3-1-5: LICENSE AND INSPECTION FEES:
License fees under the terms of this chapter, for the businesses, occupations, activities and uses set forth, shall be as provided in the fee schedule which is a part of this section. License fees shall be paid annually on January 1 of each year, and proof of any bond or liability insurance policy required by this chapter shall be provided with the license fee. New licenses applied for after July 1 shall be at one- half (1/2) of the stated full year fee. Licenses applied for after January 1 for businesses which existed prior to January 1 shall be charged an additional late charge of fifty percent (50%) of the fee stated below. Payment of a late charge shall not absolve the applicant from possible liability under section 3-1-15 of this chapter. Not for profit entities and governmental bodies may apply to the President and Board of Trustees for a waiver or reduction of the applicable license fee, which may be granted in the sole discretion of the President and Board of Trustees. (Ord. 2018-09, 7-17-2018)
   A.   Special category licenses:
Amusements:
Automatic amusement devices*, including jukeboxes and excluding video gaming terminals:
Game machines
$220.00 per machine
*A maximum of 3 devices are permitted on any 1 licensed premises. However, up to 8 devices are permitted on premises holding a liquor license and up to 20 devices are permitted on premises holding a liquor license and having a public area of 10,000 square feet or larger.
Public places of amusement:
Animal show (per day)
$ 110.00
Automobile show (per show)
110.00
Bowling alleys (per lane)
55.00
Carnivals (per day)
110.00
Circus or sideshow (per day)
110.00
Commercial playground or amusement park
137.50
Fireworks display (per day)
275.00
Miniature golf, shooting galleries
137.50
Public dance hall
110.00
Public skating rink
137.50
Theater (motion picture, dramatic or cabaret)
220.00
Auctioneers:
Per day
55.00
Per year
220.00
Building contractors (chapter 15 of this title):
Including carpentry, electrical, landscape, tree surgeon, masonry, demolition, roofing, and tuckpointing
110.00
Cash for gold dealer
550.00
Cigarette-tobacco dealers and cigarette vending machines
(chapter 7 of this title):
Cigarette vending machines, each machine
82.50
Retail dealers
55.00*
*This fee shall be in addition to any other applicable license
fees for the other goods or services provided on the premises.
Explosive storage and handling
550.00
Firearms or ammunition (chapter 11 of this title)
550.00
Flammable and hazardous chemicals storage and handling
550.00
Flea markets:
Per event, each vendor
5.50
Per year, each vendor
49.50
Gasoline filling stations, automotive vehicle wrecking or
repair establishments:
Automotive vehicle wrecking or repair establishment:
Not more than 2 persons engaged
165.00
3 through 10 persons
192.50
More than 10 persons
220.00
Gasoline filling stations (title 9, chapter 4 of this Code):
165.00
Plus for each pump
11.00
Plus for mechanical work and/or towing
165.00
Hotels and motels (title 8, chapter 19 of this Code):
220.00
Plus each unit
5.50
Junk dealers/junkyard (title 8, chapter 9 of this Code)
2,200.00
Laundry (self-serve) or laundromat (title 8, chapter 11 of
this Code):
Up to 30 machines
82.50
Plus each machine over 30
5.50
Machine shops
82.50
Merchandise (rental of):
82.50
(Including video rentals)
Adult videos
As per special ordinance
Merchandise (sale of):
Adult merchandise
As per special ordinance
Automobiles
$ 110.00
Christmas trees (for profit sales)
82.50
Garage sale* (per day, per unit) (chapter 18 of
this title)
5.50
*No charge for first garage sale in a household in a
particular year - limit of 2 per year.
Movers, house or building (title 4, chapter 7 of this Code)
165.00
Pawnbrokers (chapter 10 of this title)
550.00
Peddlers and solicitors:
50.00
Operating from pack, basket, wagon or cart (per day)
27.50
Public storage facilities
220.00
Raffle license
25.00
Scavengers
275.00
Tattoo salons (per year) (chapter 19 of this title)
550.00
Trailer court (title 5, chapter 11 of this Code):
For up to 20 homes
550.00
Per each home over 20
11.00
Vehicles, food, including ice cream trucks, catering trucks,
and any vehicle selling food to the general public from
the vehicle, per vehicle (title 8, chapter 16 of this Code)
82.50
Vending machines:
Selling merchandise priced at:
No more than $0.15
16.50
No more than $0.40
27.50
More than $0.40
55.00
 
(Ord. 11-23, 11-15-2011; amd. Ord. 12-18, 11-20-2012; Ord. 2014-19, 3-19-2014; Ord. 2015-44, 10-20-2015; Ord. 2015-45, 10-20-2015; Ord. 2017-25, 9-5-2017)
   B.   Businesses located within buildings:
 
Less than 1,500 square feet
$100.00
 
   Auto sales.
   Bakery.
   Bank.
   Barbershop.
   Beauty shop.
   Beverage dealer.
   Bicycle shop.
   Billposting/sign painting.
   Building material sales.
   Candy store.
   Caterer.
   Contractor's storage yard.
   Dance studio.
   Delicatessen.
   Delivery vehicle.
   Dry cleaners.
   Electrical appliance store.
   Exterminator.
   Fast food restaurants.
   Financial institution.
   Fire extinguisher sale/service.
   Fish market.
   Florist.
   Fruit/vegetable store.
   Garage, public.
   Greenhouse.
   Grocery store.
   Hardware store.
   Ice cream parlors.
   Junk peddlers.
Liquor stores (in addition to regular liquor license fees).
   Lumberyard.
   Meat market.
   Motor repairs.
   Pet grooming store.
   Pet store.
   Repair shop.
   Restaurants.
   Savings and loan.
   Secondhand store.
   Sheet metal shop.
   Stockbroker.
   Ticket broker.
   Tobacco store.
   Undertaker.
   Upholstery shop.
   Weapon store.
All other businesses subject to nonhome rule municipal licensing authority under Illinois law, but not covered by another license category set forth herein. (Ord. 2014-19, 3-19-2014)
   C.   All fees above are based on a maximum square foot area of less than one thousand five hundred (1,500) square feet. If the size of the business premises exceeds one thousand five hundred (1,500) square feet, an increased fee as shown below shall apply. Total floor area applicable for the determination of the fee shall include the sum total of all the floor area in use or reserved for or retained for the use of the commercial establishment, including, but not limited to, principal and accessory floor area, basements, storage or detached accessory buildings, even though any such floor area may be temporarily vacant, not open to the general public, or not currently in use.
   FLOOR AREA IN SQUARE FEET
Step
Over
And Up To
(Square Feet)
Annual Fee
1
1,500
3,000
$105.00
2
3,000
6,000
115.50
3
6,000
9,000
132.00
4
9,000
12,000
148.50
5
12,000
15,000
165.00
6
15,000
18,000
181.50
7
18,000
20,000
198.00
8
20,000
30,000
253.00
9
30,000
60,000
286.00
10
60,000
80,000
357.50
11
80,000
100,000
429.00
12
100,000
140,000
511.50
13
140,000
180,000
649.00
14
180,000
220,000
759.00
15
Over 220,000
869.00
 
   (Ord. 11-23, 11-15-2011)
   D.   Any business which sells perishable foods, such as delis, bakeries, restaurants, or businesses which sell dairy products, must be inspected biannually by the Village and pay a food inspection fee of one hundred twenty five dollars ($125.00) per inspection. (Ord. 2018-09, 7-17-2018)