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No, the Village of Monee doesn’t require a real estate payment stamp or transfer stamp when selling a home.
Yes, the landlord must register with the village and annual inspections are required, reference Ordinance 1864. The inspection can be scheduled by calling the Building Department at 708-534-8303.
A resale inspection is required for all real estate sales in the Village. The inspection can be scheduled by calling the Building Department at 708-534-8303.
Registration including the first rental inspection is $50. We don’t accept payment over the phone, you must come into the Village to pay and schedule the inspection.
Construction hours are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Before a building permit is issued, all contractors and subcontractors listed on the permit must be licensed and insured with the Village.
Please call the Building Department at 708-534-8303 to schedule any required inspections. A contracted Building Inspector, certified with International Code Council, conducts the necessary inspections for the Village of Monee. The Building Department requires a 24-hour notice for such inspections. Inspections are performed during the Building Department’s normal business hours.
The maximum height is 6 inches.
Garbage containers and recycle totes can be put out the night before trash collection no earlier than 7 p.m. and are to be brought back in no later than 7 p.m. the day of collection. Also, all garbage containers and recycle totes shall not be stored in the front yards on non-trash days. They shall be stored behind a privacy fence or out of view from public areas.
Yes, mobile storage containers shall not exceed 16 feet in length and shall not be placed on a property for more than 15 consecutive days, except for projects involving the construction of a facility at which time the container may be placed at the site until the expiration of the construction permit. It may not be placed in any unimproved yards, publicly owned rights-of-way or sidewalks. No person shall place mobile storage container upon their property for more than 2 such 15-day periods per calendar year. Also, you need to go into the Village and get a permit, which is $25.
Yes, you can have a dumpster on your property, but you need to go into the Village and get a permit, which is $25. Roll-off dumpster or roll-off container shall not be placed on a property for more than 15 consecutive days. No person shall place a roll-off dumpster or roll-off container upon their property for more than 2 such 15-day periods per calendar year. They must be placed on private property and may not be placed upon a public highway or right-of-way or public property without written approval by the Village to do so.
Water bills are bi-monthly. Typically, the water bills are due on the 1st of every even month. They come out on the 1st of every odd month.
A village inspection (fee of $50) and a final water reading are required prior to closing.
Garbage is every Friday, recycling is every other Friday, depending on which side of town you live.
Parking tickets can be paid at the Village Hall which is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm M-F and located at 5130 West Court St., Monee, Il.
You can call the Will County Clerk at (815) 727-8592 for a court date or call the Monee Police Department at (708) 534-8308, during the hours of 9:00 am to 5:00 pm M-F, and the clerk will be able to assist you.
Copies of police reports may be obtained at the Monee Police Department, 5357 West Main St., Monee Il. The Records Division hours of operation are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (excluding holidays). A $5.00 fee is applicable.
Any passenger vehicle, including buses, motor homes, recreational vehicles, or commercial vehicle which is licensed by the State of Illinois is required by Municipal Ordinance to have a Village sticker. Stickers are available for purchase at the Village Hall 9:00 am to 5:00 pm M-F.
It is unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle or, if parked, to allow a motor vehicle to remain parked or standing in a public street or alley during or after snowfall in which there is an accumulation of two (2) inches or more of snow.