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You are required to obtain a permit for the following: New construction (residential and commercial), roofs, siding, decks, fences, garages/carports, sheds, pools, remodeling jobs, electrical upgrades, etc. If you have any questions regarding any project you have planned, please contact our Building and Zoning Department (618) 288-7502.
Please make note, should a holiday fall on a Saturday, the offices will be closed the Friday before. If the holiday falls on a Sunday, the offices will be closed the following Monday.
Information you provide to usThe Village of Glen Carbon does not keep any personal information about you or your visit to our internet site unless you have specifically supplied it to us. For instance, if you have supplied us with information as part of a request for information or for purposes of registering or obtaining a license or permit online your information may be retained. Similarly you may have sent us an email or left us a message in some other electronic format. Any form of electronic communication will be treated in the same way as written forms of communication, and in many instances it will be considered public information available to the public upon request. To the extent allowed by law, the Village will make reasonable attempts to protect personal financial information from disclosure.
Information DisclaimerThe Village of Glen Carbon has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this website. However, due to the possibility of unauthorized access to this site, data transmission errors, changes to source material made since the last update to the site, or other human or mechanical errors, the information contained on this website should not be deemed reliable for legal purposes. Please contact email@example.com to verify the accuracy of the information.
Copyright StatementUnless a copyright is indicated, information on the Village of Glen Carbon’s website is in the public domain and may be reproduced, published or otherwise used with the Village of Glen Carbon’s permission. We request only that the Village of Glen Carbon be cited as the source of the information and that any photo credits, graphics or byline be similarly credited to the photographer, author or the Village of Glen Carbon, as appropriate.
Pavilions at Village parks may be reserved on a first-come basis by calling Public Works Department 288-2612. Reservation forms are online.
All complaints regarding officers are handled by Patrol Lt. Wayne White. You may contact him directly at 288-2631.
The Glen Carbon Community Room is available for reservation local groups and residents. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact Nicky Blockton at 618-288-2618. For more information, click here.
You can pay for your traffic citation or court fine through Madison County Court House. Follow the link and the on screen instructions.
Accident Reports: The Glen Carbon Police Department has partnered with Crashdocs (crashdocs.org) for accident reporting providing the accident occurred in Glen Carbon. All crash reports are available online within 72-hours of filing the report. For residents who do not have a computer, computer access is available at the Village of Glen Carbon Library and the Senior Community Center. There is a $13.00 fee that can be paid with a debit or credit card. You must know the date of the accident, the report number (which is given to you at the time of your accident) and have a valid debit/credit to obtain a copy of the report.
Police Reports: You can download and complete a Report Request Form and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org Reports are $5 and there is an extra charge if there are photos. You must pick-up your report in person and will be required to show a photo ID.
Request are completed through our Records Division Monday 10:00am - 6:00pm, Tuesday- Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm in the order they are received. You will be contacted when your report is ready for pickup. If your request is not filled within 3 business days, please contact Coleen Schaller at (618)288-2627 or email@example.com
If you are not directly involved in the case or if it is a pending case, the report cannot be released unless it is requested by an attorney. Citizens can make a request for a report that they are not directly involved in by completing a FOI (Freedom Of Information) request form. These requests must also be completed in person and they have to be approved by the Chief Of Police.
You may file a report 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Police reports can only be taken in person. Reports will not be taken over the phone. Residents may call and request an officer to meet with them at their residence or they can proceed to the Glen Carbon Police Department where a dispatcher will contact an officer to meet with you in the lobby area. If you have any questions, contact the Glen Carbon Police Dispatch at 288-7226.
Driving records are maintained by the Illinois Secretary of State. You can contact the IL Secretary of State by calling 800-252-8980 or at www.cyberdriveillinois.com.
From Madison County Health Department, located at 101 E. Edwardsville Road, Wood River, IL 62095, the following guidelines are recommended for residential and retail food establishments water use during a boil water order. For more information, visit their website at www.madisonchd.org or by phone at (618) 296-6079.
Guidelines for Residential Water Use During a Boil Order Notice:
During a boil water order, residential users of affected public water supplies should take the following measures to protect themselves from consuming potentially contaminated water:
1. Bottled water should be used for drinking, cooking, washing fresh fruits/vegetables, hand washing and tooth brushing.
2. The affected tap water should be used for these purposes only after it has been brought to a rolling boil for 5 minutes.
3. The affected tap water may be used for washing dishes if a dishwashing machine is used. If dishes are hand washed, boiled or bottled water should be used. The affected tap water may be used if the clean dishes are immersed for at least one minute in a sink of water to which one (1) full tablespoon of regular household bleach has been added.
4. The affected tap water may be used for bathing and/or showering.
5. The affected tap water may be used for household cleaning.
NOTE: If the tap water is cloudy and/or contains particles, bottled water should be used.
After the boil water order is lifted or water service resumes, these precautionary measures should be followed:
1. Flush the building’s water lines and clean faucet screens.
2. Purge the water-using fixtures and appliances of standing water and ice, such as refrigerator ice makers or coffee makers.
Operating Guidelines for Retail Food Service Establishments in the Event of a Boil Water Order or Interrupted Water Service
To continue operating under “boil water” orders or interrupted water service from municipal water supplies, all retail food service establishments (restaurants) must secure and use potable water from an approved source (e.g., from tank trucks or bottled potable water) for all water usage. This includes the following uses:
It must be noted that equipment plumbed directly into the water system such as direct feed coffee urns, ice machines that manufacture ice on site, and post-mix soda or beverage machines may not be used during the boil order. If it is not possible to obtain potable water from tank trucks or bottled potable water and if a heat source is available, boil the water vigorously for five minutes.
Retail food establishments may consider the following alternative procedures to minimize water usage:
After the “boil water” order is lifted or water service resumes, these precautionary measures must be followed:
During regular hours call (618) 288-2662 for potholes in roadway, sidewalk repair, or damaged or missing street signs.
Call (618) 288-2661 for sewer blockages or odor problems or water leaks.
Emergency Phone Number: (Evenings/Weekends/Holidays) Call 618-288-7226.
Digging? Call JULIE 1-800-892-0123 or 811. JULIE (Joint Utility Locating Information for Excavators) was formed by owners and operators of underground utilities as a means of reducing damage to those utilities. Call JULIE anytime you dig. Whether it's a small or a large construction or homeowner project (such as putting up a fence or clothes line, planting a garden or shrubbery, building a home addition, deck or foundation, etc.) you must call 48 hours (NOT COUNTING WEEKENDS OR HOLIDAYS) prior to digging. JULIE will notify the owners/operators of underground utilities who are JULIE Members of this planned digging activity. There is no charge for calling JULIE. JULIE is a non-for-profit corporation that provides contractors/excavators, homeowners, and others who may be disturbing earth, with a single toll-free number to call for the locating and marking of these underground utilities. JULIE is not a utility. JULIE owns no utilities and does not locate underground utilities. JULIE is a message handling service that receives location requests from persons excavating. JULIE then sends these requests to JULIE member companies who have utilities in the area of excavation. Each utility is responsible to mark its own utilities.