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    The following record types may be searched, retrieved, and printed.
    Document Types Description
    MinutesMinutes are the required historical record of a meeting. Currently available minutes include: City Council, Redevelopment Agency, Planning Commission, and Library Board of Trustees minutes from 1946 to the present. Other advisory board minutes may be added as time permits.
      
    ResolutionsA Resolution is an expression of intent or support by the legislative body; resolutions becomes effective upon adoption unless otherwise specified. The City Council, Redevelopment Agency, and the Library District Board of Trustees adopt resolutions.

    Searching allows a user to retrieve and print resolutions either by using a keyword search; entering the Resolution number; or by entering the meeting date the Resolution was adopted or narrowing the search to a specific legislative body. Currently available resolutions include: All City Council, Redevelopment Agency, and Library District Board of Trustees resolutions from 1946 to the present.
      
    OrdinancesAn Ordinance is an action which has the effect of making, amending, or repealing substantive City law, also known as the City of North Las Vegas Municipal Code. In addition, ordinances are frequently used to reclassify the zoning on properties within the City and for other special purposes.

    Searching allows a user to retrieve and print adopted City Ordinances either by using a keyword search; entering the Ordinance number; by entering the City Council date the Ordinance was adopted; or by searching specific sections of the City Code. Only the City Council adopts ordinances; this portal provides access to ordinaces from 1946 to the present.
      
    Public NoticesPublic Hearing Notices are post cards that are sent to applicants and/or interested parties notifying that a public hearing item is going to be placed on a specific public meeting.

    This portal provides access to City Council and Redevelopment Agency notices from 2010 to the present.