List of Illinois precincts


Of the 102 counties in the state of Illinois, 17 are divided into the 261 precincts listed below. The remaining 85 counties are divided into 1,433 townships.

Illinois precincts by name

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Illinois precincts by county

Alexander County

  • Cache Precinct
  • Cairo Precinct
  • East Cape Precinct
  • Elco Precinct
  • McClure Precinct
  • Miller Precinct
  • Olive Branch Precinct
  • Sandusky Precinct
  • Tamms Precinct
  • Thebes Precinct

Calhoun County

Edwards County

  • Albion No. 1 Precinct
  • Albion No. 2 Precinct
  • Albion No. 3 Precinct
  • Bone Gap Precinct
  • Browns Precinct
  • Dixon Precinct
  • Ellery Precinct
  • French Creek Precinct
  • Salem No. 1 Precinct
  • Salem No. 2 Precinct
  • Shelby No. 1 Precinct
  • Shelby No. 2 Precinct

Hardin County

Johnson County

  • Belknap Precinct
  • Bloomfield Precinct
  • Burnside Precinct
  • Cache Precinct
  • Elvira Precinct
  • Goreville No. 1 Precinct
  • Goreville No. 2 Precinct
  • Grantsburg No. 1 Precinct
  • Grantsburg No. 2 Precinct
  • Lake No. 1 Precinct
  • Lake No. 2 Precinct
  • Ozark Precinct
  • Simpson Precinct
  • Tunnel Hill Precinct
  • Vienna No. 1 Precinct
  • Vienna No. 2 Precinct
  • Vienna No. 3 Precinct

Massac County

  • Adkins Precinct
  • Benton Precinct
  • East Brooklyn Precinct
  • Franklin Precinct
  • Georges Creek Precinct
  • Grant Precinct
  • Hillerman Precinct
  • Jackson Precinct
  • Jefferson Precinct
  • Lincoln Precinct
  • Logan Precinct
  • Metropolis No. 1 Precinct
  • Metropolis No. 2 Precinct
  • Metropolis No. 3 Precinct
  • Metropolis No. 4 Precinct
  • Washington Precinct
  • West Brooklyn Precinct

Menard County

Monroe County

  • Precinct 1
  • Precinct 2
  • Precinct 3
  • Precinct 4
  • Precinct 5
  • Precinct 6
  • Precinct 7
  • Precinct 8
  • Precinct 9
  • Precinct 10
  • Precinct 11
  • Precinct 12
  • Precinct 13
  • Precinct 15
  • Precinct 16
  • Precinct 17
  • Precinct 18
  • Precinct 19
  • Precinct 20
  • Precinct 21
  • Precinct 22
  • Precinct 23
  • Precinct 24
  • Precinct 25
  • Precinct 26
  • Precinct 27

Morgan County

  • Alexander Precinct
  • Arcadia Precinct
  • Chapin Precinct
  • Concord Precinct
  • Franklin Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 1 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 2 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 3 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 4 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 5 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 6 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 7 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 8 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 9 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 10 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 11 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 12 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 13 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 14 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 15 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 16 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 17 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 18 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 19 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 22 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 23 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 24 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 25 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 26 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 27 Precinct
  • Jacksonville No. 28 Precinct
  • Literberry Precinct
  • Lynnville Precinct
  • Markham Precinct
  • Meredosia No. 1 Precinct
  • Meredosia No. 2 Precinct
  • Murrayville No. 1 Precinct
  • Murrayville No. 2 Precinct
  • Nortonville Precinct
  • Pisgah Precinct
  • Prentice Precinct
  • Waverly No. 1 Precinct
  • Waverly No. 2 Precinct
  • Waverly No. 3 Precinct
  • Woodson Precinct

Perry County

  • Beaucoup Precinct
  • Cutler Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 1 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 2 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 3 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 4 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 5 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 6 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 7 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 8 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 9 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 10 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 11 Precinct
  • Du Quoin No. 12 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 1 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 2 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 3 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 4 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 5 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 6 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 7 Precinct
  • Pinckneyville No. 8 Precinct
  • Sunfield Precinct
  • Swanwick Precinct
  • Tamaroa No. 1 Precinct
  • Tamaroa No. 2 Precinct
  • Willisville Precinct

Pope County

Main article: Pope County, Illinois

Pulaski County

  • America Precinct
  • Grand Chain Precinct
  • Karnak Precinct
  • Mound City Precinct
  • Mounds Precinct
  • Olmsted Precinct
  • Perks Precinct
  • Pulaski Precinct
  • Ullin Precinct
  • Villa Ridge Precinct
  • Wetaug Precinct

Randolph County

Scott County

  • Alsey Precinct
  • Bloomfield Precinct
  • Exeter-Bluffs Precinct
  • Glasgow Precinct
  • Manchester Precinct
  • Merritt Precinct
  • Naples-Bluffs Precinct
  • Winchester No. 1 Precinct
  • Winchester No. 2 Precinct
  • Winchester No. 3 Precinct

Union County

  • Alto Pass Precinct
  • Anna District No. 1 Precinct
  • Anna District No. 2 Precinct
  • Anna District No. 3 Precinct
  • Anna District No. 4 Precinct
  • Anna District No. 5 Precinct
  • Anna District No. 6 Precinct
  • Balcom Precinct
  • Cobden District No. 1 Precinct
  • Cobden District No. 2 Precinct
  • Dongola District No. 1 Precinct
  • Dongola District No. 2 Precinct
  • Jonesboro District No. 1 Precinct
  • Jonesboro District No. 2 Precinct
  • Lick Creek Precinct
  • Mill Creek Precinct
  • Saratoga Precinct
  • Stokes Precinct
  • Union District No. 1 Precinct
  • Union District No. 2 Precinct

Wabash County

Williamson County

  • Blairsville Township
  • Carterville Township
  • Corinth Township
  • Crab Orchard Township
  • Creal Springs Township
  • East Marion Township
  • Grassy Township
  • Herrin Township
  • Lake Creek Township
  • Southern Township
  • Stonefort Township
  • West Marion Township

See also

Illinois portal

References

  • Census 2000 Gazetteer
  • National Association of Towns and Townships
  • Township Officials of Illinois
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