Total Households: 2,600 County: McHenry County Townships: Marengo, Seneca, Coral, Riley Churches: 14 Schools: 4 pre-school/nursery, 5 elementary schools, 1 high school, 1 Catholic Woodstock Parks: Indian Oaks Park (140 acres); Calvin Spencer Park; 2 McHenry County Conservation District sites. Fire Department: Volunteer; 38 members; on call 24 hours a day; 1 station; covers 107 sq. mile area Rescue Squad: Volunteer; on call 24 hours a daya with two full time on-site members. Government: Elected Mayor/City Council (8 alderman) Public Services: NICOR; ComEd; SBC; Marengo Disposal; Charter Communications
Water Supply: 3 municipal wells
Post Office: 1 Branch
Important Marengo Telephone Numbers
East Prairie Street
Marengo, IL 60152
Fax: (815) 568-7130
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Deborah K. Nier
Steven DiMaria, Jr.
Marengo Police Department
142 East Prairie Street
Marengo, IL 60152
Marengo Fire Department
The City of Marengo is served by a 36-member, all volunteer fire department. The fire station is located on East Prairie Street
Marengo 9-1-1 dispatchers respond to emergency calls by pagers.
The district handles an average of 250 calls a year, and was
founded in 1937.
Firemen participate in the Settler's Days parade and a host
of other area events.
Population: - 600 County: McHenry County Townships: Coral, Seneca Churches: 3 Schools: One elementary school (District 165) Parks: Two - Veterans
Park, Siems Park Fire Department: Volunteer Rescue Squad: Call 9-1-1 (service from Marengo) Government: Village Board/Elected Trustees Public Services: NICOR, ComEd; Ameritech; Marengo Disposal; T.V. Max
Museums: McHenry County Historical Museum; Illinois Railway Museum
Important Union Telephone Numbers
Union, IL 60180
Fax: (815) 923-4710
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monroe Smith Jr.
Codes Consultants & Inspections, Inc.
Fire Protection District
Union IL 60180
J. Curran Jr.
Village of Union is served by a 27-member, all volunteer
fire department. The unmanned station is located on Main
Street in Union.
Marengo 9-1-1 dispatchers respond to emergency calls by
The Union Fire Protection fleet includes six modern fire
trucks, and one antique truck which is used for special
The district handles an average of 80 calls a year, and
was founded in 1937.
Firemen participate in the Settler's Days parade and a
host of other area events.