With severe weather season upon us, this is a great time to register to receive severe weather alerts from CodeRED. We have partnered with the Union County EMA and the Union County Sheriff's Office to provide this service to all village residents. Please take this opportunity to register to receive these warnings in order to stay informed about impending severe weather and to help keep your family safe. Visit our Outreach Initiatives page today to register for CodeRED.
Please click here to view a notice issued by Chief Hill regarding pedestrian crosswalks. The notice was issued in response to complaints received from concerned citizens and parents regarding the behaviors of motorists in or near crosswalks, primarily in the areas highlighted by the Safe Routes to School initiative.
We are accepting applications for the position of volunteer police officer. Please click here for more details.
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The soliciting laws were updated in June of 2012. Any person who wishes engage in commercial door-to-door solicitation or mobile vending must apply for and be issued a solicitor's permit by the Police Department. There is an application fee of $50, which is non-refundable/non-transferrable. Soliciting is permitted only from 10am to 7pm, Monday through Saturday, excluding all national holidays. This ordinance also creates a No Knock Registry that enables residents to register their address annually to reduce unwanted solicitations. Solicitors must download the current No Knock List prior to the start of each business day and are prohibited from contacting anyone on that list. Applications, Issued Permits, the No Knock Registry/List, and the current Solicitor's Ordinance (723.01) can be found by clicking on 'Forms' above.
There are many programs and links on this page that provide valuable information on a variety of relevant topics.
Residents: Please consider using a FREE personal inventory service at the link below! This service may assist the Police Department in solving a theft crime involving your property. https://reportit.leadsonline.com/
The Police Department utilizes www.govdeals.com/plaincity to dispose of unclaimed, unused, unneeded and/or obsolete property that was originally purchased for use by the Police Department or has otherwise come into our possession through normal day-to-day operations. There are no regularly scheduled auction dates, so be sure to visit often to find items that may interest you. Also, be sure to "Like" our Facebook Page since it provides more timely updates about the Police Department, including current internet auctions.
The Police Department is authorized to use an internet auction website to sell unused, unneeded, and unclaimed property. We currently use www.govdeals.com/plaincity as the auction website. By ordinance, we have to post guidelines used to establish the starting price point for every listing. These guidelines can be found by navigating to the 'Forms' page.