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.
12/1/15 - The Village of Coal Valley will be hosting their 1st Annual
Holiday Decoration Contest.
The Village of Coal Valley is inviting residents and businesses to show off their Holiday Spirt by entering the 1st Annual Holiday Decorating Contest. Do you know a neighbor or a business who is the keeper of the lights? The guru of garland? The Monet of mistletoe? Or just has that eye-catching display of decorations? This completion is open to all Village Residents or Businesses. Please feel free to nominate yourself or a neighbor! We will be having a contest of three categories:
Best Residential Display – the display that makes you think of the Holidays
Best Business Display – either outside or window
Clark Griswold Display – for the blinding display of over-the-top lights and décor
Residents / Businesses can submit via email up to two pictures along with
the address to email@example.com
Contest Rules: Only decorations visible from the street will be judged. Resident/Business must be within the Village limits. All submissions must be received no later than December 18th. Winners will be announced via Facebook on December 23rd and recognized at the at the January 2016 Board meeting.
Village of Coal Valley, Blackhawk Bank, Happy Joe's, Country Style Ice Cream, Valley Falls, Coal Valley Chiropractic, Subway, Bloomers in the Valley, Mulligan's, Joe's Place
11/19/15 - The first snow of the season is almost here as a reminder to Village residents:
6.5 PARKING PROHIBITED DURING SNOW REMOVAL
It shall be unlawful for any person to allow a vehicle to remain on any Village Street, Avenue, alley, cul de sac or village parking lot within the Village following a snowfall occurrence of two inches or more:
a. Whenever the Village Administrator, Village President, or Chief of Police, perceives an emergency to exist in the Village; or in any section or sections thereof, because of snow, freezing rain, sleet, ice, snowdrifts or other natural phenomena which create hazardous conditions or impede the free movement of fire, police, health, emergency or other vehicular traffic or otherwise endanger the safety and welfare of the public, the Village Administrator, Village President, or Chief of Police may declare an emergency to exist. Primary notification will be made by sending notification of Snow Emergency to the local media with a request to broadcast the emergency.
b. Any agent or employee of the village designated to enforce the parking ordinances of the city is hereby authorized to cause any motor vehicle parked in violation of this section to be towed from any street, alley, cul-de-sac, or village parking lot. In such a case, the owner of the vehicle may be assessed the cost of towing and any storage charges in relation thereto, subject to the owner's right of appeal to the Village Administrator, Village President, or Chief of Police.
10/12/15 - At the October 7, 2015 Board of Trustees meeting, action was taken so that the Committee of the Whole meeting functions shall be combined into the regular Board meeting to permit discussion and action, as the Committee of the Whole and all other committees are hereby dissolved and the functions of these committees shall be administered by the Board, as much as they may be applicable. Also the new meeting schedule will have a start time of 6pm for the meetings held on the first and third Wednesday of the month, as noted in the Village website and posted at Village Hall. Other updates to the code incorporated the Pledge of Allegiance and time for Public presentations and/or Public comments, as part of the meeting. Any matter to be submitted to the Board shall be delivered to the Village Hall by Noon on the Friday, preceding a Board meeting. The Board also approved renumbered sections of the Ordinance regarding the Assistant Village Administrator, Local Liquor Commissioner and Legal Services
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 34/7 access to pay utility and water bills, as well as ordinance citations and building permits.
6th - Storm Warning Siren Test 10:00 am
6th - Coal Valley Township Meeting, 7:00 pm at the Coal Valley Township Hall
7th - Village of Coal Valley Committee of the Whole Meeting, 6:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
7th - Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
8th - Lions Club Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m. at CV Presby Church
2th - Columbus Day
12th - Moline School District 40 School Board Meeting, Committee of the Whole Meeting, 6:00 pm / Board Meeting at 7:30 pm at Coolidge Professional Development Room, 3430 Avenue of the Cities, Moline, IL
15th - Sociable Seniors meet at Trinity Lutheran Church meet at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2815 W. 3rd St. (Oak Glen Rd) at noon for a potluck dinner
15th - Henry County Board Meeting-6:00pm, Room 102J 307 W. Center St., Cambridge
20th - Valley Reader Book Club, at 6:30 pm in the Coal Valley Municipal Center meeting room, 900 1st Street. Contact the Library at 799-3047 for more information
21st - Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
20th - Rock Island County Board Meeting - 5:30 pm, County Board Room on the third floor of the County Office Building, 1504 3rd Avenue, Rock Island. The public may enter from the back parking lot off 4th Ave.
21st - Orion Community Unit School District #223 Board Meeting at the District Office, 1002 11th Ave Orion, IL
26th - Moline School District 40 School Board Meeting, Committee of the Whole Meeting, 6:00 pm / Board Meeting at 7:30 pm at Coolidge Professional Development Room, 3430 Avenue of the Cities, Moline, IL
28th - Zoning Commission Meeting, 7 pm at the Mun. Ctr Hall
28th - Lions Club Dinner Meeting, 7:00 pm at Happy Joes in Coal Valley