Welcome to Saunemin, IL

First settled in the 1860’s at what is now the intersections of Illinois Routes 47 and 116 and was moved to its present location in 1879 when the Wabash Railroad was built. There have been many notable people that once called Saunemin home. Perhaps the most notable is Albert D. J. Cashier (a.k.a. Jennie Hodgers) whose home is on display here was Albert’s gravesite. Saunemin is a friendly and safe place to live and raise a family with an excellent school system including a Fitness Center that was realized by a joint venture between the School District and the Village. There is a very active, community-minded Church and a Community Center for events, club activities and is available for wedding receptions, parties, etc.

Cashier Historic Home – Civil War Attraction in Saunemin, IL

Cashier Historic Home – Civil War Attraction in Saunemin, IL
Northwest Corner of Center and Maple Streets – Go East on Route 116, and then go North on Maple St one block. Home of Albert...

Saunemin Fitness Center

Saunemin Fitness Center
South end of Saunemin School at 39 Main St. Monday-Friday – 6 am to 10 am, 3 pm to 9 pm Saturday-Sunday – Noon-6 pm...

Mulligan’s Saunemin Tap

Mulligan’s Saunemin Tap
Mulligan’s Saunemin Tap is located at 60 North St.  Great food, great service, and great value!  And some of the best ribs in Livingston County.

Saunemin Village Park with Pavilion

Saunemin Village Park with Pavilion
Well maintained Park located on North side of Saunemin at corner of Lafayette and Tile Streets.

Saunemin United Methodist Church

Saunemin United Methodist Church
Saunemin United Methodist Church 70 North St is a church with people who have a heart for the community, its families, its children, and its...

Saunemin School District #438 Baseball Field

Saunemin School District #438 Baseball Field
Saunemin School District #438 Baseball Field located at intersections of Illinois Routes 116 and 47.  The field is used for school activities and other traveling...