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Illinois
Last Updated: May 5, 2019
Alphabetical list of Illinois counties: Can you name them?
Aviation in Illinois: Where are the up-to-date facts about aviation in Illinois?
Construction in Illinois: Who maintains updated facts about construction projects in Illinois?
Departments of Illinois: What is on the list of government departments of Illinois?
Employee search What is on the list?
Economy of Illinois: What makes the economy of Illinois?
Find in Illinois: What are you looking for in Illinois?
Food and food pantries in Illinois: What is on the list?
Housing Government Resources in Illinois: What is on the list?
Jobs in Illinois: Where do you get up-to-date facts about jobs in Illinois?
Products of Illinois: What is on the list of products of Illinois?
Roads in Illinois: Who maintains updated facts about roads in Illinois?
Statistics of Illinois: What is on the list?
Useful Internet Links for Illinois: What is on the list of useful Internet links for Illinois?
Zip Code: What is in every zip code of Illinois?

Aviation in Illinois: Where are the up-to-date facts about aviation in Illinois?
Airports
  1. Chicago O'Hare International

  2. Chicago Midway International

  3. Chicago Executive

  4. Lansing

  5. Schaumburg Regional

Alphabetical list of Illinois Counties
How many counties were in Illinois on or before May 1, 2019?
102

What should happen to counties in Illinois?
Here is an example.
Chicago county must be mentioned instead of Cook County.

On or before May 1, 2019, more than 40% of all residents of Illinois lived in Chicago/Cook County.

Alphabetical list of Illinois counties: Can you name them?
  1. Adams

  2. Alexander

  3. Bond

  4. Boone

  5. Brown

  6. Bureau

  7. Calhoun

  8. Carroll

  9. Cass

  10. Champaign

  11. Christian

  12. Clark

  13. Clay

  14. Clinton

  15. Coles

  16. Chicago/County

  17. Crawford

  18. Cumberland

  19. DeKalb

  20. De Witt

  21. Douglas

  22. DuPage

  23. Edgar

  24. Edwards

  25. Effingham

  26. Fayette

  27. Ford

  28. Franklin

  29. Fulton

  30. Gallatin

  31. Greene

  32. Grundy

  33. Hamilton

  34. Hancock

  35. Hardin

  36. Henderson

  37. Henry

  38. Iroquois

  39. Jackson

  40. Jasper

  41. Jefferson

  42. Jersey

  43. Jo Daviess

  44. Johnson

  45. Kane

  46. Kankakee

  47. Kendall

  48. Knox

  49. La Salle

  50. Lake

  51. Lawrence

  52. Lee

  53. Livingston

  54. Logan

  55. McDonough

  56. McHenry

  57. McLean

  58. Macon

  59. Macoupin

  60. Madison

  61. Marion

  62. Marshall

  63. Mason

  64. Massac

  65. Menard

  66. Mercer

  67. Monroe

  68. Montgomery

  69. Morgan

  70. Moultrie

  71. Ogle

  72. Peoria

  73. Perry

  74. Piatt

  75. Pike

  76. Pope

  77. Pulaski

  78. Putnam

  79. Randolph

  80. Richland

  81. Rock Island

  82. Saline

  83. Sangamon

  84. Schuyler

  85. Scott

  86. Shelby

  87. St. Clair

  88. Stark

  89. Stephenson

  90. Tazewell

  91. Union

  92. Vermilion

  93. Wabash

  94. Warren

  95. Washington

  96. Wayne

  97. White

  98. Whiteside

  99. Will

  100. Williamson

  101. Winnebago

  102. Woodford

Chicago/County
What is in this area?

What should you know about this area?

Area County: 1,635 sq mi (4,230 km2)
Land: 945 sq mi (2,450 km2)
Water: 690 sq mi (1,800 km2)
Metro: 10,874 sq mi (28,160 km2)
Area rank: 6th largest county in Illinois

How is each county further organized in Illinois?
County
Cities
Towns
Townships
Villages


What is the difference among cities, towns, townships, and villages in Illinois?
Chicago / Cook / County
County
  1. Barrington

  2. Berwyn

  3. Bloom

  4. Bremen

  5. Calumet

  6. Cicero

  7. City of Chicago

  8. Elk Grove

  9. Evanston

  10. Hanover

  11. Lemont

  12. Leyden

  13. Lyons

  14. Maine

  15. New Trier

  16. Niles

  17. Northfield

  18. Norwood Park

  19. Oak Park

  20. Orland

  21. Palatine

  22. Palos

  23. Proviso

  24. Rich

  25. River Forest

  26. River-side

  27. Schaumburg

  28. Stickney

  29. Thornton

  30. Wheeling

  31. Worth

Here are further facts.

Here are further facts.

Area Maps

18 Oak Park Area Communities

Brookfield, Illinois

Oak Park, Illinois

Riverside, Illinois



Adjacent counties

Lake County, Illinois – north
Lake County, Indiana – southeast
Will County, Illinois – south
DuPage County, Illinois – west
Kane County, Illinois – west
McHenry County, Illinois – northwest
Berrien County, Michigan – east
Construction in Illinois
Is there a difference among demolition, excavation, and construction?
Yes.

What is the difference among demolition, excavation, and construction?
Demolition and excavation need different project reports than construction.

Questions that need to be answered in this situation.

What location with structures need demolition and/or excavation and why?
What location with structure needs construction and why (provide detailed reasons)?


What is the process of demolition and/or excavation in Illinois?
It depends on the area in Illinois.
Most of the demolition and.or excavation happens in Chicago in Illinois.

What is the process of construction in Illinois?
It depends on the area in Illinois.
It depends on the types of project.
Most of the structural construction happens in Chicago in Illinois.
Highway road construction occurs throughout Illinois.

How do you monitor upcoming construction projects in Chicago, Illinois?
Who are the listed experts in construction projects in Chicago, Illinois?
What is the role of entities like Taylor Demolition and Excavation and Meade Construction in Chicago, Illinois?
Who maintains profiles of such organizations in Chicago, Illinois?


On May 1, 2019, the structure at 5155 North Broadway in Chicago, Illinois 60640 was demolished.
Taylor Demolition and Excavation demolished and excavated the structure.

Roads in Illinois
What is the best method for learning about roads in Illinois?
Road transportation in Illinois: How do you know which public transpiration is available on specific roads, directions, and locations?
What is the best method for learning about roads in Illinois?
Start at the intersection of State and Madison in downtown Chicago, Illinois.
Head to the north, south, east, and west.

CHICAGO'S MAJOR STREETS

CHICAGO'S MAJOR STREETS

Chicago's major streets are a mile apart, running either north-south or east-west. Most CTA bus and former streetcar routes operate over these streets.

There are 800 address numbers per mile, 400 address numbers per half mile.


NORTH-SOUTH STREETS

2400 East - Yates Blvd.
2000 East - Jeffery Blvd.
1600 East - Stony Island Ave.
1200 East - Woodlawn Ave.
800 East - Cottage Grove Ave.
400 East - King Dr.
0 East - State St.
400 West - Stewart Ave.
800 West - Halsted St.
1200 West - Racine Ave.
1600 West - Ashland Ave.
2000 West - Damen Ave.
2400 West - Western Ave.
2800 West - California Ave.
3200 West - Kedzie Ave.
3600 West - Central Park Ave.
4000 West - Pulaski Ave.
4400 West - Kostner Ave.
4800 West - Cicero Ave.
5200 West - Laramie Ave.
5600 West - Central Ave.
6000 West - Austin Ave.
6400 West - Narragansett Ave.
6800 West - Oak Park Ave.
7200 West - Harlem Ave.


EAST-WEST STREETS (NORTH SIDE)

0 North - Madison St.
400 North - Kinzie St.
800 North - Chicago Ave.
1200 North - Division St.
1600 North - North Ave.
2000 North - Armitage Ave.
2400 North - Fullerton Ave.
2800 North - Diversey Ave.
3200 North - Belmont Ave.
3600 North - Addison St.
4000 North - Irving Park Road
4400 North - Montrose Ave.
4800 North - Lawrence Ave.
5200 North - Foster Ave.
5600 North - Bryn Mawr Ave.
6000 North - Peterson Ave.
6400 North - Devon Ave.
6800 North - Pratt Ave.
7200 North - Touhy Ave.
7600 North - Howard St.


EAST-WEST STREETS (SOUTH SIDE)

(Streets are numbered, some have names, only "mile" streets are listed.)

1200 South - Roosevelt Road
2200 South - Cermak Road
3100 South - 31st St.
3900 South - Pershing Road
4700 South - 47th St.
5500 South - 55th St. (Garfield Blvd.)
6300 South - 63rd St.
7100 South - 71st St.
7900 South - 79th St.
8700 South - 87th St.
9500 South - 95th St.
10300 South - 103rd St.
11100 South - 111th St.
11900 South - 119th St.
12700 South - 127th St.


Road transportation in Illinois: How do you know which public transpiration is available on specific roads, directions, and locations?
What is your location?
  1. Adams

  2. Alexander

  3. Bond

  4. Boone

  5. Brown

  6. Bureau

  7. Calhoun

  8. Carroll

  9. Cass

  10. Champaign

  11. Christian

  12. Clark

  13. Clay

  14. Clinton

  15. Coles

  16. Chicago/County

  17. Crawford

  18. Cumberland

  19. DeKalb

  20. De Witt

  21. Douglas

  22. DuPage

  23. Edgar

  24. Edwards

  25. Effingham

  26. Fayette

  27. Ford

  28. Franklin

  29. Fulton

  30. Gallatin

  31. Greene

  32. Grundy

  33. Hamilton

  34. Hancock

  35. Hardin

  36. Henderson

  37. Henry

  38. Iroquois

  39. Jackson

  40. Jasper

  41. Jefferson

  42. Jersey

  43. Jo Daviess

  44. Johnson

  45. Kane

  46. Kankakee

  47. Kendall

  48. Knox

  49. La Salle

  50. Lake

  51. Lawrence

  52. Lee

  53. Livingston

  54. Logan

  55. McDonough

  56. McHenry

  57. McLean

  58. Macon

  59. Macoupin

  60. Madison

  61. Marion

  62. Marshall

  63. Mason

  64. Massac

  65. Menard

  66. Mercer

  67. Monroe

  68. Montgomery

  69. Morgan

  70. Moultrie

  71. Ogle

  72. Peoria

  73. Perry

  74. Piatt

  75. Pike

  76. Pope

  77. Pulaski

  78. Putnam

  79. Randolph

  80. Richland

  81. Rock Island

  82. Saline

  83. Sangamon

  84. Schuyler

  85. Scott

  86. Shelby

  87. St. Clair

  88. Stark

  89. Stephenson

  90. Tazewell

  91. Union

  92. Vermilion

  93. Wabash

  94. Warren

  95. Washington

  96. Wayne

  97. White

  98. Whiteside

  99. Will

  100. Williamson

  101. Winnebago

  102. Woodford

Chicago/County
How to Ride Public Transportation in Chicago

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) runs a network of trains and buses that service nearly every corner of the city.
Chicago Trains and Public Transportation Basics
Visit the CTA's official website
Chicago Train and Bus Maps and Routes
Metra

Zip Code: What is in every zip code of Illinois?
Zip Code: What is in every zip code of Illinois?

Statistics of Illinois: What is on the list?
Alphabetical list of Illinois Counties 102
Capital: Springfield
Population: 12,910,409
Founded: December 3, 1818 (21st)
State Bird: Cardinal
State Tree: White Oak
State Flower: Violet
Number of Counties: 102
Largest City: Chicago - 2,896,016
Nickname: Land of Lincoln
Number of Farms: 75,900
Average Farm Size: 348 acres
Total Farmland: 26.7 million acres
Illinois Products
Departments
Illinois Economy
What are examples of essential departments in Illinois, North America?


Departments
Search Services
What are examples of essential departments in Illinois, North America?
  1. Accountants and auditors department of Illinois.

  2. Agriculture and food sciences department of Illinois.

  3. Aviation department of Illinois.

  4. Clothing of Illinois department.

  5. Complaints of Illinois department.

  6. Computers and Internet of Illinois department.

  7. Corrections department of Illinois.

  8. Defense department of Illinois.

  9. Directories.

  10. Economy and budget department of Illinois.

  11. Electricity department of Illinois.

  12. Emergency management offices and agencies of Illinois.

  13. Emergency medical services department of Illinois.

  14. Engineering department of Illinois.

  15. English language department of Illinois.

  16. Estates department of Illinois.

  17. Fire department of Illinois.

  18. Food and supplies department of Illinois.

  19. Footwear department of Illinois.

  20. Fuel department of Illinois.

  21. Health department of Illinois.

  22. Higher education department of Illinois.

  23. Hospitality and protocol department of Illinois.

  24. Housing and development department of Illinois.

  25. Human resources department of Illinois.

  26. Human services department of Illinois.

  27. Information and broadcasting department of Illinois.

  28. Irrigation and flood control department of Illinois.

  29. Law/justice department of Illinois.

  30. Mechanical engineering department of Illinois.

  31. Planning and development department of Illinois.

  32. Police department of Illinois.

  33. Postal service department of Illinois.

  34. Printing department of Illinois.

  35. Public health department of Illinois.

  36. Public libraries department of Illinois.

  37. Recycling plants department of Illinois.

  38. Roads & buildings department of Illinois.

  39. Secretary in chief of Illinois.

  40. School education department of Illinois.

  41. Statistics.

  42. Telecommunications department of Illinois.

  43. Textiles department of Illinois.

  44. Transportation department of Illinois.

  45. Water department of Illinois.

  46. Weather and climate department of Illinois.
Where should you give referral or reference in Illinois?
If you have to give a referral or reference, you should do so to one of these departments of Illinois.

Accountants and auditors department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How do you do world inventory accounting?
Here are further guidelines.

Agriculture and food sciences department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
What is the total land area of Illinois?
Area: 57,918 sq.mi
Here are further guidelines.

Aviation department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Who is who in this department of Illinois?
You are required to forward profile of individuals relevant to this department of Illinois.

Advice for various residents.
Advice for residents in the state or outside the state.
What should you do if you have any issues and need help?
Approach various essential departments at walkable distance in the state. If office of essential departments is not available at walkable distance, circulate in news report that an office of essential departments needs to be established at walkable distance in the state.
Approach an officer on duty and submit issues to officer on duty with supervisor.
Officers are required to maintain professional ethics or can lose their job with punishments if they get involved in criminal activities.

What advice is there for residents in the state or outside the state?
You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.
If you are asked questions about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your abilities and knowledge.
You should not harm others.
Maintain track record of good character and good behavior.
Your track record for the last 10 years will be considered in case of any legal issues.
Do not get involved in any felony or misdemeanor.

What questions should resident answer relevant to their issues?
Questions you need to answer.
What are the issues?
What is your name and date of birth?
What is your mailing address?
What offices of essential departments need to be established at walkable distance at this location?


What are residents’ responsibilities?
All residents must list their abilities/skills with department of Human resources, and department of human services in the state at least.

What are essential departments in every state?
There are 45 essential departments in every state.

What should you do if you have to give a referral or reference outside the state?
Verify equivalent of these mentioned departments in the state.


Advice for various essential departments in various states.
What directives are there for various essential departments in various states?
Maintain head of the department with second, third, fourth, and fifth on duty.
In case one is unable to resolve issues, second, third, fourth, and fifth on duty is around to guide others.

Computers and Internet of Illinois department.
Computers with Internet in Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many computers with Internet connections are there in Illinois?
Who should be head of the Illinois department of computers and Internet?
How many professionals, including computer and Internet engineers, are required for department of computers with Internet in Illinois?

At least 6,000 professionals, including computer and Internet engineers.
This is the requirement for Illinois for the year 2015.
Each of these engineers is generally named computer engineer.
I personally can communicate like this.
I am a computer engineer with specialty of being a computer software engineer.
I can guide all engineers, including all types of computer engineers.

What location in Illinois is ideal to assemble, repair, and manufacture computers and Internet components without harming others through the Illinois department of computers and Internet?
Illinois Computers and Internet department.
There are some namesake engineers who cannot even guide one type of engineer listed above. Questions an engineer must be able to answer.
What type of engineer are you?
What type of computer engineer are you?
Here are example of answer.
I am a material engineer.
I am a computer engineer.
I can guide all type of engineers.
I can guide 611 professions; this includes engineers.
Questions you need to answer.
What type of engineer can you guide?
What type of computer engineer can you guide?

What are immediate issues for computer network engineers in Illinois?
Emails are been blocked from Illinois while being in Chicago , Illinois.
Even Illinois police emails are blocked.
Detect the location of blockage of emails.
Take preventive measures to prevent blocking of emails from Illinois to the rest of the world, including Chicago, Illinois.

Computers and Internet of Illinois department.
Take a look at this.
http://cs.illinois.edu/about-us
Type Public

Corrections department of Illinois.
Prisons in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Facts and figures
How many inmates are in Illinois?
Take a look at this.

What are the names of the prisons in Illinois?
  1. Big Muddy River Correctional Center

  2. Centralia Correctional Center

  3. Danville Correctional Center

  4. Decatur Correctional Center

  5. Dixon Correctional Center

  6. Dwight Correctional Center

  7. East Moline Correctional Center

  8. Graham Correctional Center

  9. Hill Correctional Center

  10. Illinois River Correctional Center

  11. Jacksonville Correctional Center

  12. Lawrence Correctional Center

  13. Lincoln Correctional Center

  14. Logan Correctional Center

  15. Menard Correctional Center

  16. Menard Medium Security Unit

  17. Pinckneyville Correctional Center

  18. Pontiac Correctional Center

  19. Pontiac Medium Security Unit

  20. Robinson Correctional Center

  21. Shawnee Correctional Center

  22. Sheridan Correctional Center

  23. Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center

  24. Stateville Correctional Center

  25. Tamms Correctional Center

  26. Taylorville Correctional Center

  27. Vandalia Correctional Center

  28. Vienna Correctional Center

  29. Western Illinois Correctional Center

What are the purposes of inmate classification?
Prison classification is a method of assessing inmate risks that balance security requirements with program needs. Newly admitted inmates are transported from county jails to one of several prison receiving centers where the risk assessment process begins.

Illinois County Jail Inspections

2018 Illinois County Jail Inspections
2017 Illinois County Jail Inspections
  1. Adams County Jail 521 Vermont Street, Quincy, IL 62301 (217) 277-2200 *

  2. Alexander Tri County Detention Center 1026 Shawnee College Road, Ullin, IL 62992 (618) 845-3512

  3. Bond County Jail 403 South 2nd Street, Greenville, IL 62246 (618) 664-0243

  4. Boone County Jail 615 North Main Street, Belvidere, IL 61008 (815) 544-9322

  5. Brown County Jail 200 East Court Street, Mount Sterling, IL 62353 (217) 773-2011

  6. Bureau County Jail 22 Park Avenue West, Princeton, IL 61356 (815) 875-3344

  7. Calhoun County Sheriff 103 North County Road, Hardin, IL 62047 (618) 576-2417

  8. Carroll County Sheriff 301 North Main Street, Mount Carroll, IL 61053 (815) 244-2635

  9. Cass County Sheriff 101 North Front Street, Virginia, IL 62691 (217) 452-7718

  10. Champaign County Jail 204 East Main Street, Urbana, IL 61801 (217) 384-1240
    Satellite Jail 502 South Lierman Avenue, Urbana 61802 (217) 384-1243

  11. Christian County Sheriff 301 West Franklin Street, Taylorville, IL 62568 (217) 824-4961

  12. Clark County Jail 207 North 5th, Marshall, IL 62441 (217) 826-6393

  13. Clay County Sheriff 300 Broadway Street, Louisville, IL 62858 (618) 665-3316

  14. Clinton County Jail 810 Franklin Street, Carlyle, IL 62231 (618) 594-4555

  15. Coles County Jail 701 7th Street, Charleston, IL 61920 (217) 348-7332 *

  16. Cook County Jail 2700 South California Avenue, Chicago, IL 60608 (773) 674-7100
    Division Four 2717 South Sacramento Avenue, Chicago 60608
    Division Six 2801 South Sacramento Avenue, Chicago 60608
    Division Nine 2834 West 31st Street, Chicago 60608
    Division Ten 2950 South California Avenue, Chicago 60608 (773) 674-6065
    Division Eleven 3015 South California Avenue, Chicago 60608

  17. Crawford County Jail 203 South Jefferson Street, Robinson, IL 62454 (618) 546-1515 *

  18. Cumberland County Jail 228 North Central Avenue, Paris, IL 61944 (217) 465-4166

  19. De Witt County Sheriff 101 West Washington Street, Clinton, IL 61727 (217) 935-3196

  20. DeKalb County Jail 150 North Main Street, Sycamore, IL 60178 (815) 895-4177

  21. Douglas County Jail 920 South Washington, Tuscola, IL 61953 (217) 253-2913

  22. DuPage County Jail 501 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187 (630) 407-2400 *

  23. Edgar County Jail 228 North Central, Paris, IL 61944 (217) 465-4166

  24. Edwards County Sheriff 50 East Main Street, Albion, IL 62806 (618) 445-2721

  25. Effingham County Jail 101 North Fourth Street, Effingham, IL 62401 (217) 342-2102

  26. Fayette County Jail 221 South 7th Street, Vandalia, IL 62471 (618) 283-2141

  27. Ford County Sheriff 235 North American, Paxton, IL 60957 (217) 379-2324

  28. Franklin County Jail 403 East Main Street, Benton, IL 62812 (618) 439-9553

  29. Fulton County Jail 268 West Washington Avenue, Lewistown, IL 61542 (309) 547-2277

  30. Gallatin County Sheriff 484 Lincoln Boulevard East, Shawneetown, IL 62984 (618) 269-3137

  31. Greene County Sheriff 403 7th Street, Carrollton, IL 62016 (217) 942-6901

  32. Grundy County Jail 111 East Washington Street, Morris, IL 60450 (815) 941-3243

  33. Hamilton County Sheriff 100 South Jackson Street, Mc Leansboro, IL 62859 (618) 643-2511

  34. Hancock County Jail 98 Buchanan Street, Carthage, IL 62321 (217) 357-2115

  35. Hardin County Sheriff Market Street, Elizabethtown, IL 62931 (618) 287-2271

  36. Henderson County Jail Warren Street, Oquawka, IL 61469 (309) 867-4291

  37. Henry County Jail 311 West Center Street, Cambridge, IL 61238 (309) 937-3940

  38. Iroquois County Sheriff 550 South 10th Street, Watseka, IL 60970 (815) 432-4918

  39. Jackson County Jail 1001 Mulberry Street, Murphysboro, IL 62966 (618) 684-2177

  40. Jefferson County Sheriff 911 Casey Avenue, Mount Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 244-8004

  41. Jersey County Sheriff 114 North Washington Street, Jerseyville, IL 62052 (618) 498-5571

  42. Jo Daviess County Jail 330 North Bench Street, Galena, IL 61036 (815) 777-2141

  43. Johnson County Sheriff 401 Poplar Street, Vienna, IL 62995 (618) 658-8264

  44. Kane County Jail 37W755 Illinois Route 38, St Charles, IL 60175 (630) 208-2084 *

  45. Kankakee County Jail 3000 South Justice Way, Kankakee, IL 60901 (815) 802-7200

  46. Kendall County Jail 1102 Cornell Lane, Yorkville, IL 60560 (630) 553-7500

  47. Knox County Jail 152 South Kellogg Street, Galesburg, IL 61401 (309) 345-3739

  48. Lake County Jail 20 South County Street, Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 377-4150 *

  49. LaSalle County Jail 707 East Etna Road, Ottawa, IL 61350 (815) 434-8383 *

  50. Lawrence County Sheriff 1306 Lexington Street, Lawrenceville, IL 62439 (618) 943-5766

  51. Lee County Jail 112 West 3rd Street, Dixon, IL 61021 (815) 284-5222 *

  52. Livingston County Jail 844 West Lincoln Street, Pontiac, IL 61764 (815) 844-5774

  53. Logan County Jail 911 Pekin Street, Lincoln, IL 62656 (217) 735-2610

  54. Macon County Jail 333 South Franklin Street, Decatur, IL 62523 (217) 424-1341 *

  55. Macoupin County Jail 215 South East Street, Carlinville, IL 62626 (217) 854-3135 *

  56. Madison County Jail 405 Randle Street, Edwardsville, IL 62025 (618) 692-1064

  57. Marion County Sheriff 204 North Washington Street, Salem, IL 62881 (618) 548-2141

  58. Marshall County Sheriff 520 6th Street, Lacon, IL 61540 (309) 246-2115

  59. Mason County Jail 102 West Market Street, Havana, IL 62644 (309) 543-4311

  60. Massac County Sheriff 515 Market Street, Metropolis, IL 62960 (618) 524-2912

  61. McDonough County Jail 110 South McArthur Street, Macomb, IL 61455 (309) 833-2323

  62. McHenry County Jail 2200 North Seminary Avenue, Woodstock, IL 60098 (815) 338-9396 *

  63. McLean County Jail 104 West Front Street, Bloomington, IL 61702 (309) 888-5065

  64. Menard County Detention Center 315 South Sixth Street, Petersburg, IL 62675 (217) 632-2273

  65. Mercer County Jail 906 SW 3rd Street, Aledo, IL 61231 (309) 582-5194

  66. Monroe County Jail 225 East 3rd Street, Waterloo, IL 62298 (618) 939-8681

  67. Montgomery County Jail 140 North Main Street, Hillsboro, IL 62049 (217) 532-9514

  68. Morgan County Sheriff 300 West Court Street, Jacksonville, IL 62650 (217) 245-4143

  69. Moultrie County Detention Center 1505 West Hagerman Road, Sullivan, IL 61951 (217) 728-4386 *

  70. Naperville City Jail 1350 Aurora Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540 (630) 420-6731

  71. Oak Lawn City Jail 9446 Raymond Avenue, Oak Lawn, IL 60453 (708) 422-8292

  72. Ogle County Corrections Center 107 South Fifth Street, Oregon, IL 61061 (815) 732-2135

  73. Peoria County Jail 301 North Maxwell Road, Peoria, IL 61604 (309) 697-7841 *

  74. Perry County Jail 12 East Water Street, Pickneyville, IL 62274 (618) 357-6931

  75. Piatt County Jail 1216 Raymond Road, Monticello, IL 61856 (217) 762-7822

  76. Pike County Jail 204 East Adams Street, Pittsfield, IL 62363 (217) 285-4471

  77. Pope County Sheriff 216 East Decatur Street, Golconda, IL 62938 (618) 683-4321

  78. Pulaski County Detention Center 20 Justice Drive, Ullin, IL 62992 (618) 845-3512 *

  79. Putnam County Jail 120 North 4th Street, Hennepin, IL 61327 (815) 925-7015

  80. Randolph County Jail 200 West Buena Vista, Chester, IL 62233 (618) 826-5484

  81. Richland County Jail 211 West Market Street, Olney, IL 62450 (618) 395-7481 *

  82. Rock Island County Jail 1317 3rd Avenue, Rock Island, IL 61201 (309) 558-3425 *

  83. Saline County Jail 1 North Main Street, Harrisburg, IL 62946 (618) 252-4805

  84. Sangamon County Jail 1 Sheriffs Plaza, Springfield, IL 62701 (217) 753-6886

  85. Schuyler County Sheriff 216 West Lafayette Street, Rushville, IL 62681 (217) 322-4366

  86. Scott County Sheriff 35 East Market Street, Winchester, IL 62694 (217) 742-3141

  87. Shelby County Sheriff 151 North Morgan Street, Shelbyville, IL 62565 (217) 774-3941

  88. St Clair County Jail 700 North Fifth Street, Belleville, IL 62220 (618) 207-4374 *

  89. Stark County Sheriff 130 West Jefferson, Toulon, IL 61483 (309) 286-2541

  90. Stephenson County Jail 1680 East Singer Drive, Freeport, IL 61032 (815) 235-8254

  91. Tazewell County Corrections Center 101 South Capitol Street, Pekin, IL 61554 (309) 477-2250

  92. Tri County Detention Center (ICE) 1026 Shawnee College Road, Ullin, IL 62992 (618) 845-3512

  93. Union County Sheriff (TCDC) 308 West Market Street, Jonesboro, IL 62952 (618) 833-5500

  94. Vermilion County Corrections Center 2 East South Street, Danville, IL 61832 (217) 442-4080

  95. Wabash County Jail 110 East 4th Street, Mount Carmel, IL 62863 (618) 262-4186

  96. Warren County Jail 121 North A Street, Monmouth, IL 61462 (309) 734-8506

  97. Washington County Sheriff 245 North Kaskaskia Street, Nashville, IL 62263 (618) 327-8274

  98. Wayne County Jail 305 East Court Street, Fairfield, IL 62837 (618) 842-6096

  99. White County Jail 108 North Main Cross Street, Carmi, IL 62821 (618) 382-7149

  100. Whiteside County Jail 400 North Cherry Street, Morrison, IL 61270 (815) 772-5203

  101. Will County Jail 95 South Chicago Street, Joliet, IL 60436 (815) 740-1250

  102. Williamson County Jail 404 North Van Buren Street, Marion, IL 62959 (618) 997-1301

  103. Winnebago County Jail 650 West State Street, Rockford, IL 61102 (815) 319-6600

  104. Woodford County Jail 111 East Court Street, Eureka, IL 61530 (309) 467-2116

How many prisons are in Chicago?
Address: 2700 S California Ave, Chicago, IL 60608
Floor space: 4.19793 million ft²
Hours: Open 24 hours
Function: Prison
Phone: (773) 674-7100
96 acres (39 hectares) in Cook County, Illinois
6500 prisoners
Employs 3900 law enforcement officials
7000 civilian employees.

Sheriff’s Office
Address: 50 W. Washington, Chicago, Illinois 60602
Phone: (312) 603-6444

Cook County Sheriff's Police Address
This is the third largest police department in the State of Illinois.
Address: 1401 S. Maybrook Drive, Maywood, Illinois 60153
Phone: (708) 865-4700

Which state has the most prisons?
•Texas.
•Utah.
•Vermont.
•Virginia.
•Washington.
•West Virginia.
•Wisconsin.
•Wyoming.

What is the work of a jail warder?
Prison Warden: Career Guide. Prison wardens are the top correctional officers at a given facility, responsible for the safe and secure operation of the facility that they manage.

What are the major inmate classification levels?
The inmate classification system is based predominantly on prediction of risk, including risk of escape, violence, dangerousness, and repeat criminal behavior. Inmates are assigned one of four custody levels: Maximum, High Medium, Low Medium, or minimum.

Defense department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Adjunct general in the state and outside the state is an entity.

Here are further guidelines.

Directories.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Electricity department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Take a look at this.
http://www.nuclearpowersillinois.com/about

Engineering department of Illinois.
Engineering scenario in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Who are who among engineers in Illinois?
Illinois has lacked highly skilled engineers up to 2015.
This is one of reason specific products are not manufactured in Illinois.

What is the requirement relevant to engineers in Illinois?
In Illinois, specific product manufacturing engineers are required for fuel oil, aluminum, iron, electrical products, machines, pharmaceutical products, vehicles, and education materials. These services have to go ahead through various departments in Illinois.

English language department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Communication Abilities
State department of English language

Estates department of Illinois.
Estates Units in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many Estates Units are there in Illinois?
Here are further facts.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/estatesdepartment.html

Fire department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Food and supplies department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Fuel department of Illinois.
Fuel oil production
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
What is the scenario of fuel oil production in Illinois?
It is under feasibility analysis.

What is the consumption of fuel oil in Illinois each year?
It is under analysis for 2014.

Health department of Illinois.
Human healthcare scenario in Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
What is the human healthcare scenario of Illinois?
Human healthcare of Illinois is in shambles. This holds true up to June 3, 2015.

Physicians

Various individuals have been selected and placed at various locations in past years by fraudulent regimes.
They are concerned for their remuneration and enhancing their nefarious designs while people are been harmed.
Their focus should be public health enhancement and individualized health enhancement.
They have to face premature retirement.
New physicians must be encouraged to get involved in public health enhancements and individualized health enhancement.
They must prove their competence by circulating guidelines through media, including presentation on TV programs in the English language.

You must know that those who have exempt posting now once worked like you with nonexempt posting.

Hospitals in Illinois

District hospitals in Illinois
Primary health centers in Illinois

Products manufactured by engineering department in Illinois.
What products are manufactured by the engineering department in Illinois?
All engineers in Illinois must be reminded that they have to annually show that they participated in product manufacturing that enhanced economy.

Housing and development department of Illinois.
Housing total units in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many housing units are there in Illinois?
Housing units 2014 :
Total housing units in Illinois
Here are further guidelines.

Hospitality and Protocol department of Illinois.
Illinois hospitality and protocol regulated hotels.
How many hotels are regulated by Illinois hospitality and protocol?
All.

Human Resources department of Illinois.
Human Resources Illinois
Who is who in Illinois?
  1. Aviation human resources Illinois.

  2. Agriculture and food sciences, human resources Illinois.

  3. Defense human resources Illinois.

  4. Economy and budget human resources Illinois.

  5. Electricity human resources Illinois.

  6. Engineering human resources Illinois.

  7. Executive staff.

  8. Food and supplies human resources Illinois.

  9. Health human resources Illinois.

  10. Higher education human resources Illinois.

  11. Housing and development human resources Illinois.

  12. Hospitality and Protocol human resources Illinois.

  13. Human services human resources Illinois.

  14. Human Resources human resources Illinois.

  15. Information and broadcasting human resources Illinois.

  16. Irrigation & Flood Control human resources Illinois.

  17. Illinoisi representative in North America, Latin, Australia, Africa, other Asian states.

  18. Law/justice human resources Illinois.

  19. Mechanical engineering human resources Illinois.

  20. Public health human resources Illinois.

  21. Planning and development human resources Illinois.

  22. Police human resources Illinois.

  23. Public Libraries human resources Illinois.

  24. Roads & Buildings human resources Illinois.

  25. Secretary of State human resources Illinois.

  26. School education human resources Illinois.

  27. State offices and agencies of emergency management human resources Illinois.

  28. Textiles human resources Illinois.

  29. Telecommunications human resources Illinois.

  30. Transportation human resources Illinois.

  31. Water human resources Illinois.

  32. World government human resources from various states around the world.

What nominees do you have?
How should you forward your profile?

Here is a sample profile.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/samplebiodata.html

If your profile is available, then we can speak on the telephone or have a face-to-face meeting.

Police department of Illinois.
Police human resources Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Areas
Police Recruitment Board Illinois.
Police Recruitment Board Illinois.

Do you have any nominee for Police Recruitment Board Illinois?

What should be abilities of nominee for Police Recruitment Board Illinois?

He or she should be truthful.
He or she should be well behaved.
He or she should have public service focus.
He or she should know everything about: 1.State Criminal law (state law) 2.Civil law. 3.International law. 4.Administrative law in the state. 5.State constitution or world constitution.
6.Police equipment orientation and training has to be taught at the end.
He or she should be good at English language and one local language.
He or she should have abilities to guide others publicly through various communication methods and face-to-face in-person.

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/policetrainingworld.html

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/
    Areas

    Police department of Illinois.
    ILLINOIS STATE POLICE DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF HEADQUARTER POSTS AND COUNTIES SERVED
    District 1 Sterling 3107 E. Lincolnway Sterling, Illinois Telephone: (815) 632-4010 Carroll Lee Ogle Whiteside
    District 2 Elgin 777 S. State St. Elgin, Illinois Telephone:(847) 931-2405 DeKalb DuPage Kane Lake McHenry
    District Chicago Des Plaines 9511 W. Harrison St. Des Plaines, Illinois Telephone: (847) 294-4400 Cook
    District 5 Lockport 16648 S. Broadway Lockport, Illinois Telephone: (815) 726 6377 Grundy Kendall Will
    District 6 Pontiac 800 Old Airport Road Pontiac, Illinois Telephone: (815) 844-1500 De Witt Livingston McLean
    District 7 East Moline 800 Hillcrest Rd. East Moline, IllinoisTelephone: (309) 752-4915 Henry Knox Mercer Rock Island
    District 8 Metamora 1265 Lourdes Rd. Metamora, IllinoisTelephone: (309) 383-2133 Marshall Peoria Stark Tazewell Woodford
    District 9 Springfield 801 South 7th Street, Suite 100-M Springfield, IllinoisTelephone: (217) 786-7107 Cass Christian Logan Mason Menard Morgan Sangamon
    District 10 Pesotum P.O. Box 110 Pesotum, Illinois Telephone: (217) 867-2050 Champaign Coles Douglas Edgar Macon Moultrie Piatt Shelby Vermilion
    District 11 Collinsville 1100 Eastport Plaza Dr. Collinsville, IllinoisTelephone: (618) 346-3990 Bond Clinton Madison Monroe St. Clair
    District 12 Effingham 401 Industrial Ave., Suite A Effingham, IllinoisTelephone: (217) 347-2711 Clark Clay Crawford Cumberland Effingham Fayette Jasper Lawrence Marion Richland
    District 13 DuQuoin 1391 S. Washington Street DuQuoin, IllinoisTelephone: (618) 542 -2171 Franklin Jackson Jefferson Perry Randolph Washington Williamson
    District 14 Macomb 1600 North Lafayette Street Macomb, Illinois Telephone: (309) 833-4046 Fulton Hancock Henderson McDonough Warren
    District 15 OakBrook 2700 Ogden Ave. Downers Grove, Illinois Telephone: (630) 241-6800 Ext. 5030 Tollway
    District 16 Pecatonica 16450 West State Rd. Pecatonica, Illinois Telephone: (815) 239-1152 Boone Jo Daviess Stephenson Winnebago
    District 17 LaSalle 2971 E. 350th Road La Salle, Illinois Telephone: (815) 224-1171 Bureau La Salle Putnam
    District 18 Litchfield 102 Illinois Route 16 Litchfield, Illinois Telephone: (217) 324-4900 Calhoun Greene Jersey Macoupin Montgomery
    District 19 Carmi 919 Illinois Route 14 Carmi, Illinois Telephone: (618) 382-4606 Edwards Gallatin Hamilton Saline Wabash Wayne White
    District 20 Pittsfield P.O. Box 32 Pittsfield, Illinois Telephone: (217) 285-2034 Adams Brown Pike Schuyler Scott
    District 21 Ashkum P.O. Box 147 Ashkum, Illinois Telephone: (815) 698-2395 Ford Iroquois Kankakee
    District 22 Ullin 1154 Shawnee College Rd. Ullin, Illinois Telephone: (618) 845-3740 Alexander Hardin Johnson Massac Pope Pulaski Union


Roads & Buildings department of Illinois.
Roads and building scenario of Illinois.
Here are further guidelines.

Roads
Roads & Buildings./Public Works Department/PWD
State department of Roads & Buildings
Roads & Buildings human resources Illinois.
Illinois roads

Total length maintained by R&B Department : _______
Blacktopped : _______
Metalled : _______
Shingled : _______
Fair weather : _______
Jeepable : _______



Highway System

Railways
]illinois railroad map - Illinois Department of Transportation
Would you like to add anything?
Do you have any recommendations?

Statistics
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Illinois statistical areas
Map of the 102 counties of the State of Illinois

Police department of Illinois.
ILLINOIS STATE POLICE DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF HEADQUARTER POSTS AND COUNTIES SERVED
Which states border Illinois?
The following states directly border Illinois:
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Missouri
Wisconsin

Total land dimensions of Illinois
What is the total land area of Illinois?
Area: 57,918 sq.mi
Largest Cities:
Chicago | Aurora | Rockford | Joliet | Naperville | Springfield | Peoria | Elgin | Waukegan | Cicero

Population (2013):
12,882,135;

Zip Codes:
Illinois Zip Codes

Truthful, well behaved individuals from Illinois
Can you name some truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?
What are names and profiles of truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?

List of truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois 2014.
Top secret.
Last updated: March 30, 2015.
To be updated further.
Do you know any individuals who are truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?

Important places:
Here are further guidelines.

School education department of Illinois.
Schools in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many schools are there in Illinois?
Length of School Year: A minimum of 176 school days is required by Illinois state law.
Number of Public School Districts: There are 866 public school districts in Illinois.
Number of Public Schools: There are 4397 public schools in Illinois. ****
Number of Students Served in Public Schools: There are 2,083,097 public school students in Illinois.
Number of Teachers in Public Schools: There are 131,777 public school teachers in Illinois.****
Average Class Size: The average class size In Illinois is 15.8 students per 1 teacher. ****

What is the enrollment of schools in Illinois?
Illinois ranks as the 5th state in terms of student enrollment and 5th in terms of total number of schools. It ranks 12th for the student/teacher ratio and sits 30th for the percentage of students on free or reduced lunches.
Illinois Schools
Here are further facts.

Transportation department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Here are further guidelines.

Vehicles
How many total vehicles are in Illinois?
  1. Aircraft.

  2. Buses.

  3. Cars.

  4. Tanks.

  5. Trucks.

  6. Three wheelers.

  7. Two wheelers.

Water department of Illinois.
PHE
Water Resources and their Management in Illinois
Tap water
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Here are further guidelines.
Your Drinking Water Source

Tube well water
Tube well water

Lakes

Profiles of Illinois Lakes
Rivers
Illinois Rivers and Lakes Fact Sheets

Illinois Products
Illinois Economy
Agriculture Livestock

Beef cattle, milk, chickens and eggs.
Hogs

Crops

Corn
Soybeans, hay, wheat, rye, oats and grain sorghum.
Apples. Other fruit crops are melons and peaches.
Vegetable crops, asparagus, cabbage, lima beans and snap beans.
Manufacturing Cotton cloth
Machinery (construction equipment, farm machinery, machine tools)
The processed food being baked goods, breakfast cereals, candy, sausage, and spices. Other processed foods include dairy, sauces and soft drinks
Chemical manufacturing (cleaning solutions, pharmaceuticals) ranks third. Other chemical products include industrial chemicals, paint, and resins.
Mining Coal is the most important mined product of Illinois.
Petroleum, crushed stone, sand and gravel provide
asubstantiacontribution to the mining sector.
Other mineral products are clays and tripoli, an abrasive silica.
Services Government of Illinois
List of oil refineries
Name of Refinery Location Barrels per Day(Refining Capacity)
Lemont Refinery Lemont, Illinois 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
Joliet Refinery Joliet, Illinois 238,000 bbl/d (37,800 m3/d)
Robinson Refinery Robinson, Illinois 206,000 bbl/d (32,800 m3/d)
Wood River Refinery Wood River, Illinois 306,000 bbl/d (48,700 m3/d)
Joliet, Illinois
Counties
Will, Kendall

Townships
Joliet, Troy, Plainfield, Lockport, New Lenox, Jackson, Channahon, Seward, Na-Au-Say

Settled 1833
Incorporated 1852

Area

• Total 65.09 sq mi (168.60 km2)

• Land 64.43 sq mi (166.88 km2)

• Water 0.66 sq mi (1.72 km2)

Elevation 614 ft (187 m)

Population (2010)

• Total 147,433

• Estimate (2017) 148,462

• Rank 324234

• Density 2,301.10/sq mi (888.45/km2)

Time zone UTC-6 (CST)

• Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)

Zip codes 60431, 60432, 60433, 60434, 60435, 60436, 60586

Area codes 815, 779

FIPS code 17-38570

Lemont, Illinois
County Cook, Will, and DuPage

Township Lemont

Settled 1836

Area

• Total 8.58 sq mi (22.21 km2)

• Land 8.18 sq mi (21.18 km2)

• Water 0.40 sq mi (1.03 km2)

Population (2010) • Total 16,000

• Estimate (2016)[2] 16,895

• Density 2,065.91/sq mi (797.63/km2)

Time zone UTC-6 (CST)

• Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)

ZIP Code(s) 60439, 60490

Area code(s) 630

Robinson, Illinois
Robinson is a city in Crawford County, Illinois

County Crawford

Area

• Total 4.80 sq mi (12.43 km2)

• Land 4.74 sq mi (12.27 km2)

• Water 0.06 sq mi (0.16 km2)

Population (2010)

• Total 7,713

• Estimate (2016)[2] 7,596

• Density 1,603.89/sq mi (619.25/km2)

Time zone UTC-6 (CST)

• Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)

ZIP Code(s) 62454

Area code(s) 618

FIPS code 17-64707

Roxana, Illinois
Roxana is a village in Madison County, Illinois

County Madison

Founded 1921

Area

• Total 7.36 sq mi (19.07 km2)

• Land 7.23 sq mi (18.72 km2)

• Water 0.13 sq mi (0.34 km2)

Population (2010)

• Total 1,542

• Estimate (2016)[2] 1,474

• Density 203.87/sq mi (78.72/km2)

Time zone UTC-6 (CST)

• Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)

ZIP Code(s) 62084

Area code(s) 618

FIPS code 17-66131

Illinois Department of Agriculture
Zabiha Halal Meat Processors
PUBLIC HEALTH
(410 ILCS 637/) Halal Food Act.

Useful Internet Links for Illinois: What is on the list of useful Internet links for Illinois?
White Pages

The white pages in a phone book are for personal land line phone numbers and street addresses in a specific region. The white pages are organized alphabetically by name, with the surname (or last name) first, then first name followed by middle name or initial, if applicable. Everyone with a land line telephone service is registered with the phone book printer under the name of the phone service account unless they opt out of the phone book by calling the phone book company and asking to be on the red list. This red list will stop a person's name from appearing in the phone book and online on the phone book website.

Yellow Pages

Yellow pages are directory listings of businesses.

The yellow pages generally follow the white pages in the phone book, in the back half. The yellow pages are all business listings, with the name, number and address of local businesses. They differ from the white pages in that yellow pages are paid listings, meaning that businesses must pay for the listing in the book and can also pay extra money for larger more attention-grabbing ads. The second major difference is that the businesses are first listed by category and then in alphabetical order by name. For example, Tony's Pizza would be listed under the "Pizza" category and then between the two other pizza restaurants that come immediately before and after it alphabetically.

Blue/Green Pages

There is one other type of page that appears in phone books -- the blue (green in Canada) pages. These blue pages are the smallest section in the phone book and are purely the numbers for governments and human services. These are not paid pages and are a free service from the telephone book company. Most, if not all, of the numbers are "800" numbers, meaning they can be called at no charge, even if they would normally be considered long distance.
Last Updated: May 14, 2019