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About El Paso, Illinois

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El Paso is a great place to live and work. The city boasts many amenities of a much larger town, but still has a small-town feel. El Paso sits at a crossroads of Illinois Routes 251 and 24 with Interstate 39 at the edge of town. The location enables quick access to and from the Bloomington-Normal and Peoria metropolitan areas.

The city has eight churches of various denominations, a great school system, and a wonderful city parks system that includes: four city parks, a walking trail, fishing pond, athletic fields, 9-hole disc golf course, tennis courts, public pool, and much more.

The annual Corn Festival, the weekend after Labor Day, highlights the agricultural background of the community, its businesses, and most all the great citizens that make up this friendly city.

Population: 2,778 (2016)

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El Paso Highlights

Considering El Paso? These are some of the most important & exciting things going on in town—

Location

Location

Great transportation access for the many established businesses and a great potential for new business development.

Excellent Schools

Excellent Schools

Home to an elementary school, middle school, high school, and K- 8th grade private Christian school.

Places of Worship

Places of Worship

Home to an elementary school, middle school, high school, and K- 8th grade private Christian school.

Great Parks

Great Parks

Home to four city parks, a diverse year- round recreation program, a three mile all-season walking trail, fishing pond, athletic fields, public pool, and much more.

Historic Library

Historic Library

El Paso is home to a Carnegie Library, funded by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in the early 1900s.

Perfect for Families

Perfect for Families

El Paso boasts activities to enrich children and families, all in a small-town setting.

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