Fox River Valley

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The name Fox River has been given to multiple rivers in both Illinois and Wisconsin. This page describes the Fox River located west of Chicago.

The Fox River Valley is a region in greater Chicagoland. It generally is centered around the Fox River, a major tributary of the Illinois River, and sits on the outer edge of the greater region. Like many other Chicagoland regions, it has two major anchors: the cities of Elgin and Aurora.

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  •    Aurora: The southern achor of the region, Aurora is the second largest city in Illinois.
  •    Elgin: The northern anchor of the region, Elgin is a major city in the Chicagoland area.

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