Junction (Utah) Codified ordinances
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An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
In June 1976 the Junction town council adopted the "Code of Revised Ordinances of the Town of Junction," which is a complete simplified code of all general or permanent city ordinances (Utah Code Unannotated, 1991, 10-3-707). Codified ordinances delineate the functions of town government, and define the responsibilities of both elected and appointed officials. In addition to statutory offices, Junction ordinances authorize a superintendent of streets, a chief of police, a pound keeper, a cemetery superintendent, a water superintendent, a fire chief, and a board of health. Junction ordinances define criminal activity and provide for punishments and fines. They contain statutes regulating business, water usage, and waste disposal, and they authorize taxation.
By title, chapter, and part.
Council minutes from Junction (Utah), Series 23963, summarize business conducted at council meetings. The council is responsible for approving and adopting ordinances.
Utah code annotated from the Legislature, Series 83238, is referenced frequently in Junction codified 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.
Junction codified ordinances were microfilmed at Southern Utah University under the direction of Utah State Archives in January 2002 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in February 2002.
Indexes: Junction Codified ordinances contain both a table of contents and an index.
- Ordinances, Municipal—Junction (Utah).
- Junction (Utah)—Budget.
- Junction (Utah)—Tax collection.
- Junction (Utah)—City planning.
- Junction (Utah)—Municipal government.
- Junction (Utah)—Politics and government.
- Junction (Utah)—Appropriations and expenditures.
- Junction (Utah)—Officials and employees.
- Junction (Utah)—Municipal government publications.