Elmwood Park Car Insurance

United Auto Insurance has been serving the residents of Illinois for over 50 years. If you live in Elmwood Park or the surrounding areas of River Grove, Melrose Park, Franklin Park or Norridge, we can help you find the coverage you're looking for. We specialize in providing great value, affordable auto, SR22 and home/renter's insurance, tailored to you. We'll listen to your needs, find out about you and your vehicle or home, and offer you coverage that is within your budget and is designed to bring you peace of mind.

Whether you're a new driver, new homeowner, renter, previously uninsured, or trying to resolve issues with another provider, do not hesitate to call us and speak with our representatives, who will be happy to assist and answer any questions you may have.

Contact us today and we'll quickly be able to provide you with a quote or any information on our services. We look forward to hearing from you!


Elmwood Park at a Glance

Elmwood Park is around 13 miles from downtown Chicago, and has a sister city, Frosinone, in Lazio, Italy. Football fans may be interested to know that Green Bay Packers linebacker Ray Nitschke was born in Elmwood Park.

County: Cook
Incorporated: 1914
Population: 24,954 as of July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)

Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency you may contact the Elmwood Park Police Department on 708-453-2137, or you can reach the Elmwood Park Fire Department in a non-emergency on 708-453-2600.

Elmwood Park Village Hall:
11 Conti Parkway
Elmwood Park, IL 60707
Official Website

Automotive / Transportation in Elmwood Park

Visitors and the residents of Elmwood Park can take the Metra from Elmwood Park Station to downtown Chicago and many other locations along the route of the Milwaukee District / West Line, which has a final stop at Chicago's Union Station.

Bus services in and around Elmwood Park are also offered by both Pace and the Chicago Transit Authority.

Residents & Homeowners in Elmwood Park

The population of Elmwood Park was estimated at 24,954 in July 2014 by the United States Census Bureau, which also recorded the owner-occupied housing unit rate for 2010-2014 at 67.5%, with an average of 2.64 persons per household for the same time period.