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Peoria and surrounding communities are rich with loyal businesses - many PACVB members - striving to make your event successful by welcoming your incoming guests and providing the services needed along the way. From florists and caterers to sound and video professionals, printers, car rentals and more, our service managers can connect you to the appropriate professionals you need. No problem! Click below to view a current listing of members from our Business Directory.

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Village of Manito Economic Development
9776 Warner Rd.
Manito, IL 61546
(309) 208-4246 
Fax: 309-968-6780
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Contact: Nancy Proehl
Located in northern Mason County, 35 minutes south of Peoria, Manito is situated atop the Mahomet-Teays Aquifer. With an abundant water supply, center pivot irrigations are very common. This friendly little railroad village is the gateway to “The Imperial Valley of the Midwest.” The area produces a variety of crops including seed corn, sweet corn, green beans, popcorn, pumpkins, melons, and sweet peas. Hunting, fishing, hiking and camping are also popular at nearby Spring Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area and Sand Ridge State Forest.

Village of Morton Tourism
375 W. Birchwood St
Morton, IL 61550
(309) 266-5135 
Fax: 309-266-5508
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Village of Peoria Heights
4901 North Prospect
Peoria Heights, IL 61616
(309) 686-2385 
Fax: (309) 686-2379
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Contact: Matthew Fick
"City Convenience, Village Charm" This is not just an empty slogan. Peoria Heights lies in the center of a metropolitan population base of around 300,000, but our Village has only about 6500 residents. In other words, we have the opportunity to enjoy what a large city can offer, but we also can partake in the advantages that a small community gives . . . and they are many! Peoria Heights has a vibrant and exciting shopping area . . . a throwback to the shopping you might remember from a generation or two ago.

  Village of Princeville
120 N. Walnut Ave.
Princeville, IL 61559
309 385-4765 
Fax: (309) 385-2631
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Contact: Sue Hofer

Welcome to Princeville!

The village of Princeville was incorporated in 1874. Princeville is part of the Peoria Metropolitan Statistical area, and is located just 15 miles from the city, an urban population center of more 350,000. Princeville is linked by Interstate 74 and State Highways 90 and 91. The Burlington Northern - Santa Fe railroad passes along the village’s south side.

Princeville Area residents work to maintain its friendly, safe, clean and diverse image. The village, with its active and prosperous downtown, strives to enhance its economic vitality through retention and expansion of local businesses, new job creation and tax revenue. The people seek to build a modern infrastructure to support growth, while maintaining its small-town charm and sense of family and community.

Princeville is a "small in size, big in opportunities" and is home to Princeville High Scholl, Princeville Grade School and numerous businesses. History, hiking and camping are popular at nearby Jubilee State Park. Come visit the Princeville Heritage Museum, the Princeville Aquatic Center (limited season) and the Rock Island Trail located within the Village of Princeville.

Vitale's Pizza Cellar
402 S. Main St
Princeton, IL 61356
SUBS - PASTA - PIZZA We deliver! Tues.-Fri, 11-2 Lunch Tues.-Thurs., Sun 4-11 Fri. & Sat. 4-12 Closed Monday

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