Auto Insurance Evergreen Park

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Evergreen Park at a Glance

The Village of Evergreen Park is just about 4 square miles in size, but the area is quite historic; the first settlers to live in this area arrived around 1828.

County: Cook
Motto: "Your Future is Here"
Incorporated: 1893
Population: 19,935, estimated in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)

Non-Emergency Police or Fire: The Evergreen Park Police Department can be contacted in a non-emergency on 708-422-2142. You can contact the Evergreen Park Fire Department in a non-emergency on 708-422-2148.

Evergreen Park Village Hall:
9418 S Kedzie Ave
Evergreen Park, IL 60805
Official Website

Automotive / Transportation in Evergreen Park

Evergreen Park is just a 30-minute drive from downtown Chicago, and residents can reach O'Hare International Airport in under an hour.

Senior Citizens of Evergreen Park can benefit from pre-scheduled minibus transportation. Appointments can be scheduled for any time between 9:15 am and 11:50 am, and 12:50 pm and 3:30 pm, Tuesday through Friday. Call 708-422-8776 to make your appointment.

Residents & Homeowners in Evergreen Park

The United States Census Bureau estimated the population of Evergreen Park village, Illinois, to be at 19,935 in July 2014. It also recorded an owner-occupied housing unit rate of 82.2% for the years 2010-2014, significantly higher than the statistic for Illinois as a whole, which was estimated at 66.9%.