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Barrington

Barrington is a great place to “Live, Work, and Play.” A beautiful, historic suburb just 40 miles northwest of Chicago, Barrington’s 10,168 residents pride themselves on the Village’s hometown charm and small-town heritage. The Village of Barrington serves as the hub of activity for the 90-square-mile Barrington area, which consists of 7 independent villages and more than 43,000 residents. The Metra train stops right in the village center, easily connecting Barrington to the City of Chicago. There is much to do in Barrington. You can visit our Historical Society, library, parks, and the historic Catlow Theatre. You can stroll our village center, which is surrounded by a beautiful residential historic district, while stopping to eat at our fine restaurants or shop in our quaint stores. You can also attend a wide variety of family-oriented events throughout the year, from a week-long Fourth of July Festival to weekly Farmers’ Markets and Cruise Nights. Barrington District 220 schools are consistently among the top in state and national rankings. The Barrington area’s unique access to a wide variety of outdoor recreation in the form of parks, forest preserves, and horse and hiking trails makes its location second to none. All told, the Village of Barrington offers a living experience that can't be beat..


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Economic Data for Zip Code 60011

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* All numbers in this section are 2016 projections provided by Geolytics Inc

Demographics Data for Zip Code 60011

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    * All numbers in this section are 2016 projections provided by Geolytics Inc

    Population Data for Zip Code 60011

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    • Estimated Change 2014 shows the percentage of population change between the 2012 Census and 2014.
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    * All numbers in this section are 2016 projections provided by Geolytics Inc

    Public Schools in Zip Code 60011

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    Private Schools in Zip Code 60011

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    • No Private Schools Identified in Zip Code:60011
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    Schools listed are those in the Zip Code of the listing, but may not serve this address.
    School Data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
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