In the Village, the smallest touches make the biggest difference. Our charming streetscapes and beautifully maintained green spaces are adorned with award-winning landmarks, fountains and statues.
One of the most notable Village landmarks, the roundabout at Jackson Circle has been named “International Roundabout of The Year.” The beautifully landscaped roundabout is notable for its center fountain and manicured hedges amid a sea of green. One of the many visual amenities in the Village, it was designed and built by Brenwick Development.
Monuments honoring Oliver P. Morton and George Rogers Clark can be found In Harrison Park, as well as a a Greek Temple, Wellhouse and Gothic Gazebo.
Water flows through decorative fountains, placed in 12 locations throughout the Village, adding ambiance and charm.