About Elgin, IL
Elgin is a city located in Cook and Kane counties in northern Illinois, United States.
It was founded in 1835 and named after the Scottish hymn "The Song of Elgin."
Its total area is 38.60 square miles, with a population of 114,797, according to the 20202 censuses.
The city is known for its historic architecture, including the Elgin Tower Building, once the tallest building in Illinois outside of Chicago.
Also, Elgin can boast diverse culture, and ample opportunities for recreation and education, making it a dynamic and vibrant city.