Gurnee's history dates back to the 1830s when settlers from Warren, New York arrived in the area. Initially known as Gurnee Station, the community was named after the train station in the village and Walter S. Gurnee, who served as Mayor of Chicago in the early 1850s.
Housing stock in Gurnee includes ranch homes, Colonials, townhomes, duplexes and more. The 2012 average sales price for a single-family home in Gurnee was $227,967 and $96,067 for a condominium. (source: Midwest Real Estate Data, LLC).
Students in Gurnee attend schools within Gurnee School District #56 and Woodland Grade School District #50, which also serves several nearby communities. With the Tri-State Tollway running through the community, residents can easily access downtown Chicago. Gurnee also offers Pace bus service throughout the area.
In addition to Six Flags Great America, Gurnee boasts one of the largest shopping malls in Illinois, Gurnee Mills. The indoor mall features a number of retailers and is one of the village's biggest attractions. Each summer, the community also hosts its annual festival Gurnee Days, which features a wide range of activities and events including a farmers market, golf tournament, fireworks, parade, and talent show.
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Woodland Ccsd 50
Warren Twp Hsd 121
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