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Code of Gilbert

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The Code of Gilbert is Gilbert's Municipal Code. The Code contains local laws, adopted by Council by Ordinance.

Code of Gilbert (Municipal Code) website  The Code is updated, or codified, quarterly. Ordinances which have been adopted and not yet codified are posted here.

Traffic laws are set forth in the Code of Gilbert, Chapter 62 and the Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 28.  

Gilbert does not have a charter.
Gilbert is a general law city/town and is governed by the Arizona Revised Statutes.

The Code of Gilbert does not contain land use or land use laws and regulations.

For land use related items refer to:

  • Land Development Code 
  • General Plan
Questions on the Code can be referred to the Clerk's Office.