The City Recorder’s Office maintains and preserves the official records of Plain City including the proceedings of the City Council. The Recorder’s Office maintains all ordinances and resolutions adopted by the City Council and keeps the Municipal Code.
The Recorder’s Office coordinates and conducts Municipal Elections. Election information is maintained by this office and it accepts applications from candidates seeking to run for public office within Plain City.
The Recorder’s Office administrates the City’s Public Records Request Program. The Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) established by the State of Utah, allows the public to make a request for a record from the appropriate Utah government official or agency.
Other duties of this office include; administering the counter signature and seal for official City documents, maintaining a public file of contracts, and Industrial Revenue Bonds, overseeing the publication of official notices, and administering the Mutual Commitment Registry.
Plain City residents want to live and work in safe places – Trent Meyerhoffer ensures that construction meets local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications. He inspects electrical, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR), and plumbing systems.
Although no two inspections are alike, Trent usually performs an initial check during the first phase of construction and followup inspections throughout the construction project. When the project is finished, he performs a final, comprehensive inspection and provides written and oral feedback related to his findings.
The Municipal Court’s role is to make formal judgments or decisions about violations of city ordinances and other minor crimes. The Office of the Clerk of Court provides the citizens of Plain City with essential services, regulated by the laws of the State and the Court of Appeals of Utah.
Court Clerk, Juleen Moss manages access to the justice system with timely, efficient and fair processing of all matters in the Circuit Court for Plain City.
The Plain City Clerk’s goal is to make city government as accessible and responsive to the community as possible. The office serves as an educational liaison between citizens and their government.
Francine Polson respond to inquiries by telephone, in writing, or in person from a variety of interested persons regarding matters pertaining to City Council actions, Development Services, and other City information, retained in the City Clerk’s office. She works closely with the City Council, the Public Works Department, and the Recreation Department to support public awareness of the latest City operations.
Ryan Child – City Treasurer, is primarily responsible for managing the revenue and cash flow of Plain City. He oversees banking, collection, receipt, reporting, investment or disbursement of municipal funds with coordination of the City Council and Recorder.
The mission of the City Attorney’s Office is to provide excellent and ethical legal advice, zealous legal representation, and other quality legal services for City officers and City employees in order that they may lawfully attain Department program outcomes without undue risk to the City.
The City Attorney performs all legal services for the City, including legal advice to City Officials, preparation and review of contracts and other legal documents, prosecution of persons accused of violating City ordinances, and representation of the City and City officials in lawsuits. The City Attorney’s Office does not provide legal advice to members of the public.
Mike facilitates communication between the City and the general public, and provides essential support to the Planning Commission as Land Use and Information Specialist.