Melrose Park Auto Insurance

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Melrose Park Illinois Auto Insurance Quote

If you live in Melrose Park IL, or the neighboring towns of River Forest IL, Maywood IL, Northlake IL or Franklin Park IL, we would be delighted to hear from you. Don't hesitate to call one of our knowledgeable representatives today for a free car insurance quote.


Melrose Park at a Glance

Melrose Park is less than an hour's drive west of Chicago. Sports fans may be interested to know that Melrose Park has been home to many notable sports heroes. Mike Woodard, former professional baseball player for the Chicago White Sox and San Francisco Giants, was born in Melrose Park, as was Michael Finlay, retired professional basketball player.

County: Cook
Population: 25,379, estimated in July 2015 (U.S. Census Bureau)

Non-Emergency Police or Fire: The Melrose Park Village Police Department can be contacted in a non-emergency on 708-344-8409. The Melrose Park Fire Department can be contacted on 708-344-1315 in a non-emergency.

Melrose Park Village Hall:
1000 N 25th Ave
Melrose Park, IL 60160

Automotive / Transportation in Melrose Park

Melrose Park is a 13.7-mile drive west of Chicago. Residents of Melrose Park can also reach the city in under an hour with public transportation via the Pace bus service and CTA Blue Line.

Residents & Homeowners in Melrose Park

The population of Melrose Park was recorded at 25,511 in July 2014 by the United States Census Bureau. It also recorded the owner-occupied housing unit rate at 50.6% between 2010-2014, and persons per household at an average of 3.37 during this time.