The deadline to renew pet licenses has been pushed back to Aug. 15 from the standard May 1 date. The deadline extension is in response to the impact the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has had on many routine tasks. Owners whose pets were already licensed and who had emails on file with the Village will be notified when a new deadline is set. The new deadline also will be promoted via e-news and the Village's social media pages.
A telephone call from Animal Control is all it takes to reunite lost or strayed pets with their owners - provided those pets have been licensed and are wearing tags. All dogs and outdoor cats must be licensed annually by May 1. Owners must show proof of a current rabies inoculation before a license will be issued. The annual license fee of $25 is reduced to $10 for a spayed or neutered animal.
A new pet license requires a trip to Village Hall, 123 Madison St. You will have to complete a form and provide proof of rabies inoculation. Proof of spaying or nuetering is required for the reduced fee.
Pet licenses can be renewed online.