The review and creation of ordinances is a continuous process designed to better serve the needs of our community. There are many steps involved in the process of moving a proposed ordinance to an approved ordinance which includes committee meetings and rounds of editing. Once a proposed ordinance is ready for an official vote by the Borough Council, the date for the vote is advertised in The Spirit at least seven days prior to the meeting. Residents are encouraged to review the proposed ordinances and attend the Borough Council Meeting to share any feedback they may have. Copies of the proposed ordinances as well as The Spirit can be obtained at the Borough Office.
Below is a list of ordinances currently under proposal. These ordinances are drafts only and will not become official until they have been voted on and approved by Borough Council.
- Propossed Tax Credit for Volunteer Members of Morton-Rutledge Fire Co Ordinance
- Ordinance No. 482 AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF RUTLEDGE AMENDING ACCESSORY USES AND STRUCTURES-Proposed
- Ordinance No. 474 (Passed) – Recreational Fires Within the Borough
- Ordinance No. 475 (Passed) – Amending Penalties Pertaining to Parking Violations
- Ordinance No. 476 (Passed) – Amending Definition of Impervious Coverage or Surface
- Ordinance No. 478 (Passed) – Amending Area and Bulk Requirements
- Ordinance No. 477 (Passed) – Amending the Regulations and Requirements Relating to Decks