11-1-10: PUBLIC MEETINGS, HEARINGS, AND NOTICE REQUIREMENTS:
   A.   As provided by Utah Code title 10, chapter 9a, as amended, the City is required to provide notice of all public hearings and public meetings to consider legislative or administrative matters. The notice requirements of the City for all public hearings and public meetings regarding land use applications are shown in table 11.2, "Public Notice Requirements", of this section. (Ord. 2009-17, 11-24-2009)
   TABLE 11.2
   PUBLIC NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
Published In A Newspaper Of General Circulation n The Area
Sent To Each "Affected Entity"
Posted In At Least 3 Public Locations Within The City; Or On City's Official Website
Provided To The Applicant(s)
Sent Via Regular U.S. Mail To All Property Owners Located Within 300 Feet Of Subject Property 1
Sign Posted On Or Adjacent To The Property
Published In A Newspaper Of General Circulation n The Area
Sent To Each "Affected Entity"
Posted In At Least 3 Public Locations Within The City; Or On City's Official Website
Provided To The Applicant(s)
Sent Via Regular U.S. Mail To All Property Owners Located Within 300 Feet Of Subject Property 1
Sign Posted On Or Adjacent To The Property
Adoption or modification of general plan or map
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
3 calendar days before public hearing
10 calendar days before public hearing
10 calendar days before public hearing
Adoption or modification of Land Use Ordinance or zoning map
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
3 calendar days before public hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
Approval or modification of subdivision preliminary plat
n/a
10 calendar days before public meeting
n/a
3 calendar days before public meeting
n/a
10 calendar days before meeting
Approval or modification of final subdivision plat
n/a
n/a
n/a
3 calendar days before public meeting
n/a
10 calendar days before public meeting
Vacation, alteration, or amendment of a subdivision final plat or any portion of a recorded subdivision final plat
n/a
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
3 calendar days before public hearing
n/a
10 calendar days before hearing
Vacation, alteration, or amendment of any public street or alley, right-of-way, or easement
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
3 calendar days before public hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
10 calendar days before hearing
Conditional use permit
n/a
n/a
n/a
3 calendar days before public meeting
n/a
10 calendar days before public meeting
Site plan review
n/a
n/a
n/a
3 calendar days before public meeting
n/a
10 calendar days before public meeting
Public meetings
n/a
n/a
At least 24 hours before meeting
At least 24 hours before meeting
n/a
n/a
Annexations
Shall comply with the requirements of title 10 of Utah Code Annotated.
 
Note:
      1.      The applicant shall provide the City with stamped, addressed envelopes for the mailed notice. The return address shall be for the City's Community Development Department.
(Ord. 2019-04, 2-12-2019)
   B.   "Affected entity" shall mean all of the following:
      1.   Davis County;
      2.   Cities of Clinton, Layton, Sunset, Syracuse and West Point;
      3.   North Davis fire, North Davis sewer, Weber Basin water, and mosquito abatement districts;
      4.   Davis County school district;
      5.   Local natural gas provider(s);
      6.   Local electricity provider(s);
      7.   Local telecommunications provider(s);
      8.   Local solid waste provider(s);
      9.   Davis-Weber Canal Company;
      10.   Hill Air Force Base; and
      11.   Utah Department of Transportation. (Ord. 2010-08, 6-22-2010)
   C.   Each notice of a public hearing or public meeting shall include the date, time, and place of each public hearing.
   D.   Any challenge regarding notice of a public meeting or hearing shall occur within thirty (30) days of the meeting or hearing; otherwise, notice is considered to have been adequate and proper. (Ord. 2009-17, 11-24-2009)