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Prime Tree Care, Inc.

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Prime Tree Care, Inc.

12128 Greenwood Ave, Blue Island
Blue Island Illinois 60406
United States

+13124983984

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Prime Tree Care, Inc., Blue Island. Our certified arborists are highly trained and experienced in all aspects of tree maintenance, from diagnosing problems and diseases, to providing tree removal and pruning services. We are committed to providing the highest quality tree care services to the residents and businesses of Blue Island. Our goal is to maintain the health and beauty of your trees, while also enhancing the value of your property. Whether you need tree trimming, tree pruning, tree removal, or any other tree service, we have the knowledge and experience to get the job done right.

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About Blue Island

Blue Island is a city in Cook County, Illinois, United States, located approximately 16 miles (26 km) south of Chicago's Loop. Blue Island is adjacent to the city of Chicago and shares its northern boundary with that city's Morgan Park neighborhood. The population was 22,558 at the 2020 United States Census. Blue Island was established in the 1830s as a way station for settlers traveling on the Vincennes Trace, and the settlement prospered because it was conveniently situated a day's journey outside of Chicago. The late-nineteenth-century historian and publisher Alfred T. Andreas made the following observation regarding the appearance of the young community in History of Cook County Illinois (1884), "The location of Blue Island Village is a beautiful one. Nowhere about Chicago is there to be found a more pleasant and desirable resident locality."Since its founding, the city has been an important commercial center in the south Cook County region, although its position in that respect has been eclipsed in recent years as other significant population centers developed around it and the region's commercial resources became spread over a wider area. In addition to its broad long-standing industrial base, the city enjoyed notable growth in the 1840s during the construction of the feeder canal (now the Calumet Sag Channel) for the Illinois and Michigan Canal and as the center of a large brick-making industry beginning in the 1850s, which eventually gave Blue Island the status of brick-making capital of the world. Beginning in 1883, Blue Island was also host to the car shops of the Rock Island Railroad. Blue Island was home to several breweries, who used the east side of the hill to store their product before the advent of refrigeration, until the Eighteenth Amendment made these breweries illegal in 1919. A large regional hospital and two major clinics are also located in the city.

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