Mt. Pulaski

Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, is a town of 1,800 people quietly nestled in the southeastern part of Logan County amidst some of the richest farmland in the world. Mt. Pulaski is home to one of two remaining original courthouses where Abraham Lincoln practiced law on the Illinois 8th Judicial Circuit [1849 - 1854].  Our combination of friendly people, historic charm and central location makes Mt. Pulaski a great place to visit  and an even better place to live.

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Report: Retail Trade Summary

Website: www.MtPulaskiIL.com
Zip Code: 62548
Estimated Population: 1,632

City Hall: 113 S Lafayette  |  (217) 792-3222
Mayor: Jim Fuhrer   |  (217) 792-3222
Zoning (City): (217) 792-3222
Building Permits (City): (217) 792-3222
Water (City): (217) 792-3222

Mt Pulaski TIF District (click for larger image)

Sewer (City): (217) 648-2351
Electric: Ameren CILCO   |   (888) 672-5252
Gas: Ameren CILCO   |   (888) 672-5252
Telephone: Frontier Communications   |  (800) 483-5000
Cable TV: Comcast   |   (866) 266-2278
Geographic Coordinates: 40°0′36″N 89°17′4″W