Link to Burning Ordinance
8/11/14 - Starting September 1st The Village of Coal Valley will no longer be mailing out the newletter. You will be able to
receive the newsletter via our website or via email. We will also keep at the Village Hall for those residents that do not have computers copies of the
newsletter if you wish to pick them up. If you would like to be placed on our email list to receive the newsletter please send a reqest to:
Penny Woods - Email: PWoods@coalvalleyillinois.org
For those residents who are already on E-Billing you will automatically be place on the Newsletter email list.
7/22/14 - For those residents that are on E-Billing, when you receive your e-bill this month the actual bill will come in a PDF format. You
will need to have a PDF reader to open your bill, you can get this free at the following link: Adobe PDF Reader
6/17/14 -If you would like your Coal Valley Business link placed on the website please contact Sandra Standefer at SStandefer@coalvalleyillinois.org
4/24/14 -The Village of Coal Valley is offering E-Billing for Water & Sewer Bills.
Reasons to sign up for E-bill:
Go Green—Save paper and help the environment!
It’s quick, easy, and saves on postage!
If Village residents wish to sign up for E-bill please send an email with your name, address, phone number to:
Sandra Standefer - Email:
*Please remember that if you sign up for E-Billing you will not receive a paper water bill.
E-Billing will start effective May 1, 2014
4/23/14 -NIABI ZOO ROAD CLOSURE
Niabi Zoo Road was closed at US Route 6 yesterday 22 April.
It will remain closed for 60 to 90 days as the Shaffer Creek Bridge is replaced and Niabi Zoo Road is realigned.
Traffic will be detoured on to East 7th Street to East 3rd Street(78th Avenue) to Niabi Zoo Road. No parking signs have
been posted on both sides of East 7th Street. Please use extreme caution when driving in this area. Our Police Department
will be monitoring traffic for speed, cell phone usage, and proper stopping at stop signs.
4/10/14 - As you might know, the Village has been seeking voluntary compliance from our residents to place their house number on their homes,
and that the numbers are visible from the street to comply with Village Ordinance. Over the past year, we have used Village Board meetings,
Village Website, Village Newsletter, and the local newspapers to make this requirement known. The placing of the house number on mailboxes
next to the street does not comply with our Ordinance.
Placing your house number on your home will help our police, public works, fire department, ambulances and commercial delivery vehicles in
locating your home quickly and efficiently. In case of an emergency, seconds can be critical, and an inability of our first responders to quickly
locate your home could have devastating results.
We would much rather have compliance with the ordinance rather than enforcement and are seeking your assistance in this project.
12/5/13 - 2014 Recycle Calender - Recycling Calendar 2014
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