Perks of Autumn Glen Subdivision

Autumn Glen Subdivision

Glen Carbon, Illinois 62034


The Autumn Glen Subdivision website is to conveniently provide its homeowners useful information for leisure reading or reference only.  Autumn Glen Homeowners Association does not accept any responsibility or liability whatsoever as the information on this site is merely nothing more than a convenience to the residents of  Autumn Glen Subdivision!


In a nutshell, Autumn Glen Subdivision is well positioned for its residents to take full advantage of all surrounding amenities!  For other leisure reading / research, recommending to check out and follow the Villages' Facebook page!!

Last Update: August 17, 2020

Beyond the fun stuff, education is equally important but yet even more impressive!


Edwardsville Community Unit District 7 School System is a top ranked educational system throughout Illinois.  The district serves in all capacities to facilitate learning to Pre-Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle School, and High School levels.  In addition to the public school system there are multiple private school systems also being awarded as top ranked education systems within their own educational communities.

In addition to the school district, the surrounding area is also home to Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville (SIUE).

SUIE is a NCAA Division 1 institution and member of the Ohio Valley Conference.  SIUE is nationally recognized for providing students with a quality education which is more affordable than other comparable Division 1 universities.  Amazingly however, SIUE is less than 6 miles from the entrance of Autumn Glen's Subdivision! 

Great educational opportunities may possibly lead to great employment opportunities too, as Employment Opportunities throughout the metropolitan Saint Louis area  are endless! 

Autumn Glen is less than 20 miles from  downtown Saint Louis, a short 3 miles to Glen Carbon's Business District, about 5 miles to downtown Edwardsville, just 10 miles to Edwardsville's Industrial Business District, and slightly under 55 miles to Springfield (Illinois' State Capital City); having this type of access to these many different options in either the big or even smaller surrounding cities eliminates many limits to possibly finding ample gainful employment.

Located in Madison County, Glen Carbon Illinois, Autumn Glen Subdivision is perfectly centered among all the great features the Village of Glen Carbon  and other surrounding cities offer.


Less than 3 miles to Glen Carbon's business district, which has several retail and grocery stores, restaurants, home improvement businesses, banks, gas stations, antique shops, and other general services (auto mechanic, cell phone services, etc...) all allowing home owners immediate access to a variety of different businesses and services.


The Village also operates 3 parks, 2 primary walking / biking trails,  and 1 library all within a short walk from Autumn Glen's Subdivision entrance ...


Parks

  • Village Hall Park located literally next door to Autumn Glen Subdivision, is a 3-acre facility directly behind Village Hall at 151 North Main Street, this park usage is mainly for sporting events. 


  • Ray M Schon Park another park within 500 feet of Autumn Glen Subdivision, sits directly across from Village Hall on Main Street.  This park offers family fun, children obstacles, a perfect place to rejuvenate and relax either alone or with family.  This park also provides access to the 15 mile long Nickel Plate Bike Trail.


  • Miner Park located in Old Town, the entrance to the park is located between the American Legion Post and Glen Carbon Centennial Library.  This is the main park in Glen Carbon, with direct access to the 15 mile long Nickel Plate Bike Trail.


Walking / Bike Trails

  • Ronald J Foster Sr. Heritage Trail, 11 miles of trial paths layered in oil / chip and Meramec gravel.  Trail offers historical markers, restored prairie areas, restrooms, and water facilities.


  • Nickel Plate Bike Trail,15 mile long Nickel Plate Bike Trail surfaced in asphalt. Trail offers historical markers, restored prairie areas, lots of scenic views, and access to city facilities.  


Public Library

  • Centennial Library, a 14,000 square foot facility, located on Main Street adjacent to he town's historic covered bridge.  The library has been awarded the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Library Journal's Best Small Library in America.