In the 1830s, Streamwood was a dairy farm community known as Hoosier Grove. Following a construction boom to meet demand for housing after World War II and the Korean War, the Village of Streamwood was established and billed as the Town of Tomorrow. Honoring our military, an American Veterans Memorial, was dedicated in 1991. It recognizes each branch of the military and all conflicts since the Revolutionary War. Students who live in Streamwood attend School District U-46, Elementary School District 54 and High School District 211. The Streamwood Park District offers a wide array of leisure opportunities including Hoosier Grove Park, Park Place Family Recreation Center, 9 and 18-hole disc golf courses, the 4-acre Freedom Run Dog Park, Hoosier Grove Barn and Banquet facility and the Hoosier Grove Museum. Sports enthusiasts may also enjoy the 9-hole championship Streamwood Oaks Golf Club or the Streamwood Cricket Club. The annual Streamwood Stride is an endurance race held each June.
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