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    Hickory Hills Real Estate

    Welcome to Hickory Hills!  Hickory Hills is 15 miles southwest of Chicago.  It is predominately residential.

    Hickory Hills History

    Hickory Hills was incorporated in 1951.  It is names for its rolling hills and hickory trees.

    Population: 14,179

    Arts/ Entertainment: Things To Do

    The Hickory Hills Park District hosts a variety of events through the year—like the Children’s Christmas Party, etc.

    Hickory Hills also has about 10 public parks.
    Splash Pad
    Skate Park
    Sled Hill

    Local Transit


    Hickory Hills does not have it’s own train line.  However, it is close to Palos Heights’ (Southwest Hwy) Metra SouthWest Service (Manhattan to Chicago’s Union Station) Station.

    Roads/ Highways

    The main roads in town are 95th Street (east-west) and Roberts Road (north-south).  Hickory Hills is also conveniently located next to i-294, which allows commuters easy access to Chicago and other areas.

    Hickory Hills’ Educational Opportunities

    Grades K-8
    School District 117
    School District 109
    St. Patricia
    High School
    High School District 230
    High School District 217
    Higher Education
    Lewis University
    Moraine Valley Community College
    Northwest College
    St. Xavier University

    Hickory Hills Area Healthcare

    Palos Community Hospital
    Little Company of Mary Hospital
    Adventist LaGrange Memorial Hospital