City of Evanston, WY
Uinta County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Evanston as Ch. 2 of the 1977 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I In General

§ 2-1 (Reserved)

§ 2-2 (Reserved)

§ 2-3 (Reserved)

§ 2-4 (Reserved)

§ 2-5 (Reserved)

§ 2-6 (Reserved)

§ 2-7 (Reserved)

§ 2-8 (Reserved)

§ 2-9 (Reserved)

§ 2-10 (Reserved)

Article II Elections

§ 2-11 Adoption of state law.

§ 2-12 Wards.

§ 2-13 Elective officers.

§ 2-13.1 Salaries of mayor and council members.

§ 2-13.2 Vacancies in the offices of mayor and council members.

Article III City Council

§ 2-14 Meetings—Regular.

§ 2-15 Same—Special.

§ 2-16 Same—Adjourned or recessed.

§ 2-17 Same—Attendance by officers and employees.

§ 2-18 Same—Presiding officer; signing and recording of ordinances; mayor's vote; absence of mayor.

§ 2-19 Executive sessions.

§ 2-20 President and acting president of council.

§ 2-21 Call to order; quorum.

§ 2-22 Order of business.

§ 2-23 Rules of procedure.

§ 2-24 Preservation of order.

§ 2-25 Councilmen desiring to speak to be recognized by presiding officer.

§ 2-26 Motions generally.

§ 2-27 Division of question.

§ 2-28 Authority to state reason for voting.

§ 2-29 Voting of councilmen generally.

§ 2-30 Record of ayes and nays.

§ 2-31 (Reserved)

§ 2-32 (Reserved)

§ 2-33 (Reserved)

§ 2-34 (Reserved)

§ 2-35 (Reserved)

§ 2-36 (Reserved)

§ 2-37 (Reserved)

§ 2-38 (Reserved)

§ 2-39 (Reserved)

§ 2-40 Petitions, communications, etc.

§ 2-41 Ordinances generally.

§ 2-42 Resolutions generally.

§ 2-43 Introduction, reading and enactment of ordinances and resolutions generally; suspension of rules in emergency.

§ 2-44 Style, publication, and effective date generally of ordinances and resolutions.

§ 2-45 Amendment or repeal of Code provisions.

§ 2-46 Repeal of repealers.

§ 2-47 Numbering of ordinances.

§ 2-48 Record of names and councilmen making motions.

§ 2-49 City clerk to keep journal of proceedings and perform additional duties.

§ 2-50 Bond for elected officers.

Article IV Appointive Officers

§ 2-51 Method of appointment; appointed officers enumerated.

§ 2-52 Terms; removal; vacancies.

§ 2-53 Oath; bond generally.

§ 2-54 Compensation.

§ 2-55 Duties generally—City treasurer.

§ 2-56 Same—City clerk.

§ 2-57 Same—City attorney.

§ 2-58 Same—City engineer.

§ 2-59 Same—Other appointive officers.

§ 2-60 Same—Duties as to payroll.

§ 2-60.1 (Reserved)

Article V Bonds

§ 2-61 Who may act as sureties.

§ 2-62 Qualifications of individual sureties.

§ 2-63 Approval by City attorney and City council required.

§ 2-64 Official bonds—Required; conditions.

§ 2-65 Same—Premium to be paid by City.

§ 2-66 Same—Amounts; where filed.

Article VI Finances

§ 2-67 Fiscal year.

§ 2-68 Public hearing.

§ 2-69 Adoption of budget.

§ 2-70 (Reserved)

§ 2-70.1 Establishment of funds; revenues; expenditures and accounts.

Article VII Planning

§ 2-71 Planning and zoning commission generally.

§ 2-72 Plan for City development.

§ 2-73 Map of public streets; construction within mapped streets.

§ 2-74 Subdivision regulations generally.

§ 2-75 Contracts, etc., for aid and assistance for urban planning and renewal.

§ 2-76 Penalties.

Article VIII Purchasing

§ 2-77 Short title.

§ 2-78 Definitions.

§ 2-79 General duties of treasurer and manager.

§ 2-80 Specific duties of manager.

§ 2-81 Purchase order and requisition process.

§ 2-82 Bidding, generally; purchase of real property; disposition of City property; preference.

Article IX Personnel Management

§ 2-83 Short title.

§ 2-84 Definitions.

§ 2-85 Equal employment opportunity.

§ 2-86 Employee discharge.

§ 2-87 Employee policy and procedure manual.