County Launches New Webpage For Ordinances And Resolutions


In its continued efforts to make it easy for citizens to find and review public notices, Los Alamos County has launched a new section on the Clerk’s webpage for published ordinances and resolutions.

When the Clerk’s Office submits the ordinance or resolution for publication to the local newspaper of record in order to meet legal posting requirements, they also will post the title and a PDF file of the ordinance or resolution being proposed for the public to download from this new webpage.

The date of introduction and public hearing also are posted for easy reference. Citizens can sign up for an RSS feed on the new page to be notified when new items are added. After the public hearing or consideration of the item at a County Council meeting, the file will be taken down from the page. If adopted or passed, the item then moves into the Clerk’s database, which also is available on line.

The new link is available on the homepage under Popular Links as “Public Notices”, and is shown below. It also will be placed on the County’s “sunshine” page, accessible by clicking on the sun icon from the homepage. The sunshine page provides links to commonly requested documents or sections of the County’s website, to make it easier for citizens to navigate the website.