Glenview is a village located in Cook County, Illinois, United States, approximately 15 miles northwest of the Chicago Loop, and roughly 3.5 miles from the City of Chicago's far northwest border. Glenview, along with nearby towns Mount Prospect, Park Ridge, Des Plaines, Niles and Morton Grove make up the major outskirt suburbs neighboring the city's Far Northwest Side. As of the 2010 United States Census, the village population was 44,692. The current population is estimated to be approximately 47,475 as of the last census data. The current village President is Jim Patterson.
The entire Northfield Township originally was known as the town of Northfield. There were different names for various areas within the community. The Post Office demanded that an official name be selected, whereupon a special meeting of the villagers was called. Various names were suggested such as Rugenville, Glenvarr, Glendale, Glengrove, Glen Hollow, Oak View, and Glenview. The name Glenview won the majority vote on May 7, 1895. The village was incorporated in 1899. Much of the Glenview area remained farmland but after World War II, developers such as Tom Sullivan began to give the township its current suburban appearance.
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