Brian Head (Utah) Ordinances
Dates: 1975; 1985-1999.
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
According to Utah law, the governing body of each municipality shall exercise its legislative powers through ordinances. The governing body may pass any ordinance to regulate, require, prohibit, govern, control or supervise any activity, business, or condition authorized by law. (Utah Code, 1988, 10-3-701-702). Ordinances in this series address issues of land use, zoning, traffic control, water and sewer regulation, public sanitation, animal control, and business.
Sequential by ordinance number, which is also chronological by date.
Council minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23790, also include copies of Brian Head ordinances. The town council is responsible for passing ordinances.
Planning Commission minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23791, document the activities of the planning commission which is an adjunct of the town council.
Resolutions from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23793, were passed by the town council in addition to ordinances.
Board of Adjustment minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23851, document the activities of the board of adjustment, which is an adjunct of the town council.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Gaps in Series
The Brian Head ordinance book contains no ordinances for 1976-1984 or after 1999, however these ordinances are included in Brian Head council minutes.
Brian Head ordinances were microfilmed as part of Utah State Archives Millennial Project in September 2001 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in May 2002.
Other: This record includes a table of contents for ordinances passed by town council 1985-1999. It lists the title and number of each ordinance and is arranged in reverse chronological order.
- Public utilities—Brian Head (Utah).
- Ordinances, Municipal—Brian Head (Utah).
- Brian Head (Utah)—Municipal government.
- Brian Head (Utah)—Budget.
- Brian Head (Utah)—City planning.