About South Elgin, IL
South Elgin is a village in Kane County, Illinois.
Its population is about 23,865 people, with a total area of 7.26 square miles.
The village's original name was Clintonville, in honor of early settler James Clinton. The name South Elgin was adopted in 1907.
Today, the village is known for its top-notch schools, thriving local economy, and scenic parks. Its residents also take pride in their strong sense of community, evident in the numerous local events and festivals held throughout the year.