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The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) encompasses the communities and counties along the historic 97-mile Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor. The Heritage Corridor spans from the Chicago Portage Area just southwest of Chicago to LaSalle-Peru including the counties of Will, Grundy, LaSalle and Putnam. The region conveniently located along I-55 from Chicago to Joliet along I-80 west to LaSalle-Peru.

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Joliet Public Library

Joliet Public Library

150. N. Ottawa Street
Joliet, IL 60432
Fax: 815-740-6161
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The Joliet Public Library was established in 1876 and has been housed in the building designed by Daniel H Burnham on Ottawa Street since 1903. The building is constructed of Joliet limestone and features a prominent statue of explorer, Louis Joliet on the front lawn. The Main Library was expanded to its current size in 1991. In 2002, the Black Road Branch opened and broadened the range of the library to the west side of the city. Make sure you stop by and check out a good book! 

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