§ 41.01  DECLARATION OF ANNEXATION POLICY.
   (A)   In order to provide for territorial growth of the City that is in accord with recognized planning principles, all proposed annexations to the City shall undergo review in accordance with the annexation review process set forth in § 41.02.
   (B)   Land that is annexed to the City of Danville pursuant to Division 1 of the Illinois Municipal Code (65 ILCS 5/7-1-1 et seq., as amended) is subject to the ordinances, control, and jurisdiction of the City of Danville.
   (C)   For structures where a construction permit has been validly issued prior to coming under the jurisdiction of the City of Danville pursuant to this section and Division 1 of the Illinois Municipal Code, the building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, elevator, fire and safety codes of the authority that issued the construction permit shall be applied to those structures through issuance of a certificate of occupancy.
   (D)   For structures where a construction permit has not yet been validly issued, the ordinances, control and jurisdiction of the City of Danville shall apply.
   (E)   Land to be annexed into the corporate limits of the City shall be located within the boundaries of Danville School District #118, except only as hereinafter provided. No lot, tract, or parcel of land, or part thereof, shall be annexed to the City from and after the effective date of this chapter unless, at the time the petition for annexation to the City is filed with the City Clerk, the same shall be located within the boundaries of Danville School District #118. The petition for annexation filed with the City Clerk shall contain a statement under oath by the petitioner that the lands or part thereof sought to be annexed to the City are at the date of filing located within such school district’s boundaries.
   (F)   Once land is annexed into the City, the City shall reimburse the applicable Fire Protection District pursuant to 70 ILCS 705/20 of the Illinois Municipal Code.
(Ord. 7445, passed 4-3-90; Am. Ord. 8665, passed 10-6-09)