Although the elm from the name is native, the banks of the river have been developed locally from a variety of native plants such as elms, elks, pines, oaks and other native species. In 1854, Elmwood Park was incorporated as a village to prevent the annexation by the city of Chicago. Under pressure from the community, the founding members of the community thought they could legally call the community "Elmwood" to stop it. In 1855, a new cemetery was renamed Elm Wood to take advantage of the park's origins and identify with the official name of Elmwood Park.
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According to the 2010 census, Elmwood Park has a population of about 3,000 people with an average household income of $35,500. There are 10,150 housing units in the city, with a median household income of about $60,800. A map of the surrounding city and the city of Elm Wood Park shows the number of units per square mile and the percentage of homes with more than one unit.
The population is distributed over the village, 33.8% of whom are not from the family, while 16.6% are 65 years or older. 29.5% have children under 18 years of age, 49% live with them. 6% of them are married couples living together, 29% had children of their own, 12.4% had a housekeeper with a husband and 33% were in a non-dwelling. The villages are white, black, brown, white and white, but also African-Americans, Hispanics and Asians.
At the 2000 U.S. Census, 6,525 families lived in the village, and the median income per family was $58,358. The poverty line is below the poverty line, including $15,000 for a family of four, $16,500 for an individual, and $18,300 for the entire family. In 2000, the median income per household in each village was about $47,315, with a median income of $35,826 and an average household size of 4.5 children.
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