Welcome to Reddick, IL

Incorporated in 1890 at the intersection of two prominent railroads, located in the farthest northeast corner of Livingston County and the farthest western part of Kankakee County, the Village of Reddick epitomizes rural farm town living in the heart of Illinois. From its historic church and gymnasium to seeing the horizon in all directions, Reddick offers a beauty during harvest-time unmatched by most of the country.  There is a profound history in Reddick whose residents have been successful politicians, businessmen and educators.  At the core of Reddick’s character is the farming community and the former home of the R.U.C.E. (Reddick, Union Hill, Campus and Essex) Community School District.  The small town charm and appeal of Reddick is most evident in its churches, especially around the holidays as it paints a postcard picture of small town living at its finest!

Historic Gymnasium – Reddick, IL

Historic Gymnasium – Reddick, IL
Built in 1951 by Clarence Gall, the Reddick High School gymnasium is up for Historic Preservation in Kankakee County Illinois due to its rare engineering...

The War Memorial in Reddick

The War Memorial in Reddick
Honoring the veterans of the Reddick IL community who served in World War 2, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.  This memorial also offers...

Lake Shannon in Rural Reddick

Lake Shannon in Rural Reddick
Lake Shannon, or as it is commonly referred to, Shannon Shores, is a private lakeside community owned by Lake Shannon, Inc.  It resides about 4...

The Lions Hall and Basketball Court in Reddick

The Lions Hall and Basketball Court in Reddick
The Lions Hall has been home to many celebrations and meetings.  The building was originally two stories and included a roller rink and was the...

Churches

Churches
Methodist Church in Reddick St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Reddick The Zoar Church in Reddick

The Banker’s Pub in Reddick, IL

The Banker’s Pub in Reddick, IL
Formerly the Reddick State Bank, the Banker’s Pub has been serving the public for over half a century.  The Banker’s Pub has an historic bar...