Cities, Towns, and Villages in Perry County, Illinois

Here is a list of all the cities, towns, and villages in Perry county, Illinois

Perry County is in Illinois. According to the 2020 census, it had a population of 20,945. Its county seat is Pinckneyville. It is located in the southern portion of Illinois known as “Little Egypt”.

Here is a list of all the cities, towns, and villages in Perry county, Illinois:

Cities in Perry county, Illinois

  1. Du Quoin
  2. Pinckneyville

Unincorporated communities

  1. Conant
  2. Denmark
  3. Denny
  4. Layfield
  5. Matthews
  6. Old Du Quoin
  7. Pyatts
  8. Rice
  9. Sunfield
  10. Swanwick
  11. Todds Mill
  12. Winkle


  1. Cutler
  2. St. Johns
  3. Tamaroa
  4. Willisville

Quick Facts about Perry county, Illinois

Here are some quick facts about Perry county, Illinois:

  • Official Website:
  • County Seat: Pinckneyville
  • Founded: 1827
  • Area: Approximately 442 square miles
  • Population: Around 20,000
  • Geography: Located in southern Illinois.
  • Economy: Historically tied to agriculture, with contributions from industry and commerce.
  • Notable City: Pinckneyville is the largest city and serves as the county seat.
  • Education: Home to local school districts.
  • Recreation: Offers parks, outdoor activities, and cultural events.
  • Notable Landmarks: Pyramid State Recreation Area, Perry County Jail Museum, and local historical sites contribute to the county’s character.

How much is the recording fee in Perry County Illinois?

  • $30.04. Recording Fees. Basic Recording Fee includes County recording fee of $30.04, GIS fee of $23, Automation fee of $11.96, Rental Housing Support tax of $9.

Who pays recording fees in Illinois?

  • The BUYER usually pays for the following: Document preparation (if applicable) All new loan charges (except those the lender requires the seller to pay) E Recording fee.

Who pays for title insurance in Illinois?

  • Title insurance: Illinois contracts generally require the seller to pay for a title search and title insurance for the buyer. Cost is based on the sale price and only varies slightly between title companies.

Does Illinois use title companies?