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Oswego is a village in Kendall County, Illinois. The village population, according to the 2010 census, is 30,355. Its population has more than doubled since the 2000 census count of 13,326.

Oswego is known to some Chicago area residents for the town dragstrip, open from 1955 until 1979, where muscle cars were raced by drivers from all over the Midwest.

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In 1833, William Smith Wilson, his wife Rebecca, and his brother-in-law Daniel Pearce moved to the area now known as Oswego. The land was officially owned by the local Potowatomi, Ottawa, and Chippewa tribes, but the United States government removed the Native Americans when the government started surveying the land along the Fox River in Kendall County. In 1842, the federal government placed the land for sale at an established price of $1.25 an acre.

Major community developments began when Caterpillar, Inc. and Western Electric decided to build industrial plants near Oswego in the mid-1950s. This initially allowed nearby Boulder Hill to develop. The next major development arrived in the mid-1980s during the suburban homebuilding boom, which allowed houses and buildings to populate the village. The rapid growth of the village allowed its limits to expand west of the Fox River into today’s boundaries.

Oswego IL Movers for Residential Clients

If you are getting ready for a residential move, you are probably wondering how you are going to do it all. Well, it’s time to stop the worrying! When you hire Jackson Moving & Storage our team of Oswego IL movers can provide all the services for you. You will be left with more time to tend to other items on your list such as switching over utilities and forwarding your address. If you would like to do the packing yourself, then we would simply come and pick up the items and deliver them to your new home.

Moving to Oswego IL Services for Commercial Clients

Our Oswego IL movers understand how important it is to relocate your business without disrupting your work. We can move desks and filing cabinets without cleaning out the contents.

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Then, when we deliver them to the new location, they will still be full and ready to use. We can also set up equipment and store items as needed in our records storage facility.

When you are looking for Oswego IL moving companies, look no further than Jackson Moving & Storage. With stellar services and fair prices, we are the obvious choice when it comes to movers in Oswego. If you will be relocating across town, to another state or even to another country, If you will be relocating across town, to another state or even to another country, Contact us today at (773) 687-0510 for more information. Today at (773) 687-0510 for more information.

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About Oswego, IL

Oswego is a village in Kendall and Will Counties, Illinois, United States. Per the 2020 census, the population was 34,485. Oswego is the largest municipality in Kendall County. It is a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. == History == In 1833, William Smith Wilson, his wife Rebecca, and his brother-in-law Daniel Pearce moved to the area now known as Oswego. The land belonged to the local Potawatomi, Ottawa, and Chippewa tribes, but the United States government removed the Native Americans when the government started surveying the land along the Fox River in Kendall County. In 1842, the federal government placed the land for sale at an established price of $1.25 an acre.After the sale of the land, Lewis Brinsmaid Judson and Levi F. Arnold from New York laid out the village and named it "Hudson". However, when a post office was established, its location was given as "Lodi". Confusion over the official name of the area led to a decision in January 1837, when the citizens gathered and voted "Oswego" as the permanent name of the village by a single vote. The ford across the Fox River in the town allowed Oswego to grow economically and as a town, eventually incorporated in 1852 with its village boundaries at the time being Harrison Street to the northwest, Jefferson Street to the northeast, Monroe Street to the southeast, and Benton Street to the southwest.



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