Glendale (Utah) Revised ordinances
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
The city council in each of Utah's incorporated towns exercises its legislative powers by passing ordinances. Ordinances regulate all activity within the community (Utah Code, 1988, 10-3-701-707). With the support of the Utah League of Cities and Towns, the Glendale council published a complete set of revised ordinances in 1975. This publication is a complete simplified code of all general or permanent ordinances for Glendale. The code outlines general provisions for conduct and imposes punishments for misconduct. It defines Glendale's boundaries and incorporation classification. The code defines the responsibilities of all town officers including the governing body and all appointed officers. It addresses budget and tax issues, and regulates businesses, municipal improvements, and public services. Revised ordinances include a health code, fire department code, and planning and zoning ordinances. Sections of the code regulate animals, garbage and litter, public nuisances, and define offenses.
Numerical by title, chapter, and section.
Council minutes from Glendale (Utah), Series 24195, summarize the discussions at council meetings. The city council is responsible for adopting city ordinances.
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.
Glendale revised ordinances were microfilmed in August 2002 as part of Utah State Archives Millennial project and processed in April 2003 by Rosemary Cundiff.
Indexes: An index appears at the end of the volume. Other: A table of contents appears at the beginning of the volume.
- Municipal government—Utah—Glendale.
- City planning—Utah—Glendale.
- Commercial law—Utah—Glendale.
- Ordinances, Municipal—Utah—Glendale.
- Glendale (Utah)—Officials and employees.