Cities, Towns and Villages in Lee County, Illinois

Here is a list of all the cities towns and villages in Lee County, Illinois

This is Lee County, Illinois, where picturesque landscapes and small-town charm create a tranquil setting.

Here is a list of all the cities, towns, and villages in Lee County, Illinois:


  1. Amboy
  2. Dixon


  1. Alto
  2. Amboy
  3. Ashton
  4. Bradford
  5. Brooklyn
  6. Dixon
  7. East Grove
  8. Franklin Grove
  9. Hamilton
  10. Harmon
  11. Lee Center
  12. Marion
  13. May
  14. Nachusa
  15. Nelson
  16. Palmyra
  17. Reynolds
  18. South Dixon
  19. Sublette
  20. Viola
  21. Willow Creek
  22. Wyoming


  1. Ashton
  2. Compton
  3. Franklin Grove
  4. Harmon
  5. Lee
  6. Nelson
  7. Paw Paw
  8. Steward
  9. Sublette
  10. West Brooklyn

Unincorporated communities

  1. Binghampton
  2. The Burg

Quick Facts about Lee county, Illinois

Here are some quick facts about Lee county, Illinois:

  • County Seat: Dixon
  • Founded: 1839
  • Area: Approximately 725 square miles
  • Population: Around 34,000
  • Geography: Located in north-central Illinois.
  • Economy: Historically tied to agriculture, with contributions from industry and commerce.
  • Notable City: Dixon is the largest city and serves as the county seat.
  • Education: Home to local school districts and educational institutions.
  • Recreation: Offers parks, outdoor activities, and cultural events.
  • Notable Landmarks: Lowell Park, Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home, and local historical sites contribute to the county’s character.
  • Official website:

How much does it cost to record in Lee County Illinois?

  • The fee for standard documents is $88. The fee for an RHSP exempt standard document is $69.

What is the county seat of Lee County IL?

  • Dixon is a city and the county seat of Lee County, Illinois, United States.

How did Lee County Illinois get its name?

  • Named for Richard Henry Lee, an orator and statesman of the American Revolutionary period, a member of the Continental Congress, a Representative in Congress and United States Senator from Virginia.

What makes up Lee County?