Public notices are issued by local government pursuant to certain rule-making or lawmaking proceedings.
It is a requirement in most jurisdictions, in order to allow members of the public to make their opinions on proposals known before a rule or law is made.
For local government, public notice is often given by those seeking a liquor license, a rezoning or variance, or other minor approval which must be granted by a city council, county commission, or board of supervisors.
View the full listing of current and expired public notices below or follow the relevant link:
Frequently Asked Questions
Files available on Public Notices pages can be large and slow to download and some may not be available online. If you have trouble accessing files, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I get more information?
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How can I inspect a full copy of the Public Notice?
Copies of amendments, may also be inspected free of charge at the relevant council offices.