eCode360®’s New Laws: Know when changes occur in your online code

Keeping your online code current and up to date is a critical element to ensuring its effectiveness and enforcement. eCode360’s New Laws allows your entire community to access and see the information quickly and easily.

Clearly see when legislation has changed — and where those changes will impact the code.

ecode360 New Laws

eCode360‘s New Laws are organized in a sortable table format that gives municipal staff and constituents a clearer and more in-depth view of recently added legislation.

Subcategories highlight the title of the new law, the date the law was adopted, the subject of the legislation — even the specific chapters of the code that the new law will affect. Users can also click a column heading to sort by that column alphabetically or newest to oldest.

Identify and view which chapters and articles are affected.

ecode360 New Laws

Click a New Law in the table to view it as a PDF to see which chapter or article will be affected in the context of the code.

New Law Indicator: Know at a glance where your Code will be updated.

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A New Law icon indicates the law has changed. This visual reminder also occurs in the table of contents and in the body of the code next to all affected sections so it’s easy to see changes at a glance.

Adding a new law is as simple as sending an email.

When new legislation is emailed to [email protected], it will automatically be posted to the New Laws section of your online code within a few hours.

Sending in new ordinances as soon as they’re adopted is important — even if you aren’t ready to update your Code.

Once they’re posted to your eCode’s New Laws, they’re viewable to everyone who accesses your online code. Next to each chapter in your eCode where a new law is in effect, eCode360 places an icon called a “New Law Indicator.” Additionally, a note will appear at the top of each chapter that has a new law in effect and will link directly to that legislation in New Laws.

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