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Waukegan at a Glance
The name Waukegan comes from the Potawatomi word 'wakaigin,' which means 'little fort.' Waukegan was home to comedian Jack Benny and is the birthplace of author Ray Bradbury. Those who enjoy global travel may be interested to know that Kiyotake, in Miyazaki, Japan, is Waukegan's sister city.
Motto: "An Illinois Arts-Friendly Community"
Incorporated: Waukegan was incorporated as a town in 1849 and as a city in 1859
Population: 88,915 recorded in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency, you can contact the Waukegan police on 847-360-9000, and the fire department on 847-249-5410.
Secretary of State Facility:
617 S Green Bay Rd
Waukegan, IL 60085
Waukegan City Hall:
100 N Martin Luther King Jr Ave,
Waukegan, IL 60085
Automotive / Transportation in Waukegan
Residents of Waukegan can access downtown Chicago via the Metra's Union Pacific / North Line, which takes passengers to Ogilvie Transportation Center.
Waukegan is also within a reasonable distance of Chicago O'Hare, which is approximately a 45-minute drive away, and General Mitchell International Airport, which is about an hour away.