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  1. DuPage, Illinois, United States [County] includes Addison [Populated], Belmont, Bensenville [Populated], Berkeley [Populated], Bloomingdale [Populated], Burr Ridge [Populated], Carol Stream [Populated], Churchville, Clarendon Hills [Populated], Cloverdale, Downers Grove [Populated], Elmhurst [Populated], Eola, Flowerfield, Frontenac, Geneva Road, Glen Ellyn [Populated], Glen Oak, Glendale Heights [Populated], Gretna, Hanover Park [Populated], Highland Hills, Hinsdale [Populated], Ingalton, Itasca [Populated], Jewell Road, Keeneyville, Lace, Lakewood, Lisle [Populated], Lombard [Populated], Medinah, Munger, Naperville [Populated], North Glen Ellyn, Oak Brook [Populated], Oakbrook Terrace [Populated], Ontarioville, Palisades, Prince Crossing, Roselle [Populated], Schick, South Addison, Swift, Utopia, Valley View, Villa Park [Populated], Warrenhurst, Warrenville [Populated], Wayne [Populated], Wayne Center, West Chicago [Populated], West DuPage Park, Westmont [Populated], Wheaton [Populated], Willowbrook, Willowbrook, Winfield [Populated], Wood Dale [Populated], Woodridge, York Center [SourceGSP]
  2. DuPage, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 781,666 in 1990; housing units was 292,537 in 1990; location is 4151'N 885'W; land area is 334.44 square miles (214,044 acres); water area is 2.43 square miles (1,556 acres); FIPS code is 43 [SourceCBP]

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