Logan County, Illinois Basics:

Logan County Illinois - Government Site

Population: 30,027
Area: 618 square miles
County seat: Lincoln
Area code(s) in use: 217
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 84.9%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 17.3%
Median household income: $46,647
Persons in poverty: 13.2%
Home ownership rate: 70.2%
Mean travel time to work: 20.3 minutes

Adjacent counties:
De Witt  Macon  Mason  McLean  Menard  Sangamon  Tazewell  

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Map of the Logan County area

Our detail map of Logan County shows the Logan County, Illinois boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Logan County, Illinois

  Airports     show all on map

Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Heliport, Bock Farms Airport, Feist Landing Strip, Hoblit Farms Airport, Leigh Farm Airport, Logan County Airport, Martin Airport, Mason Airport, Minder Airport, Sugar Creek Farm Airport

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Morgan Bridge, Rocky Ford Bridge

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Atlanta Fire Protection District, Beason Volunteer Fire Department, Chestnut Volunteer Fire Department Station 2, Cornland Volunteer Fire Department Station 3, Deaconess Memorial Rest Home, Elkhart Rural Fire Protection District, Emden Fire Protection District, Eminence Townhall, Hartsburg Fire and Rescue, Lake Fork Townhall, Latham Fire Protection District, Lincoln City Hall, Lincoln Correctional Center, Lincoln Developmental Center, Lincoln Fire Department, Lincoln Public Library, Lincoln Rural Fire Protection District Station 1 Headquarters, Lincoln Rural Fire Protection District Station 2 Bravo Fire Department, Logan Correctional Center, Logan County Courthouse, Logan County Jail, Logan County Paramedic Association, Middletown Fire Protection District, Mount Pulaski Courthouse, Mount Pulaski Fire Protection District, New Holland Fire Protection District, Odd Fellows Orphans Home of Illinois, Olin-Sang Hall

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Prairie Creek Ditch

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Atlanta Cemetery, Baker Cemetery, Barnes Cemetery, Beason Cemetery, Bell Cemetery, Berryhill Cemetery, Bethel Union Cemetery, Blue Grass Cemetery, Bowers-Templeman Cemetery, Bowles Cemetery, Braucher Cemetery, Carlock Cemetery, Carlyle Cemetery, County House Cemetery, Development Center Cemetery, Donnan Cemetery, Downing Cemetery, Elkhart Cemetery, Evans Cemetery, Evans Cemetery, Foster Cemetery, Goldsmith Cemetery, Greenhill Cemetery, Harmony Cemetery, Hartsburg Union Cemetery, Hendrickson Cemetery, Holy Cross Cemetery, Howser Cemetery, John L Gardner Cemetery, Jolly Cemetery, Kline Cemetery, Laenna Cemetery, Lake Bank Cemetery, Latham Thompson Cemetery, Lawndale Union Cemetery, Lawrence Cemetery, Lucas Chapel Cemetery, Memorial Park Cemetery, Metcalk Cemetery, Miller Cemetery, Morgan Cemetery, Mount Joy Cemetery, Mount Pulaski Cemetery, Musick Cemetery, Nitlick Cemetery, Old Union Cemetery, Perry Cemetery, Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Pool Hill Cemetery, Reed Cemetery, Reese Cemetery, Richmond Grove Cemetery, Rimerman Cemetery, Roach Cemetery, Saint Mary's Cemetery, Skelton Cemetery, Steenberger Cemetery, Stephen's Cemetery, Thomas Cemetery, Thompson Cemetery, Turley Cemetery, Two Mile Grove Cemetery, Union Cemetery, Union Station Cemetery, Union-Station Cemetery, Walnut Hill Cemetery, Warrick Cemetery, Wright Cemetery, Zion Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Beason Census Designated Place, Chestnut Census Designated Place, Cornland Census Designated Place

  Churches     show all on map

Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Atlanta United Methodist Church, Bethel Church, Church of Christ, Church of God, Copeland Church, Elkhart Christian Church, Elkhart Methodist Church, Eminence Christian Church, Faith Assembly of God Church, First Baptist Church, First Christian Church, First Church of Christ Scientist (historical), First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, First United Presbyterian Church, Free Methodist Church, Harmony Church, Holy Family Church, Holy Ressurection Church, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lake Fork Christian Church, Latham Baptist Church, Lincoln Christian Church, New Holland United Methodist Church, Saint John Chapel, Saint Johns Lutheran Church, Saint Johns United Church of Christ, Saint Marys Roman Catholic Church, Saint Patricks Church, Saint Thomas Aquinas Church, Second Baptist Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, Vail Memorial Chapel, Zion Lutheran Church, Zion Lutheran Church, Zion Lutheran Church

  Crossings     show all on map

Interchange 10, Interchange 115, Interchange 119, Interchange 123, Interchange 126, Interchange 127, Interchange 138, Interchange 140

  Dams     show all on map

Hickory Lake Dam

  Hospitals     show all on map

Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Drake Hospital, Lincoln Development Center Annex, Saint Claras Hospital

  Lakes     show all on map

Lincoln Lakes

  Locales     show all on map

Camp Griesheim, Elks Country Club, Heritage Plaza Shopping Center, Johnson Siding, Kruger Siding, Logan County Farm (historical), Tomlinson Siding, Woodlawn Savings Center Shopping Center

  Mines     show all on map

Allsopp Sand and Gravel Pit

  Oilfields     show all on map

Lincoln Gas Storage Area

  Parks     show all on map

Chestnut-Beason Park, Kickapoo Creek County Park, Latham Park, Logan County Fairgrounds, Logan Courthouse Square Historic District, Melrose Park, Memorial Park, Postville Park, Railsplitter State Park, Scully Park

  Populated Places     show all on map

Atlanta, Bakerville, Beason, Bell, Broadwell, Burton View, Chestervale, Chestnut, Cornland, Elkhart, Emden, Evans, Fogarty, Harness, Hartsburg, Lake Fork, Latham, Lawndale, Lincoln, Lucas, Middletown, Mount Fulcher, Mount Pulaski, Mountjoy, Narita, New Holland, San Jose, Skelton, Union

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Beason Post Office, Chestnut Post Office, Cornland Post Office, Emden Post Office, Hartsburg Post Office, Lake Fork Post Office, Lawndale Post Office, Lincoln Post Office

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Allison Lake, Hickory Lake, Laenna Lake, Pine Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Abe Lincoln School, Adams Elementary School, Altic School (historical), American Hill School (historical), Atlanta Elementary School, Bethel School (historical), Birks School (historical), Bloomingdale School (historical), Briggs School (historical), Buchanan School (historical), Buckeye School (historical), Buckles School (historical), Central Elementary School, Chester-East Lincoln Elementary School, Corwin School (historical), Cream Ridge School (historical), Doolittle School (historical), Duff School (historical), Elder Grove School (historical), Elkhart Elementary School, Emden Elementary School, Fair School (historical), Fairfield School (historical), Fairview School (historical), French's Chapel School (historical), Glenwild School (historical), Glenwood School (historical), Hartsburg-Emden Junior-Senior High School, Hatton School (historical), Heartland Community College, Honeyhook School (historical), Hopedale School (historical), Hunting School (historical), Immanuel Lutheran School (historical), Industry School (historical), Jefferson Elementary School, Lakeside School (historical), Laughery School (historical), Layman School (historical), Lincoln Christian College, Lincoln College, Lincoln Community High School, Lincoln Junior High School, Lone Tree School (historical), Lynn Grove School (historical), Mill Grove School (historical), Mount Pleasant School (historical), Mount Pulaski Elementary School, Mount Pulaski High School, Mount Zion School (historical), Musick School (historical), Musick School (historical), Neibuhr School (historical), New Holland High School, New Holland-Middletown Middle School, North Side School (historical), Northwest Elementary School, Pegram School (historical), Plainview School (historical), Pleasant Grove School (historical), Pleasant Hill School (historical), Primm School (historical), Rankin School (historical), Read School (historical), Rose Hill School (historical), Rothchild School (historical), Saint Patricks Parochial School, Sigg School (historical), Spring Bank School (historical), Straight Row School (historical), Sugar Grove School (historical), Sunnyside School (historical), Superior School (historical), Victory School (historical), Washington-Monroe Elementary School, West Lincoln-Broadwell Elementary School, West Point School (historical), Zoar School (historical), Zollars School (historical)

  Springs     show all on map

Gold Spring

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Clear Creek, Deer Creek, Hunter Slough, Kickapoo Creek, Lake Fork, North Fork Lake Fork, Prairie Creek, South Fork Lake Fork, West Fork Sugar Creek

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Elkhart Hill, Lockenauer Hill, Polecat Hill, Pool Hill, Walnut Hill

  Towers     show all on map

WESZ-FM (Lincoln), WLNX-FM (Lincoln), WPRC-AM (Lincoln),

Logan County, Illinois Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteLogan County White population 26,93426,934  
BlackLogan County Black population 2,3722,372
MixedLogan County Mixed population 390390
AsianLogan County Asian population 210210
American IndianLogan County American Indian population 120120
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderLogan County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
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