Apply for an ICE Permit
Annual Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Permits
ICE permits are required to use ICE vehicles on Village maintained roads. Daily permits can be obtained at the barge office. Annual permits can be applied for during any time of the year (click HERE for rates) and are good through June 30th of each year. Permits must be renewed each year.
After you apply, you will be contacted by the Public Safety Department to let you know if your permit has been approved and when it will be ready for pick-up at the Public Safety Building. To limit personal contact due to COVID-19, payments will be taken online after approval.
ICE Special Use Permits
Special Use Permits are required to operate an ICE vehicle/trailer on Village streets at any time other than during workdays and to operate an ICE vehicle on streets where ICE vehicles are typically prohibited.
Workdays are defined as the time period between 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The following holidays nationally observed or otherwise, shall be non-workdays: New Year’s Day, Easter Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday, and Christmas Eve through Christmas day. Provided, however, this definition shall not be construed to govern hours of work, such as on a job site, which is regulated by other Village Ordinances.
Annual and daily ICE Special Use Permits (SUPs) are available, currently for no additional fee, through the Public Safety Department. After you apply, you will be contacted by the Public Safety Department to let you know if your permit has been approved and when it will be ready for pick-up at the Public Safety Building. To limit personal contact due to COVID-19, please only come to pick-up your permit when you are given a specific time to do so.
Since these are new permits, they will take longer to process than the ICE permits, please expect a few weeks wait-time.ICE SUP ANNUAL PERMIT APPLICATION ICE SUP DAILY PERMIT APPLICATION
Please view the Contractor Handbook HERE for more information about size requirements and restricted areas.