Perry County, Illinois Basics:

Perry County Illinois - Government Site

Population: 22,078
Area: 442 square miles
County seat: Pinckneyville
Area code(s) in use: 618
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 84.2%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 14.6%
Median household income: $42,013
Persons in poverty: 17.1%
Home ownership rate: 78.6%
Mean travel time to work: 26.9 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Franklin  Jackson  Jefferson  Randolph  Washington  

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Map of the Perry County area

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

Places in Perry County, Illinois

  Airports     show all on map

Fulk Heliport, Hemmer RLA Airport, Hepp Airport, Lambert Airport, Marshall Browning Hospital Heliport, Panther Field Airport, Pinckneyville-Du Quoin Airport, Schumaier RLA Airport

  Buildings     show all on map

Cutler Community Fire Protection District, Duquoin Fire Department Station 1, Duquoin Fire Department Station 2, Perry County Courthouse, Perry County Jail, Pinckneyville Ambulance Service, Pinckneyville Ambulance Service Duquoin, Pinckneyville Ambulance Service Willisville, Pinckneyville Correctional Center, Pinckneyville Fire Department, Pinckneyville Public Library, Pinckneyville Rural Fire Protection District, Tamaroa Community Fire Protection District, Union Community Center, Willisville Volunteer Fire Department

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Antioch Cemetery, Bethel Cemetery, Blanchard Cemetery, Bradley Cemetery, Campbell Hill Cemetery, Catholic Cemetery, Chapel Hill Cemetery, Chapman Cemetery, Collins Cemetery, Concord Cemetery, Cottom Cemetery, Cotton Cemetery, County Farm Cemetery, Cudgetown Cemetery, Curlee Cemetery, Davis Cemetery, Denmark Cemetery, Dry Cemetery, DuQuoin Cemetery, Friendship Cemetery, Galum Baptist Cemetery, Galum Cemetery, Galum Presbyerian Cemetery, Grasshopper Cemetery, Greenbrier Cemetery, Haggard Cemetery, Holts Prairie Cemetery, Hopewell Church Cemetery, House Cemetery, Huggin Cemetery, Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Immanuel Cemetery, Independent Order of Oddfellows Cemetery, Jenkins Cemetery (historical), Jones Cemetery, Kanzlier Cemetery, Lacy Cemetery, Lee Cemetery, Little Vine Cemetery, Luther Lyle Cemetery, McElvain Cemetery, Miller Hill Cemetery, Mueller Hill Cemetery, Mulkey Grove Cemetery, Ninemile Baptist Cemetery, Oak Grove Cemetery, Old Du Quoin Cemetery, Paradise Praire Cemetery, Perry Cemetery, Pick Cemetery, Pickneyville Cemetery, Primitive Baptist Cemetery, Ross Cemetery, Round Prairie Cemetery, Sacred Heart Cemetery, Saint Barbara Cemetery, Saint Bruno Cemetery, Saint Johns Cemetery, Saint Joseph Cemetery, Spring Hill Cemetery, Sunset Memorial Park, Sutter Cemetery, Tamaroa Cemetery, Tangen Cemetery, Todd Mills Cemetery, Tow Cemetery, Vancil Cemetery, Weitzel Cemetery (historical), Williams Cemetery, Youngblood Cemetery

  Channels     show all on map

Wesseln Cut

  Churches     show all on map

Beaucoup Church, Bethany Church (historical), Bethel Church, Bethel Lutheran Church, Church of Christ, Cross Church, Denmark Baptist Church, Du Quoin Second Baptist Church, Faith Assembly of God Church, First Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Christian Church, First Christian Church, First Methodist Episcopal Church, First Pentecostal Church, First Presbyterian Church, First Presbyterian Church (historical), First United Methodist Church, Friendship Church, Galum Church, Galum Church, Gospel Assembly Church, Holts Prairie Church, Immanuel Church, Nine Mile Baptist Church, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Old Baptist Church (historical), Paradise Church, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Saint Brunos Church, Saint Johns United Church of Christ, Saint Pauls United Church of Christ, Smith Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunfield Baptist Church, Sutter Church (historical), Trinity Church, Youngs Chapel (historical), Zion Lutheran Church

  Dams     show all on map

Elks Reservoir Dam, Foertch Pond Dam, Headquarters Lake Dam, Lake Duquoin Dam, New Cherry Lake Dam, Pinckneyville Reservoir Dam, Yearhing Lake Dam

  Flats     show all on map

Grande Cote Prairie, Lost Prairie, Sixmile Prairie

  Hospitals     show all on map

Marshall Browning Hospital, Pinckneyville Community Hospital

  Lakes     show all on map

Ash Lake, Beehive Lake, Big Beaver Lake, Blackberry Lake, Boulder Lake, Breeze Lake (historical), Cedar Lake, Chain Lakes, Cherry Lake, Clear Lake, Cottonwood Lake, Crescent Lake, Crystal Lake, East C Streamline Lake, Elm Lake, Heron Lake, Hidden Lake, Hook Lake, Lake Sallateska, Little Beaver Lake, Little Pond, Lost Lake, Marsh Lake, Oak Lake, Pine Lake, Plum Lake, Reed Lake, Ridge Lake, Serene Lake, Spring Lake, Stump Pond, Willow Lake

  Locales     show all on map

Du Quoin State Fairground, Galum Station (historical), Goddard Siding, Perry Ridge Landfill

  Mines     show all on map

Big Ben Mine, Gayle Mine, Jewel Mine Number 2, Number 2 Mine, Panther Mine, Paradise Mine, Victory Coal Mine

  Oilfields     show all on map

Tamaroa Oil Field, Tamaroa South Oil Field

  Parks     show all on map

Keys Park, Pyramid State Park

  Populated Places     show all on map

Conant, Cutler, Denmark, Denny, Du Quoin, Holden, Jamestown, Layfield, Matthews, Old Du Quoin, Pinckneyville, Pyatts, Rice, Saint Johns, Sunfield, Swanwick, Tamaroa, Todds Mill, Willisville, Winkle

  Post Offices     show all on map

Du Quoin Post Office, Four Mile Prairie Post Office (historical), Pinckneyville Post Office, Swanwick Post Office

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Du Quoin Lake, Elks Reservoir, Foertch Pond, Headquarters Lake, Illinois Central Reservoir, Illinois Central Reservoir (historical), New Cherry Lake, Pinckneyville Reservoir, Security Club Lake, Yearhing Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Acheson School (historical), Arthur School (historical), Bauersach School (historical), Beard School (historical), Beaucoup School (historical), Benton Road School (historical), Bigham School (historical), Brick School (historical), Brick School (historical), Brush Prairie School (historical), Carr School (historical), Cross School (historical), Cudgetown School (historical), DeGraff School (historical), Denmark School (historical), Deviney School (historical), Du Quoin High School, Duncan School (historical), Eastland School (historical), Ebenezer School (historical), Eichholz School (historical), Elm School (historical), Franklin School (historical), Greenbrier School (historical), Hickory Grove School (historical), Hickory Knoll School (historical), Highbank School (historical), Hopewell School (historical), Ireland School (historical), J B Ward Elementary School, Jenkins School (historical), Kellerman School (historical), Kimzey School (historical), Lincoln School, Lost Prairie School, Lost Prairie School (historical), Lower Holts School (historical), Lutheran School (historical), Marlow School (historical), McKinley Elementary School, Montgomery School (historical), Myers School (historical), Nation School (historical), North School (historical), Osborne School (historical), Paradise Prairie School, Pinckneyville Elementary School, Pinckneyville High School, Pinckneyville Middle School, Pleasant Grove School (historical), Purdy School (historical), R A Wheatley Elementary School, Redbrush School (historical), Roots School (historical), Round Prairie School (historical), Sacred Heart School, Saint Bruno School, Saint Marys School (historical), School Number 204, School Number 211, School Number 212, Shakerag School (historical), Slawson School (historical), Tamaroa Elementary School, Tangen School (historical), Upper Arm School (historical), Van Brunt School (historical), Walker School (historical), West Lynn School (historical), West Side School (historical), White Walnut School (historical), Williams School (historical), Winthrop School (historical), Woodward School (historical), Wylie School (historical)

  Streams     show all on map

Blacksop Creek, Board Tree Branch, Bonnie Creek, Brush Branch, Brushy Fork, Chicken Creek, Collier Creek, Dry Creek, Eaton Creek, Goose Creek, Hog Creek, Little Beaucoup Creek, Little Beaucoup Creek, Little Galum Creek, Lost Branch, Moores Branch, Opossum Creek, Panther Creek, Pipestone Creek, Reese Creek, Rock Branch, Rock Fork, Russian Branch, Slade Branch, Swanwick Creek, White Walnut Creek, William Creek, Wolf Creek, Youngs Creek

  Towers     show all on map

WDQN-AM (Duquoin), WDQN-AM (Duquoin), WDQN-FM (Duquoin), WDQN-FM (Duquoin), WSIU-TV (Carbondale),

Perry County, Illinois Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhitePerry County White population 19,62719,627  
BlackPerry County Black population 1,9211,920
MixedPerry County Mixed population 331331
AsianPerry County Asian population 110110
American IndianPerry County American Indian population 8888
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderPerry County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
Illinois population by county