Tradition Meets Tomorrow 

In the early to mid 1800's Roselle was discovered and in 1860 a railway system was developed in the town enabling economic growth. Roselle started out as a rural farming town in the late 1800's, but when a business man who was also the president of the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company came to Roselle, he altered a land survey to assure the railway would run through Roselle. Today, that same railway is the same railway that has cause Roselle to lose its rural feel it had in the beginning of the town's development. In the last thirty years the town has now become a commuter's town, which is also called a bedroom community. Many of the residents commute either to Chicago or surrounding suburbs using the railway system. For fun residents can enjoy one of the many recreation trails or bike paths or visit one of the park districts surrounding the Roselle area. 
2010 population census 22,763
Fun Fact:
Don Schulze, the pitcher for five major league baseball teams was born in Roselle
Things to do/Events:
- Various bike paths and recreation trails
- Concerts in the Park
- Taste of Roselle 
- Cruise Nights 

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