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FULL CODE OF ORDINANCES

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ACCESSORY USES IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS

Temporary garage or carport structures are not permitted. Outdoor storage is only allowed in Community Business (CB) Districts, with Village permission. All accessory structures require building permits and must comply with building code regulations.

AIRGUNS & PROJECTILE INSTRUMENTS

ANIMAL REGULATIONS

BILL POSTING & HANDBILLS

BUILDING PERMITS REQUIRED

BURNING

  • Be courteous and respectful to your neighbors, especially those with breathing problems. Let them know before you burn.
  • Do not burn on windy days, or days when the wind blows towards your neighbors.
  • Try not to burn wet wood. Smoke from such fires stays closer to the ground and longer in the breathing zone.
  • Always attend, manage and control your fire. Always have a hose or water source nearby.
  • Do not burn in ditches, drainage ways or within 20 feet of a body of water.

CURFEW

DEPOSITING MATERIALS ON PUBLIC PROPERTY

DISCHARGE INTO SEWER SYSTEM

FIREWORKS

GARBAGE STORAGE

  • All garbage must be sealed in a tight-fitting container.
  • Garbage/recycling/landscape waste receptacles cannot be placed or stored on any area of a lot between the front side of any part of the residence (including the front side of an attached garage) and the street. The front side of a residence on a corner lot would be the two sides facing the street.
  • Receptacles and items may not be placed roadside for pick-up until 6:00 p.m. the night before a scheduled pick-up, and must be removed by 8:00 p.m. the day of pick-up.
  • Contact GROOT Disposal (847/693-2700) for any questions regarding yard waste disposal, or to schedule pick-up of major appliances. Excluded appliances include freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners and dehumidifiers (due to their coolants).  Also, GROOT will not take tires; tires may be brought to any tire store for recycling.  Click here for electronics recycling locations.

INOPERABLE VEHICLES

MAILBOXES

PARKING REGULATIONS

PARKS, LAKES & BEACHES

DOCKS & PIERS

FISHING

FIXED RAFTS

POLLUTION OF LAKES

REMOVAL OF WATER FROM LAKES

RETAINING WALLS/SHORELINE STABILIZATION

SNOWMOBILES & OTHER VEHICLES

USE OF LAKES - BOAT LAUNCHING

WATERCRAFT

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

PUBLIC NUISANCES: HEALTH

PUBLIC NUISANCES: PEACE & SAFETY

PUBLIC NUISANCES: TREES & SHRUBS

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RV)

EXAMPLES: Trailers, campers, motor homes, boats or other watercraft, motorcycles, snowmobiles, snowmobile trailers, ATV’s.

~ (A) Any side yard, rear yard which is adjacent to any public right of way shall be considered a front yard.

~ (B)(1) (a) Cannot have more than 2 RV’s parked or stored in the open.

(b)  The RV must be parked in rear or side yard.

(c)  The maximum size permitted is 32 feet long, 10 feet high, or 8 feet wide

(d)  RV’s cannot be used as living/sleeping quarters, and cannot be connected to any utilities.

(e)  No RV shall have its wheels or hitches removed or affixed to the ground in any way.

(f)  No RV shall be parked or stored in such a way so as to create a dangerous or unsafe condition.

(g)  No part of any RV may be parked or stored over or within any public road right of way.

(h)  The area around and underneath the RV must be kept free of tall grass, weeds, or debris.  Cannot use the RV for storage of any other material or goods.

    (i)  Any liquified petroleum gas cylinders on a RV must have their valves in the “off” position.

                (j.)  All RV’s must be parked on a paved surface.

 (2)  If impossible to store the RV in the rear or side yard due to clearance problems and/or the presence of trees of at least 6” in diameter, may park only 1-RV on the driveway or on a hard surface closest to the side lot line.

(3)  If the rear yard is adjacent to a street, must have a 6-foot visual barrier of vegetation or fencing between the RV and the street.

(4)  RV’s meeting the size limitations may be temporarily parked on the driveway for maintenance for a maximum of 72 hours immediately prior to and after usage.

(5)  Temporary occupancy of a RV while parked or stored pursuant to this section may be authorized by the Chief of Police.

~ (C) Parking on Multiple Family Residential Lot Prohibited unless the Village has worked out an agreement with the Homeowners’ Association and/or owner designating a specific area for the parking of RV’s.

REFRIGERATORS

SIGNS: GRAND OPENING BANNERS

SIGNS: POLITICAL

SIGNS: REAL ESTATE

SIGNS: SPECIAL EVENT/CIVIC ORGANIZATION

SIGNS: TEMPORARY RESIDENTIAL GARAGE SALE AND/OR RUMMAGE SALE

SKATEBOARDS, SCOOTERS, ROLLERSKATES

SMOKING REGULATIONS

SNOWMOBILE REGULATIONS

SOLICITING

STREET NUMBERING

WEEDS/TALL GRASS

TRUCK & BUS PARKING PROHIBITED

WATER CONSERVATION