About Joliet, IL
Joliet is a city with a rich history and diverse culture in Will and Kendall counties, Illinois.
It was founded in 1833 and named after the French-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet.
According to the 2020 census, Joliet had an estimated population of over 150,000 people, with a total area of 65.82 square miles.
The city is known for its appearances in popular culture, including being featured in movies like "The Blues Brothers" and the TV series "Prison Break." Furthermore, Joliet is located along one of the most famous highways in the United States, Route 66.
Joliet has a thriving arts and cultural scene, with several art galleries, theaters, and museums to explore the city's history.