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Yes. The village offers both a Full-Home Rehabilitation and Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Program. View home rehabilitation eligibility requirements.
Only Utility Customers who pay for garbage service through the Village of Rantoul.
No. This indicates that your complex Does Not Participate in the Village Contract with Area Waste Disposal.
Old Furniture, Mattresses, Carpet, Appliances, old Fencing, Toys, Bicycles and such.
Regular Household Trash, Yard waste, Hazardous waste or paint, Tires, Electronics, L.P. Tanks, Vehicle Batteries, Construction waste over 2.5 cu yds.
Stoves and Dryers = YES Refrigerators – ONLY the Small Dorm type.
If a resident has garbage service they can get a Free Recycle Bin through Area Waste Disposal.
Cardboard can be broken down and placed inside the bin. If too large, stack it, tie it up, place it beside the Recycle Bin and Area Waste will pick it up.
Yes. Approximately 3.5 cu yards.
Yes. Small amounts under 2.5 cu yards.
No. These are electronics (Please look for the next county wide electronics collection event)
You must first know the zoning classification of the property. You must also check the list of uses permitted in that zoning classification by reading Chapter 46, Article IV-Use Regulations of the Rantoul Municipal Code.
You can call the Building Inspection Department at (217) 892-6826 or you can access our interactive zoning map and search for your zoning by address
Current vacancies are listed on our career portal here. Applications are accepted online or from the Receptionist at the Municipal Building during normal business hours.
If you do not have a computer with internet service, please visit the Rantoul Public Library.
All current vacancies within the Village of Rantoul are listed on the Career Portal. Resumes submitted for unadvertised vacancies will be kept on file for 90 days.
Please email your resume to email@example.com. Please include your name and the position you applied for in the body of the email.
Interviews at the Village of Rantoul are typically panel based, with representatives from the hiring department and the Human Resources office being present. You will be given information about the position, asked a series of prepared questions, and given the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.
The FY 2018-2019 Budgeted Salary and Benefit Report can be found here. This report covers the period from May 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019.
Full-Time Village employees are eligible for:
The length of the hiring process varies based on the position. Traditionally, interviews are scheduled within 6 weeks of the application deadline, although it may take longer. If you are no longer under consideration, you will be notified via email.
If your contact information has changed and you have not received notification that you are no longer being considered for the position, please contact the Human Resources department. You can email updated contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants who are eliminated from consideration will be notified as soon as possible via email. Please do not be discouraged if you are not selected for a particular position. We encourage you to apply for future positions as they become available. Open positions will be listed on the Village of Rantoul Career Portal.
All open positions are advertised on our Career Portal. We also frequently share open employment opportunities on the Village of Rantoul Facebook page.
Payment options are as follows:
Champaign County Animal Control Animal Services Facility is located at: 210 S. Art Bartell Road Rantoul, IL 61866 Ph: (217) 384-3798 Facility hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday – Saturday Closed Sunday and holidays.
Persons arrested by the Rantoul Police Department may be brought to the Rantoul PoIice Department for processing and release, or depending on the type of charges, may be taken to the Champaign County Correctional Center. For information about persons who have been taken to the county correctional center call (217) 384-1243.
During a snowfall where an accumulation of two or more inches occur, vehicles may not park or remain parked on designated streets. If vehicles are parked on the designated streets, the Rantoul Police Department has authorization to tow the vehicles at the owners’ expense. After the snowfall has stopped and all snow has been removed from the designated streets, vehicles may again park in these areas. View snow route map.
• It is illegal to use a cellphone while driving, including readingor sending text messages.• Cellphone use is permitted only if using a hands-free deviceor Bluetooth® technology.• Cellphone use is allowed to call 9-1-1, but the driver shouldfirst stop the vehicle and pull off the road.
Violation of these laws may result in a fine and a moving violationon your driving record.
Reports are available from the Rantoul Police Department through our records office. A written request is required to fulfill report requests in an efficient manner. An online request form is available or forms may be picked up at the Rantoul Police Department. These requests are then submitted to the records office where a thorough search of our records in conducted. The information is then dispersed based on the guidelines for law enforcement of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). For more information visit our Police Department Freedom of Information (FOIA) Page.
Yes, fingerprinting is offered to the public via appointment only. Currently, the police department is not offering ink fingerprints nor fingerprinting on Form FD-258. There is a $25 charge per print. We do not supply fingerprint cards, those are the responsibility of whatever entity is requesting the prints. We are also equipped to complete fingerprints electronically through the Livescan device, this does require the appropriate ID numbers provided by the requesting entity. The Rantoul Police Department does not offer fingerprinting for Illinois’ Concealed Carry License. Please click the following link to schedule an appointment.