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Bureau Post Codes & Zip Codes List

Location City/District States or Territories States or Territories Abbrieviation Postcode
Arlington Adams Illinois IL 61312
Buda Adams Illinois IL 61314
Bureau Adams Illinois IL 61315
Cherry Adams Illinois IL 61317
Dalzell Adams Illinois IL 61320
Depue Adams Illinois IL 61322
Dover Adams Illinois IL 61323
Kasbeer Adams Illinois IL 61328
Ladd Adams Illinois IL 61329
La Moille Adams Illinois IL 61330
Malden Adams Illinois IL 61337
Manlius Adams Illinois IL 61338
Mineral Adams Illinois IL 61344
Neponset Adams Illinois IL 61345
New Bedford Adams Illinois IL 61346
Ohio Adams Illinois IL 61349
Princeton Adams Illinois IL 61356
Seatonville Adams Illinois IL 61359
Sheffield Adams Illinois IL 61361
Spring Valley Adams Illinois IL 61362
Tiskilwa Adams Illinois IL 61368
Van Orin Adams Illinois IL 61374
Walnut Adams Illinois IL 61376
Wyanet Adams Illinois IL 61379




Illinois is a midwestern state bordering Indiana within the east and therefore the Mississippi within the west. Illinois state is Nicknamed marked by farmland, rolling hills, forests and wetlands. Chicago, one among the most important cities within the U.S, is within the northeast on the shores of Lake Michigan . It’s famous for its skyscrapers, like sleek, 1,451-ft. Willis Tower and the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower.

Facts About Illinois

1. The state of Illinois has 102 counties, primarily named after the early American leaders.

2. Illinois was the primary state to ratify the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, abolishing slavery on February 1, 1865.

3. The Sears Tower in Chicago is that the second tallest building in North America at 1,450 feet.

4. the primary modern skyscraper was inbuilt 1885 in Chicago, which is understood because the Home Insurance Building.

5. Although there are multiple statements on who invented the term, dessert “sundae”, Evanston, Illinois, claims to be where it originated from.

6. In the year 1899, a construction began underground in Chicago having the intention of creating telephone system . As construction continued, it became a narrow-gauge freight railroad, which became an important portal for the transportation of products throughout the country.

7. Illinois state has the 3rd highest number of personalized license plates in the country.

8. Did you recognize in Mount Pulaski, Illinois, it's illegal for boys (and only boys) to throw snowballs at trees?

9. Robert Pershing Wadlow, also referred to as the world’s tallest man, was born in Alton, Illinois and was last recorded in 1940 being 8’11”, weighing 491 pounds and wore a size 37 shoe.

10. Agricultural and forestry machinery producer, Deere , was founded in 1937 in Moline, Illinois.

11. Chicago is that the largest city in Illinois with a population of two ,720,546 people and ranks third within the country.

12. Disney was born in Chicago on December 5, 1901.

13. In Illinois state, there are 333 farms that grow corn(for popcorn) on 47,000 acres, making the state the third largest popcorn producer. Which explains why Illinois’ state snack is popcorn.

14. On the Saint Patrick’s Day, the Chicago River is always dyed green.

15. The Twinkies were invented on the 6 of April, 1930 in Schiller Park, Illinois by James Alexander Dewar.


How do I apply for Illinois Medicaid? To get more information on  how to apply for Medicaid, you can please contact the Health Benefits Hotline at 1-800-843-6154. TTY users can call 855-889-4326.

State Flag

The Illinois state flag  consists of the seal of Illinois on a plain white background, with the word "Illinois" underneath the seal. The present seal that is used now was adopted in 1869, the flag bearing the central elements of the seal was adopted in 1915, and thus the word Illinois was added to the flag in 1970.


Illinois features a flat tax of 4.95%, which suggests everyone's income in Illinois is taxed at an equivalent rate by the state. No Illinois cities charge a neighborhood tax on top of the state tax , though.

Marriage records

The Illinois Department of Public Health Don't keep  Marriage records , there is Division of important Records. Certified copies are only available at the county clerk within the county where the wedding occurred (see RESOURCES within the right-hand column and click on on List of County Clerks)