Momence is a city located along the Kankakee River, approximately 55 miles south of Chicago.
Momence has a rich history, dating back to its founding in the 19th century. Originally designated as "Lower Crossing," the city acquired its name from a prominent local Potawatomi figure, Isadore Moness.
As of the 2020 census, the population of Momence was around 3,000 residents, with a total area of 1.67 square miles.
Parks, recreational facilities, agriculture, and manufacturing within the city enhance the economy and the overall quality of life for the community.