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About Morton Grove

Morton Grove is small village located in Cook County, Illinois. Although the community is very small, stretching just over 5 square miles, it also offers easy access to Chicago, less than a 30-minute drive away. Morton Grove is home to a mix of families and young professionals, including many locals who are seeking a quiet place to call home while still being able to enjoy the nearby big-city amenities.

Living in Morton Grove

While Morton Grove is small and fairly quiet, it's a beloved home for many locals because of its cozy, quaint feel. You'll enjoy events like weekly farmers markets and Morton Grove Days, a Fourth of July festival with carnival rides and beer tastings. Most of the village is residential with a small, commercial-zoned area. About 20 percent of the village is forest-land dedicated to recreation, so there's also ample opportunity to get outside and enjoy the fresh air.

The quaint atmosphere is relaxing and perfect for raising a family, but it's also not far from Chicago. It's just 13 miles north of the Loop, so commuting into the city for work is convenient. It's also just 15 minutes from Lake Michigan, where you can boat, fish and relax on the beach in the summer.

Jobs in Morton Grove

Although Morton Grove is largely a commuter suburb, there's still a range of jobs to consider within village limits. Manufacturing company John Crane provides several hundred jobs in the community and is among the village's largest employers. It's followed closely by water technology provider Xylem, Schwartz Supply Source, Shore Community Services and Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals.

If you can't find something that's a good professional fit in Morton Grove, you can take comfort in the fact that Chicago is just a short commute away. There, you have access to a wide variety of jobs and industries, providing opportunities no matter what your background may be.

Morton Grove Schools

Morton Grove receives public school services from Districts 70, 67, 63 and 69, which includes several schools in the area. The school system in Morton Grove is highly rated and draws many families from neighboring communities.

Resources for Moving to Morton Grove

Here's a quick guide to help you get settled in Morton Grove:

  • Utilities: The village utilities department oversees both water and natural gas services. Homefield Energy and Ameren Illinois are the primary energy providers in the community.
  • Garbage and Recycling: You'll receive two disposal cans for trash and recyclables, both of which will be collected on a regular basis.
  • Transportation: Morton Grove is part of the larger Pace Bus transit network. Pace Bus also offers connections to the Metra rail line and easy access to Chicago and other neighboring cities.

Morton Grove Housing

Excellent schools, quiet suburban neighborhoods with leafy yards and a community spirit make the village of Morton Grove an extremely desirable place to live. For that reason, many professionals and families alike seek homes in Morton Grove. This demand has pushed up the price of homes in the area, but the median home price is still below national averages.