Village of 2,078 people in Southern Illinois's Randolph County. It is 1 square mile. The town is majority Conservative German Lutherans. They are the perfect size. Just big enough 2 have everything u need. But small enough that u can walk 2 anywhere in town from anywhere in town even in incliment weather. Founded in 1806. Their motto is "The Biggest Little City In Southern Illinois". The city has no radio or TV channels. The closest radio channel is 1230 Sparta, Illinois (Classic Country). The 3 closest TV channels are Channel 8 Carbondale, Illinois (PBS) / Channel 12 Cape Girardeau, Missouri (CBS) / Channel 23 Cape Girardeau, Missouri (FOX).
Steeleville, Illinois is on Route 4 and 150. Routes 4 and 150 are merged in Steeleville cause Steeleville is WAYY 2 small 2 have them both go thru the village. The next town 2 the west is Bremen, Illinois (8 miles). The next town 2 the east is Percy, Illinois (3 miles).
Por SingleLutheran1981 07 de marzo de 2009
A small town in the middle of nowhere where a city is a place with a tiny super walmart. Typically has people that never come or go, where a trip an hour away is a vacation, and will not see the "outside world"
Man, i think we just passed through a steeleville back there!
Look at this steeleville! How can anyone live here?!
Por Nikkinick 16 de febrero de 2009

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