The Utah Public Notice Website
The Utah Public Notice Website is a central source of all public notice information statewide. Public notice informs members of the general public of government activities that may concern their local area, municipality, county, or state. The City publishes all notices, meeting agendas, minutes, and packet information on the site. The following is a link to the Utah Public Notice Website.
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The City Council meets the first and third Tuesday in each month, except for December, in which they meet the first Tuesday.
The City Council receives packets for each Council Meeting. Please note that the minutes presented in the packets are draft versions only. The minutes become the official record of a meeting once they are approved by the Council in an open meeting.
Meeting minutes are approved at the next City Council meeting. Draft versions of the minutes are available upon request.
The Planning Commission receives packets for each Commission Meeting. Please note that the minutes presented in the packets are draft versions only. The minutes become the official record of a meeting once they are approved by the Commission in an open meeting.
Planning Commission minutes are approved at the next meeting. Draft versions of the minutes are available upon request.
The Planning Commission meets the last Thursday of each month.
Public Notices consists of notice of Public Hearings, Meeting Cancellation, and general notices.
Official records of the City, Council Minutes, Elections, Regulations, Ordinances, Resolutions, Licensing, budget, Zoning issues and other types of official City business can be obtained upon request. Please submit the GRAMA request records form to the City Recorder's office.
Ordinances are created by legislative action of the City Council to regulate, require, prohibit, govern, control or supervise any activity, business, conduct or condition authorized by statue. Ordinances can be created to regulate the conduct of people or certain groups and often contain penalties. Other ordinances can be created for a single special purpose.