Ordinances & Resolutions

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Ordinances and Resolutions Approved (2024)
  • 1-C-24: This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to Cinergy TIF Fund: Bond Interest 4446-001-392.

  • 1-R-24: This resolution, if adopted, would declare a specific property, the former HK Porter/Friction Materials facility, to be blighted.

  • 2-C-24: This Ordinance, if adopted, would amend the Official Zoning map of the City of Huntington by changing the zoning of specified parcel(s) of real estate, located north of Washington Street, east of Guilford Street, south of West Park Drive, and west of Byron Street, from R-2 (Residential) to MXD (Mixed-Use).

  • 2-R-24: This Resolution, if adopted, would authorize advanced payment of up to $9,638 to Lynch Imports LLC to secure 2024 municipal Independence Day fireworks display materials.

  • 3-C-24: This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to ARPA Fund: Unappropriated 2402-001-900 and PS LIT Fund: Equipment 2240-001-441.
Ordinances and Resolutions Approved (2023)
  • 1-C-23: "An Ordinance Amending Subsection 30.33(A) of the City of Huntington Code of Ordinances (Council Meeting Time Change)."

  • 2-C-23: An Additional Appropriation Ordinance.

  • 2-R-23: “A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Huntington, Indiana Authorizing the Submittal of the Stormwater Improvement Grant Application to the Office of Community and Rural Affairs and Addressing Related Matters.”

  • 3-C-23: An Ordinance Establishing a Purchasing Policy (Federal Procurement Policy)."

  • 3-R-23: "Waiver of Non-Compliance."

  • 4-C-23: "An Additional Appropriation Ordinance (General Police)."

  • 4-R-23: "Public Funds Investments."

  • 5-C-23: "An Ordinance Amending Section 158.080(A) of the Zoning Code: Livestock Operation Exemptions."

  • 5-R-23: "This Resolution, if adopted, would authorize advanced payment of up to $1,400 to Custom Cast Stone to begin the Hawley Heights Pillar Cap Rehabilitation Project."

  • 6-C-23: "An Additional Appropriation (ARPA and General)."

  • 6-R-23: "This resolution, if adopted, would designate areas within the City of Huntington zoned Industrial Park (IP), Business Park (BP), Light Industry (I-1) and General Industry (I-2) as Economic Revitalization Areas.

  • 7-C-23: "This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to ARPA Fund:
    sidewalk program 2402-001-900."

  • 7-R-23: The proposed Resolution, if adopted, would provide the Company (Incipio Devices) with a property tax abatement for a number of years as determined by Council, for the installation of new manufacturing equipment, new research and development equipment, new logistical equipment, or new information technology equipment as described in the Company's Statement of Benefits/Personal Property."

  • 8-C-23: "This Ordinance, if adopted, would amend Section 91.09 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Huntington, Indiana to remove bee and beekeeping regulations."

  • 8-R-23: The proposed Resolution, if adopted, would provide the Company (Bendix) with a property tax abatement for a number of years as determined by Council, for the installation of new manufacturing equipment, new research and development equipment, new logistical equipment, or new information technology equipment as described in the Company's Statement of Benefits/Personal property.

  • 9-C-23: "An Ordinance Amending the Coe of Ordinances of the City of Huntington, Indiana, by Amending Section 34.06."

  • 9-R-23: This resolution, if adopted, would allow transfers between appropriations in different categories in order to appropriately adjust certain appropriations. This resolution will also provide the Clerk-Treasurer with authority to make additional transfers within the same category as appropriately required.

  • 10-C-23: "This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to ARPA Fund:
    120 water program 2402-001-900."

  • 10-R-23: This resolution, if adopted, will encumber funds from various City Department appropriations.

  • 11-C-23: This Ordinance, if adopted, would amend Section 75.04(A) of the City of Huntington, Indiana’s Code of Ordinances concerning bicycle riding on City sidewalks.

  • 12-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to ARPA Fund: street paving program and Police Dashcam and Motorola Radios 2402-001-900; LRS Fund: street paving 220-018-434; MVH Fund: street paving 2201-019-232; MVH Restricted: street paving 2203-01-232; General Fund: street paving 1101-011-440.

  • 13-C-23: "An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Huntington, Indiana, Authorizing the Investment of Public Funds Pursuant to IC 5-13-9-5.7."

  • 14-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would provide additional funding to General Fund: Street Equipment 1101-011-441.

  • 15-C-23: "This Ordinance, if adopted, would amend and expand the City's existing procurement policy concerning the use of Federal Funds in accordance with the Federal, State, and local laws, rules, and regulations."

  • 16-C-23: "This Ordinance, if adopted, would amend Section 98.41 of the City of Huntington, Indiana’s Code of Ordinances concerning the timing of the discharge of consumer fireworks within the City."

    17-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would fix the salaries of elected officials of the City of Huntington, Indiana, from and after December 31, 2023 through the pay period ending December 28, 2024.

    18-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would fix the salaries of appointed officers of the City of Huntington, Indiana, from and after December 31, 2023, through the pay period ending December 28, 2024; and hourly employees of the City of Huntington, Indiana, from and after December 24, 2023, through the pay period ending December 21, 2024.

  • 19-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would establish local preservation guidelines for 20 & 22 N. Jefferson Street. The guidelines will serve as a tool for the City’s Historic Review Board to preserve the historic character of this property under Chapter 153.

  • 20-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would appropriate sums of money for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the several departments of the City Government of the City of Huntington, Indiana, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024, including all outstanding claims and obligations and fixing a time when the same shall take effect.

  • 21-C-23: This ordinance, if adopted, would amend Ordinance 17-C-23, elected and appointed official salary ordinance, to include payments to City Board of Public Works and Safety members.

  • 2023-1: "A Resolution of the Board of Public Works and Safety of the City of Huntington, Indiana, Relating to the Disposition of a Certain Item of Personal Property."

  • 2023-2: "Uncleared Checks to Write Off."
Ordinances and Resolutions Failed (2023)
  • 37-C-22: "An Ordinance Amending the Code of Ordinances of the City of Huntington, Indiana, by Amending Section 91.09."

  • 1-R-23: "In support of Senate Bill 248."
Records & Requests

Records of ordinances and resolutions are kept in the City Clerk-Treasurer's Office, located on the second floor of the Huntington City Building at 300 Cherry St. To contact the Clerk-Treasurer's Office, please call (260) 356-1400 ext. 2019 or email christi.mcelhaney@huntington.in.us.