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138 apartments for rent near Wood Dale, IL

221 TOSCA Drive
Wood Dale
2 Bed
$1,800
137 Bristol Lane
Wood Dale
3 Bed
$1,900
260 Station Street
Wood Dale
2 Bed
$1,450
Results within 1 miles of Wood Dale, IL
Cypress Place
975 Jefferson Sq
1 Bed
$1,145
2 Bed
$1,355
186 North Oak Mill Street
Addison
6 Bed
$3,000
117 Boardwalk Place
Elk Grove Village
2 Bed
$1,200
446 Barron Street
Bensenville
4 Bed
$1,625
510 Magnolia Lane
Elk Grove Village
4 Bed
$2,000
850 2nd Ct
Bensenville
2 Bed
$3,637
920 RIDGE Square
Elk Grove Village
1 Bed
$975
231 E Theodore Ln
Itasca
2 Bed
$2,000
Results within 5 miles of Wood Dale, IL
Tanglewood Apartments
2134 S Goebbert Rd
1 Bed
$990
2 Bed
$1,250
3 Bed
$1,595
The Apts at Woodfield Crossing
4700 Arbor Dr
1 Bed
$819
2 Bed
$993
3 Bed
$1,318
Willow Crossing
1031 Charlela Ln
1 Bed
$1,037
2 Bed
$1,233
3 Bed
$1,588
Elm Creek Apartments & Townhomes
1 Elm Creek Dr
1 Bed
$1,349
2 Bed
$2,225
3 Bed
$5,043
The Colony Apartments
475 W Enterprise Dr
1 Bed
$930
2 Bed
$1,260
3 Bed
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Hancock Square at Arlington Station
180 N Arlington Heights Rd
Studio
$1,427
1 Bed
$1,463
2 Bed
$1,720
Kingston Pointe
1646 River St
1 Bed
$1,480
2 Bed
$2,055
3 Bed
$2,855
Willow Bend Apartments
2850 Southampton Dr, Apt 107
1 Bed
$1,544
2 Bed
$1,582
3 Bed
$2,244
Fieldpointe of Schaumburg
1708 Arbor Sq
Studio
$977
1 Bed
$1,084
2 Bed
$1,337
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City Guide
Wood Dale
Moving to Wood Dale

They have an annual Wood Dale Green Fair, a green living event, as well as a seasonal farmer's market. Prairie Fest is an annual festival featuring live music, carnival rides, games, food vendors, and a fireworks display. During the summer, residents can enjoy Movie in the Park in the Town Square, featuring modern blockbuster films appropriate for most age groups.

The best time to plan your move to Wood Dale is between late spring and early fall. This way, you won't have to worry about fighting snow and ice during your move. When you go to get your license plate for the state of Illinois, be prepared for an emissions check. This is required for all vehicles registered in Illinois. If your car doesn't pass inspection, you'll have to get necessary repairs done in order to get your license plate.

Parks in the area include Frazen Grove Park, Central Park, White Oak Park, Salt Creek County Forest Preserve, Maple Meadows County Forest Preserve and Salt Creek Park. There are also several churches in Wood Dale, including Agape Family Church, Calvary Lutheran Church, First Baptist Church of Wood Dale, Holy Ghost Church and Wood Dale Community Church.

Medical treatment in the area is provided by Alexian Brothers Medical Center, Elmhurst Memorial Hospital and Adventist Glenoaks.

Weather in Wood Dale is mild in the summer and bone-chillingly cold in the winter. July highs average around 86 degrees, and rarely top 90 degrees. Winter hits hardest in January, when the average temperature is about 14 degrees. Wood Dale averages 24 inches of snow per year, which is close to the national average of 25 inches. Rainfall usually totals about 32 inches per year.

New renters will need the standard leasing toolkit: proof of income, past rental history and money down for that first deposit on your gorgeous new place. You'll most likely need enough for a deposit that's equivalent to a month's rent, plus first and last month. Having your credit scores and references printed out and ready while looking at places always helps move things along, as does writing a check on the spot to seal the deal.

The Neighborhood of Wood Dale

Wood Dale is a neighborhood in and of itself where house rentals are generally prevalent. Townhouses for rent area also fairly common, so don't worry if you're hoping to find something on the bigger side. In addition, while conducting your apartment search rest assured that there are still plenty of furnished apartments for those moving in with less than the kitchen sink; as well as pet friendly apartments so you don't have to leave Fido or Fluffy behind in your new digs in Wood Dale!

About 6,000 people who live outside the city come to Wood Dale to work during the day. About 900 people both live and work in Wood Dale. Crime here is significantly lower in Wood Dale than in the rest of Illinois. Air quality is average. The area also offers a few all utilities paid apartments.

Living in Wood Dale

The city of Wood Dale offers some unique conveniences for its residents, including the Connect-CTY community notification program. This program automatically alerts residents by phone if there is an important announcement or a local emergency.

Most residents of Wood Dale depend on natural gas for heating. 84 percent of the area's homes and apartments use natural gas, compared to just 16 percent depending on electrical heat sources.

Two elementary schools, Westview and Oakbrook, offer education to Wood Dale's younger children. Wood Dale Junior High and Lake Park High Schools take the older kids. Lake Park High School is divided into two campuses. The east campus educates ninth and tenth graders, and the west campus educates the eleventh and twelfth graders.

Several local colleges offer postsecondary learning, including Elmhurst College, Universal Technical Institute of Illinois, Triton College, Oakton Community College, Wheaton College, Dominican University and Midwestern University.

Public transportation includes a station of the Metra Milwaukee District Western Line, which offers daily train service between Elgin and Chicago. AM Track operates three stations in the area. These transit systems are easy to use in your search for apartments.

Shopping and dining options are as plentiful in Wood Dale as trees are in a forest. The area boasts 175 grocery stores, eight supercenters and club stores, 200 gas stations, and 671 full service restaurants. Residents of Wood Dale usually turn to Chicago's TV and radio stations for news and entertainment.