Located 14 miles west of downtown Chicago, IL. La Grange is strategically located for transportation to Chicago and all of Chicagoland. The Village occupies a land area of approximately 2.5 square miles and has a population over 15,000 people
La Grange is a historic, tree-lined community with flourishing restaurants, retail shopping, boutiques and . A new brew pub will soon be opening in downtown La Grange and there is a thriving Farmer’s Market as well.. The historic La Grange Theater provides entertainment as well as several other venues and events. The Village's excellent location with access to two transit stations provides for superior vehicular and pedestrian access to retail and restaurant uses.
La Grange is home to highly rated schools including Lyon Township High School. La Grange Amita Hospital is one of the major employers.
The Village of La Grange's excellent location has the advantage of being easily accessible from every direction. Four State highways go through and cross its boundaries on two major routes: Route 12, 20, and 45 (La Grange/Mannheim Road) and Route 34 (Ogden Avenue).
La Grange Road, the main street through the center of the Village, boasts 26,000 cars traveling on a daily basis. O'Hare International Airport, Midway Airport, and the Chicago Loop are each only 30 minutes away.
Burlington Northern Commuter Rail System, which has approximately 5,000 boardings daily from the La Grange Road Train station and the Stone Avenue Station. PACE bus service also serve the area as does Amtrak.