Huntley is a rapidly growing village in McHenry and Kane Counties, Illinois. In 2008, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the village's population to be 22,923. As of the 2000 Census, the village had a mere 5,730 people, meaning the village's population had quadrupled in eight years. At the 2010 census, the village's population was 24,291. Government officials in Huntley, an outer suburb of Chicago, have adopted an aggressive development strategy regarding this population growth. Currently, the village has 14.10 sq mi (36.5 km2), 14.07 of which is land.
Huntley is best known for its Prime Outlets mall and Sun City retirement community, the largest in the Midwest. The old part of Huntley is also known for its public square which features a gazebo, as well as a full brick-paved street (Woodstock St.) and 50s-style diner, The Huntley Dairy Mart. The village's slogan is "The Friendly Village with Country Charm."