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Recorder's Office

The City Recorder is the official records officer of the City. The Recorder’s Office maintains all official records of the City including but not limited to Ordinances, Resolutions, Minutes, Legal Documents, and Historical Documents. The Recorder conducts municipal elections, attends Council meetings and provides an accurate summary of the proceedings, provides public notices as required by law (including public hearings and meeting schedules), and responds to GRAMA requests. The Recorder’s Office also assists the public with concerns and schedules appointments for the Mayor.

Record's Request (GRAMA)
Transparency and accountability are essential elements of a well-functioning democracy, and access to public records plays a crucial role in ensuring both. Midvale City recognizes the importance of providing residents with access to government records in accordance with the Utah Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). To request public records from Midvale City, visit the GRAMA Request page

Public Notices
All Public Notices comply with Utah State Code and Midvale City Code. Public Notices are also available on the Utah Public Notices website. Your active engagement significantly contributes to our city's progress. Keep informed by frequenting this section regularly.

City Elections
The City Recorder is entrusted with overseeing the electoral process, ensuring fair, transparent, and accurate elections. For any questions or guidance regarding municipal elections, the City Recorder's office is your go-to resource. They are committed to providing assistance and information to ensure that our electoral process runs smoothly and that every voice in our community is heard.

City Ordinances
Midvale City ordinances consist of local rules and regulations that receive approval from the City Council. These regulations encompass a wide array of community life aspects, ranging from determining suitable locations for construction and defining house-building criteria to ensuring safety, managing noise levels, outlining parking regulations, and governing business operations. The primary objective of these regulations is to maintain the safety and orderly functioning of the city, all while considering the distinct needs and preferences of Midvale's residents. 

City Recorder, Rori Andreason

Rori currently serves as the City Recorder, Human Resource Director, and Risk Manager for Midvale City. She provides the community with more than 30 years of experience in municipal government. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management as well as a Masters in Public Administration Degree. She has earned her Master Municipal Clerk Certification from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks; Advanced Human Resource Certification; and is a Certified Records Officer. She was awarded Recorder of the Year in 1999 and Midvale City Employee of the Year in 2012. She has been serving the citizens of Midvale City since 2004.