Cities operate daily mostly through ordinances. An ordinance is an official and permanent action of Erlanger’s City Council that may be punishable by civil or criminal penalty if violated. The City Clerk must maintain all ordinances in a minute book. They are also indexed or codified in a code of ordinances (arranged into a systematic collection). The City of Erlanger codifies their ordinances at the end of each calendar year.
The link to access our codified ordinances is City of Erlanger Codified Ordinances. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 859-727-2525. Thank you.
Please Note: Ordinances are not official until they have been passed by council and have been published by law in the Kentucky Enquirer.
Ordinances that have had their first reading but have not been voted on by Council – These are DRAFT ordinances:
None at this time
Ordinances that have had their second reading, have been voted on by Council, and have been submitted for publication in the Enquirer:
You can view or print these recently passed ordinances listed below. These ordinances are in effect, but have not yet been codified.