Many of Justice's early residents and their descendants still live in this small, once rural village. Founded in 1911, the village remained an agricultural community until the middle of this century when progress in the form of expressways overtook it.
However, in size it remains little changed. Justice is still a small, friendly town, still reflecting the ethnic heritage of its Polish and Lithuanian founders. Single family homes dominate in the neighborhoods, augmented by six-flats and townhome complexes.
A Tax Increment Financing district encourages new development and business development is taking place in the village's Tollview Industrial Park. Transportation is readily available. The Stevenson Expressway is only a few minutes northwest and I-294 is just to its south.
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