Streator, IL Cash Advances and Title Loans
|Loan Options in Streator, IL||Loan Limit*|
|Cash Advance/Installment Loans||$2,650|
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What Do You Need To Bring In
- Your most recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
- The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
- A personal check and/or debit card
- Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
Half a mile north of Anderson Field Golf Course and Northpoint Shopping Center.
From Main Street (Hwy. 18) go north on Bloomington Street (Hwy. 23) for 2.5 miles. The Cash Store will be on the right in the Walmart shopping center at the corner of Bloomington and Marilla Park Road across the street from the Kroger shopping center.
Streator, IL FactsStraddling both LaSalle and Livingston counties, the town of Streator, Illinois is situated along the Vermillion River about 80 miles southwest of Chicago. The area was first visited by Europeans in the late 1600s when Frenchmen Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet explored the region and made the area a part of France’s New World region called La Louisiane. Streator was created and named after Mr. Worthy S. Streator, an Ohio coal financier who invested in the first business venture in the city, a local mining operation.
Streator boomed as the demand for coal from nearby Chicago rose and as more and more European immigrants came into town to work in the coal mines. In fact, many of the city’s current residents can trace their roots back to the early days of Streator. Clay and shale also fueled the city’s growth, as well as a glass-bottle industry that continues today and employs a number of the city’s 13,500 residents.
Streator’s lush natural scenery makes it a destination for outdoor recreation. The 37-acre Spring Lake Nature Park features a waterfall and gorgeous trails with venues for bird-watching, horseback riding and fishing. Canoe the Vermilion is a service that offers instruction, access and equipment for sailing the river at a reasonable rate. Like so many Illinois small towns, Streator also has its share of historical sites. The Weber House and Garden and the Riverview Cemetery, in particular, welcome visitors for a peek into the city’s past.
|Streator, IL Living Costs|
|Median Home Cost||
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||
|Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms||$724.00|
|Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner||$27.25|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$53.33|
|Average Electric Bill||$89.22|
|Average Cable TV Bill||$54.00|
|Average Phone Bill||$32.59|
|Streator, IL Activities Costs|
|Streator Park Fest - Admission||Free|
|Roamer Cruise Night||Free|
|Engle Lane Theatre - Musicals||$10.00|
|Engle Lane Theatre - Comedies and Dramas||$20.00|
|Engle Lane Theatre - 12 yrs and Under||$15.00|
|Pipe Dreams Music Festival||Free|
|Light Up Streator||Free|
|Weber House and Garden - Adults||$8.00|
|Weber House and Garden - Students||$5.00|
|Riverview Cemetery Tour||Free|
|Streatorland Historical Society Museum||Free|
|Spring Lake Nature Park||Free|
|Canoe the Vermilion||$45.00|
|Streator, IL Sporting Event Costs|
|Dallas Cowboys Streator Township High School Football - Adult Season Pass||$12.00|
|Streator Township High School Football - Student Season Pass||$9.00|
|Dirty Mudder Bike Race at Marilla Park||$25.00|
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