Village of Morton, Illinois

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Village of Morton
Village Hall

120 North Main Street
Post Office Box 28
Morton, IL  61550-0028
7:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
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309-266-5508 (Fax)
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Doing Business In Morton, IL

Learn More About Doing Business in Morton, Illinois!

Morton, IL offers a wonderful place to start a business. As a growing economic community, Morton provides a wealth of opportunity for both new and existing business owners.

If you'd like to receive information about starting a business in Morton, IL, contact us today, or explore the links to your left for specific resources. Below we share some of the advantages of doing business in a thriving economic environment like Morton.

Why Start a Business in Morton, Illinois?

Morton is a progressive community that hosts a growing population of almost 17,000. Located at the intersection of I-74 and I-155 approximately halfway between the cities of Peoria and Bloomington, Morton is a small village that supports visiting and local consumers. Morton also offers easy access to Springfield, Peru, Pekin, and other key Central Illinois locations, including three regional airports. 

Amenities include excellent schools and parks, supported by an engaged business community and civic leadership. At the center of a metropolitan area with a population of nearly 350,000, Morton offers substantial opportunities for businesses seeking a solid community with excellent amenities and services.

Here at the Village of Morton, you can find demographic and related economic development data, access to listings of available commercial and industrial buildings and sites, business resources, and infrastructure information to assist in the site selection process.

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Resources for Doing Business in Morton, IL

Interested in doing business in Morton? The Village of Morton, in partnership with the Morton Economic Development Council, can provide information critical to community and site selection. 

Contact Brian M. Anderson, Executive Director and CEO of the Morton Economic Development Council, at  309-263-2491, or visit the Morton Economic Development Council's Web site at to learn more about Morton as a place to do business.

Whether for commercial or industrial development or starting a business, Morton offers an attractive community and a constructive environment for your business.  We welcome your interest in Morton.