The State of Illinois has ordered non-essential establishments to close and for residents to stay at home and "shelter in place". The Village of Towanda is committed to remaining available and ready to serve the community.
This will require some adjustments to our normal routines, and we appreciate your patience during this time. At this time if you need us contact us via phone or email using the links below.
Towanda, Illinois is located in McLean County in central Illinois - at exit 171 along Interstate Route 55, a few miles northeast of the twin cities of Bloomington/Normal. It was founded on May 5, 1875 and in 2010 had a population of 480.
The village serves rural residents in Towanda and Money Creek Townships, which include nearby Lamplighter, Walnut Grove, and Indian Creek subdivisions.
Close to everything, and far enough to leave it all behind.Every resident
The first settlers arrived in 1822 in what are now Towanda and Money Creek Townships in McLean County in central Illinois... And we're still here in 2020!
Started in 1926, and stretching to California, check out our piece of this motoring legend with a bike path, linear park and a yearly celebration of our section of The Mother Road
Almost as interesting as the facts are the edits folks make about us. It only mentions one notable person from Towanda, but anyone who lives here might dispute that.
Located on the southeast corner of the village and serving Kindergarten through 5th grade students. "Unit 5 will educate each student to achieve personal excellence."