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Bolingbrook Emergency Services
375 W Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Bolingbrook Emergency Services is located inside Bolingbrook Village Hall off of Briarcliff Road. It is part of theMore Bolingbrook Fire Department. Emergency Services is in charge of coordinating all certified paramedics and EMTs, including their continued education, and maintaining medical records. The department also serves as a go-between for the Illinois Department of Public Health and local hospitals.
Rotary Park
470 E Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Located close to the historic district in east central Bolingbrook, next to the Bolingbrook Fire Department and directlyMore across from Schraeder Park, Rotary features the Orville Carlson Sr. Playground in the middle of its entrance with two jungle gyms, several swings and slides. Behind the playground is a large pond highlighted by a fountain, with several benches lining the perimeter for scenic views and fishing under shade of an arboretum. In addition to an outdoor picnic pavilion on the east side of the park, there's a Port-A-Potty available next to the parking lot and a Mutt Mitt dispenser for pet owners who need bio-degradable pick-up bags for droppings.
Village of Bolingbrook
375 W Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Village of Bolingbrook was incorporated in 1965 and is a large suburb of Chicago located mostly in Will County,More but also in a portion of DuPage County.

According to the most recent U.S. Census data, Bolingbrook has a population of 73,366.

It is the 17th largest incorporated place in Illinois. 

The modern Village of Bolingbrook got its start in the first half of the 1960s when the first builder laid out the first housing tract in the farm fields just north of old U.S. 66 and beside Illinois Route 53, according to the village's website.

For a timeline of the history of Bolingbrook, click HERE.

The mayor of Bolingbrook is Roger C. Claar, a registered Republican and state central committeeman for the 13th Congressional District. 

The village is run by Claar and the village's board of trustees, which include deputy mayor and trustee Leroy Brown, and trustees Michael Lawler, Ricardo Moralex, Joseph Morelli, Patricia Schanks and Sandra Swinkunas.

The village operates a number of departments, including police and fire departments, information technology, public works and engineering and human resources.

The police chief is Kevin McCarthy. The fire chief is Dave Litton.