Morton Grove, IL

Population: 23,413

Key findings

  • Morton Grove has a Livability Score of 76/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Morton Grove crime rates are 53% lower than the Illinois average
  • Cost of living in Morton Grove is 26% higher than the Illinois average
  • Morton Grove real estate prices are 62% higher than the Illinois average
  • Rental prices in Morton Grove are 64% higher than the Illinois average

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      Top Rated Schools in Morton Grove

      Name Grades Students Proficiency
      Melzer SchoolPK - 649359%
      Golf Middle School5 - 829656%
      Park View Elementary SchoolPK - 891352%
      Hynes Elementary SchoolPK - 435750%
      Thomas Edison Elementary School3 - 552935%
      Plato Academy IncPK - 865n/a
      Mcc AcademyPK - 8525n/a
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      Easy Living in Morton Grove, IL

      I have lived in Morton Grove, IL for the last 10 years and have yet to find a better mid western area for young professionals. This city is packed with local amenities that make entertainment, recreation, and easy living highly achievable for people from all walks of life. From creative new grocery markets with organic produce to top of the line shopping centers and 5 star restaurants, Morton Grove offers extreme livability combined with an engaging experience that young professionals often seek in a new city.

      Although I've loved living in Morton Grove, it seems likely that mid to lower income families would prefer another city due to the higher cost of living here. Housing is usually on the higher end of the price spectrum for the Illinois area and the public school system in Morton Grove is average. However, families may be drawn to the extensive library and park system offered by the city. Morton Grove Public Library offers an extensive array of educational activities for families and children of all ages.
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      Source: The Morton Grove, IL data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).