Grayslake, The kind of small-town suburb that families dream of living in.







The Village Of Grayslake IL



Avon Township

Fremont Township





Grayslake Park District

Wildwood Park District

Wikipedia - Grayslake IL.

Grayslake News

Grayslake Chamber Of Commerce

Farmers Market Schedule

Grayslake Heritage Center


The old Gelatin Factory Land acquired by the village was cleaned up in 2016 and 2017.

A plan was created emphasizing open space for the residents to enjoy. This would add a

winding road which will give additional access to Central Park and connect it to the

Downtown Area. Check out the hybrid plan below.








Grayslake's Millennium Ct. pictured above - Center Street at Seymore Ave 




 Downtown by agentannecook                                 




District 127

Community Consolidated District 46

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Great Schools - Grayslake



Grayslake Business Directory

Mapquest - Grayslake

What's the market like in Grayslake, IL?





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