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New Ordinance

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New Ordinance

A New Ordinance for Driveway or Culvert Replacement or Construction in Cullom

Cullom has a new Ordinance for the replacement or construction of any new driveway or culvert in the Village.  It will require a $10 permit and approval by the Building Inspector or Public Works Supervisor before work can begin.

The minimum diameter for a driveway culvert shall be 12 in.  In areas that significant drainage is needed, it may be necessary to install larger culverts.  The minimum length is 20 ft. and no more than 40 ft. A driveway culvert must be placed deep enough to allow slope to continue from the center of the road to the center of the driveway culvert.  A minimum of 12 in. of cover when possible must be provided over the top of the culvert, and will be determined on a case by case basis.

Read the new ordinance here: driveway-culvert-ordinance

No Parking

Overnight ParkinBeginning November 1, 2014 the Village of Cullom and Livingston County Sheriff will enforce a New Traffic Ordinance

No Overnight Parking

Between the hours of 1:00 AM – 6:00 AM

No overnight parking permitted on both sides of Hack Street between Oak and Maple Streets <the Main Street business district>

Also on the south side of Jeffery Street in front of the Community Building from the handicap parking area west to Oak Street.

Your cooperation is appreciated.

The Municipal Code of Cullom of 2014

An Ordinance

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF CULLOM, ILLINIOS THAT:  The following be and the same is hereby adopted as a code of general ordinance to be known as

The Municipal Code of Cullom of 2014

The following are links to each Chapter.

Chapter1   Village Limits and Government

Chapter2   Misdemeanors & Other Offenses

Chapter3   Curfew

Chapter4   Beer, Malt & Intoxicating Liquor

Chapter5   Buildings

Chapter6   Traffic

Chapter7   Plants and Weeds

Chapter8   Water ~ Cross-Connection Control ~ Municipal/Private Water Company ~ Regulation on Cross-Connection Control

Chapter9   Solicitors and Peddlers

Chapter10  Animals

Chapter11  Abandoned, Wrecked Vehicles

Chapter12  Snowmobiles and Other Recreational Vehicles

Chapter13  Nuisances on Private Property

Chapter14  Mobile Homes

Chapter15  Burning Regulations

Chapter16  Miscellaneous Regulations

Chapter17  The Code