Brian Head (Utah) Resolutions
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 administrative powers through resolutions including, but not limited to establishing water and sewer rates, establishing personnel policies, and regulating the use of municipal property (Utah Code, 1984-1985, 10-3-717). Resolutions are similar to ordinances in form, but they may take effect at passage and do not require publication. Brian Head resolutions authorize the sale of bonds, establish utility franchises, govern water and sewer systems, state positions favoring or opposing state and federal actions, set tax rates, support or regulate expanding recreational facilities, address disputes, and regulate aspects of municipal government.
Sequential by resolution number, which is also chronological by date.
This series contains some extraneous documents. Resolutions passed before 1981 and after 1998 are included in town counci minutes.
Council minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23790, contain additional resolutions and document the proceedings of the town council which is responsible for passing resolutions.
Ordinances from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23792, were passed by the town council in addition to resolutions. Ordinances represent the town council's legislative powers while resolutions represent executive powers.
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.
Brian Head resolutions 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. It lists the title and number of each resolution and is arranged in reverse chronological order.
- Public utilities--Brian Head (Utah).
- Brian Head (Utah)--Municipal government.
- Brian Head (Utah)--City planning.
Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.