If you live in Lansing, or the surrounding areas of Munster, Hammond, Calumet City, South Holland, East Hazel Crest, Glenwood or Lynwood, United Auto Insurance is your local insurance provider, serving families like yours across Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.
With over 50 years experience in the insurance industry, you can trust our team to provide the very best auto, SR-22, home and renters insurance packages around, to fit your budget.
Whether you're a new driver or have years of experience driving in Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana, in all weathers and in busy traffic, we are here to provide you with the coverage you need, to bring you peace of mind. As a local Chicago company we understand the traffic you face daily and know the roads you drive every day.
Contact our friendly team today to find out more about the insurance policies we have to offer, for your home and vehicle in Lansing.
Lansing at a Glance
Residents of Lansing can look forward to unusual special events unique to the area, for example the Good Neighbor Day Parade, held in May, and the 'LOOP', Lansing Overnight On Pedals event, an evening tour of Lansing by bicycle. Residents can also enjoy everything the Lan-Oak Park District has to offer.
Motto: "A community of pride, progress, and possibilities"
Non-Emergency Fire: Residents of Lansing can contact the Village of Lansing Police Department in a non-emergency on 708-895-7150.
Village of Lansing:
3141 Ridge Rd
Lansing, IL 60438
Automotive / Transportation in Lansing
The village of Lansing is just a 26 mile drive south of Chicago via I-94, close enough for residents to visit the big city regularly. Lansing is also fairly close to both airports, a 45.4 mile drive from O' Hare International Airport via I-294 N and around a 24 mile drive from Chicago Midway International Airport via I-294 N and S. Cicero Ave.
Residents & Homeowners in Lansing
According to the United States Census Bureau estimates of July 2015, Lansing has a total population of 28,349. It also recorded a total of 10,951 households for the period 2011-2015 with an average of 2.59 persons per household. The owner-occupied housing unit rate in Lansing for 2011-2015 is recorded at being higher than the national average according to the U.S. Census Bureau, at 71.3%, compared to 63.9% for the entirety of the United States.