WaterTowerLocated 24 miles southeast of Chicago, the town of St. John is filled with quiet neighborhoods and quality schools and churches.

St. John is a well-planned community. An extensive bicycle and pedestrian trail winds through lovely subdivisions. Over 20 well-equipped parks and an active Park program provides a myriad of activities for all residents. The town has many local specialty shops and selected larger retail stores.

The original design for the town logo was submitted by Lisa Kuffel in 1981 when she won a contest sponsored by the St. John Chamber of Commerce. Years later the logo was trademarked. The logo appears on the Municipal Building Sign, all official stationary, and Town Vehicles.

Whether you have a growing family or you’re empty nesters, St. John has something to offer.

Bloomberg Business Week, December 18, 2012
“Best Place to Raise Kids in Indiana: St. John”

Population: 14,205
GreatSchools city score: 9
Median family income: $103,662
Housing costs as a percentage of income: 20.8%
County unemployment rate: 8.7%
Nearby city: Chicago

St. John has invested a lot in parks and outdoor space, which have a number of playgrounds, soccer fields, and ponds. The town, close to the Illinois border and Chicago’s endless amenities, maintains a rural feel with activities such as the Community Corn Roast and a Lions Club Candlelight Bowling Fundraiser.

Business Week full article – click here

For St. John article – click here