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.
Click on option "Ordinances" current year for ordinances and resolutions currently being addressed, and are pending final determination.
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.