Located in NW suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, it is a booming town, who's population has risen from 5000 people to 20000 in over the course of 8 years. Although the town's old fashioned slogan may be "The Friendly Village with Country Charm," do not be fooled by this common misconception. Unfortunately it happens to be one of the most uneventful places in existence, causing people to become miserable with their routine bubble of the suburban lifestyle. Huntley's claim to fame is also the "Dairy Mart", a local ice cream shop, since, unfortunately, nothing worth value has ever occurred in 160 years of existence. You will be guarantee to get stuck behind a tractor on your already miserable commute to work. By the way, the town square has a gazebo. WELCOME TO HELL!
bob- hey did you hear what happened in Huntley the other day?!
jim- wait... something happened in Huntley?!
A rapidly-growing unique town on the fringes of suburbia NW of Chicago. Also the posterchild for suburban and exurban sprawl in the midwest. Famous for its small town charm, cows, outlet mall, gazebo, dairy mart, high school mascot controversey, and the largest age 55+ golf course community in the Midwest. Went from a population of 5,000 in 2000 to an estimated 20,000 in 2005.