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The Conservative Party will caucus on Monday December 1, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Coal Valley municipal building, 900 1st St. The seats of Mark Saelens, Kathy Cornish, Rick Lasek and Bruce Crowe are up for election.

Village News: Link to Newsletter November 2014 PDF - Opens in New Window

Link to CV FOIA Directory & Rules and Regulations   PDF - Opens in New Window

Village Code of Ordinances PDF - Opens in New Window

Village Board Packet (updated 11/18/14) PDF - Opens in New Window

Annual Meeting Notice PDF - Opens in New Window

If you are a Coal Valley resident, you may receive notification via your e-mail of emergency conditions and natural or man-made disasters in your community. You can also receive the latest general information from the Coal Valley Police Department and the Village of Coal Valley for more information please use the following link: E-Mail Notification Program




VILLAGE UPDATES:

11/14/14 - REMINDER Mandatory Allied/Republic Garbage Cart Beginning January 1st, 2015 Village of Coal Valley residents will no longer be allowed to place their garbage out for pickup in unapproved garbage carts. Bags will also need to be placed inside an approved Allied/Republic garbage cart. If your garbage is placed in or outside of an unapproved garbage cart it will not be picked up. The garbage carts can be obtained by coming into the Village Hall prior to January 1st, 2015 There will be no cost for the first garbage cart and residents can choose from a 95, 65 or a 35 gallon garbage cart. Any resident that would like to add a second cart can do so for the additional cost of $4.00 per cart per month. The new monthly fee of $13.60 per month will also include recycling and if you wish to recycle you will need to obtain a 65 gallon recycle cart. The above changes go into effect January 1, 2015. Village Residents who need to obtain carts need to contact the Village Hall in person to fill out a new information card. Please call 799-3604 for Village hours.

****If you are a CV resident & you do not place your cart order prior to November 21, 2014 a 95 gallon cart will be delivered to your residence in December 2014 & a $10.00 swap out fee will apply if you decide to change the cart size****

11/14/14 - CV enacts new Snow Emergency Ordinance The Coal Valley Village board passed a new Ordinance regarding snow emergencies in the village. 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: 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. 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. This ordinance applies to all Village streets and roads, there will be no signs posted about moving vehicles when we have a snow fall of 2 or more inches.

11/6/14 - Some residents will continue to have reduced water pressure until approximately November 21st due to well pump failure at our Well #3.

9/29/14 - It's that time of year again when the leaves are falling and residents are starting to burn their yard refuse and the illegal burning complaints triple. Before you burn your yard waste please make sure you are in compliance with Village Ordinance. Link to Burning Ordinance PDF - Opens in New Window

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   Send E-Mail

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:

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  • 6/17/14 -If you would like your Coal Valley Business link placed on the website please contact Sandra Standefer at SStandefer@coalvalleyillinois.org   Send E-Mail


    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: SStandefer@coalvalleyillinois.org   Send E-Mail


    *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

    4/10/14 - 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 PDF - Opens in New Window

    Calendar of Events

    November 2014

  • 2nd - Daylight Savings Time Ends
  • 4th - Election Day
  • 4th - Storm Warning Siren Test 10:00 am
  • 4th - Coal Valley Township Meeting - 7:00 pm at 104 W. 1st Avenue
  • 5th - Village of Coal Valley Committee of the Whole Meeting, 6:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
  • 5th - Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
  • 6th - Lions Club Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m. at CV Presby Church
  • 10th - Moline School District 40 School Board Meeting. 6:00 pm Board of Education meeting at Ericsson Elementary School 335 5th Ave. Moline
  • 13th - Henry County Board Meeting-6:00pm, Room 102J 307 W. Center St., Cambridge
  • 11th - Veterans Day
  • 18th - Valley Readers Book Club at 6:30 p.m. im the Coal Valley Municipal Center Meeting Room, 900 1st St. Contact the Library at 799-3047 for more information
  • 18th - Rock Island County Board Meeting, 5:30 pm County Board Room on the third floor of the County Office Bldg. 1504 3rd Ave.
  • 19th - Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center Hall
  • 20th - Sociable Seniors meet at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2815 W. 3rd St. (Oak Glen Rd) at noon for a potluck dinner
  • 20th - Lions Club Dinner Meeting, 7:00 pm at Happy Joes in Coal Valley
  • 24th - Moline School District 40 School Board Meeting. 6:00 pm Board of Education meeting at Coolage Professional Development Room, 3430 Ave. of the Cities
  • 26th - Zoning Commission Meeting 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Center
  • 27th - Thanksgiving - Village Hall Closed
  • 28th - Day After Thanksgiving - Village Hall Closed
  • This page was modified on: November 18, 2014








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