Moving In

So you’re moving to McLean County? Whether you’re relocating here to work for one of our Fortune 500 companies or you’re looking for a place to start your new business, we’re excited that you’ve chosen to call McLean County home!


Made up of more than 150,000 people and headquarters to State Farm Insurance, COUNTRY Financial, McLean County is home to Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, Heartland Community College and Lincoln College-Normal. In addition to education and industry, McLean County offers the amenities and sophisticated feel of a much larger city, while boasting a low cost of living and a strong housing market. Our unique characteristics have made McLean County one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People, one of the top 25 cities for recent college graduates, and one of the best small places for business and careers.


Whether you’re here for just a few years or become a resident for life, we know you’ll enjoy your time here in McLean County.

CLICK HERE to view our member real estate agents.

CLICK HERE to view our member insurance agencies.

CLICK HERE to view our member educational institutions.

CLICK HERE to view our member hotels and travel amenities
CLICK HERE to view our member daycares
CLICK HERE to view our member restaurants



Relocation Packets: 

The Chamber offers Relocation Packets as a service to our members and those interested in McLean County. These packets contain information concerning utilities, contact numbers, real estate information and much more!

You can download a relocation packet here or feel free to call our office for specific requests at (309)829-6344 or by contacting Diane Siron at




Community Map

Discover McLean County


The McLean County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with CommunityLink, has produced a large, detailed map of McLean County, including Bloomington, Normal and the surrounding communities, as well as key tourist attractions throughout the area.


These maps are now available at the Chamber office, 2203 E Empire Street in Bloomington, free of charge.


You can also click here to view the map online.


For the latest geographic information for our area, visit the McLean County Regional Planning Commission web site.