3D ultrasound Lake in the Hills


Featured city of the week of May 24 to May 29, 2010.

If you are from Lake in the Hills, IL, and you are pregnant, congratulations! Your city is now the featured city at First Peek Ultrasound. During this week, you can receive a FREE 3D ultrasound (First Peek Package, normally priced at $59).

If you live in the city that is featured and you are pregnant, all you have to do is call us, tell us that your city is featured as the city of the week, and we will book your appointment at an available time of your choice for any day this week. Or you can schedule online.

You must have a valid driver's license or library card of the featured city to qualify for the free 3d ultrasound.


If you would like to have your city or small town featured on our website, please email us at firstpeek@oakparkultrasound.com with the name of your town and what makes your town interesting.

List of other featured cities in the past.

Coming from Lake in the Hills to get a 3D ultrasound?

First Peek Ultrasound is located in Oak Park, IL. Our address is
    7121A W. North Ave.
    Oak Park, IL 60302.
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Map to First Peek Ultrasound at 7121A W. North Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302


Directions from Lake in the Hills, IL
We are located just 15 minutes from downtown Chicago and about 1 hour from Lake in the Hills, IL.

When coming from Lake in the Hills, depending on where you are coming from, head south on Randall Road or Crystal Lake Road or Hilltop Drive or Pyott Road until you reach Algonquin Road.
Turn left at Algonquin Rd., (so that you are going east on Algonquin).
Turn right on Main St. which is also IL-31 S, which will become Western Ave. and then will become 8th St.
Merge onto the highway, I-90 E.
Continue on I-90E for about 13 miles until you reach I-290.
Take I-290 E for about 21 miles until you reach the Harlem Ave. exit.
Take the Harlem exit, exit number 21B. This exit will be on the left hand side of the highway.
Turn left on Harlem, going north, for 1 mile, until you reach Lake Street.
Make a right turn on Lake Street.
You will see the Shaker Building on your left-hand side. It is a large building with green awnings, located on Marion and Lake Street.


For Parking
Continue down Lake Street until you see the first traffic light, which is Marion Ave.
Make a left turn on Marion Ave (between Barbara's Bookstore and Chase Bank) and make a left turn into the Holly Court parking lot immediately behind the building.
Go past the metered parking spaces in the parking lot and enter the parking structure.
Parking is free for the first hour in this parking structure. Parking is only $1 for the hour after that.
You can then enter the building via the back entrance.

Feel free to call us at 708-870-0808 for directions for your upcoming appointment at First Peek Ultrasound.

First Peek Ultrasound proudly serves Lake in the Hills, IL. Come visit us and see for yourself why First Peek Ultrasound is Lake in the Hills' favorite 3D ultrasound studio.




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I would like to request and recommend my city Lake in the Hills, IL, because we are one of the fastest growing cities in the Chicago suburbs and also have the best people living here. Whether you are single, married, a teenager, or college student, there is always something to do for you and your friends in this town. Our city is also very clean and a great environment to be raised in. I hope that my city, Lake in the Hills, gets picked for a featured city. Thank you!

- Nicole M., Lake in the Hills, IL


Location of Lake in the Hills, IllinoisLocation of Lake in the Hills in Illinois

Lake in the Hills, IL, (often abbreviated LITH) is a village in McHenry County, located about 1 hour from Oak Park. The population was 23,152 at the 2000 census. But a 2006 special census put the village's population at 29,175. The village is most known for its rampant residential growth which occurred most heavily in the 1990s.

Lake in the Hills Village Seal
Lake in the Hills Village Seal

Once a sleepy lakeside village of cottages and small ranches, its population skyrocketed as developers flocked to the area in the 1990s. Its population increased by 17,000 people (a nearly 400% increase) over this period, making it one of the most rapidly growing suburbs of Chicago and in the United States at that time. At the height of its building boom, the village issued over 1,000 residential building permits in 1995. In the late 1990s, the village faced the challenge of providing adequate services and infrastructure as well as establishing an identity and community unity, since many community services (libraries, schools, fire districts) were pre-delegated to neighboring communities like Huntley, Algonquin, and Crystal Lake. However, the village continues to expand its resources and community offerings and is also endeavoring to diversify its tax base and provide more commercial and industrial businesses. Lake in the Hills Airport, convenient shopping and entertainment along Randall Road, low crime, well-kept neighborhoods, abundant community activities, and an excellent parks system helps the village continue to maintain an excellent reputation and a place that people want to continue to live in or visit. The village is also noted for being the vegetarian chili capital of the Midwest.