Faces & Places
Meet the Faces & Places of Carpentersville
The Village of Carpentersville is and has always been a place of enterprise, diversity and community. Our residents and business operators know Carpentersville’s natural resources, prime location and people are what make our village a special place to live, work and play.
Faces & Places - Rose Marie Arthur Books
Connie Stadtfeld, an author and speaker, details why she fell in love with Carpentersville.
Faces & Places - Main Street Bicycles
Jeff Provisor talks about his experience as an owner of a bicycle shop.
Faces & Places - Mendoza Brothers
The Mendoza brothers discuss why they chose to open Universal Realty and Inlanta Mortgage company in Carpentersville, Illinois.
Stories from the Village
Tivoli Enterprises’ Classic Cinema 12 is reopening with new movies, tasty popcorn, and free refills. The Carpentersville movie theater is opening its doors on Thursday, April 15, with new releases, including “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Voyagers,”…
Biking at Raceway Woods in Carpentersville, Il. Located adjacent to the historic Meadowdale Speedway, Raceway Woods is now home to mountain biking and hiking trails. Riders will find parking off of Route 31 and additional parking off of Huntley Road….
Through a video series, we’ll be introducing you to the many Faces & Places that make the Village of Carpentersville a special place to live, work and play. We invite you to Meet Jeff, owner of Main Street Bicycles and…
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