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We are actively trying to preserve the historic structures, sites, and landmarks within our community.
The original Millburn Historic District is comprised of 18 buildings and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The original Millburn Historic District is now referred to locally as the Central Millburn Historic District. The Historic Preservation Commission of the Village of Old Mill Creek designated this district and the South Millburn Historic District as a local historic districts. The local Central and South Millburn Historic Districts were combined into one local historic district, called the Millburn Historic District of the Village of Old Mill Creek, Illinois. The green and white signs mark the boundaries of the local historic district. (Note: While included on the national and/or state registers, three structures on the north side of Millburn Road east of Route 45 are not included in the local historic district at the request of the property owners.)
We are quite proud that we have one of these homes listed on the Illinois Register.
We know you can read all of this later and that you might want to start with the photos of the buildings in the original historic district which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Pardon our "dust." We are still working on uploading information about the following: