Glen Ellyn Fire Department, Station 1 524 Pennsylvania Ave, Glen Ellyn, IL60137 The Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company is the last all-volunteer fire department in DuPage County. Founded in 1907 with…More 22 volunteer firefighters, the company now has a volunteer staff of 66 firefighters, providing 24-hour service to Glen Ellyn residents. The Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company operates out of two firehouses. Station 2 is located at 681 Taft Avenue.
The Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company is the last all-volunteer fire department in DuPage County. Founded in 1907…More with 22 firefighters, the company now has a volunteer staff of 66, providing 24-hour service to Glen Ellyn residents.
The Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company operates out of two firehouses; Station 1 is located at 524 Pennsylvania Ave.
The Glen Ellyn Food Pantry is an ecumenical endevaor of Glen Ellyn churches who cooperate in providing food and…More volunteers to serve people in our community who are in emergency. The Food Pantry does not provide rent or utility assistance.
The Food Pantry has 200+ volunteers and is always seeking more vibrant volunteers willing to serve. For more information on becoming a client or donating time, food, or a monatary donation please feel free to call.
Glen Ellyn Historical Society 557 Geneva Rd, Glen Ellyn, IL60137 Glen Ellyn has an exceptionally active historical society, composed mostly of volunteers dedicated to documenting the…More village's history and showing it off to residents and visitors. An essential piece of the Glen Ellyn Historical Society is Stacy's Tavern Museum, a picturesque, Greek Revival-style building located near the Five Corners intersection. The historic building used to be Stacy's Tavern, where 50 cents could buy a traveler a night's stay, supper, breakfast and food for two horses. Historic wooden furniture inside the museum helps visitors to Stacy's Tavern Museum get a feel for what the inn and eatery once felt like. Another component of the Glen Ellyn Historical Society is its records and archives, called the Glen Ellyn History Center, which is located in a neighboring building at 800 North Main and is open to the public from 1pm to 4pm on Wednesdays. Volunteer and researcher Judy Johnson walks through the collection on a recent day, explaining that the society keeps records of nearly every historic Glen Ellyn home, preserves donated vintage furniture and keeps telephone books dating back to 1924. The Glen Ellyn History Center also has a gathering space for performances or group meetings.