Bringing Your Business to Bloomingdale

Commercial and industrial developed land comprises one third of Bloomingdale's total assessed value. For retail merchants and service providers seeking profitable new outlets, Bloomingdale's population of highly active, community-minded professionals make it a prime marketplace. The Village derives approximately 65% of its general fund revenues from sales tax. Due to the tremendous sales tax receipts, Bloomingdale's low real estate tax rate (one of the lowest in DuPage County) is also appealing to business owners.


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  1. About Bloomingdale

    Learn about our history, our population, current shops and restaurants and much more!

  2. Building, Zoning & Engineering

    Bloomingdale's Planning, Building, Engineering and Zoning Divisions provide for the health, safety and welfare of both current and future residents and businesses.

  3. Business Licenses & Permits

    View a list of different business licenses & permits.

  4. Census & Statistical Data

    Census data and financial reports of interest to both current and future Bloomingdale Businesses

  5. Commercial Properties Listing

  1. Economic Development

    Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts and Redevelopment.

  2. Retail Centers & Business Parks

    The Village of Bloomingdale has many retail centers, business parks, and office developments.

  3. Chamber of Commerce

    View information about the chamber of commerce.

  4. Business Promotion & Development

    Promotion & Development for new and developing small businesses.

  5. Old Town Bloomingdale Farmers' Market