Ordinances

Ordinances And Resolutions

London City Council looks at and votes on
ordinances and resolutions. 

An ordinance is a law, rule or regulation that Council passes and becomes a local law. Some ordinances are "codified", which means they are part of a set of codes, like zoning codes, motor vehicle codes, tax codes, etc.

Resolutions are Council's ability to express their opinion on a subject. They don't become a law, but show how the Council feels as a whole. A few examples would be passing a resolution showing gratitude for years of service to a retiring individual or a resolution showing support for a function or cause.

SEVERAL YEARS OF RESOLUTIONS ARE AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE (SCROLL THRU YEARS). 

NOTE, THE ORDINANCES POSTED AS CODIFIED ORDINANCES ON THE AMERICAN LEGAL LIBRARY ARE UPDATED ONCE A YEAR, FOR RECENT CHANGES PLEASE CHECK BELOW OR CONTACT THE CITY COUNCIL. Look up additional information on their web page.