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An ongoing series of informational entries

2009 and earlier

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2009-10: Section 607, streets, general provisions

Ord. 2009-18: Video Gaming

Ord. 2009-22: Storm Water Management


Ord. 2008-07: Miscellaneous changes and illumination standards

Ord. 2007-05: Sections 1, 2, and 3

Ord. 2007-07: Signs


Ord. 2004-03: Added Street Name Sign standard specifications

Ord. 2003-09: Improvements and Standards

Ord. 2002-03: Dedication of Park Lands and School Site or payment of fees in lieu thereof

2010

March 15, 2019

2011

March 15, 2019

2012

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2012-02: Restoration Deposits

Ord. 2012-06: Development Fees

Ord. 2012-09: Animal Control

2013

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2013-01: Utility Tax

Ord. 2013-05: Nicor Utility Tax 

2014

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2014-01: Repealing Video Gaming

Ord. 2014-02: Terminating Special Service Areas 5 and 6

Ord. 2014-03: Approving Fiscal Year 2015

Ord. 2014-04: Adopting Prevailing Wages

Ord. 2014-05: Building Permit Fees

Ord. 2014-06: ECFPD Special Use

Ord. 2014-07: SSA Tax Increase

Ord. 2014-08: New Construction Bond

Ord. 2014-09: Vehicle Weight Limits

2015

March 15, 2019

2016

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2016-01: Amend Zoning Ord - Variance of Signage for Bell Fuels

Ord. 2016-02: 2016-2017 Appropriations

Ord. 2016-03: Amending Village Code - Compensation - Clerk

Ord. 2016-04: Amending Village Code - Adopting 2015 ICC and other Codes

Ord. 2016-05: Amending Village Code Chapter 4 - Parking

Ord. 2016-06: Amending Village Code Chapter 1 - Admin, Subchapter 5 - Compensation - Reimbursement Policy

Ord. 2016-07: Fiacco Fence Variance

Ord. 2016-08: Pitstick Lot Width Variance

Ord. 2016-09: SSA Tax Levy

Ord. 2016-10: Amend Village Code - Parking

2017

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2017-01: Adopting Prevailing Wage

(Note: IDOL revised some rates, they are on record at the Village Hall for review or visit https://www.illinois.gov/idol/Laws-Rules/CONMED/Documents/2016%20Rates/Kane.pdf

Ord. 2017-02: Appropriations for 2017-2018

Ord. 2017-03: Amend Village Code - Zoning - Noise

Ord. 2017-04: SSA Tax Levy

2018

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2018-01: Amend Village Code - Zoning Ord - Accessory Buildings, Fences, B1 Special Use

Ord 2018-02: Amend Village Code - Zoning Ord - Lily Lake Food Mart Variation

Ord 2018-03 Amend Village Code - Zoning - Accessory Vehicles

Ord. 2018-04: Appropriations FY 2019

Ord 2018-05: Small Wireless Facilities

Ord 2018-06: Amend Village Code - Compensation

Ord 2018-08: Adopt Prevailing Wage

Ord 2018-09: Amend Village Code - Compensation

Ord 2018-10: Failed

Ord 2018-11: Amend Zoning Ordinance-SV CSG LL2-Solar

Garden Special Use Application

Ord 2018-12: SSA Tax Levy

Ord 2018-13: Temp Moratorium on Alt Energy Development

2019

March 15, 2019

Ord. 2019-01: Amend Village Code - Minor Subdivision

Ord 2019-02: Map Amendment to Zoning Ord and Variance Approval - Sennett

Ord 2019-03 Repeal Subchapter 8 - Historic District

Ord. 2019-04: Amend Village Code - Temporary Accessory Structures

Ord 2019-05: Amend Village Code - Officers

Ord 2019-06: 2019-2020 Appropriations

Ord 2019-07: Amend Village Code - Public Safety - Nuisance - Parking

Ord 2019-08: Amend Village Code - Zoning - Connolley Variation 


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View Prevailing Wage:

Via Ordinance, the Village has adopted the most current Prevailing Wage as ascertained by the County of Kane and the State of Illinois. Click above to view these rates.   

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Lily Lake Village Code

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International Property Maintenance Code 2015 adopted. The International Property Maintenance Code 2015 along with all the amendments are available for review at the Village Office during normal business hours.


Following are some of the ordinances that are most commonly called into question:

Ord 2013-07: Allowing domestic hens

Ord 2009-09: Weeds and Grass

Ord 2012-09: Animal Control

Ord 2007-07: Signs

Ord 2015-01: Parking in "T" shaped cul-de-sacs and during snow events

Ord 2012-09: Animal Control


Obstructions Permitted in Yards (Fences, Flagpoles, Playground Equipment, etc.)


Trees Allowed to be Planted

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Open Fires: It is unlawful for any person to cause, suffer, allow or permit the burning of rubbish, refuse, plastic of any kind, cut grass, preservative treated wood, garbage, metal salvage, or any other material, in open fires. This section does not apply to the open burning of charcoal, leaves, uncut grass, brush, or untreated wood or paper.

Limited Burning: Upon specific request, controlled burning on a limited basis for school, governmental or other institutional functions, may be allowed by the Board of Trustees; provided that the Board finds that such burning will pose no danger or inconvenience to adjoining property owners, and will not be detrimental to the general public health and safety of the community.

Burning of Leaves, etc.: It is unlawful for any person to cause, suffer, allow or permit the open burning of leaves, uncut grass, brush, or untreated wood or paper, except on the following conditions

  1. All such fires must be extinguished prior to dusk-Exception- Campfires, Winter months-Fires of wood or paper only are permitted after dusk from November 1 through March 31
  2. No fire shall be permitted on the paved area of public streets, sidewalks, or alleys within the Village.
  3. No fire shall be left unattended and no fire shall be permitted during periods of high wind or atmospheric inversions.

Limited Burning: Upon specific request, controlled burning on a limited basis for school, governmental or other institutional functions, may be allowed by the Board of Trustees; provided that the Board finds that such burning will pose no danger or inconvenience to adjoining property owners, and will not be detrimental to the general public health and safety of the community.

Off-Road Vehicle Use

Per State Law, off-road vehicles such as golf carts, atvs, dirt bikes, etc., are not permitted on roadways. If stopped, you ca be ticketed and if under-age,that ticket prevents obtaining a drivers license when of-age. ATVs are allowed on the right-of-way only, not beyond.