Village of Coal Valley
900 1st Street
P.O. Box 105
Coal Valley, IL 61240
Welcome to Coal Valley!
The Village of Coal Valley is located in Henry and Rock Island Counties, Illinois. The Village is a residential community and is a suburb of the greater Quad Cities area.
12/27/16 - The Village of Coal Valley is seeking a qualified individual to fill the full-time position of Water/Sewer Superintendent. Minimum requirements: State of Illinois Class B Water License, along with a minimum 5 years’ experience. Responsibilities include: Plan, direct, manage and maintain water treatment, distribution, and sanitary sewer along with compliance and inspections in accordance to IEPA.
Candidate must possess strong knowledge of water distribution, sampling, testing, trouble shooting both water and sanitary sewer.
Must possess good communications skills, the ability to handle stressful situations, and the ability to exercise good judgment in ordinary and critical situations. Applicant will have the ability to work normal working hours, overtime and call-in hours when necessary. Applicant will report to the Public Works Director. Starting Salary, $50,000-$55,000 negotiable along with benefit package.Please submit employment application and resume to the Village of Coal Valley Attn: Village Administrator, P.O. Box 105 Coal Valley, IL 61240 by 5:00pm January 30th, 2016. More information & application
10/20/16 - On October 19, 2016 the Village Board amended Title IX Chapter 1 Waterworks and Sewerage Systems; Rates, Division II – Water/Sewer/Permits/Connections/Rates, Section 4 Discontinuation:
Once a shutoff notice has been issued, all outstanding bills, all past due balances, current balances, penalties, and turn on/off fees must be paid in full. View amended ordinance
4/22/2016 - PROPOSED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS
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The Village is excited to announce "Online Bill Pay"
Village citizens can now pay Coal Valley utility bills from the convenience of their computer at any time. Online bill pay allows 24/7 access to pay utility and water bills, as well as ordinance citations and building permits.