What qualifies a vehicle as being abandoned?
The village ordinance states that any vehicle on public or private property will be considered abandoned if it is in a state of disrepair making it incapable of being operated and if it has not been moved for a period of three or more days. If it does not have a current Illinois or other state license plate and has not be moved for three days, it is considered abandoned. If it is parked on any public right-of-way and has not been moved for a period of three or more days, the car is also considered abandoned. Abandoned vehicles should be reported by calling the non-emergency number at the Police Station at (708) 422-2142.

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1. Does my pet need to be vaccinated?
2. What qualifies a vehicle as being abandoned?
3. Can I get help with household tasks?
4. How can I recycle in the village?
5. What is the winter weather parking policy?
6. What is the village stance on solicitation?
7. When is street sweeping done?
8. When does my vehicle sticker expire?
9. How is the village government structured?
10. Where is Village Hall?
11. How do I register to vote in the village?
12. How can I pay my water bill?
13. What is the village policy for waste containers?
14. When is garbage picked up, and what is acceptable for pick up?
15. Is burning allowed in the village?