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
Resolution No. 1992-09 – Distribution of 1993 GMA Funds
Resolution No. 1992-10 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy for maintenance and operation of the Library in 1993
Resolution No. 1992-11 – Proclaiming Recycling Week 1992
Resolution No. 1992-12 – Adopting the Snohomish County Moderate Risk Waste Management Plan
Resolution No. 1992-13 – Approving certain Interfund Loan, interest rate and effective date
Resolution No. 1992-14 – Declaring the AG-Gator Model 1004 Sludge Application Truck as surplus property
Resolution No. 1992-15 – Regarding Criminal Justice Funding
Resolution No. 1992-16 – Declaring the 1963 Dump Truck as surplus property
Resolution No. 1993-01 – Approving the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant Fund Application for Water System improvements
Resolution No. 1993-02 – Approving the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant Fund Application for a new Library
Resolution No. 1993-03 – Prioritizing the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant Fund Applications
Resolution No. 1993-04 – Establishing Road Restrictions due to thaw, and designating the City Council Street Representative to Authorize said restrictions
Resolution No. 1993-05 – Setting policy for reporting improper governmental action and protecting employees against retaliation as defined in the Whistleblower Act
Resolution No. 1993-06 – Proclaiming the City an Active member of Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management
Resolution No. 1993-07 – Appointing a Plumbing Inspector, establishing duties and outlining payment
Resolution No. 1993-08 – Appointing a Building Inspector, establishing duties and outlining payment
Resolution No. 1993-09 – Supporting the 100 Year Celebration of Public Health Nursing
Resolution No. 1993-10 – Adopting Traffic Impact Analysis Guidelines and Traffic Impact Analysis Outline
Resolution No. 1993-11(1) – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1994-1999
Resolution No. 1993-11(2) – Adopting Street Design Standards by Reference and hereafter amended
Resolution No. 1993-12 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1994-01 – Approving the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant Application for the Balance of New Library Costs
Resolution No. 1994-02 – Providing for the Enforcement and Collection of Delinquent Utility Service Charges
Resolution No. 1994-03 – Providing for the Enforcement and Collection of Sewer Connection Charges, Rates and Charges for Connecting with the System and Fixing Penalties
Resolution No. 1994-04 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1995-2000
Resolution No. 1994-05 – Petition to submit to the voters a Special Levy – Library Board
Resolution No. 1994-06 – Adopting a Comprehensive Plan in accordance with the Growth Management Act
Resolution No. 1994-07 – Approving certain Interfund Loan, interest rate and effective date
Resolution No. 1995-01 – Amending the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1995-2000
Resolution No. 1995-02 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1996-2001
Resolution No. 1995-03 – Regarding the relocation of SR 92 and Feasibility Study financed by WSDOT – study of alternate alignments
Resolution No. 1995-04 – Adopting the Joint Request to establish a Library Capital Facility Area and Operating Agreement
Resolution No. 1995-05 – Declaring a 1980 Ford Courier and 1984 Ford LTD as surplus property
Resolution No. 1996-01 – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1997-2002
Resolution No. 1996-02 – Prioritizing the Applications for Conservation Futures Funds
Resolution No. 1996-03 – Urging the Supreme Court to take direct review of the litigation of the legality of the Granite Falls Library Capital Facilities Area
Resolution No. 1997-01 – Adopting a process to amend the City’s Comprehensive Plan on an Annual Basis
Resolution No. 1997-02 – Declaring the 1984 Chevrolet Blazer as surplus property
Resolution No. 1997-03 – Declaring the 1988 Chevrolet Caprice as surplus property
Resolution No. 1997-04 – Proposing vacation of the alley lying between lots 10, 11 and 12 (on the west) and lots 7, 6 and 5 (on the east). The location of the alley is more particularly described as lying between Portage Ave. on the west, Union St. on the north, Prospect Ave. on the east, and Pioneer St. on the south
Resolution No. 1997-05(1) – Adopting the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program 1998-2003
Resolution No. 1997-05(2) – Beginning Mandatory Curb Side Recycling Program in 1998
Resolution No. 1997-06 – Proposing vacation of the alley located in Block 5 of the Original Townsite of Granite Falls. More particularly described as lying between Galena and Union Streets (on the North and South) and Portage and Prospect Avenues (on the West and East)
Resolution No. 1997-07 – Authorizing the Community Block Development Grant Application for the Acquisition of Real Property for the Expansion of the City’s Wastewater Facilities
Resolution No. 1998-01 – Declaring the 1980 Datsun pickup as surplus property
Resolution No. 1998-02 – Declaring the 1974 Datsun pickup as surplus property
Resolution No. 1998-03 – Declaring old scrap metal and miscellaneous pieces used parts as surplus property