Chatham is a village in Sangamon County, Illinois, United States. The village lies along the original alignment of historic U.S. Route 66 (Illinois Route 4). Chatham is part of the Springfield, Illinois metropolitan area, located about 5 minutes south of the capital city.
According to the United States Census Bureau in 2012, the estimated population is 11,946, with the village having a total area of 5.0 square miles (12.9 km2), all of it land.
Location South of City of Springfield.
More information can be found on the Village of Chatham website.
The Ball-Chatham Community Unit School District, a recognized leader in progressive education, engages and equips all students to achieve their unique potential through broad and diverse learning experience.
Ball-Chatham Community Unit School District #5
Phone: (217) 498-6210
Illinois State Board of Education - Illinois Report Card - BALL CHATHAM CUSD 5
|CHATHAM AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT
Opened in 1970, the Chatham Community Library originated as a project of the Woman's Club of Chatham. Since that time, the library has seen numerous expansions.
Phone: (217) 483-2713
Chatham is a growing, thriving community with business growth. For more detailed information, visit the Chatham Chamber website linked below.
- Chatham Baptist Church
1500 E Walnut St
Phone: (217) 483-2471
- Chatham Presbyterian Church
1835 E Walnut St.
Phone: (217) 483-4204
- Chatham United Methodist Church
104 W Chestnut St
Phone: (217) 483-2132
- Joseph The Worker Catholic Parish
700 East Spruce St.
Phone: (217) 483-3772
- St. John’s Lutheran Church
1225 N. Main St
Phone: (217) 483-2612
- Sugar Creek United Methodist
1022 New City Rd
Phone: (217) 483-2270