Hanover Park is located in the state of Illinois and a village in DuPage County, and a suburb of Chicago. The village is categorized as a general park district and was established by the voters in 1964. It is responsible for the operation, administration, and maintenance of the parks and its facilities that are being governed by five commissioners that are elected by the many for overlapping four-year term. The village also has a station that is situated in Metra’s Milwaukee District/ West Line, wherein it provides the daily rail service between the Elgin and Chicago areas. The Metra’s zone-based fare system is in zone F. The village is being served by a number of school districts and serves an area within Cook, DuPage, and Kane counties. Many families and young professionals call the city their home. More than 38,300 people live in this city, and approximately 74% of them own their residence. Hanover Park’s median home value is $173,000, which is slightly lower than the national average of $184,700. Most residents have a liberal outlook in life. Vacationers stop by this cozy city to immerse themselves in the great outdoors. Most visit the must-see destinations, such as the Mallard Lake, Gray Farm Park & Conservation Area, West Branch Forest Preserve, and Pratt's Wayne Woods. Most of these places feature scenic nature trails and picnic sites. Tourists can also beat the heat at the city’s popular water theme parks or learn more about the area’s diverse culture at the historic BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir.
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