General, Electrical & Sub-Contractors
General & Sub-Contractors
General and sub-contractors such as but not limited to board-up, restoration, waterproofing, heating and air, concrete, asphalt paving/repair, windows, doors, siding, gutters/downspouts, sewer and drain, carpentry must submit a certificate of insurance with the village additionally insured, comprehensive automobile liability insurance, general liability, worker’s compensation and surety bond.
- Comprehensive automobile liability in the sum of $500,000 bodily injury per person, $1,000,000 bodily injury per accident, $500,000 property damage each occurrence and $1,000,000 bodily injury and property damage combined each occurrence.
- Workers compensation in the statutory limits with the employer’s liability in the sum of $500,000 bodily injury per person. A Contractor who does not have employees and therefore is NOT required to have workers compensation coverage, must sign a “Contractor’s Hold Harmless Indemnification Agreement Waiver.” This document must be signed by owner only and must be notarized. Contractor's Hold Harmless Waiver
- Comprehensive general liability in the sum of $1,000,000 bodily injury each occurrence, $1,000,000 bodily injury aggregate, $500,000 property damage per occurrence and $1,000,000 property damage aggregate.
- Notice of cancellation of the policy will be given to the Village Clerk at least 30 days before such cancellation is effective.
A $10,000 surety bond.
License Term runs from May 1 to April 30.
- General and Sub-Contractors $150 per year Application
- Landscaper and Lawn Maintenance Services $100 per year Application
- Roofers and Plumbers Administrative $ 25 per year Application
Additional Requirement Footnotes
- Electrical Contractors - In addition to the above, electricians are also required to submit a copy of their test results.
- Roofing Contractors - In addition to the above, roofers are required to submit a copy of their state license which serves as the contractor’s bond.
- Plumbing Contractors - In addition to the above, plumbers are required to submit a copy of their state license which serves as the contractor’s bond. It must be a 055 Illinois State to apply for a permit.