The Village of Orangeville offers many opportunities, services and amenities that are available in much larger communities — while preserving our small-town character and friendliness. Visitors and residents alike love this mix of small-town charm and variety of things do!
Located only two miles south of Wisconsin border and along Illinois Highway 26, the Village of Orangeville is one of Northwest Illinois' most beautiful communities. The village offers many recreational activities and attractions including the Jane Addams Trail, which has gorgeous bike and hiking trails — as well as opportunities for snowmobiling and cross country skiing! If you visit during spring or summer, be sure to check out the Butterfly Farm located south on the Jane Addams Trail — it's simply delightful.
The Village of Orangeville also contains several parks, wetlands, a golf course and many local businesses — including our downtown restaurants and nightlife.
Orangeville, IL, is a true piece of American history. Several buildings in our historic downtown and throughout the village are listed on the National Historic Register, and are truly a sight to see!
Many active community groups, churches and other organizations contribute greatly to the sense of friendliness and positivity you'll find here. Our community offers many year-round events and activities to participate in — including festivals, a dinner & desert theatre, a farmer's market, our Annual Firemen's Festival and a Summer Concert Series to name a few.
Thinking about setting down some roots in Orangeville, IL? Our Community Unit School District (#203) provides excellent education and extracurricular opportunities!
The Village of Orangeville is also committed to business development, and can effectively utilize Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to encourage and foster development. Prime commercial lots are available and are located within a TIF district. Interested in locating your business in Orangeville? Contact the Village of Orangeville today!