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The City of Berwyn

Just 20 minutes west of Chicago’s loop lies a town that is nothing like a suburb. Plan a day trip to experience world class cuisine, grassroots art initiatives, live music, street festivals and shops that can only be found in Berwyn. The whirlwind of activities and services available are worth a trip. You may decide to stay.

#BERWYNNER

[Ber-win-er] noun

A #Berwynner is someone who leaves a positive mark on our community through their service. This individual makes Berwyn proud and shows pride in their community. If you love the Berwyn community, we want you to be a #Berwynner!

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Whether you’re a resident or just passing through, we love to see our city through your eyes! See what Berwyn has to offer through the eyes of the community. follow us on Instagram and Facebook

Join us on December, 11th at Mayor Lovero's Christmas Drive-Thru event! ❄️❄️ Hosted at the Berwyn Recreation Center, everyone is invited and encouraged to dress in their best holiday style! Decorate your sled (car) to take a photo with our special guest, Santa! 🚗🎅

This family event requires a Berwyn vehicle city sticker on your sled (car) or valid Berwyn ID as proof of residency and is for children ages 2-12 years of age.

Pre-registration by phone is required, no walk-in/drive-ups will be allowed so please call (708)749-6535 & (708) 749-6534 during normal business hours to register by December 7, 2021, end of business day.

We will be following all CDC guidelines and facemasks will be required.
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MEET BERWYN’S ENTREPRENEURS: Olivia Lares

Name Olivia Lares Business Berwyn Dental Connection About Olivia I would describe myself as compassionate, adventurous, and hard-working. I knew at a very young age that I wanted to help...

History

On June 6, 1908, Berwyn became a city, receiving its official charter from the State of Illinois. The first two decades of the twentieth century saw Berwyn develop in much the same way as other Chicago suburbs. It was a place in which, as "The WPA Guide to Illinois" states,