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We have coverage designed for a range of customers. We cater to those long time drivers looking for a new provider, as well as those who are new to insurance. If you need assistance in resolving an issue with a previous provider, we can offer guidance and help you reach a solution.
If you live in Skokie, or the nearby neighborhoods of Evanston, Wilmette, Glenview or Niles, contact our representatives today and within minutes we'll provide you with a quote that fits your needs. We're known for our excellent customer service, informative and efficient representatives, and economical insurance policies. We look forward to hearing from you!
Skokie at a Glance
Skokie, located just a 40 minute drive from Chicago, has often been referred to as 'The World's Largest Village'. Skokie has been home to numerous famous people, including Bart Conner, Olympic gymnast, and Rob Ambrose, who is the head coach of Towson University's football team, the Towson Tigers.
Population: 65,112 in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency, you can call the Skokie Police Department on 847-982-5900. You can reach the Skokie Fire Department Headquarters in a non-emergency on 847-982-5320 between the hours of 9am and 5pm, and call 847-982-5300 after 5pm.
Skokie Village Hall:
5127 Oakton St
Skokie, IL 60077
Automotive / Transportation in Skokie
The United States Census Bureau report a mean travel time of 29.9 minutes for those commuting to work in Skokie, which is very similar to the average time for Illinois, which stands at 28.2 minutes.
Those who enjoy travel may be interested to know that the drive to O'Hare International Airport is less than 30 minutes from Skokie.
Residents & Homeowners in Skokie
The United States Census Bureau noted the Skokie population at 65,112 in July 2014. The U.S. Census Bureau also recorded Skokie's owner-occupied housing unit rate at 72.9%, for 2010-2014, comparable to 66.9% for the state of Illinois as whole.