including booking hotels and other lodging, making restaurant reservations and reserving rental equipment. All services are customized to the client's needs and budget.
Pac-Van Inc. 711 S Il Route 83, Elmhurst, IL60126 Pac-Van in Elmhurst is the place to go if you need modular buildings, mobile offices, or storage containers. With more…More than 17 years of experience in the industry and numerous awards and testimonials to their credit, you can trust that Pac-Van will be able to meet your needs. Different financing programs are available to help clients meet their budget requirements.
School Technology Services 845 S Hillside Ave, Elmhurst, IL60126 School Technology Services is a technology and education solutions company based in Elmhurst. The company offers a wide…More range of services related to technology in the classroom including system upgrades and development, data archiving, technical direction, custom application development, asset management as well as project and budget management. Call for more information or to speak with an associate about services.
Flash 704 W Lake St, Elmhurst, IL60126 Flash has been helping customers find their next budget ride for several years. The selection may be small, but the…More knowledge of cars and willingness to help is more than abundant.
The nerve center for Elmhurst Unit District 205 is located at 162 S. York St., where the district's administration…More offices are housed. The district services more than 8,000 students primarily from Elmhurst, but students also reside in small portions of Oak Brook, Bensenville and Addison. The district maintains eight elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school and an early childhood education center.
District administrators include Superintendent David Pruneau, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Brad Hillman, Assistant Superintendent for Finance Chris Whelton, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services Meg Schnoor, Director of Technology David Smith and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Charles Johns.
The district manages more than 1.5 million square feet of building space. Teachers total 530 and have an average experience level of 11 years. The average teacher salary is $68,424 and the average per pupil expenditure is $11,793. The district manages an operating budget of nearly $114 million.
More than 30,000 Elmhurst residents—70 percent of the city—have Elmhurst library cards, which isn't…More surprising considering how much the library has to offer. From databases for researching geneology to its video game collection, the library is a popular spot for more than just books.
According to the library's annual report, through April 2010 the facility circulated more than 1.5 million items. Nearly a half-million visits to the library's website were logged and an average of more than 1,500 people walked through the library's doors each day. The library is a popular meeting space for students as well as businesses, local clubs and organizations.
The coffee shop, named More than Mocha, offers gourmet brewed coffee, espresso, teas and pastries. A drive-up window and outdoor book drops are located near the parking lot on the north side of the building. At the drive-up window, patrons can return and check out materials and renew their library cards.
The library managed a budget of $7 million last fiscal year.