Building Department

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Building Department
Overview

Our goal in the building department is to ensure that all projects that are completed within the Village of Coal City are built correctly to insure the life, health, and safety of its citizens in the built environment. As we are expanding as a village, we also want to meet your needs as contractors and as residents of our fine community. We recognize that proper construction and safety is best promoted by voluntary compliance of building codes and the good faith efforts of responsible property owners. The Coal City Building Department is a primary resource that landlords, managers and contractors should utilize to ensure that their properties are safely maintained, managed profitably, and promotes community health, safety and stability. I have an open door policy for any of our residents, landlords or contractors to answer any questions or problems that may arise and to help you to a quick solution. Again, we are here to assist you and to make your process go smoothly.

Kyle Watson, Deputy Building Official
kwatson@coalcity-il.gov
815-999-1112 (cell)


Information
Applicable Building Code
Building Permit Application Checklist
Contractor Registration Form
Contractor’s Rules and Regulations
REGISTERED Contractors 01-19-2023
Setbacks and Size Restrictions


PERMIT Information
A building permit is a document issued by the Village of Coal City, which legally authorizes construction activity.

Primary Structures (Permit must be obtained at the Village Hall – 3 part form)
*New Constructions – Additions – Commercial – Industrial
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Accessory Structures –  Miscellaneous Permit
*Garages, Sheds, Fences, Pools, Hot Tubs, Decks, Pergolas, Solar Panels, Electric Services, Demo, Gazebo, Lawn Sprinklers, Porch, Signs


Commercial, Industrial, Residential Guidelines
Commercial Guidelines – Outside the Core Area
Commercial Core Area Guidelines
Industrial Guidelines
Residential Guidelines

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