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Overview of Blue Island

Situated in the southwest Chicago suburbs in Cook County, the city of Blue Island blends the perfect combination of city amenities and a quiet suburban lifestyle. Blue Island is near plenty of dining, recreation and entertainment, as well as the award-winning Eisenhower High School District 218. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, about 24,000 people call Blue Island home. People looking for Blue Island apartments for rent will love this family-friendly community in the Land of Lincoln.

Living in Blue Island, IL

Blue Island was settled in 1835, making it one of the oldest communities in Cook County, and was deemed to be "among the prettiest little suburban towns in the West" by a nineteenth century Chicago historian. During the early twentieth century, the town was dominated by the railroad and manufacturing industry.

Today, many people commute downtown via the Metra rail line for employment. Some of the region's top job providers include the U.S. Government, Advocate Health Care, SBC Ameritech, United Airlines and Abbot Laboratories.

Students living in Blue Island rentals can attend Moraine Valley Community College, or a nearby post-secondary institute in downtown Chicago, including Columbia College, DePaul University, University of Illinois at Chicago and Loyola University.

Blue Island Attractions and Special Events

The Calumet-Sag Trail is a multi-use path built along the Calumet-Sag Channel and Calumet River, and offers residents options for outdoor recreation. Spanning 26 miles from Lemont to Burnham, this trail connects more than 185,000 people in 14 communities to one another and to regional trails, transit systems, retail areas, parks, forests, nature centers and marinas.

Residents looking for culture, entertainment or other forms of recreation can travel to Chicago. Throughout the summer months, there are plenty of events and festivals for people of the area to enjoy.

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