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Yes. A permit must be purchased at the Fire Department Administration Office at 1125 S. Illinois St. The cost is $10. Applicant will be required to adhere to the Belleville Fire Department guidelines regarding Open Burning and Recreational Fires. Note: Special event permits cost $300 and have guidelines that must be adhered to also.
Copies of police reports can be requested by fax, mail or in person. The Records Department has 5 days to complete your request.
If you are requesting a copy by mail please mail your request to: Records Department, Belleville Police Department, 720 W. Main St., Belleville, IL 62220
If you are requesting a copy by fax, please fax to 618-234-7133
Incident and Offense Reports are generally provided at no cost. Accident reports cost $5 per report. We accept cash, checks or money orders. Checks should be made payable to the Belleville Police Department. Accident reports can also be obtained on line at LexisNexis.
View the Sanitation Department's Yard Waste Collection Schedule.
The city offers a large item pick up on a daily basis, by reservation, for a minimum fee of $65 for one load, $90 for two loads, and $120 for 3 loads. To arrange for a pick up, call the Sanitation Administration office at 618-233-6816 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. All building materials must be cut and bundled in 4 foot lengths or less with twine, string, or rope.
The following items will not be picked up for a large item pick up: Concrete, bricks, shingles, tires, appliances, electronics, paint or other hazardous wastes, batteries, yard waste, or Waste Management bags filled with items.
Fees are billed along with the sewer bill on a monthly basis.
An explanation of your sewer bill can be found at http://www.belleville.net/585/Explanation-of-Sewer-Bill.