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Orangeville, IL

Nestled along the banks of Richland Creek, Orangeville is an excellent place to raise a family, open a business or visit for the day. Located just two miles south of the Wisconsin border, the town hosts many local attractions including the Jane Addams Trail, Brush Creek Golf Course, Summer Concert Series, Butterfly Sanctuary and more. 

Population: 793 (2010 Census)

President: Mike Siedschlag, 815-789-4416

School: Orangeville Community Unit School District #203

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View: ESRI Summary Report

Orangeville Community Data



Water: Village of Orangeville

Sewer: Village of Orangeville

Electric: ComEd

Gas: Nicor

Telecommunications: Mediacom, Frontier, T6 Broadband, Sand Prairie Wireless, Aero Inc.

Sanitation/Recycling: Gills Freeport Disposal



Founded in 1851 and settled primarily by people of German descent who were moving west from New York and Pennsylvania. Orangeville is now home to about 780 people, with 1,500 residing in the 61060 zip code.
Harry Hartzell, editor of the Orangeville Alert from 1900-1938, called Orangeville “The Best Little Town on Earth,” and the slogan stuck.



  • Richland Creek Trailhead and Shelter
  • Jane Addams Trail
  • John Park Park
  • Mighty Richland Theater





  • Bowen Oil
  • The Other Place Bar & Grill
  • Orangeville Animal Health Services
  • Brush Creek Golf Course
  • Uniquely Yours Quilt Shop
  • High Noon Saloon

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