Morton Grove

Morton Grove sounds like a place where you would find plenty of wide-open spaces. It does not disappoint, with 20 percent of the village’s land set aside for open space and recreation.

The residents of Morton Grove enjoy abundant award-winning public parks and recreation, including a popular historic bike trail, the Cook County Forest Preserve and open space along the North Branch of the Chicago River.

Tree-lined streets, a tight-knit community, neighborhood shops and local eateries add to the village’s charm. Morton Grove offers a variety of housing choices -- from ranch homes to Chicago-style bungalows.

Students are served by several excellent school districts. High schoolers attend Niles West High School or Niles North High School located in neighboring Skokie; or Main East High School in Park Ridge.

Founded in 1895, the Village named after former U.S. Vice President Levi Parsons Morton has a vibrant business community.

Community pride is evident when the community comes together each summer to celebrate Morton Grove Days, a popular festival with carnival rides, live entertainment and a Fourth of July parade.

Along with the wide-open spaces, Morton Grove shines when it comes to convenience. The village offers direct access to downtown Chicago with its own Metra station and easy access to the Edens Expressway.

Nearby Public Transportation

Milwaukee District North

at Morton Grove Metra, Golf Metra

School Districts

Morton Grove Sd 70

Niles Twp Chsd 219

Skokie Sd 69

Golf Esd 67

East Maine Sd 63

Maine Township Hsd 207

Data supplied by the National Center for Education Statistics

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