Resolution No. 35 (1962) – Classifying Arterial Streets
Resolution No. 36 (1962) – Comprehensive Plan Street Program
Resolution No. 37 (1963) – Purchase of “E” Bonds for the Sewer Reserve Fund
Resolution No. 1977-10 – Application for Federal Assistance for Wastewater Treatment Facility
Resolution No. 1979-01 – Mayor Pro Tem to act as Mayor (Emergency)
Resolution No. 1981-01 – 6 -Year Transportation Improvement Program (1981-1986)
Resolution No. 1981-02 – Arterial Street Fund Investment
Resolution No. 1981-03 – Surplus – Diamond Plate
Resolution No. 1981-04 – Purchase of Property from Harold & Lillian Goodrich for Expansion of Sewer Treatment System
Resolution No. 1981-05 – Authorization to issue special interest bearing sewer warrants to pay contractors for sewer construction project
Resolution No. 1981-06 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1981-07 – Restoration and Revitalization of Granite Falls Project
Resolution No. 1981-08 – Opposition to the consolidation of the District Courts in the City of Everett
Resolution No. 1982-01 – Establishing guidelines for purchasing Materials, Labor and Services
Resolution No. 1982-02 – Declaring two decommissioned police cars as surplus property
Resolution No. 1982-03 – Appointing an intermediary to act under the Mayor’s direction to conduct the 1982 Architectural/Business Survey
Resolution No. 1982-04 – Amend the Six-Year Transportation Program
Resolution No. 1982-05 – Proclamation of May 16-22 as “National Transportation Week”
Resolution No. 1982-06 – Establishing guidelines for purchasing of Materials, Labor and Services
Resolution No. 1982-07 – Clarifying read of Resolution No. 1982-06
Resolution No. 1982-08 – Amending Resolution No. 1982-03
Resolution No. 1982-09 – Adopting the 1983-1988 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program
Resolution No. 1982-10 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1982-11 – Adopting the Snohomish County Solid Waste Management Study
Resolution No. 1982-12 – Clarifying Sections 1-5 of Resolution No. 1982-07
Resolution No. 1983-01 – Adopting a Comprehensive Plan
Resolution No. 1983-02 – Accepting completion of the Sewer System Rehabilitation and Wastewater Treatment Facility
Resolution No. 1983-03 – Adopting the 1984-1989 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund Projects
Resolution No. 1983-04 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1983-05 – Declaring a decommissioned police car as surplus property
Resolution No. 1983-06 – Authorizing an additional tax levy for Fire Protection Services
Resolution No. 1983-07 – Authorizing an additional tax levy for Emergency Medical Services
Resolution No. 1983-08 – Petition for Vacation of Southerly fifteen (15) feet of West Grand Street
Resolution No. 1984-01 – Authorizing payment of Employee Contribution to Washington State Retirement for 1984
Resolution No. 1984-02 – Accepting the Petition for Annexation submitted by Robert King
Resolution No. 1984-03 – Setting the Penalties for Parking Citations as established in Ordinance No. 353
Resolution No. 1984-04 – Establishing information requirements for Land Use Applications
Resolution No. 1984-05 – Clarifying Section 1-5 of Resolution No. 1982-12
Resolution No. 1984-06 – Approving the purchase of one (1) Police Vehicle a 1984 Volvo
Resolution No. 1984-07 – Regarding the development of a County Landfill in the Granite Falls Area
Resolution No. 1984-08 – Declaring One Gallian Road Grater as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1984-09 – Declaring One Elgin Model 81 Street Sweeper as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1984-10 – Declaring One AB Dick 675 Copy Machine as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1984-11 – Demanding the Bonneville Power Administration Comply with Rate Ceiling Obligations (The Exchange Contract)
Resolution No. 1984-12 – Declaring the Decommissioned Police Car as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1984-13 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1984-14 – Adopting the 1985-1990 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund Projects
Resolution No. 1984-15 – Declaring the Garbage Truck and 34 Dumpsters as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1985-01 – Adopting the 1986-1991 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund Projects
Resolution No. 1985-02 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1985-03 – Calling for an Election regarding the Provision of Police Services
Resolution No. 1985-04 – Approving the Payment of Certain Claims Prior to Monthly Claims Approval – Treasurer making transfers to Claims Fund
Resolution No. 1985-05 – Making Findings & Conclusions regarding Application for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for a 72 Unit Mobile Home Park
Resolution No. 1986-01 – Regarding Sludge Management
Resolution No. 1986-02 – Adopting the 1987-1992 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund Projects
Resolution No. 1986-03 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1986-04 – Declaring the Decommissioned Police Car as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1986-05 – Approving and Accepting the Water System Plan for the Town
Resolution No. 1987-01 – Granting a Television Franchise to Viacom Cablevision of Pacific Northwest Inc.
Resolution No. 1987-02 – Approving the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant Fund Application
Resolution No. 1987-03 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for 1988-1993
Resolution No. 1987-04 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1987-05 – Appointing the Clerk as the Auditing Officer for the Town
Resolution No. 1987-06 – (Missing)
Resolution No. 1987-07 – Designating the Accumulation in the Equipment Fund for a Backhoe and Designating a Monthly Transfer from Water, Sewer and Streets Funds
Resolution No. 1988-01 – Motion of Concurrence regarding Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Planning
Resolution No. 1988-02 – Designating Snohomish County Fire District No. 17 as the Hazardous Materials Incident Command Agency to operate within the Boundary Granite Falls
Resolution No. 1988-03 – Establishing a Granite Falls Centennial Committee
Resolution No. 1988-04 – Approving Certain Interfund Loans & Rate of Interest
Resolution No. 1988-05 – Appointing a Building Official, Establishing Duties and Outlining Payment
Resolution No. 1988-06 – Setting Penalties for Parking Citations as established in Ordinance No. 353
Resolution No. 1988-07 – Adopting the Six Year Transportation Improvement Program for 1989-1994
Resolution No. 1988-08 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1988-09 – Authorizing the Town to participate with a City/Municipal Health Funding Committee – Snohomish Health District
Resolution No. 1988-10 – Declaring the Volvo Police Vehicle as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1988-11 – Authorizing a procedure for securing Telephone and/or Written Quotations from Vendors
Resolution No. 1989-01 – Declaring the 1982 Dodge Diplomat as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1989-02 – Approving Certain Interfund Loan, Approving the Rate of Interest and Effective Date
Resolution No. 1989-03 – Approving a Transfer from the Current Expense Fund to the Street Fund
Resolution No. 1989-04 – Setting the Penalties for Parking and Handicapped Parking Citations as established in Ordinance No. 419
Resolution No. 1989-05 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program for 1990-1995
Resolution No. 1989-06 – Approving Revisions to the Comprehensive Plan Map
Resolution No. 1989-07 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1989-08 – Calling for an Election authorizing an additional Tax Levy for 6 Years for Emergency Medical Services
Resolution No. 1989-09 – Regarding the Fence Surrounding the Football Field
Resolution No. 1989-10 – Approving a Transfer from the Current Expense Fund to the Street Fund
Resolution No. 1989-11 – Snohomish County Tomorrow Committee
Resolution No. 1989-12 – Setting Labor and Machinery Rates for Utility Work Performed by the City
Resolution No. 1990-01 – Appointing a Planning Consultant
Resolution No. 1990-02 – Appointing a Plumbing Inspector
Resolution No. 1990-03 – Appointing a Building Official
Resolution No. 1990-04 – Designating the Herald as the official newspaper of the Town
Resolution No. 1990-05 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund – 1991-1996 Period
Resolution No. 1990-06 – Granting Non-Union Employees the same Benefits as Union Employees
Resolution No. 1990-07 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1990-08 – Calling for an Election to Annex the the Town of Granite Falls into the Jurisdictional Boundaries of Snohomish County Firs Protection District 17
Resolution No. 1991-01 – Designating the Herald as the official newspaper of the Town
Resolution No. 1991-02 – Approving the Snohomish County Development Grant Fund Applications
Resolution No. 1991-03 – Authorizing Investment in the Local Government Investment Pool
Resolution No. 1991-04 – Declaring the 1966 Chevrolet Pickup as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1991-05 – Declaring the 1982 Chevrolet Police Vehicle as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1991-06 – Declaring the 1983 Chevrolet Police Vehicle as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1991-07 – Opposing the Establishment of Methadone Treatment Programs in the Town
Resolution No. 1991-08 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program including the Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund – 1992-1997 Period
Resolution No. 1991-09 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1991-10 – Supporting Paving the Remaining Section of the Mountain Loop Highway
Resolution No. 1991-11 – Opposing Initiative 559 – Placing New Limitations on Property Tax Assessments
Resolution No. 1991-12 – Adopting a Critical Areas Interim Protective Policy
Resolution No. 1992-01 – Setting Labor and Machinery Rates for Utility Work Performed by the City
Resolution No. 1992-02 – Setting Day Labor Rates for the Work Performed for the Town
Resolution No. 1992-03 – Establishing an Expenditure Control System
Resolution No. 1992-04 – Declaring the Farmall Cub Tractor as Surplus Property
Resolution No. 1992-05 – Declaring the Intention of the Town Council to Adopt for the Town – the Classification of Noncharter Code City
Resolution No. 1992-06 – Entering into a Joint Water Supply Transmission and Storage System to provide Potable Water to Granite Falls with the Snohomish County P.U.D.
Resolution No. 1992-07 – Adopting Conditions and Standards for Utility and Roadway Construction
Resolution No. 1992-08 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program Including the Proposed Urban Arterial Trust Fund – 1993-1998 Period