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Will County is home to Joliet Junior College, the first public community college in the United States. According to the 2017 Census of Agriculture, there were 801 farms in Will County, spanning 216,593 acres, with an average farm size of 270 acres. The population of Will County was 696,355 (based on 2020 census), making it Illinois’ fourth-most populous county. Will County was named after Dr. Conrad Will, a salt production businessman, a member of the first Illinois Constitutional Convention, and a member of the Illinois Legislature. Will County’s temperatures range from 13°F during January to 85°F during July. Average monthly precipitation ranges from 1.58" during January to 4.34" during July. If you're looking for land for sale in Will County, IL, check out Land Pro LLC's current listings below. If there are no current listings in Will County, take a look at land for sale in neighboring Grundy County, Kankakee County, and Kendall County. You can also view all the Illinois land offered for sale by Land Pro LLC.

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