The Burnham Plan Centennial - Bold Plans, Big Dreams

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Incorporated in 1907, the Village of Burnham, Illinois links the southern suburbs to the neighboring State of Indiana and the City of Chicago.

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Centennial Activities

Burnham Greenway Gap

Illinois Department of Natural Resources

Of all the Green Legacy projects, perhaps none could be more productive in bringing together unconnected green infrastructure than closing the Burnham Greenway gap—the missing link in a crossroads of several trails of regional, state and national significance. This keystone location of strategic importance is a two-mile gap in the 11-mile Burnham Greenway, a former railroad right-of-way linking Chicago to Lansing. Closing the Burnham Greenway gap is a major Green Legacy goal and creates a hub tying together hundreds of miles of local, state and inter-state trails. [MORE]

Village of Burnham


Village of Burnham
14450 Manistee Ave.
Burnham, IL 60633
708-862-9155 (fax)
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