10-1-4: PUBLIC NOTICE REQUIREMENTS:
For all actions of the city requiring public hearings, the city shall provide public notice and shall demonstrate that such public notice conforms to the following requirements:
   A.   General Plan: Required notice of public hearings to consider general plan or general plan amendment applications:
      1.   Notice of the hearing shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the area at least ten (10) calendar days in advance of the hearing;
      2.   Posted in at least three (3) public locations within the city; or on the city's official website;
      3.   Written notice shall be sent, via first class mail, to each affected entity, i.e., special service districts, school districts, utility companies, etc.;
      4.   Provide notice to the applicant.
   B.   Land Use Ordinances; Zoning Map: Required notice of public hearings by the administrative hearing officer or on adoption or modification of land use ordinances and/or zoning map:
      1.   Notice of the hearing shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the area at least ten (10) calendar days in advance of the hearing;
      2.   Posted in at least three (3) public locations within the city; or on the city's official website;
      3.   Written notice shall be sent, via first class mail, to each affected entity;
      4.   Notice shall be sent, via first class mail, to all property owners within three hundred feet (300') of the property in question at least ten (10) days in advance of the hearing.
   C.   Public Meetings: Required notice of the date, time and place of public meetings, at least twenty four (24) hours before the meeting:
      1.   Posted in at least three (3) public locations within the city; or on the city's official website;
      2.   Provide written notice to the applicant.
   D.   Notification To Applicant: For each land use application, the recording secretary for the city council, shall notify the applicant of the date, time and place of each public hearing and public meeting to consider the application and of any final action on the application.
   E.   Adequate And Proper Notice: If notice given under authority of this section, and authority of the act, is not challenged under Utah Code Annotated section 10-9a-801 of the act, within thirty (30) days after the meetings or action for which notice is given, the notice is considered adequate and proper. (Ord., 8-10-2006)