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Romeoville at a Glance
Romeoville, Illinois, is south-west of Chicago and was once referred to as the 'Stone City', as it was known for its stone quarries. Romeoville is a suburban area and is home to a National Weather Service forecast office.
Motto: 'Where Community Matters!'
Population: Estimated at 39,679 in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: You can contact the Romeoville Police Department in a non-emergency on 815-886-7219. You can also contact the Romeoville Fire Department in a non-emergency on 815-886-7227.
Romeoville Village Hall:
1050 W Romeo Rd
Romeoville, IL 60446
Automotive / Transportation in Romeoville
The mean travel time to work for residents of Romeoville is 33.9 minutes, very similar to the mean for Illinois, at 28.2 minutes. You can reach O'Hare International Airport from Romeoville in under an hour by car.
Residents & Homeowners in Romeoville
The village of Romeoville was estimated at having a population of 39,679 in July 2014, by the United States Census Bureau. The U.S. Census Bureau also estimated the owner-occupied housing unit rate for 2010-2014 at 85.2%, considerably higher than the statistic for Illinois as a whole, which was estimated at 66.9% during the same time period.