• Dec 31, 2019, 15:00 PM

Top Stories of 2019: #4 New Economic Development in 2019

The Village of Gurnee had another major year of new construction and redevelopment, with over $55 million in building investment in the community in 2019. Gurnee welcomed several new businesses to our community including Aldi, a new Abbott Laboratories Employee Credit Union (ALEC) headquarters, Centerpoint Industries, DanceCenter North, WingStop, KT Home, Tsunami Car Wash, Authentic Cheese Bread, and more additions/comprehensive renovations. Gurnee has remained one of the premiere retail hubs in the Chicagoland, with even more additions to come in 2020. To stay up-to-date on the latest economic development activity, visit www.gurnee.il.us/projectsinprogress.

Gurnee Residents

Find out customized information for Gurnee current and prospective residents in our "Residents" sections. Information in these sections includes services such as Snow Plowing, Water/Sewer, Permitting and Public Safety.

Be sure to check out our interactive Resident Guide for a quick overview of some of the most frequently requested info. This Guide is a great starting point to help new residents get to know the community.

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Water / Sewer Account Services

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Gurnee Businesses

Gurnee has over 1,000 registered businesses and corporations, making it a leading retail, recreation, and hospitality center in the northern Chicagoland. This section is dedicated to current and prospective Gurnee businesses looking for information on permitting, economic development, and other relevant information.

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Gurnee Visitors

Gurnee hosts millions of visitors to our community, with attractions from theme parks to shopping centers. This section features information on upcoming activities and helpful links to make your visit special.

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Looking for information about the Village of Gurnee's plans, finances, and other documents? The Village has put together a Transparency Portal in an effort to promote open, accessible, and transparent government.

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