Moving Companies in Midlothian, Illinois

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Get to know Midlothian, IL

Midlothian is a southwestern Chicago suburb best known for its historical ties to the railroad.  The land remained mostly marshy farmland until paved roads made the area more accessible and better suited for commercial needs.  Incorporated in 1927, the village is known for the Midlothian Country Club, a private golf course that opened in 1898 and was annexed by Midlothian in the early 1960’s.  While Midlothian experienced initial growth, the population has changed very little since 1980.

Quick Facts

Population: 14,906

Median Household Income: $62,351

Median Property Value: $151,800

 

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Midlothian Statistics

It looks like everyone is moving out of Midlothian, with 70 people leaving the city in 2015, amounting to a 0.47% population decrease.